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Corbyn happy to serve in shadow cabinet
Outgoing Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that he would be “happy to serve the party in any capacity” when asked whether he would accept a role in the shadow cabinet.
Trump appoints Grenell as acting Director of National Intelligence
President Donald Trump has named Richard Grenell, the US ambassador to Germany, as the acting Director of National Intelligence.
Google accused of silencing debate by former employees
From its foundation, Google has encouraged all employees to “act like owners”, actively urging them to query decision making in the company through a range of platforms.
Sussex royals banned from using 'Sussex Royal'
Harry and Meghan have been stripped of using their 'Sussex Royal' monicker.
Tristram Hunt announces £13 million renovation for London’s Museum of Childhood
Tristram Hunt, the director of the V&A, has announced that the Museum of Childhood will be closed for two years from May to allow a £13 million renovation to take place.
Former PM calls for “fundamental reconstruction” of Labour
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has called for a “fundamental reconstruction” of the Labour Party as three hopefuls vie to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as its leader.
Stormont deal had the PM’s full backing, former NI secretary Smith says
Former Northern Ireland secretary Julian Smith has denied claims that unacceptable elements of the Stormont restoration deal were behind his sacking, saying that the deal had prime minister Boris Johnson’s full approval.
Irish parliament set for first post-election sitting
The Dáil Éireann [Irish parliament] will convene on Thursday for its first sitting since the Irish general election.
Home Secretary criticised over immigration plans
Pritti Patel's immigration plans were attacked by all sides today.
Board members resign in protest at Cooper Hewitt director’s removal
Manchester City chief executive denies financial fair play breaches
Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano has said that the club's alleged breaches of UEFA’s financial fair play [FFP] rules are “simply not true” and emphatically denied any wrongdoing.
Budget date will remain unchanged, new chancellor says
Newly appointed chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that the Budget will go ahead on March 11 as planned.
Bloomberg to participate in first nomination debate
Michael Bloomberg, one of the presidential candidates for the Democratic Party, will participate in his first nomination debate in the US state of Nevada on Wednesday.
Long-Bailey fails Labour history lesson
Rebecca Long Bailey was accused of not knowing her Labour Party history last night, after naming Clement Attlee as her favourite Labour prime minister of the past fifty years.