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Here’s what’s in the House foreign aid bills for Israel and Ukraine : NPR

House speaker Mike Johnson speaks during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol on April 16. Julia Nikhinson/AFP via Getty…

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Democratic Sen. Jon Tester hopes to secure another win in deep-red Montana : NPR

Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., speaks during a town hall hosted by the Democratic lawmaker at Montana Technological University, Nov. 10,…

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Rishi Sunak vows to end what he calls ‘sicknote culture’ – UK politics live | Politics

Key events Rishi Sunak is arguing that not getting people into work is an “irresponsible burden” on future generations and…

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The backlash against protests; plus, how OJ Simpson changed media forever

Earlier this week, pro-Palestinian protestors blocked traffic on highways and bridges in San Francisco, Chicago, New York and Seattle. On…

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Expansion plans require 85,000 more childcare places by September 2025 | Early years education

An estimated 85,000 additional childcare places would be required by September 2025 to enable the government’s planned expansion of funded…

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House foreign aid bills for Ukraine and Israel move ahead with Democrats’ help : NPR

House Democratic Caucus Chair Pete Aguilar of California, House Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries of New York and House Minority Whip…

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Rwanda bill: what does the latest delay mean? | Immigration and asylum

Rishi Sunak’s plan to fly people seeking asylum to Rwanda this spring appears to have been put back to the…

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Sunak to cite Britain’s ‘sicknote culture’ in bid to overhaul fit note system | Health policy

Rishi Sunak will today claim Britain is suffering from a “sicknote culture”, as he warns there is a risk of…

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Former civil servant says ‘racism in Cabinet Office’ forced her to resign | Civil service

A former senior civil servant has said in court papers that “a hostile racist working environment” in the Cabinet Office…

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Former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell charged in finance investigation | Scotland

Peter Murrell, the husband of the former first minister Nicola Sturgeon, has been charged in connection with embezzlement after being…

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