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The Prime Minister is in no position to lecture anyone about lack of respect in political discourse.
By announcing new £800 fines for people attending house parties, the government is distracting from the reality of a rule-abiding public.
The Chancellor’s approach means the government is unlikely to fund a £500 payment for those who test positive.
Schools across England are still struggling to gain access to the devices they need to continue teaching the poorest students.
The loss of a service for unpaid carers in Tower Hamlets, east London, reveals how austerity is still scuppering Britain’s recovery.
The Tories gained nothing from their four-year love-in with Donald Trump – and now they are suffering the consequences.
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