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While ‘Project Fear’ runs rampant through the British media – regurgitating government-sanctioned propaganda to the masses to put pressure on hardline Brexiteers – the head of the country’s main manufacturing association said on Tuesday that Britain fa…
Angelina Galiteva, vice chair of the California Independent System Operator, talks about that state’s 100 per cent renewable energy target, and how it will get there.
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Shamima Begum, who joined the Islamic State group in Syria in 2015, is to lose her UK citizenship.
Theresa May will meet Jean-Claude Juncker for further talks over her Brexit deal.
Passengers on Birmingham’s famous Number 11 route tell us how they feel about Brexit.
Joan Ryan says she cannot remain in a party which tolerates a “culture of anti-Jewish racism”.
Conservative MP Bill Wiggin says the bill is important to stop China consuming dog meat.
Sir John Major will urge a “mainstream majority” of Tory and Labour MPs to stop the UK leaving next month.
Nicola Sturgeon tells members of the French Parliament about efforts to get EU citizens to stay in Scotland.
The EU Commission condemns Hungary’s right-wing government over a new poster campaign.
Michael Gove has promised to protect farmers from cheap food imports.
Derek Hatton, who has been readmitted to Labour after 34 years, says he has previously tried to rejoin the party but was not allowed back in.
Some thinks tank groups are less open than others about where their money comes from to pay for their work and research.
On October 31, 1517, an obscure German theology professor put the finishing touches on a paper he had written about the current state of the Catholic Church, and sent it off to Archbishop Albert of Brandenberg for review. The professor’s letter was polite and professional, with a formal tone that one might find in a modern academic work. It could hardly be described as revolutionary. Yet within a few years, the professor would find himself excommunicated by the Pope, branded an outlaw and heretic and living in hiding under the protection of an army of followers. His name, of course, was Martin Luther. And the publication of his famous paper, […]
The Labour leader says the seven MPs who left the party were elected to carry out its policies but “have decided to go elsewhere”.
Ruth George apologises for suggesting seven MPs who quit the party may have Israeli backing.
John McDonnell promises a “mammoth listening exercise”, after the resignation of seven Labour MPs.
A protester involved in an incident outside Parliament with Tory MP Anna Soubry is facing criminal charges.