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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to reform hospital parking rules

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The PCC elections on 15 November are expected to see a turnout of less than 20 per cent

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Labour’s David Jamieson can celebrate being elected as the £100,000-a-year police and crime commissioner (PCC) for the West Midlands, but few voters seemed enthused by the ballot, with the turnout at just 10.32 per cent.

Speaker John Bercow under pressure over appointment of Australian to senior Commons role

Plans to appoint an Australian official said to have no knowledge of parliamentary proceedings to the post of clerk of the House of Commons are in doubt, as a senior backbench MP promised to force a debate on the subject on the day Parliament resumes.

Islamic State crisis: Britain urged to reforge alliance with Syria

The Government is under increasing pressure today to repair Britain’s relations with the Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, as senior politicians and military leaders insisted that he held the key to defeating the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group.

Research by the TUC shows that working families will be the worst hit by the latest welfare reforms

Working families hit twice as hard by Coalition cuts as jobseekers

TUC research will be damaging to David Cameron

The fallout from Right to Buy over the past 30 years means there is a now a chronic shortage in local authority housing

Social housing in crisis as too many homes are sold under Right to Buy

Councils struggling to cover social housing needs

Albert Reynolds death: Former Irish Prime Minister dies after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease

The Fianna Fáil politician served in office for just under three years, but in that time played a key role in advancing the Northern Irish peace process

David Cameron arrives at No 10 yesterday, after cutting short his holiday in Cornwall to hold a national security meeting on Iraq

James Foley death: David Cameron returns to lead condemnation of ‘brutal, barbaric’ murder of journalist

Video of Isis beheading of American prompts global hunt for jihadist murderer with British accent

The Ukip leader has consistently refused to be drawn on where he would mount an attempt to secure a parliamentary seat

Ukip leader Nigel Farage calls for Britons joining the Islamic State abroad to be stripped of British citizenship

His comments come after an Islamic State militant with a London accent was filmed beheading an American journalist on Tuesday

Lord Ashcroft is the biggest single donor in Conservative Party history, and is credited with putting them in power in 2010

Company links suggest Lord Ashcroft is funding the Tory party once more

Peer might have made sensational secret U-turn

Lord Ashcroft is the biggest single donor in Conservative Party history, and is credited with putting them in power in 2010

Lord Ashcroft's return to the Tory fold is a marriage of convenience

When Conservative fortunes hit rock bottom in 1997, the party had good reason to be grateful to Michael Ashcroft. The tycoon, who had made his fortune abroad, pumped £10m into the party’s depleted funds.

There are around 68,000 children in care

Number of children in care in England up 12 per cent

The number of children in council care in England has risen by 12 per cent, with overall costs calculated at £3.4bn.

Introducing Rupert, the Tory spy whose cover was blown on a Labour battle bus

Rupert the Young Conservative is not in line to be remembered as one of the great undercover operators of the age. He tried to infiltrate a Labour Party event, posing as a party activist, but overlooked some of the basics of successful spying – such as having a convincing back story and remembering his cover name.

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