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05:42, 9 JUN 2017
General Election 2017: When will the results be declared for west London constituencies?
We've created a handy election night guide so you can find when your next MP will be announced
Election 2015 live: Final day of campaigning
The polls open in less than 24 hours - but will Ed Miliband or David Cameron win the keys to Number 10? Follow today's updates here
British Sikhs campaign manifesto targets seats in west London
The Sikh Federation has launched a 10-point manifesto ahead of the 2015 general election targeting 50 seats nationwide
More money for Kew Gardens welcomed but bleak New Year still looms for staff
Politicians pushing the Government to secure the future for UNESCO World Heritage Site
Nick Clegg commits to £150million of mental health spending ahead of Autumn statement
In Brent, more than 4,000 children ages five to 16 sought some form of help in dealing with mental health related issues throughout 2010
Vince Cable: We were right to enter the coalition
The Secretary of State for Business spoke at a Liberal Democrats dinner in Ealing
Nick Clegg watches Whitton Wanderers rocked by Lane
Deputy prime minister is among the spectators at youth football match
Fears over Kew Gardens' budget cuts overshadow state visit by Singapore VIP
Unions seek public support for plans to put pressure on the Government over threats to RBS jobs.
Hammersmith and Fulham deny scuppering attempts to delay Earls Court demolition
The council has been accused of reneging on its promises after holding a private meeting to push through demolition details
Kew Gardens says government funding u-turn will not 'fully resolve' financial shortfall
Botanical gardens welcomes £1.5m government funding pledge but says job cuts are still necessary to secure long-term future
Interview: Executive chef Edson Lopes Junior inspired free school meals
Free school meals for four to seven-year-olds begins this week and Salina Patel spoke to the Feltham academy chef who was involved in the government's scheme.
Nick Clegg praises west London schools helping disadvantaged pupils
The deputy prime minister also launched an initiative to help children from less well off backgrounds starting school
Nick Clegg makes trip to Hillingdon Outdoor Activities Centre - but not to talk about HS2, which will destroy it
The Deputy Prime Minister dropped his son off at the Harefield centre which will be destroyed if HS2 goes ahead
Queen's Speech 2014 live: Watch State Opening of Parliament
The Queen is setting out the legislative programme for the final year of the coalition Government at the State Opening of Parliament
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Mrs Greg Dyke grateful for local election experience but won't ask for a replay.
Prospective Lib Dem councillor unable to mimic the success of Brentford FC and says politics is a funny old game.
Westminster students meet Deputy Prime Minister on visit to Portrait Gallery
Westminster Academy students were invited to the National Portrait Gallery for the launch of the programme expanding young people's cultural horizons - and they met the deputy PM.
In pictures: Rail strike brings a second day of misery for commuters
But good news for those battling to get to work is that the Unions have said they will take part in talks on Friday aimed at resolving the dispute
The war on rogue landlords in Harrow praised by Nick Clegg
Bob Blackman mentioned Tory council leader Councillor Susan Hall's recent action of working with the police and fire service to tackle the problem of beds in sheds and overcrowding during Prime Ministers Questions
Burlington Danes Academy
Volunteering pupil meets Prince Charles and David Cameron
Burlington Danes Academy student visits Buckingham Palace for launch of volunteering campaign
Ealing MP Angie Bray to face woman opponent
LABOUR has described Central Ealing and Acton as a key battleground in the next election and will be fielding a female candidate against MP Angie Bray.
Southall constituency could merge with Heston
SOUTHALL would be forced to share an MP with part of Hounslow under proposals to reform the electoral system.
Virendra Sharma MP: Ed Miliband shows real leadership
Ealing Southall MP Virendra Sharma provides our latest Constituency Matters political column.
Call for Lib Dem HS2 victims to quit party
AN ANTI-HS2 campaigner has called on Liberal Democrat members affected by the line to quit the party following Nick Clegg’s support for the scheme.
Heathrow 'will not get new runway'
The Government has restated its opposition to a third runway at Heathrow as a senior Tory challenged David Cameron to show if he was a "man or a mouse" by reversing the policy.