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- Lutfur Rahman... The ex-mayor who can’t remember what properties he owns
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- Batman & Yentob: How neither got their stories straight in the Kids Company closure
- May day! Polls on why Labour lost the election still don’t tell the whole story
- PLUS: Fleeing Eritrea; a government gamble on super-fast gaming machines; and why the Corbyn tax figures don’t add up.
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Benedict Cumberbatch
A tale of two theatre reviews
ON 6 AUGUST, almost three weeks before its official press night, the Mail reviewed Benedict...
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Tower Hamlets
Lutfur Rahman’s property pickle
DISGRACED former Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman has been having second thoughts about what property...
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Scotland Yard
The hounding of Gurpal Virdi
THE recent prosecution of Gurpal Virdi was “the worst I have seen in 40 years...
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A Message
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Young British Artists
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Number Crunching
200,000
Members who left Labour during the prime ministership of Tony Blair, who warns that electing Jeremy Corbyn leader would mean ‘annihilation’ of the party
411,000
Members and registered supporters who have joined Labour since the general election, many of them specifically to support Jeremy Corbyn for leader
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- Batman & Yentob: How neither got their stories straight in the Kids Company closure
- May day! Polls on why Labour lost the election still don’t tell the whole story
- PLUS: Fleeing Eritrea; a government gamble on super-fast gaming machines; and why the Corbyn tax figures don’t add up.
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