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Bill For Crumbling Parliament Could Hit £7.1bn

news.sky.com — MPs have been warned that unless they move out of the Houses of Parliament it could take 32 years to renovate the crumbling building and cost as much as £7.1bn. Without the essential repairs to leaking roofs, crumbling stonework and ageing systems the building could collapse.

Bill For Crumbling Parliament Could Hit £6bn

news.sky.com — The Houses of Parliament are in such bad condition that the building could collapse without billions of pounds worth of repairs. An independent report is due to be published laying out a range of options for renovating the Palace of Westminster, all of which would take years and involve vast expense.

Plans Due For '£3bn' Parliament Restoration

news.sky.com — The Houses of Parliament are in such bad condition that the building could collapse without billions of pounds worth of repairs. An independent report is due to be published laying out a range of options for renovating the Palace of Westminster, all of which would take years and involve vast expense.

EU Migrants Banned From Vote On Europe

news.sky.com — David Cameron has signalled he will not be deflected from his EU referendum plans by setting out the rules that will dictate who is eligible to vote, and committing to a breakneck schedule of diplomacy to ensure his plans for significant reform in Brussels are enacted swiftly.

General Election 2015: Voters Decide

news.sky.com — Follow the election results live on skynews.com, our mobile apps and on Sky News TV from 10pm. Voters are going to the polls across the country to decide who will form the next government. Polling stations opened at 7am and close at 10pm in the United Kingdom's 650 constituencies.

General Election 2015: Voters Set To Decide

news.sky.com — Follow the election results live on skynews.com, our mobile apps and on Sky News TV from 10pm. Voters are set to go to the polls across the country to decide who will form the next government. Polling stations will open at 7am and close at 10pm in the United Kingdom's 650 constituencies.

Political Deadlock? Not In The Margins

news.sky.com — While the national polls have remained remarkably static throughout the campaign - and in the months before - the local picture is much more fluid. In marginal seats across the country, battles are being fought out with a huge range of different dynamics - in particular the emergence of parties previously confined to the fringe makes outcomes much more uncertain.

Tories Seeking Revenge In Rochester And Strood

news.sky.com — After embarrassingly losing their seat to defected UKIP candidate Mark Reckless last year, the Tories are fired up for a rematch.

In The Margins: A Very Yellow Election Battle

news.sky.com — Inverness, Nairne, Badenoch and Strathspey is a seat much prized by the Liberal Democrats, and much sought after by the SNP.

Inverness: A Very Yellow Election Battle

news.sky.com — Inverness, Nairne, Badenoch and Strathspey is a seat much prized by the Liberal Democrats, and much sought after by the SNP.
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Jul 01, 2015

@JustineGreening statement drafted so could just barely be interpreted as staying onside of PM edict not to take sides. If feeling generous.

Jul 01, 2015

RT @alextomo: Luton family of 12 missing - feared to have gone to Syria

Jul 01, 2015

RT @IanKingSky: Here's my full interview with #MarkCarney, Governor of @bankofengland: #Greece, buy to let, cyber risk & bad bankers: http:…

Jul 01, 2015

@victorking888 @joncraig @christopherhope i think only in certain precincts of westminster....? correct me if i'm wrong, gentlemen?

Jul 01, 2015

RT @JasonGroves1: Cameron says 'good luck' to Transport Sec Patrick McLoughlin as he leaves him to make statement on thorny airports issue

Jul 01, 2015

Why, oh why does the PM allow @BolsoverBeast to get under his skin and just come across as downright rude?

Jul 01, 2015

@Tony_McNulty @reporterboy indeed. but being seen to rattle the PM wouldn't hurt that conversation.

Jul 01, 2015

@reporterboy not when the PM has no difficulty answering. Only when he's under pressure.

Jul 01, 2015

Can't believe @ZacGoldsmith won't get a question... last but not least, perhaps?

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