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What’s happening on rail is really a Conservative Government coming off the tracks, seeking scapegoats to smear to distract from its own disasters, says Kevin Maguire
Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting grew up on a council estate and says the Tories have failed to tackle the inequalities leaving children in a worse off position
Ten Premier League clubs have pushed up the prices of season tickets despite an ongoing cost of living crisis which has Brits struggling to put food on the table and pay soaring energy bills
After 12 years of austerity, two years of a Covid pandemic, Brits are now facing the worst Cost of Living crisis in decades - prompting thousands to take to the streets to call for a better future
Senior Conservative Jake Berry has broken ranks to warn the government the"only way out of a dispute is via negotiation" as the country was braced for walkouts that will spark mass disruption
Labour leader Keir Starmer has reportedly urged moderate frontbenchers to not let Labour "become a basket case again" as the party braces for Durham Police's response
The flight scheduled to take asylum seekers to Rwanda was grounded at MoD Boscombe Down, near Salisbury, Wilts, at the last minute on Tuesday after European judges intervened on human rights grounds
Boris Johnson has made so many unethical errors it is a shock to know he even had an adviser - we must all campaign for a replacement, says columnist Mark Steel
Keir Mudie says trhe Labour Party leader is ahead on the problems facing Britain, being an honest person and capable leadership - but people are confused about what Labour really stands for
They raised concerns about the “media exemption” in the forthcoming bill, which means social media firms don’t have to remove content published by news publishers
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey urged Labour supporters to back his party's candidate in Thursday's by-election in Tiverton and Honiton
Rachael Bletchly says the people of this country have to decide if they want a leader who’s devoid of ethics or one simply lacking charisma, after Keir Starmer was accused of being boring
Scotland Yard will now be under pressure to say whether the two figures are ministers or members of staff, and whether they went on to be fined despite failing to return the forms
Tory Nadheem Ahmed, who claimed his Labour rival was parachuted in, actually lives in a village outside Wakefield - in a neighbouring constituency
The Tory Brexit Opportunities minister was urged to stop “playing silly games for his own gratification” - and setting a bad example for other MPs
David Canzini, who joined Downing Street in February, said a petition to “save” the health service was a “stupid waste of time” in a string of messages in 2011
Nick Freeman, dubbed Mr Loophole for getting celebrity clients off driving offences on legal technicalities, called for the ban when ministers unveil their proposed overhaul of rules on scooters
Keir Starmer said the PM "does want the strikes to go ahead" so he can "feed off the division" when the country grinds to a halt
Mags Davies says when her gas and electricity bill went up from £89 to £208 in April, she blamed the bank, but later she was forced to sit down to try and figure out how to bring her expenses down
Simon Lightwood is determined to connect with as many constituents as he can before the crunch by-election on June 23. Mr Lightwood's selection to battle the Tories angered some in Labour circles last month.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be on course for two by-election defeats next week, as questions grow over his leadership
The Mayor of Greater Manchester spoke exclusively to the Daily Mirror as he hit the campaign trail in Wakefield, hoping he can help rebuild the Red Wall. The city lies more than 50 miles away from his Greater Manchester authority.
Several big names could be ditched including Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng, Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan and possibly even Chancellor Rishi Sunak
The TUC has organised a march to send a message to the Government that more needs to be done to tackle the cost of living crisis. The Government should listen and act
Rail strikes are due to cripple much of the network for three days next week. Wales Trades Union Congress President Brendan Kelly believes the action could – and should – spread to other industries
TUC Deputy General Secretary Paul Nowak says one-off payments to help families with energy bills won't make much difference in the long term - workers will still struggle to pay their bills this autumn
Brian Reade believes his generation is the jammiest around as they enjoyed foreign travel, free higher education and cheap mortages - and pensioners should follow Mick Jagger's lead and keep on rocking
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed the news he is in Ukraine to meet President Volodymyr Zelensky with a tweet saying it is "good to be in Kyiv again"
Labour Party Deputy Leader Angela Rayner says the Conservative Party should stop attacking workers' rights and ensure everyone is paid fairly for the work they do.
General Secretary of Unite the Union Sharon Graham says strike action is not easy for the workers involved, but often is the only solution when companies try to cut their pay
The cost of living crisis is having devastating impacts on millions of people. Now, thousands are set to march to demand that the government take action on rising food and energy bills
We're at the point where there are literally no ethics left in Downing Street, says Fleet Street Fox
In a town forever made famous by William the Conqueror’s defeat of arrow-in-the-eye King Harold in 1066, workers are struggling to make ends meet saying they were "better off" years ago
Prime Minister Boris Johnson had been due to speak at a gathered of the Northern Research Group in Doncaster and has yet to visit Wakefield to campaign ahead of Thursday's key by-election
The Greater Manchester Mayor said it was 'entirely their right' for RMT members to walk out next week and accused Tories of 'demonise' workers
The European Commission's recommendation for Ukraine be granted EU candidate status is just the first step on a process that could decades, however
Tessa Milligan, Chair of Open Labour, says the party must pitch its vibrant local and regional voices against the tired old ham actors of Whitehall, spouting their meaningless and insincere three word phrases
Former anti-corruption tsar John Penrose has said failing to replace Lord Geidt would leave "damaging questions dangling" over Downing Street
The Wikileaks founder is wanted in the US over the leak of classified documents in 2010 and 2011
Influential backbencher Jake Berry said parties that fail to listen to their voters face 'political annihilation' as he calls on the PM to lower taxes
Pam Smailes is a councillor in Yarm on Teesside - but 'really disillusioned' with Boris Johnson's leadership. At 72, she has taken on three extra jobs just to make ends meet
Experts have warned that Britain may be sliding into a recession as inflation continues to soar and the Bank of England is forced to raise interest rates for the fifth time
Admiral Sir Tony Radakin branded Russia a 'more diminished power' and said that Vladimir Putin had lost 25% of Russia's land power for only 'tiny gains'
Lord Geidt resigned saying he was put in an 'impossible and odious' position by Boris Johnson. His predecessor, Sir Alex Allan, quit as the PM refused to sack Priti Patel for breaking the ministerial code
TUC General Secretary Frances O’Grady spoke at a rally ahead of Saturday’s cost of living demo in London. She said Boris Johnson is 'not a stupid man' but 'is playing all the old tunes'
Major national rail strikes are taking place next week and the government and train operators have made latest announcements about whether - and how - you can get refunds. Here's what we know so far
Wakefield Conservative candidate Nadeem Ahmed said the former MP for the West Yorkshire seat, who was jailed for sexually assaulting a boy, was "one bad apple"
First Minister Mark Drakeford spoke to the Mirror as his party marks a centenary since the first time it topped the polls in Wales
Tory ministers are drawing up plans to hire agency workers to fill the gaps left by striking railway workers. But it's prompted a backlash from unions, Labour - and even recruitment agencies
Labour said the “rot and rule-breaking” had spread “through this Tory government to the very top”