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Phillip Hammond. The most important speech of Tory conference? — The crucial relationship between Prime Minister and Chancellor is yet to be seen. By Joey Jones, Head of Public Affairs, Weber Shandwick Monday 3rd October 2016 | 9:03am The relationship between Prime Minister and Chancellor shapes the tenor of a government, or so we have come to expect.

2015 Rebels Shatter School Records — The 2015 season was one for the ages for the Ole Miss Rebels. The culmination of a group of superbly talented players, Hugh Freeze and his staffs up-tempo style of play, a renewed vigor in the Ole Miss fan base, and the opportunity for the highest levels of success in the Southeastern Conference Western Division produced a hallmark season in Oxford, Mississippi.

EU Vote: 'In' Campaign To Reveal Top Team — The EU referendum argument will start to feel a little more real as the "In" team unveils its full campaign panel under the banner "Britain stronger in Europe". After months of shadow boxing, the announcement that Lord Rose, the former boss of Marks & Spencer, is to chair the "In" campaign's board means the argument can begin in earnest.

PM Claims: No 10 Refuses To 'Dignify' Book — Downing Street has said it refuses to "dignify" a book written by a former Tory donor which makes lurid claims about David Cameron's past. A spokesman for the Prime Minister said Lord Ashcroft "set out his reasons for writing a book" and said he would not "dignify this book by offering comment".

Ex-Tory Donor Dishes Dirt On PM's Uni Past — Former Conservative party treasurer Lord Ashcroft has written of his anger at being denied a job in government as he publishes a biography of David Cameron packed with lurid allegations. Call Me Dave, which is being serialised in the Daily Mail, tells of wild partying and excess during the Prime Minister's university days.

Corbyn Set To Rally Troops At TUC Congress — After a bumpy start in the top job, Jeremy Corbyn will hope to kick-start his leadership with a triumphal trip to the TUC conference in Brighton. A hero's welcome is on the cards as the Corbyn bandwagon rolls into town.

Jeremy Corbyn: The Anti-Establishment Leader — For decades, the politics of the new leader of Her Majesty's Opposition have been those of the outsider and the protester.

Refugee Resettlement Plans To Be Thrashed Out — Ministers and local government leaders will meet today to hammer out details of how 20,000 Syrian refugees will be resettled in the UK by 2020. A committee chaired by Home Secretary Theresa May, joined by Communities and Local Government Secretary Greg Clark, aims to smooth the way to what officials describe as a "challenging" target.

Troops May Be Needed In Syria - Senior MP — A senior Conservative MP has told Sky News that airstrikes on Islamic State in Syria may not be enough to restore peace - and political leaders may have to consider sending in troops on the ground.

PM Targets Islamist Extremism In War On IS — Parents will be given the power to cancel their children's passports under new moves to stop young British Muslims travelling to join Islamic State terrorists, David Cameron has announced. The measure is part of the Government's five-year plan as part of the war on Islamic State terrorists which will target Muslims who hold "intolerant ideas".
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Oct 19, 2016

@YvetteCooperMP new Home Affairs Select Committee chair. The multitalented Balls family set to monopolise TV airtime.

Oct 19, 2016

Cabinet committee leaks making PM's life difficult, and other Brexit-y business 

Oct 19, 2016

@ChrisMasonBBC is that for your new baby again? V sophisticated tastes for an infant...

Oct 16, 2016

Isn't "English" just "English literature history" anyway? Why should literature be viewed as inherently more challenging than visual arts?

Oct 15, 2016

It would seem Boris was having both cakes and eating them too. That's a lot of cake.

Oct 14, 2016

Thanks for pointing this out, Ben - I'll be returning to it more than once in coming months. Loads of valuable info from @AndrewDuffEU

Oct 12, 2016

RT @jb_mole: This sequence on my timeline gets to heart of EU debate and is my highlight of #brexit so far. Thanks @BethRigby

Oct 12, 2016

As an aside, I rate squeezable marmite one of the greatest innovations of recent years. Ahead of driverless cars, for sure.

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