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From Andy Burnham to Barack Obama, a significant proportion of politicians have admitted to dabbling with drugs
Johnson said he was carrying his wife to a main road to catch a taxi
“I want to apologise for the pain and embarrassment I have caused,” he wrote.
Senior MPs are plotting to oust Corbyn before 2020 election if he wins leadership
Lord Sewel scandal: 69-year-old peer rages at Cameron, Blair, and Corbyn while wearing prostitute’s bra
Peer resigns position as deputy speaker over cocaine and sex party allegations
Nearly three quarters of Labourlist.org readers back Jeremy Corbyn for leader, it has emerged.
US President Barack Obama has warned that Britain would lose global influence if it left the European Union.
EXCLUSIVE: As cycle injuries rise, Labour’s Christian Wolmar and the Conservatives’ Zac Goldsmith call for new HGV restrictions
Kendall could defeat Corbyn – by dropping out
The Labour Party leadership candidate with the least cash is the most popular
Former Labour leader lashes out at shift left, but warns Tories are “getting cocky”
Mayor working with councils on list of demands for London
“Anyone but Corbyn” plead senior party members
Five years' hard Labour: If the party isn’t standing up for wealth re-distribution then what is it for?
Did you see that ludicrous display last night, our senior reporter asks
The Labour Party has ripped itself in two
Massow wants to spend one night living with Londoners
The software has brought out some interesting features
We <3 the SNP right now
The new Lib Dem leader isn’t too well-known outside Westminster. Here are nine of the most interesting facts about the MP.
Mills lashes out at The Daily Telegraph’s “undemocratic” campaign for “dooming” Labour
News confirmed this morning
As we get closer to the deadline for votes, the underdog is suddenly looking very strong
Harry Potter, David Beckham and the Queen all contribute to our no.1 ranking
Government says stricter rules will protect businesses and working people
Lammy slips ahead of Sadiq Khan, but Tessa Jowell still holds top spot
And this is the issue they chose to vote on
Critics brand July’s Budget a “con”