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Labour is deciding whether to impose a whip on MPs in any vote on bombing Syria.
Shapps resigns amid claims he failed to act on alleged bullying within Tory youth wing
Jeremy Corbyn comes under pressure over his opposition to air strikes in Syria.
David Cameron tells MPs that attacking IS militants in Syria will make Britain safer
The Chancellor, George Osborne, reverses position on working tax credits
Putin condemns Turkey for shooting down a Russian warplane and warns of consequences.
David Cameron says it's his conviction the UK should attack Islamic State in Syria.
The Government begins making the case for airstrikes against IS militants in Syria
Belgium raised its terror threat to the highest possible level
Commandos storm hotel where Islamist gunmen have been holding more than 130 hostages
French say the man who they believe planned Friday's attacks on Paris is dead.
Livingstone apologises in psychiatric help row. All coal-fired power stations to close.
Cameron pledges a "comprehensive strategy" to win support for military action.
French officials identify the person they believe was behind the Paris attacks.
Detectives launch a manhunt for a suspect in the Paris attacks.
129 people including at least one British citizen killed by gunmen and suicide bombers
UK drone involved in the strike targeting Mohammed Emwazi
Figures suggest the NHS is failing to meet key targets.
European and African leaders discuss migrant crisis. Man guilty of murdering step-sister
David Cameron has set out his four key demands for a reformed European Union.
Russian athletes accused of widespread cheating. Opposition expects victory in Myanmar
Jeremy Corbyn accuses the head of the armed forces of taking sides over nuclear weapons