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02/02/2023 05:20:05 PM
200,000 teachers to strike in biggest shutdown for three decades
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Teachers strike a ‘good example’ to pupils, union head says
Tory MP compares government to band on the Titanic in leaked messages
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Sunak sacks Zahawi after tax probe finds ‘serious breach’ of rules
Boris Johnson tops list as MPs declare £8m in outside earnings
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Political headache to replace Zahawi as allies back Johnson for role
Sunak makes surprise intervention on Ukraine as anniversary looms
UK leader fires party chairman over tax bill allegations
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Starmer: Labour PM, chancellor and deputy PM would publish tax returns
Johnson: UK will be sucked back into EU’s orbit if Labour take over
Italy’s premier visits Libya for talks on energy and migration
BBC Politics
02/02/2023 05:19:59 PM
Raab bullying probe another time bomb under PM Ministers say they expect Rishi Sunak's deputy to be the next senior figure to be shown the door.
PM under pressure to say what he knew about Raab
Union leader calls for Raab to be suspended
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PM under pressure to say what he knew about Raab
Union leader calls for Raab to be suspended
Third top official gives evidence to Raab probe
Could Labour's squeeze on non-doms backfire? Will Labour's pledge to end tax perks for the rich if they win power drive money away from the UK?
Bank boss hopes worst of economic crisis over Interest rates rise to 4% as the Bank says the slump will last just over a year rather than almost two.
Early help promised in children's care system plan The government's plan needs to go further and faster, the author of a major review into the system says.
FM: Rapist 'almost certainly' faking trans status Nicola Sturgeon was responding to a claim by a victim of Isla Bryson that she was not "truly transgender".
Government announces inquiry into Omagh bombing An independent investigation will take place into the bombing that killed 29 people in 1998.
Bring back duty-free perk to boost London - mayor Bosses of Heathrow, Selfridges and Harrods are calling on the government to reinstate duty-free shopping.
Could Labour's squeeze on non-doms backfire? Will Labour's pledge to end tax perks for the rich if they win power drive money away from the UK?
Bank boss hopes worst of economic crisis over Interest rates rise to 4% as the Bank says the slump will last just over a year rather than almost two.
Early help promised in children's care system plan The government's plan needs to go further and faster, the author of a major review into the system says.
FM: Rapist 'almost certainly' faking trans status
Government announces inquiry into Omagh bombing
Bring back duty-free perk to boost London - mayor
Shell reports highest profits in 115 years 4
Labour MP apologises over 'fascist' Israel remark 23
Fraud-accused MP's drug use an open secret - court 1
MP gets death threats after Andrew Tate criticism 1
NI Protocol court deal reports talked down by EU 1
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WRU was in denial on sexism - acting chief exec
Supreme Court to rule on lawfulness of NI protocol By John Campbell
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Sturgeon faces questions over trans rapist
Raab bullying probe another time bomb under PM By Chris Mason & Nick Eardley
Politicians knew about WRU sexism claims, says MP By Paul Martin
Business relief as Anglesey bridge partly reopens
Brexit funding loss risks university research jobs By Charanpreet Khaira
PM under pressure to say what he knew about Raab By Chas Geiger
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East MPs call for region potential to be realised By Andrew Sinclair
Gaming as a teenager led to gambling away £500,000
Brexit a disaster for trade - business owner By Elizabeth Glinka
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