Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn pay tribute to the people of Manchester one year after the terror attack and a day after a service to remember the victims.
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With opposition MPs calling on her to resign, Esther McVey apologised to Parliament for comments about Universal Credit. The work and pensions secretary admitted to “inadvertently misleading” the House of Commons after a critical report from the National Audit Office. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Nicola Sturgeon took over as Alex Salmond’s successor as Scottish first minister in 2014 First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has spoken of her “huge sadness” following the resignation of former SNP leader Alex Salmond from the party. Mr Salmond announced he was quitting on Wednesday amid allegations of sexual misconduct, […]