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Plans to hold a pre-election Commons vote on enforcing standardised tobacco packaging offer the chance of a "momentous step
MPs have backed the recognition of the state of Palestine alongside Israel in an historic symbolic vote in the House of Commons
Britain will recognise a Palestinian state when it believes it will help the peace process, the Middle East Minister said
Parliament has opened the door for legislation that would prevent children from being exposed to second-hand smoke in cars
Britain has landed itself in a "constitutional mess" in the wake of the summer vote against military action in Syria, in
Where to British Foreign Policy now? More importantly will it transform the way the west deals with international tensions? The Parliamentary decision brings a chance of shifting the paradigm in British Foreign policy.
Former defence secretaries have backed the decision to wait for a report from UN weapons inspectors before taking action
The five things you need to know on Friday 7 June 2013... 1) MPs WILL GET A VOTE From the Independent's splash: "MPs have
A cross-party deal to reform the press in the UK has been reached, according to Labour. But party leaders appeared at loggerheads
Culture secretary Maria Miller has expressed hope that a cross-party deal on press regulation could still be struck ahead
Ed Miliband urged MPs to "stand up for the victims" of press abuse by enshrining a new press regulator in law in a crunch
A damning picture of communities stricken by poverty, crime and unrest, tenants savagely competing "Lord of the Flies" style
The Government’s controversial plans for a real-terms cut in working-age benefits have cleared their first Commons hurdle
As MPs gather to vote on plans to cap benefits and slash a further £5 billion from the welfare bill, a single mother affected
Ahead of Tuesday's Commons vote on benefits uprating, the Conservatives have launched an in-your-face poster campaign across