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Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said that 'we can't leave it to other countries to keep our streets safe'
The Government has already set out controversial proposals for seven-day working by hospital consultants, raising the prospect of a national strike by junior doctors
The Premier League is to expand its school sports programme from 4,100 schools to 10,000 schools by 2018 and to every primary school by 2021
Exclusive: Former Lib Dem leader hopes to build support for new approach at 2016 UN meeting
- Corporate giants to be forced to 'pay their fair share of taxes'
- Pledge to ensure Britain's economic institutions are 'fit for purpose'
Mr Corbyn, (right) worked in his father’s campaign team during the Labour leadership election and previously as a researcher for Mr McDonnell
'A new politics needs a new economics', he will argue
Both Jeremy Corbyn and Tom Watson have reassured MPs that they oppose moves to make them face mandatory reselection meetings before the general election
An insight into the private side of the Labour leader has emerged in a question-and-answer interview with the New Statesman
The party will switch its Parliamentary campaigning focus to the Lords as it attempts to block a range of contentious legislation
Prime Minister criticised by defence chiefs for strategy in Syria and Libya, reports Nigel Morris
Clegg plans to channel much of his political effort into making the case for continued British membership in the EU
Leader says he wants to unite party after naming 'inclusive' Shadow Cabinet
His has been an often lonely struggle to keep the light of socialism burning
Chuka Umunna's departure brings to ten the number of shadow ministers who have left the front bench following the veteran left-winger’s dramatic leadership victory
Several prominent figures have said they will not serve under the new leader