Labour face a tricky task in holding onto the seat.
Housing benefit and tax credits subsidise exploitative landlords and employers
While 12.5 per cent of pupils come from private schools, just 2.5 per cent are on free school meals.
Theresa May is acquiring a reputation for aggression and clannishness.
English councils have already lost a fifth of spending power through cuts.
A man who has (unsuccessfully) sued the Environmental Protection Agency for excessive regulation is now in charge of it.
At current processing rates, it could take 150 years for everyone to get permanent residence.
The veteran campaigner said that the Aleppo bombing is a "modern-day Guernica".
Jon Lansman and his allies' narrative doesn't add up, argues Rida Vaquas.
I didn't do it.
The MP was attacked as a teenager.
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