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Here are the five things you need to know on Thursday 6 February 2014... 1) JOWELL WARNS LABOUR AGAINST LEFT-WING TURN The
Aidan Burley, the Tory MP at the centre of a row over a Nazi-themed stag do, will step down as MP at the next election, he
Here are the five things you need to know on Wednesday 22 January 2014... 1) DON'T MESS WITH MIRIAM Is the Deputy Prime Minister's
Following the popular surprise appearance by Chancellor George Osborne at a Paralympics medal ceremony on Monday night, bookies
David Cameron has slapped down Tory MP Aidan Burley for making "idiotic" comments about the opening ceremony of the Olympic
A white, middle-class, able-bodied man has complained that a cultural event didn't include enough people like him. "For centuries
David Cameron was facing mounting pressure to condemn a Tory MP who branded the Olympic opening ceremony "leftie multicultural
The results of a Conservative Party disciplinary inquiry into an MP who attended a Nazi-themed stag party will not be published
French prosecutors intend to launch a formal investigation into a Nazi-themed stag party attended by Tory MP Aidan Burley
Tory MP Aidan Burley has been accused of showing disrespect towards Holocaust survivors, after a Labour MP alleged he was
Chris Huhne's resignation is the third of David Cameron's Cabinet since the election of May 2010. Two have these have been
Who are the real dinosaurs in workplace relations? The union barons or out-of-touch Tory toffs? Whatever your view, get ready
The second PMQs of 2012 wasn't the most fiery we've ever seen, but was a better performance from Ed Miliband compared to
A backbench motion to outlaw so-called "Pilgrims" - taxpayer funded representatives from the trades unions - has been defeated
The Tory MP sacked from his government job for attending a Nazi-themed stag party now faces a criminal investigation by the
A Tory MP who attended a stag party where guests dressed as Nazis has been sacked as a Commons aide for "offensive" behaviour
A Conservative MP has apologised after reports he attended a stag party with Nazi overtones. Aidan Burley used Twitter to
Using taxpayers' money to fund trade union activity cannot be justified "morally or economically", David Cameron has said