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Past articles by Emily:

100,000 civil servants to join February mass walkout in dramatic escalation of industrial dispute

The PCS union says the action, which coincides with TUC action in sectors across the country, will be biggest civil service strike in years → Read More

Rishi Sunak admits he used private healthcare but is registered with NHS GP

He finally set the record straight having avoided questions over whether he uses private healthcare for months → Read More

Ambulance strikes live: Latest updates as 25,000 workers walkout over pay with public warned of 999 delays

Patients have been told to expect waits for 999 and 111 calls, as well as delays for ambulances. → Read More

16 new revelations from Prince Harry’s book Spare: Text row with William and the ‘perfect kill’ in Afghanistan

He details his time in the army, the days and weeks following his mother Princess Diana’s death and his relationships with ex-girlfriends Chelsy Davy and Cressida Bonas → Read More

Prince Harry won't get his brother back through character assassination, royal commentator says

'There is no hope at all' of Harry and William reconciling, a commentator tells i → Read More

Minister claims there are record staff in the NHS

i fact checks Mark Harper's claims of record investment and NHS staffing as the health service battles a winter crisis → Read More

Anti-strike laws could be revealed in next fortnight but unions plan to take legal action to block them

TUC says unions will 'oppose any further restrictions every step of the way', with Rishi Sunak believed to be preparing to introduce legislation in the next two weeks → Read More

NHS: Rishi Sunak set to reveal emergency care plan amid dire warnings of ‘unsafe and undignified’ conditions

Prime Minister facing calls from senior health officials to declare a national NHS major incident → Read More

Jacob Rees-Mogg warns Tories face ‘inevitable defeat’ in next general election as he mulls leadership bid

The Brexit Opportunities minister, an ardent critic of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, is also understood to have considered running to replace his friend and ally Boris Johnson in the summer leadership contest → Read More

First King's speech set to pay tribute to Queen

King Charles is spending Christmas at Sandringham with his family, including the Prince and Princess of Wales and their three young children. (Photo: Toby Melville, Reuters) → Read More

NHS strikes: Health minister warns public 'don't do anything risky' during Wednesday's ambulance strike

Will Quince urged those with non life-threatening illnesses to call NHS 111 or go online on Wednesday - but anyone with chest pains should call 999 (Photo: Getty) → Read More

NHS strikes: The 3 options available to Rishi Sunak as PM refuses to negotiate over nurses’ pay

The Prime Minister has warned striking workers he will hold out against 'unreasonable' pay demands for months if necessary → Read More

Government's Rwanda asylum policy is lawful, High Court judges rule

The judgement comes after more than three months' deliberation over action brought by charities and campaigners → Read More

Dominic Raab investigated over five fresh bullying allegations as pressure mounts on Deputy PM

The deputy PM will keep his Cabinet position while the investigation is ongoing → Read More

PMQs live: Suella Braverman says it is 'vital' to end illegal crossings after four die in Channel tragedy

Suella Braverman gave a statement to MPs following the sinking of a small boat of migrants attempting to cross the Channel from France overnight. (Photo: PRU/AFP) → Read More

Midwives in Wales vote to strike over pay but no walkout in England as ballot falls short

The Royal College of Midwives said that while 88 per cent of members in England that voted were in support of strike action, not enough midwives took part in the vote → Read More

Is there a train strike today? Full list of rail strikes this week and why the RMT rejected latest pay offer

The latest stage of industrial action has crippled much of the UK's rail services, with travellers facing heavily restricted routes or none at all. → Read More

UK weather: Snow brings travel chaos across UK as roads gridlocked, flights grounded and trains cancelled

The Met Office has issued a yellow snow and ice warning which remains in place until Tuesday but forecasters predict more severe weather later in the week → Read More

Voter ID: Liberal Democrats will attempt to derail Government plans to force people to carry photo ID to vote

They argue voter ID is an assault on democracy and risks disenfranchising millions of voters → Read More

CDO: Priti Patel leads new Tory group in major challenge to Rishi Sunak over party’s direction

The campaign has been backed by a billionaire Tory donor in an attempt to 'restore democracy ' and 'take back control' of the party following the PM's route to No 10 → Read More