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Ex-Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale on I'm A Celebrity

ex-scottish labour leader kezia dugdale on i'm a celebrity
Ex-leader of the Scottish Labour Party Kezia Dugdale (pictured) is ditching her Parliamentary duties for a bush tucker trial or two when she takes part in I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here.
MailOnline

Why Annecy is the perfect ski trip with kids in tow

why annecy is the perfect ski trip with kids in tow
One of the biggest issues facing us cosseted west Londoners at this time of year is where to go for our family skiing holiday. Given the lack of parliamentary time to cover this imperative issue I’d..
City A.M.

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News video: Czechs mark 28 years since Velvet Revolution

Czechs mark 28 years since Velvet Revolution 01:08

People across the Czech Republic have marked 28 years since the ‘Velvet Revolution’ that ended Communist rule. Organisers said this year’s commemoration was especially important after the..
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News video: Boris Johnson meets Zaghari-Ratcliffe family

Boris Johnson meets Zaghari-Ratcliffe family 00:44

The UK Foreign Secretary is to meet the husband of a British-Iranian woman who is in jail in Iran. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was detained in April 2016 on charges of spying which she has always denied...
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News video: FBI reportedly probing Russian bank transfers meant to 'finance' 2016 election — but explanation could be innocuous

FBI reportedly probing Russian bank transfers meant to 'finance' 2016 election — but explanation could be innocuous 01:22

U.S. Intelligence agencies are reportedly examining dozens of wire transfers from Russia's foreign ministry The transfers, which went to Russian embassies worldwide, were marked "to finance election..
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News video: Senator Pays Tribute to Outgoing President, Welcomes New Leader

Senator Pays Tribute to Outgoing President, Welcomes New Leader 02:01

The new Senate President Scott Ryan was warmly welcomed into his new role on November 13. Tribute was also paid to former president Stephen Parry.Senator George Brandis calls Parry a "fine "president,..
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News video: Boris Johnson in Trouble After Comments on Zaghari-Ratcliffe

Boris Johnson in Trouble After Comments on Zaghari-Ratcliffe 01:29

And some British politicians are calling for the prime minister to fire him because of it.
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So . . . let’s not get het up about the English language evolving

Exposure to sub-Wodehouse style of parliamentary speeches makes me long for change
FT.com

Sarah Clarke is first female Black Rod in 650 years

sarah clarke is first female black rod in 650 years
Boss of the Wimbledon tennis championships Sarah Clarke gets ancient Parliamentary job.
BBC News

MPs have £26,000 in misclaimed expenses written off

mps have £26,000 in misclaimed expenses written off
The latest details of politicians' expenses have been published by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa) watchdog, and can be searched using this map.
MailOnline

Why didn't Grimsby's seafood trade do more to talk-up EU benefits before Brexit vote?

Parliamentary Correspondent Patrick Daly offers his take on Grimsby's seafood industry call for free trade status
Grimsby Telegraph

Interactive map reveals Britain's most expensive MPs

interactive map reveals britain's most expensive mps
Voters can find out how much their MPs have been charging taxpayers for hotels, travel, food and other costs in the past financial year in a new interactive map detailing parliamentary spending.
MailOnline

Met Police officer pleads guilty to possessing 1,700 indecent images of children

PC Adam Cox was has been suspended from duty in the Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection unit
Independent

MPs' travel and accommodation spend rose to £13m last year

mps' travel and accommodation spend rose to £13m last year
The latest details of politicians' expenses have been published by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa).
MailOnline

Britain's May weathers new challenges on Brexit plan, more to come

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving the European Union on Wednesday, the second day of a parliamentary debate..
Reuters

Head of Afghan election body sacked, raising doubts over 2018 ballots

KABUL (Reuters) - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani sacked the chairman of the country's Independent Election Commission on Wednesday, raising doubts over whether parliamentary and council ballots..
Reuters

Acting Scottish Labour leader Alex Rowley suspended from party's parliamentary group amid abuse claims

The move comes comes after an ex-partner of Rowley's spoke to The Scottish Sun about alleged abuse she suffered at his hands.
Daily Record

QUENTIN LETTS sees Remainers and Brexiteers clash

quentin letts sees remainers and brexiteers clash
Chests were puffed, order papers waved, sneers smeared across superior chops: Our parliamentary betters (that’s how they see themselves) started the first of several days of scrutiny of the EU Bill.
MailOnline

Was the PM right to call out Russian attempts to influence UK politics?

was the pm right to call out russian attempts to influence uk politics?
DEBATE: Was Theresa May right to call out Russia’s attempts to influence Western politics? *YES – Denis MacShane, former minister for Europe and author of Brexit, No Exit: Why (in the End)..
City A.M.

Leadsom faces fresh pressure over Westminster sleaze row

leadsom faces fresh pressure over westminster sleaze row
Tory activist Lisa Wade raised concerns with the parliamentary authorities about the ‘toxic’ culture three months ago following the alleged sexual assault.
MailOnline

NI Budget Bill clears final parliamentary hurdle

ni budget bill clears final parliamentary hurdle
An emergency move to ensure funding for vital public services in Northern Ireland does not run out amid the continuing stalemate at Stormont has cleared its final parliamentary hurdle.
Belfast Telegraph

Brexit: Failure to introduce new customs system by date of Britain's EU withdrawal would be 'catastrophic'

Failure to complete the introduction of a new customs system by Brexit in 2019 would be "catastrophic", with the risk of huge disruption for businesses, massive queues at Dover and food being left to..
Independent

Emma Dent Coad MP apologises over 'racist blog post'

Emma Dent Coad had labelled a Tory parliamentary candidate as a "token ghetto boy" in a 2010 blog piece.
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