Tom Watson statement on events today
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The Papers (18/02/19)
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Scuffles break out at pro-Brexit, yellow vest rally in central London
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The Papers (17/02/19)
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The pledge that Labour MPs are signing
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Women are less likely to say they "never" feel unsafe in these everyday situations - YouGov
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Now we need to see pie for loss on public funding in post Brexit UK
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The Papers (16/02/19)
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"All roads lead to socialism" - Walter Crane souvenir for May Day 1907
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The Cheapjack and his Nationalisation Dope - 1929 Conservative party cartoon portraying Labour party leader Ramsay MacDonald as a snake oil salesman
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Fintan O'Toole - Borders and Belonging: British and Irish Identities in a Post-Brexit Era
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UK Prime Ministers Lifespans & Terms [OC]
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So this is what businesses plan to do in a no deal (red) vs a deal (blue) Brexit. The big changes are in employment - it’s quite clear that a vote for no deal is a vote to be made unemployed. Absolute madness.
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Labour's response to Sajid Javid's comments about Shamima Begum
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"Member for Woodford" - 1949 Punch Cartoon on Churchill's prospective legacy for his 75th Birthday. Wars in Sudan and against the Boer, Liberal welfare reforms, the failures of the Gallipoli campaign, the defeat of the Axis powers, conferences in Yalta and Tehran.
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Jeremy Corbyn Listening & Speaking at Teachers Meeting on Education
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"Giant strides to nowhere" - 1924 National Unionist Association Poster
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Rosena Allin-Khan interview: The NHS, mental health and boxing
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Looks like Ed’s in deep thought tonight - probably fantasising about the fact that if he won in 2015 he would still be PM and Brexit would never have happened.
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How Ukip normalised far-right politics
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BBC Question Time thread
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No. 10 official on the aftermath of tonight's vote
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The Papers (15/02/19)
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"News at Benn" (Spitting Image, 1980s)
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The Papers (14/02/19)
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[12/02/19] CNNMoney Switzerland: "A hard Brexit? Not between Switzerland and the UK, says economiesuisse"
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Lidl boss admits EU free movement depresses wages
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BBC Newsnight - Salman Rushdie fatwa: 30 years on
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The Papers (13/02/19)
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Sinn Féin’s Leader on Why Brexit Threatens the Peace Process in Ireland | Good Morning Britain
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