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  • 18:09

    The leader of the Social Democratic and Labour Party Alistair McDonnell predicts that his party will play a role in a future UK government after the general election.

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  • 17:35

    Minister for the Middle East Tobias Ellwood condemns Israeli settlement announcement and urges reversal of decision.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 17:34
    Simon Danczuk MP

    Labour MP Simon Danczuk questions on Sky News whether former prime minister Margaret Thatcher knew about Sir Peter Hayman’s alleged links with child sexual exploitation.

    Read on at PoliticsHome Pro

  • 17:30

    Former Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy is to stand down as a Labour MP after 28 years in parliament, with party leader Ed Miliband calling him 'a man of integrity and honour'.

    Read on at BBC

  • 16:33

    The former head of MI5, Baroness Manningham-Buller, has said she is unable to back controversial anti-terror measures which will force universities to restrict Muslim extremists on campus, the Telegraph reports.

    Read on at Telegraph blog

  • 15:34

    The number of patients abandoned on trolleys for over 12 hours at a time has soared in the last month, according to new Accident and Emergency figures.

    Read on at Telegraph blog

  • 15:22

    Former diplomat Sir Peter Hayman has been named as the subject of a secret file concerning 'unnatural sexual proclivities', the Telegraph reports.

    Read on at Telegraph blog

  • 15:15

    The Mayor of London launched City Hall’s first major public awareness campaign on the health risks of dirty air and steps which people can take to limit its impact, urging them to protect themselves from premature illness.

    Read on at Evening Standard

  • 14:58

    Former chief whip Andrew Mitchell refused an offer to settle his 'Plebgate' libel case, the BBC reports, as a judge rules he is liable for costs of both News Group and PC Toby Rowland.

    Read on at BBC

  • 14:57

    Ukip's economics spokesman Patrick O'Flynn tells World at One he is not sure that Grant Shapps 'calls the shots' when it comes to a possible Ukip-Tory coalition.

    Read on at PoliticsHome Pro

  • 14:04

    Business Secretary Vince Cable tells the Evening Standard that the Liberal Democrat's U-turn on a promise not to increase tuition fees was a 'price worth paying'.

    Read on at Evening Standard

  • 13:58

    The Government accepts two key recommendations made by the cross-party inquiry into hunger in its report, Feeding Britain.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 13:22
    Rory Stewart MP

    Chair of the Defence Select Committee Rory Stewart tells the World at One that Britain is entering a dangerous period with Russia becoming increasingly aggressive.

    Read on at PoliticsHome Pro

  • 12:31
    Andy Burnham MP

    Labour's Steven Reed said that the party aims to give the public 'people-powered services' meant giving them back power over decisions in the NHS.

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  • 12:23

    Responding to news of terrorist attacks in North Sinai, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond condemns the attacks and says 'the UK stands with the Egyptian government and people in their fight against terrorist violence.'

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 12:11
    Boris Johnson

    The Mayor of London Boris Johnson defends remarks made in an interview with the Sun where he suggested that young men who were attracted to extremism were 'losers'.

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  • 12:10

    Conservative chairman Grant Shapps rules out a pact with Ukip during a speech in London outlining the party's latest campaign slogan: '30 Days of Labour chaos.'

    Read on at The Daily Telegraph

  • 11:14

    Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham, responding to A&E performance figures from NHS England says: 'patients waiting too long for ambulances and too long to be seen in A&E cannot wait any longer for the Prime Minister to get his act together.'

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 11:08

    The Department for Business issues its annual Grant Letter to the Higher Education Funding Council for England, confirming that the total funding available to universities is expected to rise from £11.1 bn to £12.1 bn in 2015/2016.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 10:30

    Latest statistics from the European Union's data agency Eurostat shows consumer prices in the Eurozone fell by 0.6 percent in January.

    Read on at AFP

  • 09:53

    According to new figures 93% of patients at A&E are being seen within four hours, just below the target of 95%.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 09:52

    Brandon Lewis MP, Emma Reynolds MP, and Stephen Williams MP debate on apprenticeships, ghost homes, and access to finance for SMEs.

    Read on at Central Lobby

  • 09:33

    David Cameron pays tribute to Sir Winston Churchill as a “bon vivant” and “patriot” in a speech to mark the 50th anniversary of the late prime minister’s funeral.

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  • 09:30

    Communities Secretary Eric Pickles warns that a 'creeping cultural acceptance' of anti-Semitism is taking over in Britain.

    Read on at Telegraph blog

  • 08:45

    Writing for Central Lobby, Labour's Chris Leslie says his party's Zero-Based Review of spending has uncovered a 'shocking' lack of control over Whitehall contracts.

    Read on at Central Lobby

  • 08:00

    Plans to reduce the length of doctors' medical training could put patients at serious risk, professional bodies warn.

    Read on at BBC

  • 07:22

    Boris Johnson tells the Sun there is 'no deal' with David Cameron to succeed him as Tory leader.

    Read on at The Sun

  • 07:13

    A new trade association representing the commercial interests of UK and US TV producers will launch in the US later this year, the Producers Alliance for Cinema and Television has announced.

    Read on at Central Lobby

  • 00:01

    Younger workers have been the hardest hit by the squeeze on wages since the financial crisis, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 00:01

    Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Rachel Reeves says today's IFS report into wages since the recession 'shows David Cameron has overseen falling wages and rising insecurity in the labour market'.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 00:01

    A Treasury spokesperson says today's IFS report on wages 'confirms that the UK labour market is continuing to perform strongly'.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • 00:01

    Shadow Policing Minister Jack Dromey says an HMIC report on Integrity in Policing rightly commends the police service on real progress in rooting out corruption and the support of police officers who want no place for the corrupt few who tarnish the reputation of the service as a whole.

    Read on at PoliticsHome

  • Thursday 29th January
  • 23:00

    Culture Secretary Sajid Javid defends the Government’s record on the Welsh NHS on Question Time, arguing that because it was a devolved region, it had chosen not to invest as much in the service.

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  • 22:05
    John Woodcock MP

    Labour's John Woodcock tells Newsnight that his party would not turn its back on the NHS, if it was to be elected.

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  • 22:03
    Sarah Wollaston MP

    Chair of the Health Committee Sarah Wollaston tells Newsnight that today’s British attitudes figures showed that the Conservatives do prioritise the NHS.

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