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He said the government has inflicted “great misery” through a decade of austerity.
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In a shock resignation at almost midnight, one of the leading figures responsible for Brexit negotiations has quit his cabinet post.
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They were previously only available to same-sex couples.
The protracted legal battle to allow opposite sex couples to enter into civil partnerships reached the Supreme Court today, as campaigners Rebecca Steinfeld and Charles Keidan call on the government … Continued
A new report has found the Met Police’s database is ‘racially discriminatory’