'Offensive' Empire honours titles must go, says Labour's Kate Green

'Offensive' Empire honours titles must go, says Labour's Kate Green
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Kate Green says the association of CBEs and other medals with the empire is hurtful to people.

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BBC.co.uk | 24. 06. 2021 13:22:22 | Politics

The costs of the NHS dealing with obesity in the UK are "vast" and it was time to "get a grip on it", says the PM.

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SkyNews.com | 24. 06. 2021 13:20:04 | Politics

Boris Johnson has indicated that a relaxation of travel rules for those who have had two doses of a coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon.

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BBC.co.uk | 24. 06. 2021 12:58:26 | Politics

Cabinet minister George Eustice warns against getting "carried away" by a "staged gunnery exercise".

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SkyNews.com | 24. 06. 2021 11:29:24 | Politics

A ban on junk food adverts before the 9pm watershed will come into force at the end of next year, with increased online restrictions also introduced.

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BBC.co.uk | 24. 06. 2021 11:10:43 | Politics

Ministers say children must cut down on products high in fat, salt and sugar, amid rising obesity.

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SkyNews.com | 24. 06. 2021 09:10:17 | Politics

There will be no "legal compulsion" to wear face masks once England's coronavirus restrictions are lifted, the environment secretary has told Sky News, as he said he will ditch his face covering when the rule is scrapped.

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BBC.co.uk | 24. 06. 2021 00:36:50 | Politics

Matthew Doyle's appointment comes amid a shake-up of the Labour leader's backroom team.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 23:43:08 | Politics

Presiding Officer Elin Jones is not happy with their "proliferation" in contributions via video.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 19:36:04 | Politics

The level of rape prosecutions dominated early exchanges at Prime Minister's Questions.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 18:33:53 | Politics

The UK's vaccine rollout has saved more than 14,000 lives, and prevented 44,500 hospital admissions in England alone, including 2,500 in the past two weeks, according to vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 17:30:18 | Politics

Five years after the EU referendum, people in Britain's "Leave" capital give their views on Brexit.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 16:54:55 | Politics

Labour accuses the government of failing to protect the armed forces.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 16:39:08 | Politics

Changes could be made to exams in 2022 and thereafter to take into account the disruption faced by pupils because of the coronavirus pandemic, the education secretary has suggested.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 15:35:05 | Politics

The Department for Education backs the idea - but Scotland's first minister calls it "ludicrous".

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 15:15:59 | Politics

Ian Blackford asks the prime minister if Covid funds were used to conduct polling on the Union.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 15:14:11 | Politics

Boris Johnson has apologised to victims and survivors of rape for the delays they have faced in securing justice.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 15:00:16 | Politics

Some people will not be able to work, rent property or access healthcare from next month, the SNP’s Philippa Whitford says.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 15:00:15 | Politics

The Labour leader asks the PM to explain why convictions and prosecutions are at a “record low”.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 14:35:31 | Politics

The PM appears to contradict his justice secretary, as he vows to improve prosecution rates.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 12:09:57 | Politics

The UK government is confident of agreeing changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol with the European Union, MPs have been told.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 10:46:18 | Politics

The UK's travel industry is holding a day of action to put pressure on the government to reopen the sector and give more financial support to businesses.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 10:07:19 | Politics

Families along the border tell stories of partition and how lives changed entirely overnight.

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SkyNews.com | 23. 06. 2021 04:38:31 | Politics

The deadline for applications to the government's EU Settlement Scheme will not be extended beyond the end of June, a minister has warned, as tens of thousands face having their benefits cut.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 04:20:56 | Politics

It is "foolish" to talk about Indyref2 when the UK is recovering from Covid, Michael Gove says.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 02:14:59 | Politics

The Home Office says people with a reasonable excuse for a delay can complete their forms later.

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BBC.co.uk | 23. 06. 2021 01:10:30 | Politics

The Foreign Office is accused of lacking transparency and openness on spending reductions.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 23:33:48 | Politics

The UK's decision to leave the EU five years ago will allow the country to "seize" its true potential when recovering from the pandemic, Boris Johnson has said.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 22:13:43 | Politics

The government has backed a campaign calling on school children to celebrate One Britain One Nation Day this week by singing a patriotic song.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 21:20:19 | Politics

Footage showed Newsnight political editor Nicholas Watt being taunted near Downing Street.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 18:04:46 | Politics

A Labour MP who is a member of the Education Committee has accused Conservatives on the committee of fuelling "culture wars" by claiming that terminology like "white privilege" may have contributed towards a "systemic neglect" of white working-class pupils.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 17:19:20 | Politics

The current COVID-19 restrictions in Scotland will remain in place until 19 July after a 40% increase in new cases in the last week, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 16:35:21 | Politics

The Lagan Valley MP is the only candidate to become the fifth leader in the party's history.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 16:08:50 | Politics

The current COVID-19 restrictions in Scotland will remain in place until 19 July after a 40% increase in new cases in the last week, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 16:05:24 | Politics

An ex-Tory chancellor criticises the project as "silly" but a minister insists it will "pay for itself".

