'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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SkyNews.com | 17. 05. 2022 08:46:10 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 17. 05. 2022 06:54:52 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 17. 05. 2022 01:48:17 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 20:37:42 | Politics

A Conservative MP has suggested people could "incentivise granny annexes" to save money amid the cost of living crisis.

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BBC.co.uk | 16. 05. 2022 19:19:27 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 19:15:25 | Politics

Boris Johnson has said the UK needs to "proceed with a legislative solution" to the Northern Ireland Protocol as an "insurance" in case a deal is not reached with Brussels.

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BBC.co.uk | 16. 05. 2022 18:54:47 | Politics

Stop and search powers must be used "with respect" says the policing minster at the start of a campaign with officers targeting knife crime.

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Members of the Lords are not impressed with the levelling up secretary saying peers should leave London during restoration works in Parliament.

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Sir John Major warns about rising prices, as a minister is criticised for advocating people working more hours.

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 18:49:07 | Politics

Michael Gove has said he "wholeheartedly supports" temporarily relocating the House of Lords out of London while extensive restoration works are carried out.

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 18:11:36 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 16. 05. 2022 14:47:36 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 13:18:37 | Politics

Talks over the Northern Ireland Protocol are "kind of stuck", an EU source has told Sky News as Boris Johnson heads to Belfast to try to make headway on the issue.

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BBC.co.uk | 16. 05. 2022 12:28:45 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 09:11:06 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 16. 05. 2022 00:28:01 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 15. 05. 2022 18:17:21 | Politics

The government is planning to publish legislation to override the Northern Ireland Protocol, but Sky News understands the cabinet has still not agreed the wording.

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 05. 2022 17:27:51 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 05. 2022 13:43:36 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 05. 2022 13:21:48 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 15. 05. 2022 10:35:12 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 15. 05. 2022 10:22:48 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 15. 05. 2022 06:55:15 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 15. 05. 2022 05:53:11 | Politics

Northern Ireland's politicians are being told to "get back to work" by Boris Johnson, keen to resolve the deadlock over post-Brexit trade.

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BBC.co.uk | 14. 05. 2022 23:41:19 | Politics

Boris Johnson is to visit Northern Ireland amid a political crisis sparked by tensions over the protocol.

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SkyNews.com | 14. 05. 2022 17:35:14 | Politics

Sinn Fein has accused Boris Johnson of playing dangerous games with the people of Northern Ireland and shamefully using the nation as a "pawn" in negotiations with the EU.

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SkyNews.com | 14. 05. 2022 09:10:28 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 14. 05. 2022 05:52:44 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 14. 05. 2022 01:14:29 | Politics

Ros Atkins explains why the issues surrounding a key part of the UK’s Brexit deal with the EU are not resolved.

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A bottle of champagne signed by the prime minister was donated by Conservative chairman Oliver Dowden.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 18:24:20 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 17:04:37 | Politics

Boris Johnson had not "explicitly apologised" for erroneously saying in 2017 that Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been training journalists in Iran, says her husband.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 16:19:34 | Politics

Her husband says there are "lessons to learn" in the handling of his wife's detention in Iran.

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SkyNews.com | 13. 05. 2022 16:13:52 | Politics

Richard Ratcliffe has warned the government that there are "lessons to be learned" from his wife Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's six-year captivity in Iran after she and her family met with Boris Johnson this afternoon.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 15:55:29 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 14:44:10 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 10:10:17 | Politics

Jacob Rees-Mogg says ambitions to cut up to 91,000 civil service jobs are appropriate, given the need to spend taxpayers' money "as efficiently as possible".

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SkyNews.com | 13. 05. 2022 08:43:54 | Politics

Jacob Rees-Mogg has said that plans to cut more than 90,000 civil service jobs in order to free up billions of pounds for measures to ease the cost-of-living crisis does not amount to the return of austerity.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 05:04:31 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 02:36:36 | Politics

Boris Johnson wants staffing to return to 2016 levels to free up cash to address the cost of living.

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 01:36:49 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 01:36:46 | Politics

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BBC.co.uk | 13. 05. 2022 01:33:58 | Politics

Kwasi Kwarteng says there may be a "small effect" on energy bills under a new nuclear funding model.

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SkyNews.com | 13. 05. 2022 01:00:01 | Politics

Sky's Beth Rigby speaks to Russia's ambassador to the European Union, Vladimir Chizhov.

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SkyNews.com | 13. 05. 2022 00:41:49 | Politics

Boris Johnson has ordered ministers to come up with plans to cut more than 90,000 civil service jobs in order to free up billions of pounds for tax cuts.

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BBC.co.uk | 12. 05. 2022 23:55:17 | Politics

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SkyNews.com | 12. 05. 2022 23:06:26 | Politics

Young black people are carrying weapons to protect themselves against the police as they face "destructive and damaging" stop and searches, a peer has claimed.

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