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Prime Minister David Cameron visits Wells Lifeboat Station after the floods. Pictured with lifeboat station crew and Norman Lamb MP, left.
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SOME patients are being forced to wait in ambulances outside hospitals for hours because accident and emergency departments are too busy to take them, according to research.
Kevin Maguire says making the security services answerable to us offers better protection because they'd have to justify what they do The culture of secrecy and A deference surrounding spy chiefs isn't good for freedom or national A security.
It will a be huge slap in the face to workers who have endured wage decreases in real terms since the last election David Cameron and other party leaders face a huge backlash today after failing to order MPs to turn down a hefty A 7,600 pay rise.
LABOUR has selected former MSP Karen Whitefield as the party's Falkirk candidate to replace the disgraced MP Eric Joyce at the next general election in 2015.
Video: Andy Murray hailed our hero at Sunday Mail sports awards despite his mum telling the audience he could be the next Victor Meldrew ANDY recorded a speech via video but, upon seeing his deadpan delivery, Judy - there to accept the award on his behalf - said her son could take over from the grumpy character.
LABOUR today opens up a new front in its battle for the UK with a declaration that Scotland should back the Union to demonstrate "solidarity" with the poor in the rest of Britain.
Victoria Ayling, who defected from the Tories in March, talks about immigration and then adds: "I just want to send the lot back."
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British ambassador Vivien Life explains how to gain influence in Europe, why renewable energy is not the only solution to climate change, and how the Danish foreign minister gave her an almost religious experience Vivien Life has been the British ambassador in Denmark since 2012 and says there are many areas where the two countriesA' interests ... (more)
In Roman times they used to say that all roads led to the Milliarium Aureum, the golden milestone at the centre of Rome's forum.
In his autobiography, Mr Mandela recalled joking with fellow ANC leader Oliver Tambo during a 1962 visit to London that their statue might one day stand near Westminster Abbey.
Anti-apartheid campaigners paid tribute to the man they spent decades trying to free at a Nelson Mandela vigil in central London.
Behind the polls lead lies a growing dismay at the former Chancellor's 'comatose' leadership - even from those on his own side, writes George Kerevan I was in Number 11 Downing Street the night in September 2008 when RBS and HBOS went belly up.
Ed Miliband ordered a full parliamentary debate on December 18 on food banks after our call for action on UK hunger MPs will be forced to debate the scandal of British families going hungry after the Mirror Christmas Appeal petition was signed by 100,000 readers.