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 15:29:33 | Politics

Middlewich Town Council could not legally meet online and its usual venue is being used for vaccinations.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 15:18:45 | Politics

Travel firm TUI has joined a number of airlines in suing the government over its traffic light travel system, it announced on Tuesday.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 13:50:11 | Politics

Conservative peer Lord Clarke has called the possibility of a new royal yacht "silly populist nonsense".

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 13:43:29 | Politics

A former soldier in the Ulster Defence Regiment, the Troubles had a profound effect on Sir Jeffrey Donaldson but he rarely speaks of his family's loss.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 13:43:28 | Politics

It is "hard to see" how the Northern Ireland Protocol can remain sustainable in its current form, the Brexit minister has told MPs.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 13:39:54 | Politics

Baroness Chapman will shadow Brexit minister Lord Frost, in a shake-up of the Labour leader's team.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 13:10:03 | Politics

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson will be the next leader of the DUP - the party's third in the space of two months.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 11:54:15 | Politics

The health secretary has insisted the government will deliver a plan for the reform of social care this year, as he refused to be drawn on whether a key meeting on the issue between him, the prime minister and the chancellor has been postponed.

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BBC.co.uk | 22. 06. 2021 09:59:05 | Politics

Northern Ireland's first parliament was officially opened by the then King George V on 22 June 1921.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 08:31:20 | Politics

Quarantine-free travel to amber list countries for people who have been fully vaccinated is "absolutely something" the government is "working on", the health secretary has told Sky News.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 03:09:10 | Politics

MPs and peers have warned the government that a controversial Bill which places curbs on demonstrations will restrict peaceful protest in a way that is inconsistent with human rights.

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SkyNews.com | 22. 06. 2021 00:19:35 | Politics

Joining a trans-Pacific trade deal is an "exciting opportunity" for the UK to build on its "entrepreneurial spirit and free-trading history", Boris Johnson has said.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 23:04:17 | Politics

The use of terms including "white privilege" may have contributed to the "neglect" of white working-class pupils in the education system, a Commons committee has found.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 19:39:03 | Politics

Labour should attack the government over its record on violent crime, Dominic Cummings has said, as he continued his assault on ministers.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 18:28:14 | Politics

Edwin Poots, the DUP leader ousted after 21 days in the job, has told Sky News he nominated a First Minister against his party's wishes to fight the Brexit Protocol.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 16:04:50 | Politics

This year will be a "difficult" one for international travel "whatever happens" with coronavirus, the prime minister has said.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 15:04:22 | Politics

Nicola Sturgeon has accused Andy Burnham of "generating a spat" with her over Scotland's newly-imposed Greater Manchester travel ban, as the political fallout from the decision continues.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 13:26:50 | Politics

The prime minister has said it is "looking good" for 19 July to be the "terminus point" for England's coronavirus restrictions - but did not rule out the prospect of further lockdowns in the winter.

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BBC.co.uk | 21. 06. 2021 13:21:29 | Politics

Seven organisations representing the sector in England say a plan must be published within a month.

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SkyNews.com | 21. 06. 2021 12:34:27 | Politics

The health secretary has told Sky News the government is looking at scrapping the 10-day self-isolation requirement for people who have had two jabs.

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BBC.co.uk | 21. 06. 2021 11:41:42 | Politics

Health secretary Matt Hancock tells BBC Breakfast about plans for a Covid booster jab programme.

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BBC.co.uk | 21. 06. 2021 00:20:48 | Politics

Boris Johnson says the country will be able to "breathe life into more breakthroughs that transform lives".

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SkyNews.com | 20. 06. 2021 23:34:13 | Politics

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has created new roles for Sir Patrick Vallance and established new science units, in a bid to make the UK a so-called "science superpower".

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SkyNews.com | 20. 06. 2021 18:18:29 | Politics

Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said Scotland's imposition of a travel ban to the northwest of England is "unnecessary", accusing its government of "hypocrisy".

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SkyNews.com | 20. 06. 2021 15:48:50 | Politics

Outdoor civil weddings will become legal in England and Wales for the first time from next month.

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SkyNews.com | 20. 06. 2021 12:59:05 | Politics

Matt Hancock did not withhold key COVID data ahead of the decision to postpone the easing of restrictions in England, the justice secretary has told Sky News.

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