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Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North constituents back his re-election campaign

Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North constituents back his re-election campaign

Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North constituents back his re-election campaign

24 May 2024

Mr Corbyn has been suspended by Labour since 2020.


Decision to restore Tory whip to Bob Stewart branded ‘shameful’

Decision to restore Tory whip to Bob Stewart branded ‘shameful’

Decision to restore Tory whip to Bob Stewart branded ‘shameful’

24 May 2024

Mr Stewart had been attending an event hosted by the Bahraini embassy.


Reynolds and McElhenney donate £10,000 to Wrexham player’s fundraiser

Reynolds and McElhenney donate £10,000 to Wrexham player’s fundraiser

Reynolds and McElhenney donate £10,000 to Wrexham player’s fundraiser

24 May 2024

Midfielder James Jones and his partner started a GoFundMe page to raise money for intensive care units that helped them through their pregnancy.


Government’s leasehold reforms ‘not the revolution required’, peers told

Government’s leasehold reforms ‘not the revolution required’, peers told

Government’s leasehold reforms ‘not the revolution required’, peers told

24 May 2024

The Bill aims to make it cheaper and easier for more people to extend their lease, buy their freehold and take over management of their building.


John Swinney ‘very confident’ of SNP gains at General Election

John Swinney ‘very confident’ of SNP gains at General Election

John Swinney ‘very confident’ of SNP gains at General Election

24 May 2024

Mr Swinney also stressed that he would stay on as leader of the SNP even if his party performs poorly.


Death of ex-Royal Marine accused of spying for Hong Kong ‘not suspicious’

Death of ex-Royal Marine accused of spying for Hong Kong ‘not suspicious’

Death of ex-Royal Marine accused of spying for Hong Kong ‘not suspicious’

24 May 2024

Matthew Trickett was found dead in Grenfell Park, Maidenhead, at around 5.15pm on Sunday after a report from a member of the public.


In Pictures: Planes, boats and beaches feature on day two of election campaign

In Pictures: Planes, boats and beaches feature on day two of election campaign

In Pictures: Planes, boats and beaches feature on day two of election campaign

24 May 2024

Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer and Sir Ed Davey have been all over the country appealing for votes.


DUP announces Jonathan Buckley as candidate in Lagan Valley

DUP announces Jonathan Buckley as candidate in Lagan Valley

DUP announces Jonathan Buckley as candidate in Lagan Valley

24 May 2024

The seat is currently held by Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, the party’s former leader, who is charged with a number of historical sex offences.


Further arrest made after pro-Palestinian sit-in at university

Further arrest made after pro-Palestinian sit-in at university

Further arrest made after pro-Palestinian sit-in at university

24 May 2024

Thames Valley Police said 16 people were arrested on Thursday on suspicion of aggravated trespass.


Election campaign day two: Power moves as Labour and Tories fight it out on energy

Election campaign day two: Power moves as Labour and Tories fight it out on energy

Election campaign day two: Power moves as Labour and Tories fight it out on energy

24 May 2024

Sir Keir Starmer took his campaign to Scotland while Rishi Sunak visited Belfast’s Titanic Quarter in a trip that inspired ‘sinking ship’ comparisons.


Nursery owner says she might vote Labour after speaking to Sunak

Nursery owner says she might vote Labour after speaking to Sunak

Nursery owner says she might vote Labour after speaking to Sunak

24 May 2024

A nursery owner told the PA news agency that she had not been satisfied after questioning the Prime Minister on support for childcare providers.


Vennells booed, grilled and pushed to tears over three days of evidence

Vennells booed, grilled and pushed to tears over three days of evidence

Vennells booed, grilled and pushed to tears over three days of evidence

24 May 2024

The ordained priest entered the witness box to face what one former subpostmistress described as a room of people with ‘eyes full of hatred’.


Boy’s sepsis death preventable, says mother after coroner finds failures in care

Boy’s sepsis death preventable, says mother after coroner finds failures in care

Boy’s sepsis death preventable, says mother after coroner finds failures in care

24 May 2024

Dylan Cope was sent home from the Grange Hospital in Cwmbran after being diagnosed with influenza but he died just over a week later.


Inquiry into UK film and TV industry ‘deeply concerned about retention of staff’

Inquiry into UK film and TV industry ‘deeply concerned about retention of staff’

Inquiry into UK film and TV industry ‘deeply concerned about retention of staff’

24 May 2024

The inquiry has investigated what needs to be done to maintain and enhance the UK as a global destination for production.


Prison officers’ union warns of legal action if overcrowding ‘crisis’ worsens

Prison officers’ union warns of legal action if overcrowding ‘crisis’ worsens

Prison officers’ union warns of legal action if overcrowding ‘crisis’ worsens

24 May 2024

The POA fears jails in England and Wales could be full by June.


MP accuses whip of ‘drunken bullying and harassment’

MP accuses whip of ‘drunken bullying and harassment’

MP accuses whip of ‘drunken bullying and harassment’

24 May 2024

Julian Knight made allegations of bullying and harassment against a Government whip in his valedictory House of Commons speech.


Nearly 80 Tory MPs quitting ahead of General Election in post-war record exodus

Nearly 80 Tory MPs quitting ahead of General Election in post-war record exodus

Nearly 80 Tory MPs quitting ahead of General Election in post-war record exodus

24 May 2024

The total not seeking re-election on July 4 hit 76 on Friday afternoon.


Man amazed at response after telling Tory MP to ‘read the room’ on Question Time

Man amazed at response after telling Tory MP to ‘read the room’ on Question Time

Man amazed at response after telling Tory MP to ‘read the room’ on Question Time

24 May 2024

Kam Nasser, 22, said he has been ‘amazed’ at the response, but added it shows people are ‘crying out for help’ and ‘want to see change’.


Vennells booed after inquiry hears she said Horizon victim ‘lacked passion’

Vennells booed after inquiry hears she said Horizon victim ‘lacked passion’

Vennells booed after inquiry hears she said Horizon victim ‘lacked passion’

24 May 2024

The former Post Office chief executive told colleagues she was ‘more bored than outraged’ at a 2014 BBC One Show programme.


Paula Vennells: What have we learned from ex-Post Office boss’s evidence?

Paula Vennells: What have we learned from ex-Post Office boss’s evidence?

Paula Vennells: What have we learned from ex-Post Office boss’s evidence?

24 May 2024

Ms Vennells gave evidence over the course of three days at the Horizon IT inquiry.


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