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10 May 2013 Children were hardly given the best lesson in political spin by MP Keith Vaz when he fell face first off a roundabout during a photocall. The Labour MP tumbled into a sandpit while opening a new 40,000 play area yesterday in his
Margaret Hodge sorry after hitting cyclist with car door Margaret Hodge said the accident was completely her fault Senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge has promised to be more careful in future, after hitting a cyclist with her car door. Mrs Hodge was
Cut income tax top-rate to 40p, says Tory MP 18 April 2013 Last updated at 16:15 A Conservative MP has called on the government to cut the top rate of income tax by a further five pence, arguing that lower taxes bring in more money for the government.
Theresa May abandons 2015 exit-check target, says Labour The authorities have no idea who is in the UK, says Keith Vaz Home Secretary Theresa May has abandoned a pledge to reintroduce identity checks on everybody leaving the UK by 2015, Labour says.
And how many Tories would turn out for a similar 'Grief Fest' for a Labour PM? Robert , Manchester, 11/4/2013 09:06 Click to rate Rating 50 How horrible is this?...ZoeAnn93 , York, United Kingdom, 11/4/2013 09:05 Click to rate Rating 34 I
When Sadiq Khan was appointed to the Privy Council and first asked to attend cabinet meetings in June 2009, Labour's MP for Tooting became the first Asian and first Muslim to do so. Still today, Khan the shadow Secretary of State for Justice, shadow
Balls and Miliband will come under ever greater pressure to say whether Labour will match the coalition's post-election spending plans. So fractious have the negotiations over the 2015-16 Spending Review been that, at various points, some ministers
29 March 2013 A leading Labour MP has raised the prospect of cuts to pensioner benefits. Piling pressure on both David Cameron and Ed Miliband to accept reductions in handouts for wealthy pensioners, Dame Anne Begg said it would make sense to reform
On 19 March, Ed Miliband experienced the most damaging parliamentary rebellion of his leadership so far, when 43 Labour MPs defied the whip and voted against the Jobseekers Bill, which enables the government to withdraw benefits from those refusing
Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh accepted very substantial damages and a public apology at the High Court today over phone hacking, as a lawyer representing hacking victims announced that hundreds of new victims may be uncovered as a new conspiracy is