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The decision by a quartet of Labour MPs to accept the invitation from SkyCity to enjoy their generous hospitality and a sweet view of the first France test was staggering in its myopia...Meaning the perception of behaviour, the way something is seen,
But Ed and David Miliband are still at odds with claims that friends of Ed have been 'banned' from David's farewell party The feud between the Miliband brothers was reignited last night over claims that friends of Labour leader Ed have been banned'
View comments MPs and peers have handed lobbyists more than 200 Parliamentary passes despite mounting concern about their influence. Dozens more business lobbyists, union officials and executives from charities and religious groups than previously
June 2013 As another corruption and illegal lobbying scandal hits Westminster it turns out the Lib Dems may have a vested interest in not reforming the system. When the Conservative MP Patrick Mercer was approached undercover by the Telegraph and the
Conservative supporters will unveil his new strategy in a party political broadcast next Sunday...Labour voters who feel abandoned by Ed Miliband's party Mr Farage's strategists say the traditional dividing lines between the parties are becoming
I am not sure MP Nanaia Mahuta is the ideal flag-bearer for Kiwi mums struggling to manage babies in the modern-day workplace. Her call to Speaker David Carter for a more mum-friendly Parliament presents itself as a poorly executed political stunt
Former Glasgow Labour MP Jimmy Wray dies Jimmy Wray, whose roots were in the Gorbals, has been described as a "formidable man" The former Glasgow Labour MP Jimmy Wray has died at the age of 78. Mr Wray represented Glasgow Provan and Glasgow
Nanaia Mahuta, Louisa Wall and Kris Faafoi who will host an auction to raise funds for the New Zealand Child Cancer Foundation. The MPs said they supported the event to honour their fallen colleague, the late Hon...Horomia was a patron of Chumpchange
P Tuesday 21 May 2013 There should be more regulation of driving schools and a central point where people can make their complaints, Labour MP Atje Kuiken told the Nos on Tuesday. Kuiken, who has raised the matter before, is worried about the
Leading Maori journalist approached by Parekura Horomia in past about putting himself forward for selection. Shane Taurima announced his bid for Labour's Ikaroa-Rawhiti byelection candidacy yesterday on Te Karere , the news programme he usually edits.