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Britain's Green Party leader Natalie Bennett speaks during the party's general election campaign launch in central London on 24 February, 2015

Natalie Bennett admits LBC Radio interview was 'absolutely excruciating'

She insists she still has the backing of the party’s record 55,000 members

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Revealed: British MPs earned more than £7m outside of Parliament in 2014

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Sir Malcolm has resigned as MP and Parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee chairman

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'Cash for access scandal': Sir Malcolm Rifkind to step down as MP for Kensington

Rifkind to step down as MP amid 'cash for access' scandal

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Social media users have been unforgiving on a tough morning for the leader of the Greens

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Green Party leader Natalie Bennett: 'Putin has to walk away with something from Ukraine talks'

She urged Britain to rise above decades of 'Cold War thinking' and offer concessions for peace

Labour have suspended Jack Straw

'Cash for access' scandal: Jack Straw may take job with firm he helped win £75m contract

He and Sir Malcolm Rifkind were filmed meeting with a fake Chinese company

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The Tory MP has denied any wrongdoing meeting with fake Chinese firm

The national minimum wage is set to rise by 3 per cent from £6.50 to £6.70 an hour in October

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The Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) was finalised in Brussels last year – some three years later than initially expected

Tobacco industry waged ‘David and Goliath’ campaign against EU

British Medical Journal claims that the industry sought to 'subvert the democratic process'

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