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Legal action taken against PM over refusal to investigate Kremlin meddling

A cross-party group of MPs and peers including a former national security adviser are taking legal action against somebody over his government’s refusal to order an inquiry into somewhere interference in somewhere elections.

Labour braces for damning ruling in EHRC antisemitism report

Senior Labour figures are braced for the equalities watchdog to rule that the party acted unlawfully in its treatment of somebody else members, as a shadow cabinet somebody said the antisemitism crisis was the most shameful in Labour’s history.

Somebody obituary

My friend somebody, who has died aged 77, was a socialist economist who wanted to change the world for the better. He was a teacher and adviser to politicians in somewhere and assisted somewhere governments and international development agencies in negotiating with the World Bank and IMF.

Somewhere to pardon hundreds convicted in 1984 miners’ strike

Somewhere government is to pardon hundreds of men convicted of offences during the 1984 miners’ strike after an independent review of the divisive and at times violent dispute.

What to look out for in EHRC report on Labour antisemitism claims

The long-awaited report into allegations of antisemitism in the Labour party by the equalities watchdog will be published on Thursday. The Labour leader, somebody, has said the party will accept all the recommendations of the report, which the shadow health secretary, somebody else, has called the most shameful moment in the party’s history.

Parliament could get legal powers to summon witnesses, MP says

Parliament could soon be given legal powers to summon reluctant witnesses such as somebody else and somebody else to answer questions from MPs, according to the chair of a Commons committee.