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Veteran politician Tony Benn and chairman and BBC journalist Guto Harri appear for a Question and Answer session at Galeri Caernarfon in 2008 In a statement his children Stephen, Hilary, Melissa and Joshua said: "It is with great sadness that we announce that our father Tony Benn died peacefully early this morning at his home in west London ... (more)
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Conservative political beliefs threaten to undermine the progress made in science, particular in the US where the debate has shifted to the right, a top astronomer has warned.
ALISTAIR Darling, the head of the pro-UK Better Together campaign, has said he is frustrated by Alex Salmond's continued refusal to face him in a live TV debate about the country's future.
Prime Minister David Cameron will focus on his fight to keep Scotland in the UK as he opens the Scottish Conservative party conference.
Liberal Democrat MP Lorley Burt walks on stage wearing a Nigel Farage mask at the party's spring conference in York.
The UK government is centralising services in Swansea but it will not mean new jobs at its headquarters in Wales.
On March 12, 1984, National Union of Mineworkers leader Arthur Scargill declared that a number of strikes at various coal fields across Britain were to become a national strike.
Support for Scottish independence has reached its highest level for more than six months, according to a new opinion poll.
Conservative candidate Emma McClarkin canvassed opinion from visitors to Boston's market as part of the party's campaign for the forthcoming European elections.
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His pro-Jewish speech came as leading British vet called for a ban on traditional kosher and halal meat, calling for more humane methods In a strongly pro-Jewish speech to the Israeli Knesset, Mr Cameron said he would never allow a ban on the production of kosher meat, despite a call from Britain's leading vet for it to be replaced by more humane ... (more)
The risks of a Brexit have just shrunk a lot. Ed Miliband, the UK's leader of the opposition, has virtually ruled out a referendum on Britain's European Union membership if he becomes prime minister in 2015.
Sunday People political editor Nigel Nelson sees Elvis brought back to life as Nick Clegg is told: "You ain't nothin' but a lapdog" You might think the Prime Minister has enough troubles at home.
UKIP representatives claiming 'democracy has failed' in Uttoxeter have visited the town to gather support for proposed by-elections in four of its wards.
Ed Miliband has drawn battle lines with the Tories over Europe by effectively ruling out a referendum on British membership - unless Brussels makes a grab for fresh powers.
The PM said, who will also be accompanied by Conservative Party donors, said: "It will be an important visit - a visit focused on the future."