• In this cost of living crisis, we can’t afford for our children to go hungry at school
    There are afternoons when I feel pretty lethargic. Often, it’s because I haven’t eaten enough. It’s a feeling that nobody enjoys, but one that I can fixpretty quicklyby getting a bite for lunch.Yet as the cost-of-living crisis bites, for many families, that is not an option. In April, 2.6 million... Read more »
  • 1922 Committee treasurer talks of ‘difficult decisions’ for MPs, as Dowden resigns
    Following by-election defeats in Tiverton and Honiton and Wakefield, the treasurer of the backbench 1922 Committee of Conservative MPs, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, has suggested his colleagues have  “difficult decisions” to make around the prime minister’s future. The comments by the veteran MP, follow the surprise resignation of the Conservative Party... Read more »
  • One night of by-elections – The collapse of two different Conservative walls
    The Conservative Party have lost two parliamentary by-elections with the Labour Party gaining Wakefield and the Liberal Democrats winning in Tiverton and Honiton. The results mark a dual hit for the party as voters across both its Red Wall in Yorkshire and its Blue Wall in Devon depart the party.... Read more »
  • The Australian experience of hard-line border policies is not one the UK wants to repeat
    The government’s Rwanda scheme is an attempt to mirror Australia’s immigration policies, which have had disastrous consequences. In his speech announcing the UK scheme, Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed that its purpose was to stop “vile people smugglers” by breaking their business model and preventing a “watery graveyard” in the... Read more »

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  • Furious Unite Union Boss Hits Out At Labour MP Who Condemned BA Strike
    Lammy and GrahamThe leader of Labour’s biggest union donor has accused David Lammy of launching a “direct attack” on British Airways workers.Sharon Graham, boss of the powerful Unite union, hit out at the senior Labour MP after he condemned the proposed strikes.On Sunday morning the shadow foreign secretary said he... Read more »
  • Labour's Rail Row Deepens After David Lammy Says He Doesn't Support Strikes
    Lammy and McDonnellLabour’s row over rail action deepened today after David Lammy said he did not support the strikesThe shadow foreign secretary struck the most hardline stance from a Labour MP yet by condemning the strikes. The MP for Tottenham said he did not support them because they “hurt” working people. It... Read more »
  • Boris Johnson's Charm Offensive: BBQs, Zelenskyy And Steel Tariffs
    Boris Johnson on a visit to Heck Foods Ltd.Operation Save Big Dog moved up a gear today as a raft of tactics were revealed to help the PM hold on to power. They include “barbecues and drinks” with loyal supporters at his grace-and-favour residence Chequers.An invitation list has been drawn up to... Read more »
  • 'We're Not Striking Deals With The Lib Dems Or SNP,' Labour MP Says
    Sturgeon, Starmer and DaveyA Labour MP has insisted they will not strike deals with the Lib Dems or SNP to take down Boris Johnson.David Lammy said Labour fights for “every single seat” and that they want to win the next election “outright”.It comes after tactical voting saw Johnson’s party wiped out... Read more »



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  • Australia news live update: Anthony Albanese defends crossbench staff cuts as David Pocock warns of ‘unfair playing field’
    PM offers context for crossbench staff cuts while David Pocock suggests they will make independents’ work ‘incredibly hard’; literary community mourns Frank Moorhouse; Albanese taking ‘security advice’ on whether it will be safe to visit Ukraine’s Volodymyr Zelenskiy in Kyiv. Follow all the day’s developments‘Older, whiter and smaller’: new census... Read more »
  • Russia-Ukraine war: leaders to discuss energy and food crisis at Bavarian retreat – as it happened
    This live blog is now closed, we will be returning in a few hours to bring you all the latest developments. Russian missiles strike Kyiv for first time in three weeksG7: Boris Johnson warns of fatigue in west’s Ukraine supportAnalysis: G7 grapples with world turned upside downAt a glance: what... Read more »
  • Casualties reported after house destroyed in Birmingham explosion
    Four further men treated at scene, with cause of blast still unknownA man is in a critical condition after an explosion destroyed a house and damaged several others in Birmingham.The man was in the property at the time of the blast and was helped out by people at the scene,... Read more »
  • University College London generates £10bn a year for UK, says report
    UCL’s research, knowledge and support for business startups provides boost ‘equal to holding Olympics every year’University College London has boasted its financial contribution to the British economy is the equivalent of hosting the Olympics every year – in part because of how it encourages graduates to create jobs and investment... Read more »

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  • Scots female entrepreneurs see success in academic innovation event?
    SOME of Scotland’s brightest female entrepreneurs saw success at an academic innovation event in Edinburgh last night. Female-led businesses were in the spotlight at Converge’s ‘Inside Innovation’ pitching event at Edinburgh’s Dovecot Studios. The occasion saw 49 Scottish university start-ups and spinouts participate in a fast-paced pitching competition in the... Read more »
  • Touching video shows bride dancing with cut-out of mum who passed away
    A TOUCHING video shows the moment a bride danced at her wedding with a cardboard cut-out of her mum who tragically passed away from cancer. Natalie Mulcahy wanted to include her late mother Linda Thomas when she took to the floor for her father and daughter dance earlier this month.... Read more »
  • Love Island winners spend hours volunteering at Glasgow soup kitchen
    LOVE ISLAND winners Paige Turley and Finley Tapp were spotted volunteering at a soup kitchen in Glasgow for hours last night. The loved-up couple got in touch with Homeless Project Scotland earlier this month to ask if they would be able to come along and help those less fortunate. Paige,... Read more »
  • EasyJet customers allegedly locked in sweltering tunnel without water
    EASYJET has been slammed after hundreds of passengers were allegedly locked in an airport corridor in sweltering heat without water or access to toilets. Holidaymakers said they tried to force their way out of the tunnel at Pisa International Airport in Italy yesterday due to the lack of ventilation. Passengers... Read more »
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