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International Business Times
Angela Merkel: The world's great political survivor U-turn and backed Juncker. Her decision convinced others to follow suit. Merkel
International Business Times / Posted an hour ago
U-turn and backed Juncker. Her decision convinced others to follow suit. Merkel addressed a rare joint session of the House of Commons and Lords in which she said that those hoping for sweeping EU changes were "in for disappointment". Despite... Read more
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Daily Echo
Hampshire chef 'honoured' to be nominated for national awardby the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and All Party Parliamentary Beer G
Daily Echo / Posted 6 hours ago
by the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) and All Party Parliamentary Beer Group, will be presented in February at the House of Commons. “It is an honour to be nominated and testament not just to me but also the hard work of the team, ensuring... Read more
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BC Local News
Chan offers posthumous view of the futureOTTAWA — Arnold Chan's final speech to the House of Commons, delivered posthumo
BC Local News / Posted 6 hours ago
OTTAWA — Arnold Chan's final speech to the House of Commons, delivered posthumously Tuesday by fellow Liberal MP Mark Holland, offered an optimistic vision that goodwill, openness and courage can prevail against the challenges and perils of the... Read more
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CTV News
Opposition parties grill Liberals over plans to legalize cannabis by July 2018Jody Wilson-Raybould, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Health Minister
CTV News / Posted 10 hours ago
Jody Wilson-Raybould, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale and Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor testified at the House of Commons committee examining the government's proposed cannabis legislation. Conservative health critic Marilyn... Read more
10h
International Business Times
UK defence chiefs 'may cut Royal Marines by 1,000' in cost-saving review 2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review saw the Navy lose about 4,000 person
International Business Times / Posted 10 hours ago
2010 Strategic Defence and Security Review saw the Navy lose about 4,000 personnel. Julian Lewis, the chairman of the House of Commons defence committee, said earlier in September that the government's commitment to spend 2% of the budget on... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Bittle named deputy House leaderMP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 10 hours ago
MP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold was my seat mate in the House of Commons. I would like to say I am happy, but it is bittersweet because we’ve recently lost a friend,” Bittle said on... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Bittle named deputy House leaderMP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 hours ago
MP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold was my seat mate in the House of Commons. I would like to say I am happy, but it is bittersweet because we’ve recently lost a friend,” Bittle said on... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Bittle named deputy House leaderMP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
MP Arnold Chan, who recently died after a lengthy battle with cancer. “Arnold was my seat mate in the House of Commons. I would like to say I am happy, but it is bittersweet because we’ve recently lost a friend,” Bittle said on... Read more
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Thame Gazette
May facing titanic Brexit bill battle as scores of amendments are tabled59 pages, were published, including many from senior Conservative europhiles.
Thame Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
59 pages, were published, including many from senior Conservative europhiles. The Bill cleared its second reading in the House of Commons by a margin of 36 in the early hours of Tuesday, after a mooted rebellion by Remain-backing Tories failed to... Read more
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Cloverdale Reporter
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
Cloverdale Reporter / Posted 13 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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birminghammail
Theresa May says Commonwealth must meet 21st-century challengeof its young people.Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to take
birminghammail / Posted 14 hours ago
of its young people.Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to take part in Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London (Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire)Read More She will also launch the theme of the 2018 summit -... Read more
14h
birminghammail
Brexit has one-in-three chance of reversal, claims Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives' disastrous general election resul
birminghammail / Posted 14 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives' disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Fort Saskatchewan The Record
Byelection to replace Rona Ambrose set for Oct. 23said Sunday. Ambrose announced her departure from federal politics in May. Th
Fort Saskatchewan The Record / Posted 15 hours ago
said Sunday. Ambrose announced her departure from federal politics in May. The 48-year-old was first elected to the House of Commons in 2004 to represent Edmonton-Spruce Grove, a riding that no longer exists. She held it for four terms... Read more
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Smithers Interior News
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
Smithers Interior News / Posted 15 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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Agassiz-Harrison Observer
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
Agassiz-Harrison Observer / Posted 15 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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BC Local News
Red Deer MP Dreeshen joins international trade committeeon Red Deer MP has a new role on an international trade committee. Red Deer-Mo
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
on Red Deer MP has a new role on an international trade committee. Red Deer-Mountain View MP Earl Dreeshen has joined the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade. The committee focuses on international trade policy, global... Read more
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BC Local News
Dreeshen given role with International Trade CommitteeEarl Dreeshen, Member of Parliament from Red Deer – Mountain View joins the Hou
BC Local News / Posted 15 hours ago
Earl Dreeshen, Member of Parliament from Red Deer – Mountain View joins the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade (CIIT). As a member of CIIT, Dreeshen will be at the forefront of studies and reports on international trade... Read more
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Omineca Express
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
Omineca Express / Posted 16 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ryanair cancellations: Warning to Green and White Army travelling to Northern Ireland Norway game50 flights a day are affected and the airline has set aside millions for compen
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
50 flights a day are affected and the airline has set aside millions for compensation. DUP MP Paul Girvan, a Member of the House of Commons Transport Select Committee, has called for Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary to be brought before the... Read more
16h
Belfast Telegraph
