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  • October 31st 2020
  • UK coronavirus: Boris Johnson to give press conference on a new lockdown in England - live news

  • Tory horror: Halloween for the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign

  • October 30th 2020
  • Many Voices: An Introduction to Queer Scotland Today

  • UK coronavirus live: pressure mounts on Boris Johnson for immediate national lockdown

  • Opinion: Catriona Stewart: Pret a Manger's founder can so casually discard the elderly because we underestimate our old people

  • October 29th 2020
  • McCallion goes, but questions remain as to why Sinn Fein owned offices were considered ‘small businesses’

  • “Spending serious southern money in the North is a signpost few will miss.”

  • Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard praises Corbyn's 'anti-racist campaigning' after suspension

  • Elisha McCallion resigns from the Seanad and McDonald apologises.

  • An end to Labour's antisemitism controversy seems as far away as ever

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