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Unions to recommend 6.5% NHS pay rise

If accepted the deal will provide the first significant pay rise for around one million NHS staff in eight years. Doctors and dentists are not covered by the deal

Nigel Farage dumps dead fish in Thames in protest over Brexit transition deal

The former UKIP leader and other Leave campaigners sailed on a fishing trawler dubbed "HMS Brexit", stopping outside Parliament to ceremonially throw crates of dead haddock overboard

Theresa May rapped by government body over £450m police funding claim

The Prime Minister was criticised by Sir David Norgrove, chairman of the UK Statistics Authority, for an answer she gave Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in the House of Commons last month

Jennie Formby appointed Labour’s new general secretary in boost for Jeremy Corbyn

The Unite employee was made Labour's most senior official on Tuesday to boost Jeremy Corbyn's influence over the party's internal machinery

Michael Gove admits Brexit transition deal ‘sub-optimal’ for UK fishing industry

The Environment Secretary faced anger from MPs after the Government was accused of a "betrayal" of coastal communities

Jeremy Hunt reinstates cap on the amount people pay for social care

In a move that would reverse the controversial and electorally damaging decision to ditch a cap from the Conservative election manifesto, Mr Hunt said it would be reinstated to help spread the risk posed by the "illness lottery" of conditions such as dementi

Jeremy Corbyn under fire for demanding Russia get chance to analyse Salisbury poison

The Labour leader said "all fingers" pointed to the Putin regime being "involved" in the incident that hospitalised former spy Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yuli

EU boss Jean-Claude Juncker criticised for congratulatory letter to Vladimir Putin

The European Commission President wrote to Mr Putin on Tuesday to congratulate the Russian leader on his recent re-election

‘Bullying BBC put us through hell’, presenters claim

In a scathing attack on the corporation, journalists said they were put through "hell" by being axed as staff and forced to set themselves up as Personal Service Companies (PSCs)

MPs formally request Zuckerberg answer questions

Facebook is currently facing investigations by authorities in the UK, EU, and the US, over a reported data incident between itself and consultancy firm Cambridge Analytic


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