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UN investigating British Government over human rights abuses caused by IDS welfare reforms

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Two of the Syrian migrants who arrived by inflatable dinghy on Kos island from Turkey yesterday, at dawn

Theresa May says jobless migrants should be banned from entering the UK

'Reducing net EU migration need not mean undermining the principle of free movement', she says

David Cameron 'lacked balls' to take military action in Syria, says former Army chief

'The problem is the inability to think things through'

Houses of Parliament in Westminster, central London

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'All the invasive surveys, including the foundations, need to be completed now'

Yvette Cooper attends a question and answer session with party supporters at the County Hall buildings on August 17, 2015

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'I am not going to stand back while this Government takes aim at hard-fought workers’ rights'

Stella Creasy, MP for Walthamstow, speaks to members of the public outside the Houses of Parliament

Stella Creasy: 'Housing is the absolute top priority' for Labour party

'I’m not the cool candidate , the amount of grief I get from my family about that'

Gloria De Piero, who is calling for an annual 'Equal Pay Check'

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Two members of the Shadow Cabinet urge the Government to go further than currently proposed to close the gender wage gap

Jeremy Corbyn is widely tipped to become the Labour Party's next leader

Jeremy Corbyn woos North by promising to fight 'cruel deception' of George Osborne's economic powerhouse plans

Leadership candidate sets up new body to put forward policy ideas to rebalance economy and favour Labour heartlands

Paris train attack: Theresa May joins European Ministers at security summit after foiled railway plot

Home Secretary Theresa May is attending along with eight European ministers

Two of the Syrian migrants who arrived by inflatable dinghy on Kos island from Turkey yesterday, at dawn

Migrant crisis: Yvette Cooper to put forward 'humane' asylum policy to counter Government's 'dishonest' immigration targets

The shadow Home Secretary will pledge a wholesale review of asylum policy

Teresa Gorman in 1991. She held her seat as an MP until 2001, when she stood down

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She said she wanted to be remembered as 'St Teresa of the menopause'

Rupert Murdoch with Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, who was cleared of conspiring to hack phones

Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch's News Corp could face corporate charges as CPS receives evidence

Those holding the highest roles in the News Corporation have consistently maintained that they knew nothing of illegal activities or payments

A general view of City Hall and the River Thames in London

Report reveals significant rise in homeless and low income families 'socially cleansed' out of London

Homeless families are being moved out and those eligible for free school meals are disappearing

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn: Poems for Corbyn e-book includes poem that repeats 'No Blair' 21 times

More than 5,000 people have downloaded the left-leaning collection

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