BoJo unveils Palmyra Arch replica in Trafalgar Square
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BoJo unveils Palmyra Arch replica in Trafalgar Square

A replica of a 2,000-year-old triumphal arch destroyed by IS in Syria was unveiled today…

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Old Boys & Big Banks in Panama Papers at Treasury Questions
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Old Boys & Big Banks in Panama Papers at Treasury Questions

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell quizzed George Osborne on measures to tackle tax dodging and the…

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Grayling the 1st senior Tory minister to campaign with Farage
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Grayling the 1st senior Tory minister to campaign with Farage

‘We want our country back’ chant Grassroots Out at Stoke-on-Trent’s Victoria Halls. Farage blamed Britain’s…

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UK ‘strong interest’ in Libya and number of troops
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UK ‘strong interest’ in Libya and number of troops

Micheal Fallon was asked about number of British troops and he said “we need to…

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“BMA wants to negotiate but ‘dictator’ Hunt’s stopping them”
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“BMA wants to negotiate but ‘dictator’ Hunt’s stopping them”

“We’re in a remarkable situation where patients are supporting a doctors strike, that says it…

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Heidi Alexander presses Hunt on junior docs contract
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Heidi Alexander presses Hunt on junior docs contract

Heidi Alexander pressed Jeremy Hunt over imposing a new contract on junior doctors. An all-out…

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‘UK stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Libya’
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‘UK stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Libya’

Philip Hammond spoke at a joint press conference with Libyan PM Fayez al-Sarraj and pledged…

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Why Cameron hasn’t been toppled yet – Max Keiser
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Why Cameron hasn’t been toppled yet – Max Keiser

“We need to focus on politicians as lawmakers not just greedy Etonian toffs” says Steve…

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Hammond pledges £10million to Libyan govt
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Hammond pledges £10million to Libyan govt

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond met the Libyan govt today and pledged to support the UN-backed…

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‘EU isn’t perfect but it’s fantasy to vote Brexit’
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‘EU isn’t perfect but it’s fantasy to vote Brexit’

George Osborne spoke of the “biggest decision in a generation” and that “Britain is stronger…

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