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- Tim Farron on BBC Question Time tonight
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- RNLI Open Day 4th June
- Lord Bonkers' Diary: Freddie and Fiona at Remain
- An Addendum: Offensive Behaviour at Football Act
- Black Cloud overshadows sunny day
- Conservatives try to block police action on election expenses
- I want to buy a house, but I'm not going to crash the economy to do it.
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- Mick Henry's parting speech
- nigel hunter 25th May - 11:43pm
As far as I am concerned this whole referendum was totally unwanted, devisive and could lead the country into a n uncertain position that does...
- Barry Snelson 25th May - 11:20pm
Mr Speaker, Blah blah blah "Although the licence fee remains the best way of funding the BBC for this Charter period, it is likely to...
- Stuart 25th May - 11:12pm
@Neal "There will be no driverless cars for sale until after it is proven they are safer than human operated vehicles." I certainly hope so....
- Stuart 25th May - 10:50pm
@Barry I remember the ‘old days’ when any debate on the BBC would have been unthinkable and we sat round together watching Morecambe and Wise....
- Stevan Rose 25th May - 10:41pm
The Heathrow ULTra system seems like a far more likely model for future rapid transit.
- Caron Lindsay 25th May - 10:33pm
Or you could look at it as investment in particularly poorer areas which wouldn't have been made otherwise. And I'd say that what we get...