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03:24 David Cameron is told food banks are no myth after being accused of...   - 8 Hours ago
DAVID Cameron’s smear tactics against a Christian food bank charity provoked a furious backlash yesterday. A Labour MP accused him of trying to conceal the fact Britain is becoming “the hungry man of
  
    



British government refutes Turks and Caicos economic citizenship claim   - 8 Hours ago
By Caribbean News Now contributor PROVIDENCIALES, Turks and Caicos Islands -- Britain’s Home Office has refuted a claim by promoters of a resort in the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) that investors are
  
    




Green MP found not guilty in fracking court case   - 9 Hours ago
Apr 18, 2014 Coal, Gas & Oil , Sustainability & Environment 0 Caroline Lucas MP at Balcombe protest. Image: Thinkstock MP and former Green Party leader Caroline Lucas was ruled not guilty of
  
    



Euro-MPs agree to close loopholes on rights for 'posted' foreign workers   - 9 Hours ago
Legislation to ensure minimum wage and other rights is "an important step forward" for the rights of workers temporarily posted in other EU member states says Green MEP Jean Lambert. Green MEP Jean
  
    



New rules risks making London's airports noisier, warns Euro-MP   - 9 Hours ago
Green MEP Jean Lambert calls the revision on aviation rules "a blow for all European citizens living near airports", which will now enable the European Commission to overrule flight restrictions at airports,
  
    



Two nuclear firms seek to invest in new UK reactors   - 9 Hours ago
CGNPC, CNNC to help fund new plant in Britain China's nuclear companies are looking into the possibility of owning a controlling stake in a UK nuclear project, a source at a Chinese State-owned nuclear
  
    


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Speaker: Party leaders must do more about rowdy MPs   - 10 Hours ago
Party leaders are not doing enough to get rowdy MPs under control at PMQs, the Speaker of the House of Commons told Radio 4's PM programme. In a wide-ranging interview covering MPs expenses and sexual
  
    



Speaker warns MPs put off PMQs by 'cacophony of noise'   - 10 Hours ago
MPs are increasingly put off Prime Ministers Questions (PMQs) by the "histrionics and cacophony of noise", the Speaker of the House of Commons has warned. John Bercow said women MPs and "seasoned parliamentarians"
  
    



David Cameron Stung By Jellyfish In Lanzarote   - 10 Hours ago
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MPs put off PMQs by bad behaviour, warns speaker   - 10 Hours ago
MPs are increasingly put off Prime Ministers Questions (PMQs) by the "histrionics and cacophony of noise", the Speaker of the House of Commons has warned. John Bercow said women MPs and "seasoned parliamentarians"
  
    



Balcombe Fracking Protests: Caroline Lucas MP and Four Others Found Not Guilty (4/17/14)   - 8 Hours ago
WASHINGTON, April 17 -- Friends of the Earth issued the following news release: Commenting today (Thursday 17 April 2014) on the trial of Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and the four other activists involved
  
    



David Cameron is told food banks are no myth after being accused of trying to hide   - 8 Hours ago
PRIME Minister's smear tactics against a Christian charity are condemned as Labour MP says Britain is the hungry man of Europe. DAVID Cameron’s smear tactics against a Christian food bank charity provoked
  
    


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'Unfinished business' enough to keep Commons at Celtic   - 8 Hours ago
The Celtic forward, named yesterday as a nominee for the Cheque Centre/PFA Scotland Premiership Player of the Year award alongside team-mates Virgil van Dijk and Fraser Forster, as well as Kilmarnock's
  
    



Exclusive A FORMER UK Prime Minister has called on the world to help make sure every   - 8 Hours ago
A FORMER UK Prime Minister has called on the world to help make sure every young person is in school by the end of next year. Brown was UK Prime Minister from 2007 to 2010 Gordon Brown, now
  
    



PM on holiday PM David Cameron has been enjoying a holiday with his family in the   - 8 Hours ago
PM David Cameron has been enjoying a holiday with his family in the Canary Islands this week. The Prime Minister jetted to Lanzarote for an Easter break. He enjoyed some time off with his wife
  
    



17-Apr-14 - U.K. Should be Unashamedly 'Evangelical' About Its Christian Faith,   - 9 Hours ago
Says Christianity Could Transform the 'Spiritual, Physical and Moral' State of Britain LONDON, April 17, 2014 (Zenit.org) - Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has said the United Kingdom should be
  
    



Where’s Boris? Islington MP storms into City Hall to seek answers over Mount Pleasant   - 10 Hours ago
MP Emily Thornberry at City Hall with Cllr James Murray and Labour supporters MP Emily Thornberry talks with a protester at City Hall. Inset left: Mayor Boris Johnson Published: 17 April, 2014
  
    



MPs urge action over invasive species   - 10 Hours ago
MPs have called on the Government to introduce new legal powers that could stem the spread of invasive species of plants and animals. The Environmental Audit Committee says current measures are “too
  
    



AFP - Britain-politics-Labour-US-Obama   - 10 Hours ago
Britain-politics-Labour-US-Obama Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Britain's Labour Party hires Obama election strategist LONDON, April 17, 2014 (AFP) - David Axelrod, the mastermind behind US President
  
    



Sinn Féin apologise to Bishop John McAreavey (Dromore)   - 10 Hours ago
Sinn Fein apologises to bishop - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Quote: Sinn Fein has apologised to a Catholic bishop for misrepresenting his views on abortion. West Belfast MP Paul Maskey said letters
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Nerinx Hall rallies back for double-overtime win over Westminster   - 8 Hours ago
TOWN & COUNTRY •  Nerinx Hall junior Susie Mathias spent much of her afternoon scoring goals. But it was a defensive save in her own crease with seconds left in the second overtime that saved the day
  
    



Salmond in tribute to Iolaire victims   - 8 Hours ago
ALEX Salmond has paid tribute to the victims of one of Britain's worst maritime disasters which took place off the Western Isles. The First Minister spoke movingly about the loss of the HMY Iolaire off
  
    



The census bureau and Obamacare: Gottlieb on Fox News' 'Special Report'   - 9 Hours ago
Join us at AEI as the Right Honorable Liam Fox sits down with Marc Thiessen to discuss and debate whether America’s intelligence agencies have infringed on the personal privacy of US citizens.
  
    



Don't axe 2021 census, MPs advise   - 4/17/2014
It is "too soon" to decide whether to scrap the national census and the 2021 survey should go ahead as planned, MPs have advised the government. In its latest report, the Public Administration Select
  
    



PMQs 'so bad' female MPs avoid it   - 17 Hours ago
The Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow has said several seasoned female MPs have told him the weekly Prime Minister's Questions is so rowdy they no longer take part. It will add to concern
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