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How the cuts to legal aid have affected asylum-seekers, migrants and the lawyers who defend them.
Stories about working in politics are told largely by white men educated at Oxbridge - now I'm no longer beholden to politics full time, I decided to offer an alternative.
The shadow chancellor's fiscal stance is most notable for its familiarity.
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Molly descended the stairs and, going straight over to the ambassador, elbowed Tony Benn out of the way.
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The favourite to succeed Jeremy Corbyn criticised his leader only in code.
The Labour leader's unfocused questioning allowed David Cameron to walk away unharmed.
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