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Is Wales facing extinction?

SIR ROBIN WALES, Mayor of Newham, is reported to be fighting for his political life as he goes through a Labour Party “trigger ballot” to determine whether he will be Labour’s candidate for mayor at this May’s elections. In most ...

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Row breaks out over student funding

THERESA MAY announced a major review of how universities – and the undergraduate students they teach – are funded. The Labour Party is ready with its criticisms of current government policy – but a leading Tory has rushed into the controversy too. ...

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Biggs in flawed attempt to be a Labour rebel

LABOUR LOYALIST John Biggs, Executive Mayor of Tower Hamlets, is facing accusations of hypocrisy after adding his name to a letter in the Sunday Times headed “Labour Executive wrong to meddle”. In the letter, Labour Council Leaders declared independence from the Labour ...

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Corbyn pledges to house the homeless

JEREMY CORBYN has announced plans to tackle homelessness – with the first target being an emergency acquisition of 8,000 properties to accommodate people who are sleeping on the streets. The Labour Leader was speaking on BBC1’s Andrew Marr Show at ...

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Top Tories are squabbling again

IS IT TURNING into UKIP? Tory Party members must be wondering whether they have woken up in another party, as leading Tories in the Government are squabbling with each other in a way we usually only see in UKIP. The ...

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