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2015/01/29 08:09
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Now Prof Corrigan, who advised two Labour health secretaries and Mr Blair, has added to criticism of the plans. In an article for the website of Blairite think tank Progress, the party heavyweight...
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2015/01/29 06:13
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St Albans deli owner launches fight against downsizing scheme Buongiorno Italia owner Tony Picciuto outside his delicatessen which his landlord wants to convert into a residential property The owner...
2015/01/28 18:13
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Last updated at 17:20, Wednesday, 28 January 2015 THE government has been called on to provide additional funding to the NHS trust which runs Furness General Hospital in Barrow. Barrow and Furness...
2015/01/28 17:16
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This year's general election looks set to be the most unpredictable in British history. In just 99 days the voters of St Albans will be heading to the polling stations to have their say on who should...
2015/01/28 15:35
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LABOUR'S Isle of Wight general election candidate Stewart Blackmore announced he is in favour of a fixed link as he launched his campaign today (Wednesday). Mr Blackmore announced his support during...
2015/01/28 15:22
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Phone Hacking: 50 famous faces line up claims against the Daily Mirror and Sunday People You despise Rupert Murdoch. You cheered when the News of the World was removed from the newsagents’...
2015/01/28 14:13
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What counted was not its precise definition — if anything, the semantic haziness helped — but the idea that Gordon Brown had allowed this Thing from the Economic Lagoon to grow, that it was now out of...
2015/01/28 14:13
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The YouGov survey found nearly three in 10 Londoners said his remarks made them feel less favourable towards Labour. People aged 40 and over — who are significantly more likely to live in homes worth...
2015/01/28 13:50
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A FORMER South Lakeland headteacher has been chosen as the Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate for Barrow and Furness. Clive Peaple was backed 100 per cent and named Lib Dem candidate for the...
2015/01/28 13:19
2015/01/28 13:19
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COUNCIL URGED TO REJECT FRACK BIDS Campaigners have called for permission for two new fracking sites in Lancashire to be refused, ahead of a meeting by county councillors to consider the...
2015/01/28 12:27
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Campaign groups protested outside Eastbourne Town Hall this morning (January 28), where a closed meeting was taking place about the A27. Secretary of State Patrick McLoughlin arrived at the meeting...
2015/01/28 11:52
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Lib Dem MP Tessa Munt resigned over her support for anti-fracking campaign Tessa Munt, the MP for Wells, initially said she intended to stay on in her role as parliamentary private secretary (PPS)...
2015/01/28 11:34
2015/01/28 11:34
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London - Hundreds of sex offenders are escaping with slap-on-the-wrist punishments for “abhorrent” crimes including grooming and assaulting children. Figures compiled by the Ministry of Justice...
2015/01/28 08:48
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Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has accused Labour of taking the North East for granted - and pledged that it will play a major role in the Liberal Democrat election campaign. Mr Clegg dismissed...
2015/01/28 08:18
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Cable aide quits over fracking vote Tessa Munt quit as Vince Cable’s parliamentary private secretary so she could vote against the Government on fracking. Lib Dem MP Tessa Munt said she was quitting...
2015/01/28 08:09
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The Tory-supporting Sun newspaper showed its true colours today. The London-based tabloid used five full pages to shower praise on David Cameron and his Lib Dem stooges in the UK Government. And the...
2015/01/28 06:53
2015/01/28 06:53
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The Central England Co-operative want to construct 82 homes off Barrows Lane, in Yardley, despite concerns over increased congestion, noise and the possible cost to health. Fay Goodman, from the...
2015/01/28 06:08
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It was one of the most important nights in Dundee’s recent history. But councillors let debate on the future of the V&A descend into allegations of misbehaviour and name-calling as things got heated...
2015/01/28 01:45
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ALMOST half of Scottish pupils taking Highers this year will sit the old exam and not the new qualification, according to provisional figures. Schools were given the option to phase in the new...
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2015/01/28 01:09
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Here's one fact: parties we used to call mainstream are, by any historical standard, remarkably unpopular. Their leaders are not - let's say - well-regarded. Their pitches are tediously familiar,...
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