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NEW Double by-election defeat suggests no Conservative seat is safe

“You just need any sort of swing against you to be in trouble, and that's what's happening to the Conservatives at the moment," @JonTonge , professor of British politics at the University of Liverpool, told PoliticsHome

NEW Seismic US abortion ban renews calls to get Northern Ireland services up and running

Whereas previously the whole Cabinet had rowed in behind the PM when he faced difficult headlines over “partygate”, this time it fell simply to the longstanding praetorian guard of Nadine Dorries, Conor Burns and Nigel Adams.

"My suspicion actually now is that ‘partygate’ is less of a factor with the voters, and what is more of a factor is their concern about the cost of living crisis.”

NEW Cabinet minister says it is a "good thing" Boris Johnson wants to win a third term as leader

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Former Tory PM John Major to join election rally aimed at blocking Boris Johnson majority

NEW: Yvette Cooper says Priti Patel is the “weakest Home Secretary I’ve ever seen”

UAAleksandr, a 19-year-old student, fled to Poland from Ukraine following the Russian invasion 📲 Through texts and voice messages, he kept in touch with @Kate_M_Proctor  on his journey 🧵 This is his story... View the full conversation:

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EXCLUSIVE 🚨 Campaigners and carers are demanding the government publish its long-awaited review into “barbaric” benefits rules forcing terminally ill people to attend work assessments The full story from PoliticsHome 🧵/1

Read John Bercow's FULL speech slamming Donald Trump on our Liveblog:

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NEW Senior Tory says UK should rejoin single market to ease cost of living crisis

Exclusive: Serco have subcontracted contract tracing jobs to the company embroiled in the tax credit scandal and debt collection services

"I find it totally unacceptable that once again we see Downing Street running roughshod over MPs" Speaker Lindsay Hoyle said he is considering "other avenues" to force ministers to make statements to the Commons before they're made to the media

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