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The Home Secretary's new measures to tackle knife crime will waste police time and money. A public health approach is needed.
The prime minister has not set a date but has instead formalised the inevitable: her position would always have been untenable by June anyway.
Tommy Robinson and Carl Benjamin have repeatedly been drenched with milkshake while out on the European elections campaign trail. Why?
Following a historic performance by her party in the local elections, the Green Party MP says energy and climate change have become major electoral issues
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Despite tensions between London and Dublin over Brexit and the murder of Lyra McKee, the Good Friday Agreement is strong enough to survive.
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