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Brexit Endgame: The 2019 UK Election

After nearly four years of wailing and gnashing of teeth, Britain has made up its mind. We’re leaving the EU. At 22.00 on Wednesday 12th December 2019, the BBC/Sky/ITV exit poll opened the final chapter in Britain’s Brexit saga. A crushing majority for Boris Johnson’s Conservative and Unionist Party has redrawn the political map. Constituencies […]

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Red Len McLuskey and his friend Karie Murphy are accused of turning on leader

Labour’s post-Election civil war escalated last night as Jeremy Corbyn’s former top aide, Karie Murphy, was accused of trying to blame him personally for the party’s historic defeat. The Left-winger is said to have formed a pact with union leader Len McCluskey to make Mr Corbyn culpable for the disaster – not his extremist Left- wing […]

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How many seats for a majority? Boris Johnson wins election landslide

Boris Johnson is set to win a landslide Tory majority of 86 in the House of Commons, according to an exit poll for the general election. The poll, conducted by Ipsos Mori for the BBC, ITV and Sky News, suggested the Conservatives would win 368 seats, with Labour on 191 and the SNP on 55. If the forecast […]

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Election: Tactical voting could still put the brakes on populism

The climate crisis ought to be the most important issue when we go to the polls, and we have led our daily coverage on that subject many times, as we pledged to do when the election was called. The NHS has rightly been given intense focus too, and questions of trust, and of the credibility […]

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General election: McDonnell admits antisemitism has hurt Labour campaign – live news | Politics

“My message (to the Labour party) would be listen carefully, I’ll never do anything that puts Boris Johnson into Downing Street, but Labour, in order to get a Queen’s speech and a budget through, if they’re in a minority position, need the support of another party. “And if Scotland votes for the SNP in a […]

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Jeremy Corbyn did not confront Donald Trump on NHS, Labour admits

The latest headlines in your inbox Jeremy Corbyn failed to confront Donald Trump despite planning to tackle him over the NHS, Labour admitted today. Ahead of a Nato reception at Buckingham Palace last night, the Labour leader said he was hoping to ask the President for assurances that any trade relationship “will absolutely not” involve […]

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London Bridge terror attack victim’s father lashes out at government

Boris Johnson is facing a backlash from a victim’s father for politicising the London Bridge terror attack today. The Prime Minister has launched a crackdown after 28-year-old convicted terrorist Usman Khan went on a rampage while out of prison on licence. Former University of Cambridge students Saskia Jones, 23, and Jack Merritt, 25, were fatally […]

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Rob Delaney hails NHS as ‘pinnacle of human achievement’ as he backs Labour

Catastrophe star Rob Delaney has hailed the NHS as “the pinnacle of human achievement” in a video supporting Labour ahead of the General Election . The actor also spoke movingly about the care his son Henry received before dying from a brain tumour. In a clip shared by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Twitter , the American […]

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General election: Labour vows to take on 'bad bosses and tax dodgers' – live news

Party leaders back on campaign trail after last night’s grilling on the BBC’s Question Time special 1.46pm GMT The Press Association has comments from Jo Swinson from her campaign visit to London’s Design Museum this morning, where highlighted her party’s policies on innovation and technology. She told the news agency: I think it is quite […]

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