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When local boys in Butetown left to join Isis, the local Muslim community was shell-shocked and villified. But a group of young women is working to make things better.
"When we leave Europe, we'll be able to remove it, and rest assured we will."
A new internal campaign has called Ed Miliband's tuition fee cut a "weak policy" and is calling for the complete abolition of tuition fees.
What does Justine Thornton’s decision to use her husband’s surname "in political life" tell us about her husband's approach to electoral politics?
New statistics suggest that over 40,000 black, Asian and ethnic minority people aged 18 to 24 have been unemployed for more than 12 months.
The men and women behind the shadow chancellor.
The debate about the debates is a process story of little interest to the electorate.
Some politicians are finally beginning to realise that they can't bury these scandals under the carpet. But real action is needed, and fast.
Caroline Lucas and Andrew George, a Liberal Democrat rebel, are working together on a bill that could be a roadmap for the NHS.
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