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Government launches 'root and branch' defence review (8 hours old)

The review will look at the threats the UK faces in a "more volatile world", the government says.

Spiking to be made specific offence in King's Speech (14 hours old)

The government is set to introduce a new law to make spiking a specific criminal offence in this week's King's Speech.

What could be in Labour's first King's Speech?  (18 hours old)

The government's lawmaking plans for the year will be set out by the King in a speech to Parliament.

Tories accept donation linked to convicted tycoon (16 hours old)

Westminster Development Services Ltd, part-owned by Prakash Hinduja, gave the Conservatives £50,000.

Lammy urges immediate ceasefire during Israel visit (23 hours old)

On one of his first trips as foreign secretary, David Lammy says the war in Gaza has "gone on too long".

Labour got more donations than other parties combined (18 hours old)

The party raised over £9.5m during the general election, while others raised a combined £5.7m

SNP join push to scrap two-child benefit cap (19 hours old)

As the King's Speech approaches, Stephen Flynn says his party will try to force a vote if the policy is not scrapped.

UK politicians react with shock to attack on Trump (1 day old)

UK politicians have reacted with shock to the attempted assassination of Donald Trump.

MPs' safety 'keeps me awake at night,' says Speaker (3 days old [13/07/24])

Sir Lindsay Hoyle says he has "never seen anything as bad" as the level of threats against MPs.

Election abuse may have been coordinated - adviser (2 days old [14/07/24])

Yvette Cooper has been urged to set up a short inquiry to investigate the ‘dark underbelly’ of abuse.

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