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David Cameron and Boris Johnson put disagreements aside for dinner in New York

David Cameron and Boris Johnson put disagreements aside for dinner in New York

The pair met for dinner in the Red Rooster restaurant.

5:23pm Friday 24 March 2017

AS IT HAPPENED: Five dead and 40 injured after 'terror attack' at Westminster

'Terrifying' shooting outside Parliament

Policeman stabbed outside Parliament, attacker shot / Oxfordshire MP calls situation 'terrifying' / police declare major terrorist incident

2:54pm Wednesday 22 March 2017

Campaigner says tougher penalties for drivers using their phones are 'too little too late'

James Pratley has been campaigning against the use of mobile phones in cars since he was in a car accident in 1998 . Now, as new tougher laws come into effect, James reflects on the lives that could have been saved if harsher penalties had have been broug

A DAD who has campaigned for tougher laws on drivers using mobile phones for nearly 20 years has said new stricter penalties are too little, too late.

7:31am Monday 20 March 2017

Donald Trump ‘being a gentleman’ holding my hand, May tells American Vogue

Donald Trump ‘being a gentleman’ holding my hand, May tells American Vogue

The interview with the magazine focused as much on fashion as it did politics.

7:43pm Monday 20 March 2017

Even lower proportion voted for referendum

Even lower proportion voted for referendum

JOHN Brett (Letters, February 28) correctly states that only 38 per cent of the electorate voted for Brexit, which he says is ‘scarcely an “overwhelming” proportion’.

9:00am Monday 20 March 2017

Lib Dem leader urges Tory MPs opposed to hard Brexit to defect

Lib Dem leader urges Tory MPs opposed to hard Brexit to defect

Tim Farron said they aimed to supplant Labour as the main party of opposition.

2:53pm Sunday 19 March 2017

David Cameron defends Tory election spending after record £70,000 fine

David Cameron defends Tory election spending after record £70,000 fine

Undeclared spending in the 2015 general election amounted to only around 0.6% of the Tories’ campaign budget, says the former prime minister.

7:03am Friday 17 March 2017

David Cameron’s national service project for young ‘needs radical thinking’

David Cameron’s national service project for young ‘needs radical thinking’

Select committee warns NCS scheme must prove its value by operating at a lower cost per head.

10:53am Tuesday 14 March 2017

Meghan Markle beats boyfriend Prince Harry on most eligible party guests list

Meghan Markle beats boyfriend Prince Harry on most eligible party guests list

Find out who the people are that you really want to have at the top of your invite list.

6:03am Monday 27 February 2017

Rise in patients on mixed-sex wards ‘breaches Tory manifesto pledge’

Rise in patients on mixed-sex wards ‘breaches Tory manifesto pledge’

The increase has been labelled a “failure” by the shadow health secretary.

10:33am Friday 17 March 2017
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