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Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
Labour chairman Ian Lavery has piled pressure on Keir Starmer to reveal a ful list of who is bankrolling his campaign to be party leader.
John McDonnell has called for shorter Labour leadership elections in the future, describing the current contest as a “bit interminable”.
Layla Moran has announced she is running to be the new leader of the Liberal Democrats with a vow to “move the party on from the last decade”.
Labour is investigating anti-Semitic abuse sent by party members to deputy leadership candidate Ian Murray.
The Labour leadership race has erupted into open warfare after Lisa Nandy accused supporters of Jeremy Corbyn of wanting to "crush" his critics.
A free speech row has erupted after an Oxford University event with Amber Rudd was cancelled just half an hour before it was due to take place.
Former colleagues of Priti Patel have rallied round her in the wake of bullying allegations against the Home Secretary.
The new PACAC chair tells Gary Connor why he’s not chasing headlines, stays away from Twitter, and would make a “hopeless” minister
Responsibilities and obligations between the civil service and Government need to be made far clearer and be fully formalised, writes Dods Monitoring's Andy Frain.
Labour MPs have raised concerns after it emerged many party members have yet to receive a ballot paper to cast their votes in the leadership race.
MPs have been handed an inflation-busting pay rise which will see their annual salary soar to almost £82,000.
A row has erupted after the EU's chief Brexit negotiator accused the UK of planning to ditch its commitment to human rights.
A leading Muslim group has step up its call for Britain's equalities watchdog to launch an investigation into the Conservative Party amid a wave of new allegations.
Keir Starmer's leadership bid has been handed a major boost after he secured the endorsement of Gordon Brown.
As newly elected chair of the Petitions Committee I will work hard to give a voice to those fighting to be heard, writes Catherine McKinnell MP
The BBC must shift away from its "narrow urban outlook" and better reflect the views of the entire country, according to the Culture Secretary.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has admitted she should have called out a Labour member who blamed the "Israeli lobby" for the party's election defeat.
The Houses of Parliament could shut their doors under government plans to slow down the spread of the coronavirus, it has emerged.
Boris Johnson said he was "sticking by" his embattled Home Secretary despite a wave of bullying allegations lodged against her.
Emergency laws will be introduced to ensure that any workers forced to take time off because of the coronavirus do not miss out on sick pay, Boris Johnson has announced.
A raft of senior Conservative MPs have warned Boris Johnson the UK will be "friendless" if it allows Huawei to build its 5G network.
Priti Patel has told Home Office staff she "deeply values" their work, as fresh bullying allegations against her emerged.
A Labour row has erupted after a key ally of Rebecca Long-Bailey accused Keir Starmer of being "undemocratic" for refusing to publish a list of donors to his leadership campaign.