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Every single vote will count, says Theresa May during election visit to Wales

Every single vote will count, says Theresa May during election visit to Wales

The Prime Minister insisted she was “not complacent”.

8:53pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Trudy Harrison makes maiden speech days before seeking re-election

Trudy Harrison makes maiden speech days before seeking re-election

Her voice cracked as she thanked her family for their support in becoming Copeland MP in February.

8:53pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Theresa May warns ministers against election complacency

Theresa May warns ministers against election complacency

The Prime Minister used a political meeting of the Cabinet at 10 Downing Street to remind ministers that recent polls had proved wrong.

3:03pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Andrew Tyrie quits Commons after ‘exhilarating’ 20 years

Andrew Tyrie quits Commons after ‘exhilarating’ 20 years

The Remain campaigner has been head of the Treasury Select Committee.

2:43pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Tories ‘not prepared to divulge’ details of activist’s death, says father

Tories ‘not prepared to divulge’ details of activist’s death, says father

Ray Johnson said a full party report into the death of his son Elliott had not been handed over to police, despite more than one request being made.

12:20pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

PHOTOS: Labour shadow chancellor greets Southampton residents

Visit of Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell to Bitterne Precinct for a Labour Party rally.                           Picture: Chris Moorhouse.

ONE hundred Labour supporters gathered as shadow chancellor John McDonnell issued a message of hope and rebuilding ahead of the general election.

5:00am Wednesday 26 April 2017

‘Little prospect’ of pro-Remain electoral pact in Northern Ireland

‘Little prospect’ of pro-Remain electoral pact in Northern Ireland

Sinn Fein’s Stormont leader Michelle O’Neill urged a rethink.

7:23pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Sugar tax survives but tax avoidance plans delayed as MPs approve slimmed Budget

Sugar tax survives but tax avoidance plans delayed as MPs approve slimmed Budget

Some of the tax avoidance proposals announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond in March were among the policies removed.

5:23pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Court to examine delay to Government’s air pollution plans

Court to examine delay to Government’s air pollution plans

Ministers cited election purdah rules on policy announcements.

2:03pm Tuesday 25 April 2017

Jail for man who made ‘Jo Cox’ threat against MP Anna Soubry

Jail for man who made ‘Jo Cox’ threat against MP Anna Soubry

John Wombell has been sentenced to eight weeks in prison and given a restraining order.

10:43pm Tuesday 25 April 2017
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