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General election: Johnson’s record of lying and prejudice makes him unfit to be PM, say Lib Dems – live news | Politics

1.59pm GMT13:59 This is from Iain Duncan Smith, the former Tory leader seeking re-election in Chingford and Woodford Green. Iain Duncan Smith (@MPIainDS) Unfortunately this...
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General election 2019: Boris Johnson launches Tory manifesto with 50,000 nurses pledge – live news

Johnson says Tories will introduce 20,000 more police officers alongside tougher sentencing. Keep up with all the latest news Full story: Johnson launches manifesto with...
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General election: Liberal Democrats promise £50bn windfall from stopping Brexit at manifesto launch – live news | Politics

Even after 10 years of cruel cuts and despite creaking public services, the Tories still think the answer to the challenges of our time is...
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Donald Trump tariff threat hangs over global stock markets – business live | Business

8.26am GMT08:26 Analysts at MUFG Bank note that the response to the Hong Kong protests is a key diplomatic factor that could be affecting the...
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Brexit could weaken rules on antibiotics in farming, activists warn | Environment

Campaigners have warned that the next government must clamp down on the overuse of antibiotics in farming to stave off increasing risks of resistance that...
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General election: Johnson to tell CBI Brexit must happen even though ‘big business’ didn’t want it – live news | Politics

Let’s not beat around the bush, big business didn’t want Brexit. You made that clear in 2016 and this body said it louder than any...
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Three lions on a beach: a sculpture for the age of Brexit | Art and design

British lions aren’t supposed to look like this. They’re meant to be fierce, mighty and indomitable, lords of all they survey. But the three creatures...
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General election: Johnson re-launches Tory campaign as Labour unveils NHS plan – live news | Politics

6.18am GMT06:18 Shadow education minister Angela Rayner being interviewed by the Guardian’s Heather Stewart. Photograph: Sean Smith/The Guardian We begin the day with some fighting...
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Boris Johnson: goods from Northern Ireland to GB won’t be checked | Politics

Boris Johnson has declared he will not “implement” or “enact” checks on goods from Northern Ireland to Great Britain despite arrangements for customs controls under...
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General election: Lindsay Hoyle clear winner in first ballot for Speaker, but short of 50% of votes needed – live news | Politics

5.24pm GMT17:24 Lisa O’Carroll More than 400,000 EU citizens living in Britain applied for settled status in the last month, in a huge surge reflecting...