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Rossland News
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
Rossland News / Posted 17 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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17h
guardian-series
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
guardian-series / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Harrow Times
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Harrow Times / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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This is West Country
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
This is West Country / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Gazette News
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Gazette News / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Bolton News
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Bolton News / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 17 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Brexit has almost one-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
EveningTimes Online / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Croydon Guardian / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Oxford Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Bury Times
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Bury Times / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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Gazette
Brexit has almost one-in-three chance of reversal, says Tony Blairformer prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election resul
Gazette / Posted 18 hours ago
former prime minister said the Conservatives’ disastrous general election result, which left the party without a House of Commons majority, made it more difficult for the Government to get its Brexit plan approved by MPs. Mr Blair has... Read more
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CTV News
PM Trudeau shuffles parliamentary secretariesChagger in her role as government House leader. “Bittle will encourage close c
CTV News / Posted 19 hours ago
Chagger in her role as government House leader. “Bittle will encourage close collaboration and meaningful engagement with House of Commons colleagues, Parliamentary Committees, the Public Service, stakeholders, and Canadians,” said Trudeau in the... Read more
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BC Local News
B.C. cities want more money, and more talk, on legal potfor Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cau
BC Local News / Posted 19 hours ago
for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who has reiterated his commitment to the cause. Two bills have since been tabled in the House of Commons; Bill C-45, which when passed would legalize cannabis, and Bill C-46, which would strengthen drug-impaired... Read more
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walesonline
The changes Carwyn Jones wants made to the Brexit Billare about protecting the interests of the people of Wales and Scotland. I hope
walesonline / Posted 19 hours ago
are about protecting the interests of the people of Wales and Scotland. I hope they secure widespread support across the House of Commons. “While the UK Government has so far shown a lack of lack of willingness to engage with the devolved... Read more
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CTV News
Trudeau shuffles parliamentary secretariesshuffled his roster of parliamentary secretaries, the Liberal MPs that act as l
CTV News / Posted 21 hours ago
shuffled his roster of parliamentary secretaries, the Liberal MPs that act as liaisons between cabinet ministers and the House of Commons. Trudeau has promoted Bill Blair, who is the government’s point man on pot as parliamentary secretary to... Read more
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birminghammail
There'll be no Brexit, just parliamentary stalemate - Lord Ashdowntask and they cannot get this through. (Image: Jane Barlow/PA Wire) "They can
birminghammail / Posted 22 hours ago
task and they cannot get this through. (Image: Jane Barlow/PA Wire) "They can neither deliver a hard Brexit because the House of Commons mathematics won't allow them to do so, nor they can they deliver a soft Brexit because the ravenous beasts... Read more
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birminghammail
House of Commons lost messages sent by constituents to MPThe House of Commons has LOST messages sent to an MP by constituents. Stafford
birminghammail / Posted 23 hours ago
The House of Commons has LOST messages sent to an MP by constituents. Staffordshire MP Michael Fabricant (Con Lichfield) revealed that the messages were lost because of new security measures. And he urged constituents to write to him again. It... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Timmins MP turns up heat on SinghNDP leadership candidate Charlie Angus is stressing it is critical for his part
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
NDP leadership candidate Charlie Angus is stressing it is critical for his party to have a permanent leader in the House of Commons this fall — a jab at rival leadership hopeful, Jagmeet Singh, who is an Ontario legislator. Angus said it will be up... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Islamophobia study gets underwayOTTAWA — The inclusion of the phrase Islamophobia in a hotly debated motion pas
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
OTTAWA — The inclusion of the phrase Islamophobia in a hotly debated motion passed by the House of Commons last year was meant as an example of forms of racism, the Liberal MP who sponsored the proposal said Monday. Iqra Khalid told the House of... Read more
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express
Britain’s Brexit Bill has one fact missing which is a MAJOR worry for leaversthe exit day will be set down in legislation as a so-called statutory instrumen
express / Posted yesterday
the exit day will be set down in legislation as a so-called statutory instrument, which does not need a full vote in the House of Commons but in a smaller committee in which the Government has a majority. Brexit debate in pictures Mon, April 17,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Brexit is 'not going to happen' says Paddy Ashdowncan't handle it. "It's a huge task and they cannot get this through. "They ca
Daily Mirror / Posted yesterday
can't handle it. "It's a huge task and they cannot get this through. "They can neither deliver a hard Brexit because the House of Commons mathematics won't allow them to do so, nor they can they deliver a soft Brexit because the ravenous beasts... Read more
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Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis: Lib Dems go looking for lost votersBournemouth been about a party in pursuit of power? By that logic, the Lib Dem
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Bournemouth been about a party in pursuit of power? By that logic, the Lib Dems should have become the third force in the House of Commons in June by hoovering up Remain voters horrified at the prospect of Brexit and alienated by Labour’s turn to... Read more
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BC Local News
U.S. cell phone searches worry privacy czardevices being searched by U.S. border agents, the federal privacy czar says. P
BC Local News / Posted yesterday
devices being searched by U.S. border agents, the federal privacy czar says. Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien told a House of Commons committee Monday that U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers can look at mobile devices and even demand... Read more
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