Corbyn making warm words, but there'll be efforts to kill off the campaign behind closed doors this evening.
Party veers into outright Islamophobia
Unexpected attack from European leaders signals bad news for Theresa May on Brexit, amid diminishing signs of a deal
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The newly-elected co-leader of the Greens sets out a tough new vision for the party as it fights for radicalism and against 'stale centrism'
The UK's largest shooting organiation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), is seeking advice about the possibility of a legal challenge to a decision by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to ban shooting on public land.
BASC is astounded that the position of Natural Resources Wales (NRW), an evidence-based organisation, can be changed by the radical petitioning of extremist groups.
GPs can expect to be sued four times during a 40 year career, though very few are likely to be found negligent, the Medical Defence Union (MDU) revealed today as it called for a solution to the compensation crisis
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) is urging people who wish to claim childcare vouchers to act before 4 October 2018.