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16:40, 13 SEP 2016
Which MPs could be the biggest winners and losers from electoral boundary review in west London?
The Conservatives look set to benefit in three of west London's most marginal seats - but Labour may be happy with another two...
Friend or foe? Is your MP in Jeremy Corbyn's good book?
A leaked document which ranks Labour MPs based on their loyalties to the opposition leader has angered some
Rise in fly-tipping prompts council to fight back
Westminster vow to do more to tackle the scourge, as annoyed MP takes to Twitter
Fox hunting: What's your MP's views on the ban?
Want to know if your MP supports the fox hunting ban or wants to see it repealed? Use our gadget to find out their views on the controversial subject
Election 2015: Westminster North
Can Labour hold Westminster North? We'll find out as voters go to the polls on May 7
A&E Crisis: Politicians demand Jeremy Hunt halts west London hospital closures
Eight Labour MPs have sent a letter to the secretary of health, saying he must stop further hospital closures to prevent a bigger crisis
Homeless children forced to commute for hours to get to school
An MP says children from homeless families are facing lengthy commutes after being temporarily housed far from their schools, writes Matt Oliver
MP speaks out against families living in emergency accommodation miles from Westminster
Labour's Karen Buck said the 76 affected families struggle to get their children to school, writes Matt Oliver
Mayor's plans to cut staff at Tube stations is a safety issue
Karen Buck, Labour MP for Westminster North, warns that Tube stations could become less safe under cost cutting plans to close ticket offices
Head accused of spending school funds on birthday bash gets job back
A HEADteacher accused of enjoying a lavish lifestyle using thousands of pounds of her school’s money has been reinstated.
Karen Buck MP: Thames Water has some explaining to do
Labour MP for Westminster North, Karen Buck, provides our latest political column.
Karen Buck MP: Thatcher will continue to inspire strong emotions
That Margaret Thatcher inspired strong emotions in supporters and opponents is an understatement.
Karen Buck MP: Everything costs more when you bring up children in London
Bringing children up in central London is frequently tough, and always expensive.
Gay marriage debate: How local MPs voted
IT was a landmark moment on Tuesday as MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of equal marriage in the House of Commons, by 400 to 175.
Karen Buck MP: No surprise Boris didn't mention station closures
To no one’s surprise, the issue of police station and counter closures did not feature in Boris Johnson’s election manifesto last year.
Karen Buck MP: 'Generation rent' is failure of housing policy
Karen Buck MP for Westminster North provides this week's political column.
Karen Buck MP: Police elections costly at a time when budgets being cut
Last week a tiny minority of those entitled to do so exercised their right to vote for elected police commissioners.
Karen Buck MP: Time is running out to tackle social care timebomb
Karen Buck, Labour MP for Westminster North, provides this week's political column.
Karen Buck MP: Folly of closing Jubilee Sports Centre on Jubilee year
Labour MP for Westminster North, Karen Buck, provides this week's Constituency Matters column.
Local Tories jubilant after AV result; Slaughter says 'Yes' defeat 'inevitable'
West and central London residents mirrored the rest of the country in voting to keep the first-past-the-post system in last week's referendum on constitutional change.
What I really told pupils' parents
I WRITE in relation to your article 'Mums to fight on over meals' (Friday, January 28).
Mother forced to drop claim against drug firm
A MUM who battled for compensation from a drug manufacturer is among 140 families who have been warned they face a £5million legal bill if they sue the company.
Mum given legal aid extension to fight drug company
A WOMAN desperately seeking the reinstatement of legal aid to fight against a drug she took during pregnancy was given an early Christmas present when her battle for support was given an extension.
Woman takes fight against drug company to Downing Street
A STANMORE woman who claims her daughter is severely disabled as a result of an anti-epilepsy drug she took during pregnancy took her fight for compensation to Downing Street last week.