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What could a road map out of coronavirus restrictions involve?
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Business Minister 'concerned' over MP claims that northern England regions are being left behind
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Boris Johnson refuses to move on school meal vouchers
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Johnson looks to defuse Tory rebellion over free school meals
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Community bands together to feed vulnerable children
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Venues step in to help Rashford school meals campaign
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Pubs and cafes step in to help after MPs reject Rashford school meals campaign
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MPs vote against extending free school meals into holidays
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Rishi Sunak: Tier 2 firms eligible for cash grants
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MPs vote against move to support Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign
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Minister confirms South Yorkshire Covid restrictions
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Bridget Phillipson: Employment support schemes 'have more holes than a Swiss cheese'
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Michael Gove: Further Brexit trade talks meaningless unless EU changes position
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Gove: Further Brexit talks 'meaningless' unless EU change
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Theresa May sounds no-deal Brexit security warning
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NZ's next parliament will be most diverse ever
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London moves into Tier-2 Covid-19 restrictions
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'Vaccine expected early next year' says government minister
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PM suffers Tory rebellion over 10pm curfew
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Nabanna Chalo: Kailash Vijayvargiya to move to court against action of West Bengal Police
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'Nabanna Chalo' march: We'll go to court, says Vijayvargiya after Kolkata Police registers case against BJP leaders
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French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin, Senegal
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Srinagar terror attack: CM Shivraj meets kin of slain CRPF jawan in MP's Rewa
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Polish MPs debate tighter abortion rules, protests muted amid coronavirusPolish lawmakers debated a citizens' bill on Wednesday to tighten already restrictive abortion rules as rights activists protested on social media and in small clusters in front of parliament, with..
UK lawmakers may be affected by future coronavirus advice: chief medical officerBritish Members of Parliament (MPs) may be affected by future advice from the government on coronavirus, England's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty said on Thursday, saying older people could be..
Bettina Arndt Australia Day honour to be reviewedThe attacks on Ms Arndt's award were largely limited to the progressive side of politics and the media, but that changed last week when conservative MPs called for her to be stripped of the honour.
'Leave our bloke alone': Australian MPs call for government to support Julian AssangeThe Australian government and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson are being urged to stop Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange's impending US extradition trial.
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Barnaby Joyce warns any further defections could see National Party disappearFormer Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce says the party is at risk of disappearing if more MPs jump ship.
Protests rock Beirut as government seeks MPs' confidenceScores of people were injured in Beirut on Tuesday in clashes between security forces and protesters rejecting the new government as it sought to win a parliamentary vote of confidence.
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Anthony Albanese describes nuclear ambitions as a 'fantasy'Opposition Leader Anthony Albanese has dismissed a report from coalition MPs urging support for new nuclear technologies as 'fantasy'.
Nuclear ambition a fantasy, Albanese saysOpposition Leader Anthony Albanese has dismissed a report from coalition MPs urging support for new nuclear technologies as 'fantasy'.
After Folau case, MPs should ask how law can foster workplace harmonyIsrael Folau is now out of the picture, but the wider question remains of when workers should be able to express religious views that conflict with their employer’s social media policies.
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Labor launches strategy to better reflect Australia's diversity in parliamentLabor has created a new committee to boost the number of migrant MPs in the party.
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Crossbenchers push to raise age of criminal responsibility in AustraliaCrossbench MPs are behind legislation to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14, saying Australia is out of step with other countries.
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'Abortion will finally be decriminalised in NSW': After months of debate, bill reaches final hurdleA bill to decriminalise abortion will head back to the NSW lower house for MPs to consider amendments approved by the upper house before it becomes law.
NSW abortion bill reaches final hurdleA bill to decriminalise abortion will head back to the NSW lower house for MPs to consider amendments approved by the upper house before it becomes law.
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MPs back NSW Premier, say it's 'not OK' to press politicians on abortion stancesFederal minister for women Marise Payne has blasted a 2GB radio host for quizzing the NSW premier on her personal approach to abortion.
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Most voters support indigenous recognitionIndigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt has reassured coalition MPs that indigenous recognition in the constitution won't mean a third chamber in parliament.
Fed govt backs away from 3rd chamberIndigenous Affairs Minister Ken Wyatt has reassured coalition MPs that indigenous recognition in the constitution won't mean a third chamber in parliament.
Conservative MPs wary of indigenous voiceScott Morrison will have the captain's call on working towards a referendum on changing the constitution to recognise indigenous Australians, a senator says.