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Obama Criticizes the Filibuster, Just as Democrats Start Using It

Obama Criticizes the Filibuster, Just as Democrats Start Using It
President Barack Obama argued in a new interview that the Senate should all-but eliminate the use of the filibuster, just as Democrats in the upper chamber have begun to make use of it. In an interview with the online policy site Vox, Obama argued that the now-routine requirement that a measure get 60 ... Full story

Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip

Lib Dems win Eastleigh by-election as Tories pushed into third by Ukip
David Cameron was last night pushed into third place in the Eastleigh by-election, sparking major questions over his leadership amid growing doubts that the Conservatives can win the next general election. Despite the by-election being called after the resignation of Chris Huhne, the disgraced Liberal Democrat Cabinet minister – and the sexual harassment scandal facing the ... Full story
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MP warned Nick Clegg about Lord Rennard sex claims

MP warned Nick Clegg about Lord Rennard sex claims
Nick Clegg was personally warned by one of his MPs that a senior figure in the Liberal Democrats might be sexually molesting female members of staff, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Sandra Gidley, a former MP and party spokesman, said she told Mr Clegg about the allegations surrounding Lord Rennard, the party’s former chief executive, after ... Full story

Clegg’s top aide told of Lord Rennard sexual harassment claims in 2010

Clegg's top aide told of Lord Rennard sexual harassment claims in 2010
Nick Clegg's most senior aide was told almost three years ago about allegations that a senior party figure had repeatedly sexually pestered female staff, The Daily Telegraph can disclose. Jonny Oates, the chief of staff to the Deputy Prime Minister, was informed in April 2010 that several women involved in the Liberal Democrat party had alleged ... Full story
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Oscar Pistorius bailed: Paralympian freed pending trial over Reeva Steenkamp’s death

Oscar Pistorius bailed: Paralympian freed pending trial over Reeva Steenkamp's death
It took two agonising hours for the magistrate to deliver his verdict, but when he granted Oscar Pistorius bail, the decision was greeted with cheers from the public gallery and tears from the defendant. Oscar Pistorius bailed: as it happened The world's most famous Paralympian – nicknamed Blade Runner – was released from custody on Friday after ... Full story

Oscar Pistorius: the first full account of how he shot Reeva Steenkamp

Oscar Pistorius: the first full account of how he shot Reeva Steenkamp
Oscar Pistorius said on Tuesday he shot his girlfriend in a rush of “terror” after mistaking her for an intruder. In a statement read to a packed courtroom, the South African Paralympian gave his first full account of how he came to kill Reeva Steenkamp, a 29-year-old model, at his home in the early hours of ... Full story

Oscar Pistorius: Reeva Steenkamp’s family desperate for answers

Oscar Pistorius: Reeva Steenkamp's family desperate for answers
The family of model Reeva Steenkamp have said they are desperate for answers about why she died, as they prepare for her funeral. Miss Steenkamp, 29, was declared dead early on Thursday morning at the home of Mr Pistorius near Pretoria. She was shot four times and her skull was reportedly fractured. Mr Pistorius, 26, is ... Full story

Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up

Right to light under threat in planning law shake-up
Historic laws which guarantee householders the right to enjoy the light which comes into their homes could be scrapped to encourage the building of large developments, it has been announced. In a new assault on planning rules, the Law Commission began a consultation, which is backed by ministers, which could lead to the centuries-old entitlement ... Full story
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Immigrants must live in Britain for a year before claiming benefits, says welfare minister

Immigrants must live in Britain for a year before claiming benefits, says welfare minister
Migrants from the European Union will be forced to live in Britain for up to a year before they can claim benefits, under plans outlined by Iain Duncan Smith, the welfare minister. The Work and Pensions Secretary said hard-working migrants who paid their taxes and contributed to the economy would be welcome. But he said he wanted ... Full story

State of the Union 2013: live

State of the Union 2013: live
Live coverage as Barack Obama delivers the first State of the Union of his second term, laying out policy on the economy, Afghanistan and nuclear weapons 03.55 (22.55) Marco Rubio, the young Florida senator tipped to be one of the Republican front runners in 2016, just delivered his party's official response to Obama's State of the ... Full story

