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Jeremy Hunt says the NHS will have a legal duty to be honest about mistakes.
The Prime Minister says some immigrants to Britain will lose benefits after six months.
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Live from Canterbury Cathedral ahead of the inauguration of the Archbishop, Justin Welby.
Full coverage and analysis of the chancellor's budget speech from Westminster.
Ordinary savers on Cyprus may no longer face a new tax on savings.
A deal is struck on press regulation in the wake of the phone hacking scandal.
Cross party talks about press regulation break down.
Pope, Prime Minister's Questions and pricing for alcohol.
Shelagh is in Rome as 115 cardinals prepare to enter the Conclave.
Justine Greening on why her international aid department should have a protected budget.
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A 16-year-old school girl is stabbed to death on a bus in Birmingham.
Shelagh talks about payday loans and childcare costs with her team of MPs.
The Chief Executive of the NHS in England answers calls for his resignation.
Police Federation defends officers after IPCC finds a killer could have been stopped.
What now for the Tories after Eastleigh? And Ryan Giggs signs again at 39.