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As Galloway the disrupter steals Sunak's thunder, MPs worry for their future

Sky News Friday, 1 March 2024
It's quite a day when the prime minister gives a speech on the steps of Downing Street saying that democracy is under threat - and it's not even clear that's the most important event that happened in British politics that day.
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Council of Europe's human rights commissioner condemns UK's Rwanda bill [Video]

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PM warns of 'growing threats' as he announces tens of billions of pounds in extra defence funding

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Cabinet ministers depart Downing Street [Video]

Cabinet ministers depart Downing Street

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Cabinet ministers arrive at Downing Street

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