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  • Ipso vows to continue Mirror investigation

    An investigation into the Sunday Mirror’s sting operation on Tory MP Brooks Newmark will continue despite the original complaint being dropped. Fellow Conservative MP Mark Pritchard, who first called for the probe, revealed yesterday that he had reached an “amicable settlement” with the newspaper over its story. Howev...

Communications

Cabinet Office: Gov.UK reaches one billion visits

Cabinet Office press release GOV.UK reaches one billion visits On its second birthday, the award winning government website has reached a major milestone Ove...

Gambling

Labour: This is a welcome step by Corals, Ladbrokes, William Hill and Paddy Power, but it needs to cover the whole industry - Clive Efford

Labour press release Clive Efford MP, Shadow Sports Minister, responding to a commitment from Britain’s leading gambling companies to act on public concerns on ga...

Licensing

Sarah Champion: Time for Shaun Wright to resign

Sarah Champion added her voice to calls for South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright to step down over the child sex abuse scandal in Rotherham. ...

Media/Phone hacking

David Cameron: TV debates should go ahead

David Cameron said he wanted the proposed TV debates to happen, but not all during the election campaign. "I’d like them to happen, they happened last time, I thi...

Olympics

David Cameron: MH17 repatriation has been frustrating

David Cameron branded as "frustrating" the process of repatriating the victims of flight MH17. "I can't give an exact time for that but what I can say is that pro...

Sport

Justine Greening: Free EU movement is not a totally unqualified principle

Justine Greening: Free EU movement is not  a totally unqualified principle

Justine Greening denied that David Cameron would struggle to restrict EU immigration, after comments by Jose Manuel Barroso that free movement of people in the EU is...

The Arts

Govt 'engaging constructively' with call for Parthenon Marbles mediation

The Government is “engaging constructively” with calls for mediation between Britain and Greece on the ownership of the Parthenon Sculptures. Unesco, the UN’s cu...

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