Video showing Boris Johnson repeatedly 'lying' to parliament hits 40 million views
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Video showing Boris Johnson repeatedly 'lying' to parliament hits 40 million views

Sir Geoffrey Cox ‘should resign’ over two homes revelations
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Sir Geoffrey Cox ‘should resign’ over two homes revelations

Why is the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on a hunger strike?
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Why is the husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe on a hunger strike?

Former MP says system for declaring second jobs is 'designed to obstruct transparency'
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Former MP says system for declaring second jobs is 'designed to obstruct transparency'

‘A fish rots from the head down’: MPs hammer absent Boris Johnson in Owen Paterson scandal debate
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‘A fish rots from the head down’: MPs hammer absent Boris Johnson in Owen Paterson scandal debate

Big Issue founder says the future 'can’t be compromised by the poor politics of today'
Lord Bird spoke to audiences at the One Young World hub, Glasgow, on Friday as COP26 began its day of focus on “youth and public empowerment”
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Big Issue founder says the future 'can’t be compromised by the poor politics of today'

Owen Paterson lobbying scandal: What's it all about?
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Owen Paterson lobbying scandal: What's it all about?

Ministers ‘happy to spend millions on drones’ but ignore refugees in Budget
Rishi Sunak leaving No 10 Downing Street. Charities said he is doing too little for refugees
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Ministers ‘happy to spend millions on drones’ but ignore refugees in Budget

Sunak announces support for working universal credit claimants in Budget speech
Rishi Sunak, who is making universal credit changes, making an announcement with a union flag behind him
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Sunak announces support for working universal credit claimants in Budget speech

Kent Tories slammed over universal credit cut 'sweepstake'
Kent Cllr Paul Bartlett, who revealed Tory councillors had organised a sweepstake as to when the universal credit cut would be mentioned at a town hall meeting.
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Kent Tories slammed over universal credit cut 'sweepstake'

Rachel Riley: 'Every country is going to benefit from a strong opposition'
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Rachel Riley: 'Every country is going to benefit from a strong opposition'

Budget 2021: What to expect from Rishi Sunak's latest update on the UK's spending
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Budget 2021: What to expect from Rishi Sunak's latest update on the UK's spending

4 things to remember from the damning review of the UK's Covid response
Ethnic minority communities and disabled people were among those left behind by the UK Covid response, MPs said.
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4 things to remember from the damning review of the UK's Covid response

Thérèse Coffey criticised for singing 'Time of My Life' at karaoke amid universal credit cut
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Thérèse Coffey criticised for singing 'Time of My Life' at karaoke amid universal credit cut

How many lies has Boris Johnson told from the Conservative Party conference?
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How many lies has Boris Johnson told from the Conservative Party conference?

Imperial measurements? What’s really on the government agenda
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Imperial measurements? What’s really on the government agenda

Alarming things cabinet ministers have said in the past about their new briefs
Liz Truss who was named foreign secretary in the cabinet reshuffle
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Alarming things cabinet ministers have said in the past about their new briefs

Only 30 MPs turn up to debate cutting universal credit
MPs debating the universal credit cut in parliament today.
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Only 30 MPs turn up to debate cutting universal credit

Housing secretary Robert Jenrick sacked in cabinet reshuffle
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Housing secretary Robert Jenrick sacked in cabinet reshuffle

MPs vote to scrap universal credit cut as Tories abstain
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MPs vote to scrap universal credit cut as Tories abstain