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May HoC

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS has voted by 522 votes to 13 to dissolve Parliament on the basis that a General Election will be held on Thursday, 8th June. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, argued that the Election was necessary because ...

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New crossing could make us cross!

Land affected by the new Lower Thames Crossing (map: Highways Agency)

CRITICISM HAS RAINED down on Tory Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP, who has announced the route of a new Lower Thames crossing. The Government will be going ahead with “Option C”: a new tunnel going under Green Belt land and crossing ...

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Labour to announce Brexit tests


THE LABOUR PARTY has warned that the Government’s Brexit deal must meet its six tests to win support from Labour MPs. The Party’s Shadow Brexit Secretary, Keir Starmer, promised to reveal what the six tests are on Monday. Starmer was ...

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