Tom Watson says it is destroying Labour. Its supporters say it is a vital force for change. Our correspondent spent six months following the movement, and asks: what is the truth about Momentum?
When the last shift ended at Kellingley Colliery, North Yorkshire, in December 2015, it marked the end of deep coal mining in Britain. Since the early 1980s, over 250,000 jobs were lost in the industry and whilst regeneration efforts over the last 30 years have reclaimed sites, creating new housing and the infrastructure for new businesses and jobs, the scale of these losses was huge, and deep-seated social and economic problems remain.
The Met Police is treating the events in Westminster as a "terrorist incident".
George Eaton, who was in parliament at the time of the attack, on what he saw.
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The PM is facing resistance both to funding cuts and grammar schools.
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Leaving the UK would mean huge cuts to public services
It is too late for the Republicans to replace their scandal-tainted candidate.
The government is a micromanaging, stingy boss to England's state educators, argues teacher Jun Bo Chan.
Critics are questioning why the security measure only applies to airlines coming from the Middle East.
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