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MPs and peers calling for drug policy reform say human rights legislation could be used to decriminalise possession, purchase and growing of drugs

Jeremy Corbyn outside King’s Cross station on Tuesday to announce his plans to renationalise the railways

Labour leadership: Vote for Jeremy Corbyn if you want to stay in opposition, David Blunkett tells party

Former Labour Home Secretary praises Jeremy Corbyn for being very good at opposition, including within his own party

Jeremy Corbyn answers questions from the media outside King's Cross Station on August 18, 2015 in London, England.

Jeremy Corbyn blasts Iain Duncan Smith for 'truly shameful' fake quotes promoting benefit sanctions regime

Labour leadership front-runner adds his name to growing list of critics condemning the DWP after it admitted fabricating comments on leaflets

Watch: Jeremy Corbyn hits back at Tories who complain about his 'scruffy' dress sense in the 1980s

Video of a 35-year-old Jeremy Corbyn in 1984 gives us a taste of things to come if front-runner succeeds in winning Labour leadership

Jeremy Corbyn addresses a crowd in central London during campaigning

Labour leadership race: Corbyn win 'done deal' predicts Paddy Power, as it pays out on bets

Corbyn started the race with odds of 100/1

Buses queue up for passengers on the streets of Manchester

Bus service 'decimation' leaves millions across England isolated due to council budgets cuts, warns report

Think-tank reveals bus use outside London has fallen by 36.5 per cent since services were deregulated in 1986 and calls for the establishment of 'total transport authorities'

Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham speaking at the Peoples Museum in Manchester on Monday

Andy Burnham accuses senior Labour figures of creating 'bad blood' amid Jeremy Corbyn attacks

Burnham's comments came amid tensions between the candidates who fear that Corbyn could have gained an unstoppable groundswell of support

A protest poster at a proposed fracking site at Kirby Misperton, Ryedale, North Yorkshire

Government accused of protecting Tory-voting South as every one of the 27 newly-awarded fracking sites is in the North and Midlands

'It looks suspiciously like the Tories are trying to avoid fracking taking place in their heartlands by pushing as much of it as possible up north'

The Home Secretary, Theresa May

Theresa May set to sign new deal with French government to tackle migrant crisis

The deal will include measures to deal with the gangs who traffic migrants, and a promise to step up humanitarian support

Iain Duncan Smith accused of misleading the public with fake quotes promoting the Government's benefit sanctions system

Department for Work and Pensions admitted fabricating comments from supposed 'benefit claimants' that appeared in leaflets

Neil Kinnock welcomed Ed Miliband as Labour leader

Labour leadership: 'No sane person would want to be Leader of the Opposition' - Neil Kinnock issues health warning - and he should know

Former Labour leader advises anyone wanting a 'satisfactory decade in their 40s' not to apply to be Labour leader

Sir Edward aboard his yacht, ‘Morning Cloud’, in 1971. Police in Jersey are investigating claims that he visited a children’s home that is now at the centre of a child sex-abuse inquiry

Ted Heath child abuse claims: North Yorkshire prison officer in allegation against former PM

North Yorkshire said the alleged offence did not take place in the county

David Cameron is spotted eating Pringles on an Easyjet flight to Portugal

David Cameron spotted on easyJet flight eating paprika-flavoured Pringles

Teenage girl was shocked to be sitting three seats away from the Prime Minister on a flight to Portugal

DWP admits making up quotes by 'benefit claimants' saying sanctions helped them

The statements were for 'illustrative purposes only' and attached to stock photos, the department says

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn answers critics' 'ludicrous and wrong' anti-semitism questions

Mr Corbyn was asked about meeting with Paul Eisen and Raed Salah

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