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Dominic Raab: An overprivileged, lazy rich boy who wants to bully minorities including the sick and disabled.

Dominic Raab: An overprivileged, lazy rich boy who wants to bully minorities including the sick and disabled.

Cameron's coalition: a government with ominous intent

Cameron's coalition: a government with ominous intent

David Cameron is halfway through his term as prime minister and despite the 'omnishambles' of his austerity cuts his steely ideological core will not allow him to change course now

Natalie Bennett has the ambition and nous to push the Green party forward | Derek Wall | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

Natalie Bennett has the ambition and nous to push the Green party forward

Natalie Bennett has the ambition and nous to push the Green party forward | Derek Wall | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk

Thousands of military officers and MoD staff join arms firms. "Jobs for Generals" Same in USA

MoD staff and thousands of military officers join arms firms

Thousands of military officers and MoD staff join arms firms. "Jobs for Generals" Same in USA

Nick Clegg delivers his keynote speech to the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow

Nick Clegg makes case for power sharing role in future coalitions

Nick Clegg delivers his keynote speech to the Liberal Democrat conference in Glasgow

Backbencher tipped as Corbyn challenger to call for party to be ‘tough on inequality, tough on the causes of inequality’

Dan Jarvis sets out his vision for Labour as leadership talk mounts

Backbencher tipped as Corbyn challenger to call for party to be ‘tough on inequality, tough on the causes of inequality’

Labour blamed for fall in living standards, poll finds

Labour blamed for fall in living standards, poll finds

Survey on eve of conference shows party is most blamed for crisis, but also seen as having best policies to tackle it

NHS shake-up leaves some private health firms turning to tax havens -  report exposes how four of five biggest health companies that lobbied in favour of health bill can keep taxes to a minimum. I would wonder how the people involved in undermining a fantastic national health service can sleep at night, but I'm pretty sure it's easily, without a single jab of conscience.

Firms poised to take advantage of NHS shake-up 'avoid tax on their profits'

NHS shake-up leaves some private health firms turning to tax havens - report exposes how four of five biggest health companies that lobbied in favour of health bill can keep taxes to a minimum. I would wonder how the people involved in undermining a fantastic national health service can sleep at night, but I'm pretty sure it's easily, without a single jab of conscience.

Life on the breadline: welcome to the world of Britain's working poor

Life on the breadline: welcome to the world of Britain's working poor

Yvonne Roberts takes Conservative MP Dan Poulter to Essex to see what life is like for a hidden demographic

Labour is in a “state of decay” outside urban areas of Britain, the party’s former policy chief has said.

Labour risks becoming irrelevant outside urban areas, says former policy chief Jon Cruddas

Labour is in a “state of decay” outside urban areas of Britain, the party’s former policy chief has said.

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