Tens of thousands of ‘moonlighting’ police officers to declare second jobs

Tens of thousands of 'moonlighting' police officers to declare second jobs
Tens of thousands of moonlighting police officers will have to declare their second jobs for the first time, ministers will tell MPs today. Damian Green, the Policing minister, will unveil plans in the House of Common sto force officers to comply with a new code of conduct to try to raise professional standards. For the first time, ... Full story

Pope Benedict XVI resigns: pontiff ‘too frail in mind and body to carry on’

Pope Benedict XVI resigns: pontiff 'too frail in mind and body to carry on'
In the age of 24-hour news, email and Twitter, few announcements of state are kept a secret before they are made, even fewer have the power to make the world stop in disbelief. But Monday morning a declaration in Latin, delivered in a faltering voice to 50 cardinals in Rome, stopped millions of people in their ... Full story

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS

Stafford scandal: Jeremy Hunt calls for police inquiry into NHS
Police should investigate the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of patients at the Mid Staffordshire NHS hospitals in the wake of the public inquiry, the Health Secretary says. In an interview with The Daily Telegraph, Jeremy Hunt says it is “absolutely disgraceful” that no doctors, nurses or managers have been held to account for the substandard care ... Full story
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Grantham not sure it wants Baroness Thatcher statue

Grantham not sure it wants Baroness Thatcher statue
She is Grantham’s most famous daughter, but when a statue of Baroness Thatcher was offered to the local museum, it was considered by some to be a dubious honour. The £150,000 white marble work was famously decapitated by a protester in 2002 but has since been restored. Not everyone in her home town is sure they want ... Full story

Welsh Secretary takes chauffeured Jaguar for 100 metre walk to Number 10

Welsh Secretary takes chauffeured Jaguar for 100 metre walk to Number 10
David Jones, the Welsh Secretary, has been spotted taking his Chauffeur-driven jaguar around 100 metres from his office to Downing Street - and back again. Mr Jones was photographed making the short trip in his official car to this morning's Cabinet meeting with the Prime Minister. One witness said the chauffeur waited outside the meeting for around ... Full story
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Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote

Cameron accused of dividing Conservatives as MPs rebel on gay marriage vote
David Cameron was on Tuesday night accused of dividing the Conservative party as more Tory MPs voted against legalising gay marriage than voted in favour. The Prime Minister won his first Commons battle to legalise same-sex marriage by a margin of 400 votes to 175. But his victory came at the cost of a major split in ... Full story
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Justin Welby urged to provide ‘wisdom’ for the smartphone age – as he is ‘sentenced’ to be Archbishop

Justin Welby urged to provide 'wisdom' for the smartphone age - as he is 'sentenced' to be Archbishop
The new Archbishop of Canterbury has been sworn in with a call to provide leadership in an age where “even phones are smart but all too few people are wise”. Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York, told the Most Rev Justin Welby, that he would lead the Church of England amid an age of seemingly ... Full story

Twitter cases ‘threat to freedom of speech’

Twitter cases 'threat to freedom of speech’
Freedom of speech will be under threat if too many people are taken to court over offensive messages published on social media, the country’s top prosecutor has said. Keir Starmer, the Director of Public Prosecutions, said too many investigations into comments on networks such as Twitter would have a “chilling effect” on free speech. He issued ... Full story

Man with two knives shot with Taser at Buckingham Palace gates

Man with two knives shot with Taser at Buckingham Palace gates
Police were on Sunday forced to Taser a man who ran towards Buckingham Palace wielding knives in the air and holding a blade to his throat before throngs of tourists. Talhat Rehman, 54, broke from the crowd in the middle of the Changing of the Guard ceremony, holding one blade to his chest and another to ... Full story
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Scientists: this is Richard III

Scientists: this is Richard III
An image of the battle-scarred skull suspected to be that of Richard III has been released for the first time as scientists prepare to reveal the results of DNA tests that could rewrite history. The skeleton of a man found with an arrowhead embedded in his curving spine was excavated from a council car park in ... Full story
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