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Nottingham Post
Students urged to vote by local MPYoung people in Nottingham have been urged to register to vote. National campa
Students urged to vote by local MP
Nottingham Post / Posted yesterday
Young people in Nottingham have been urged to register to vote. National campaign Bite the Ballot spoke to Nottingham students about the importance of registering as part of National Voter Registration Day. With the support of Nottingham East MP... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Labour MP Harry Harpham dies after losing battle with cancerA Labour MP has died of cancer aged 61, less than a year after he was elected.
Labour MP Harry Harpham dies after losing battle with cancer
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
A Labour MP has died of cancer aged 61, less than a year after he was elected. Dad-of-five Harry Harpham - one of the last deep coal miners to enter Parliament - prompted a wave of tributes after losing his fight against the disease... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Influential folk-rock group makes Weston return Fairport Convention (Picture: Ben Nicholson). Folk-rock group Fairport Conve
Influential folk-rock group makes Weston return
Weston Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
Fairport Convention (Picture: Ben Nicholson). Folk-rock group Fairport Convention is returning to Weston-super-Mare. The band is credited with launching the British folk-rock genre, and has been... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Kevin Bryan's record reviewsBuddy Miller & Friends, "Cayamo Sessions At Sea" (New West)- The multi-talented
Kevin Bryan's record reviews
Nottingham Post / Posted 10 days ago
Buddy Miller & Friends, "Cayamo Sessions At Sea" (New West)- The multi-talented Mr.Miller is probably best known on this side of the Atlantic for his exemplary work with Robert Plant's Band of Joy, and the gifted guitarist, songwriter and producer... Read more
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The New Statesman
There's still time for a government rethink on universal creditNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
There's still time for a government rethink on universal credit
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improveNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Neil Kinnock: Jeremy Corbyn may have to resign or face a leadership challenge if Labour fails to improve
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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The New Statesman
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
The New Statesman cover | Should Labour split?
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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10d
The New Statesman
Leader: The Corbyn conundrumNeil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the
Leader: The Corbyn conundrum
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
Neil Kinnock: To split would be to let the Tories win There is no logic in the idea of splitting and there’s no case for the idea. Those who are said to want it – if they’re members of parliament, are they going to resign their seats and fight... Read more
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E! Online
Chris Rock's Rep Shuts Down Oscars Monologue RumorsThe rep for this year's host tells E! News in a statement that Rock didn't rewr
Chris Rock's Rep Shuts Down Oscars Monologue Rumors
E! Online / Posted 12 days ago
The rep for this year's host tells E! News in a statement that Rock didn't rewrite his monologue to call out the situation, despite what producer Reggie Hudlin said over the weekend. "Regarding Reggie Hudlin's comments about Chris Rock's Oscar... Read more
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walesonline
'Saving Port Talbot is more important than spending £1bn on the M4'Pressure on the governments in Cardiff Bay and Westminster over the job losses
'Saving Port Talbot is more important than spending £1bn on the M4'
walesonline / Posted 18 days ago
Pressure on the governments in Cardiff Bay and Westminster over the job losses at Tata escalated as politicians sought to find a solution to the crisis facing the Welsh steel industry. A Plaid AM called on the Welsh Government to explain why... Read more
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