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Actor Michael Sheen tells HuffPost UK why shouting about kindness is so important.
John McDonnell slams 'national scandal' of debt.
Boris Johnson left isolated over Vote Leave defence and all the other news.
Welshman who played Tony Blair in The Queen failed to rule out entering politics on Peston On Sunday.
They “consciously uncoupled,” the comedian joked.
In the interests of clarity and for anyone who gives a monkey's, here's where I'm at. Like so many people, I'm worried about the effects on our civilisation of what appears to be an increasing emergence of forces and instincts across Europe and the West with anti-democratic, deeply authoritarian and worryingly demagogic elements. Whether they come from the left or the right of the political spectrum. Whether they were part of voting for or against Brexit. For or against Trump. Or any other of the votes or referendums that are going on.
He plans to fight the rise of the 'hard populist right'.
Bafta-nominated actor Michael Sheen has said he intends to give up his successful Hollywood career to focus on being a political
Time to end 'soggy consensus'
Owen Smith knows he has a mountain to climb to defeat Jeremy Corbyn. But he thinks that his Welsh roots, background in Government
Today the cost of crossing the English Channel has never been higher. Unicef's research estimates that smugglers and traffickers are now charging between £4,000 and £5,500 per person but for unaccompanied children, unable to pay these huge sums of money, this has forced them to take even more significant risks from committing crimes to raise the money to hiding in the back of refrigerated lorries.
'It's about your generation, not my generation'
Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign to register young voters in the EU referendum has become one of Labour’s most successful ever online
Five years, for any child, feels like a lifetime. For the millions of Syrian children whose lives have been turned upside down by the conflict, these last five years must have felt even longer than that. The conflict in Syria has now raged for half a decade, and in this time the millions of children affected have had to deal with more suffering and heartbreak than most of us will ever experience. The conflict has placed millions of children in terrible danger, and sadly a real end to the turmoil still seems a distant prospect. More than eight million Syrian children are now in urgent need of humanitarian aid in what is the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War II.
Welsh actor Michael Sheen has warned of the devastating impact job losses will have on his hometown of Port Talbot following
Actor Michael Sheen has caused a storm of controversy by criticising calls for the foreign aid budget to be diverted to help
Actor Michael Sheen has launched a petition urging the Welsh Government to stop housing homeless teenagers in bed and breakfast