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   Sir Keir Starmer
   

Labour aims to build trust with new slogan

   

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PM considers new measures amid second virus wave

   

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   The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
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   Sir Keir Starmer
   

Labour aims to build trust with new slogan

   

   Sir Keir Starmer has a new message - but will it help Labour win back votes where the party needs them?
     * 22ha day ago
     * UK Politics

   People sitting outside a cafe
   

PM considers new measures amid second virus wave

   

   Options include a ban on households mixing in England, as a further 4,422 UK cases are confirmed.
     * 3h3 hours ago
     * UK

   Care
   

Pay care workers more for Covid sacrifice - Labour

   

   Deputy Leader Angela Rayner says thousands of staff deserve a "real living wage" to get by.
     * 13h13 hours ago
     * UK Politics

   Dominic Raab in Washington in September 2020
   

Dominic Raab's bodyguard 'left gun on plane'

   

   The foreign secretary was returning to London when the incident is reported to have happened.
     * 12h12 hours ago
     * UK

   Dost is one of many Afghan interpreters who did not qualify for resettlement in the UK under the original scheme, but now does
   

More Afghan interpreters eligible to settle in UK

   

   A rule change means about 100 more of those who served with British forces will be able to live in the UK.
     * 22ha day ago
     * UK

   Amal Clooney
   

Amal Clooney quits UK envoy role over Brexit plan

   

   The human rights lawyer says she is "dismayed" by the UK being prepared to break international law.
     * 1da day ago
     * UK Politics

   

The tide was not turned - now what?

   
   
   Laura Kuenssberg
   Laura Kuenssberg

Political editor

   
   People sitting outside a cafe
   

PM considers new measures amid second virus wave

   

   Options include a ban on households mixing in England, as a further 4,422 UK cases are confirmed.
     * 3h3 hours ago
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   Care
   

Pay care workers more for Covid sacrifice - Labour

   

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   Dost is one of many Afghan interpreters who did not qualify for resettlement in the UK under the original scheme, but now does
   

More Afghan interpreters eligible to settle in UK

   
   Amal Clooney
   

Amal Clooney quits UK envoy role over Brexit plan

   
   

The tide was not turned - now what?

   
   
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