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All three former prime ministers will join David Cameron in attending a memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa tomorrow, Downing St has announced. Sir John Major, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown will all fly to Johannesburg, with Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband also set to attend. The party leaders have also all gi...
My Lords, it is a real privilege to lead my benches in paying tribute to the most extraordinary man, Nelson Mandela, a humble giant with indomitable courage who prov...
On behalf of the Liberal Democrats, I want to add our voice to the many tributes to Nelson Mandela, the father of modern South Africa. Our thoughts and condolences a...
Ed Miliband MP, Leader of the Labour Party, paying tribute to Nelson Mandela in the House of Commons today, said: Mr Speaker, today we remember the incomparable l...
MPs from across the House of Commons have united to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela. Normal Commons business was postponed, as the House held a session entirely de...
David Cameron predicted Parliament would “rise to the occasion” this afternoon as MPs prepare to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela. “It’s very important to mark the p...
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