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Labour leader needs to show the public his values align with theirs
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UK PM confident enough to promote Gove and Truss, two rivals for his job
Johnson has removed liabilities, built party bridges and repositioned Gove in a bid to meet expectations
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Analysis shows homelessness and poverty will rise when universal credit boost finishes
Prime minister will face three significant challenges if he takes higher-spending pathway
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Prime minister prepares to defy furious Tory critics over national insurance increase
Prime minister reveals 311 Afghans who worked with UK troops remain stranded
Departure leaves a 'stain on the reputation of the west', says former PM
Government seeks to avoid having to introduce another lockdown over winter
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