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Life-threatening sepsis may affect far more in UK than previously thought

12-month-old William Mead died of sepsis in December 2014 (Family handout/PA)

Far more people in the UK suffer from deadly sepsis than previously thought, research shows.

2:01pm Monday 20 February 2017

Ministers write to Tory MPs in bid to avert business rates rebellion

The High Street in Winchester, as ministers try to head off a rebellion by Tory MPs over business rate rises in the party's heartlands

Senior ministers have written to Tory MPs in an attempt to stave off a rebellion over the business rates revaluation.

4:30am Monday 20 February 2017

Theresa May urges peers not to 'hold up' delivery of Brexit

Theresa May has been warned she will face difficulties in Brexit negotiations

Prime Minister Theresa May has said she does not want to see anyone holding up "what the British people want", as the Brexit Bill goes before the House of Lords.

12:22am Monday 20 February 2017

UK could review claims for asylum from child refugees in France

Officials will look again at claims from children who had previously been in the migrant camp in Calais if there is new information about them.

Some claims for asylum in the UK from child refugees in France could be reviewed, the Home Office said as ministers came under pressure to take more in.

12:22am Monday 20 February 2017

'Not a single member of Cabinet' will support John Bercow in no confidence vote

John Bercow faces a no confidence vote

The Conservative MP attempting to oust John Bercow has said he does not believe any Cabinet ministers will support him continuing as Speaker of the House of Commons.

5:57pm Wednesday 15 February 2017

Campaign to oust Bercow is undignified, says Soames

A motion of no confidence has been tabled against John Bercow

John Bercow has a tendency to "shout off" but the campaign to oust him is "undignified", a senior Tory MP has said.

2:26pm Sunday 19 February 2017

UK could review claims for asylum from child refugees in France

Mrs May has been urged to do more to help unaccompanied child refugees

Some claims for asylum in the UK from child refugees in France could be reviewed, the Home Office said as ministers came under pressure to take more in.

12:02am Sunday 19 February 2017

Call to help Syria's neighbours tackle refugee crisis

Dr Rosena Allin-Khan witnessed "harrowing" scenes at Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan

Britain must do more to support countries bordering Syria if it is not prepared to take more refugees, a Labour MP said after visiting the region.

6:05am Saturday 18 February 2017

Viagogo condemned for reselling tickets to Ed Sheeran cancer charity concert

Ed Sheeran will play the Royal Albert Hall next month in aid of teenage cancer patients

Secondary ticketing site Viagogo have been accused of "moral repugnance" over a decision to resell tickets to an Ed Sheeran cancer charity gig.

12:19am Saturday 18 February 2017

Viagogo condemned for reselling tickets to Ed Sheeran cancer charity concert

Viagogo condemned for reselling tickets to Ed Sheeran cancer charity concert

The concert is in aid of teenage cancer patients.

11:12pm Friday 17 February 2017
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