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Mackinlay will return to public life on Wednesday for the first time since being diagnosed last September
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The former accountant was an original member of Ukip but as a Tory later beat Nigel Farage to win South Thanet
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Editorial: Ministers should think again after judges ruled the authoritarian move to constrain demonstrations was unlawful
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Andrew Mitchell preparing to share details of assessment that there is no clear risk in breaching international human law
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Report calls for curb on many activities and recommends making protest organisers pay towards policing
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Giving a keynote speech about antisemitism, the minister let himself show his real self – his nasty self
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Party is understood to be considering areas near Nottingham, Stafford and Northampton for housebuilding drive
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Three unions say not enough done since about 60 women wrote to ministry last year to allege sexual assault, harassment and abuse
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Chair of union for Indian students and alumni says visa scheme is vital for attracting high-paying international students to UK
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Britain’s jet set insist they will flee if they lose their benefits – but Labour should not be daunted, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
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Mel Stride, work and pensions secretary, says possibility of prosecution will need to be ‘carefully looked at’ as Commons statement due on compensation
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Minister to set out £10bn scheme after pledge from Rishi Sunak to pay ‘whatever it costs’
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Safety of Jewish community ‘canary in mine’ for British political system, communities secretary will warn in speech
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‘We must make sure nothing like this happens again’, Rishi Sunak exclaimed. Except it will
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Two of the year’s most shocking stories have involved victims and families fighting for many years against the establishment – what other scandals need to emerge?
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Editorial: The grave failures of politicians, civil servants and the NHS over decades must lead to change
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Key people and groups involved in perpetuating and covering up the public health disaster, and those who brought it to light
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Prime minister says successive governments failed and vows to pay whatever it takes to compensate victims
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Minister Maria Caulfield says she has contacted Dulwich Hamlet and police over damage to Newhaven constituency office
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