Warning from the grassroots comes amid rumours of 'unity reshuffle' after the vote
There are obvious similarities between the two veteran socialists, but they disagree on key issues
Lee Harris, a 79-year-old 'head shop' owner, hopes to join race and campaign for change in drugs law
Resounding victories for the two outsider candidates while Clinton and Kaisch are runners-up
Donald Trump holding onto a solid lead, but the Democratic race may be harder to predict
First account-holders are already cashing in and claiming government bonus of at least £400
More than half of Britons who have made up their minds will vote to leave
The US senator for Vermont has surpassed expectations so far in the presidential race
Iain Duncan Smith's welfare project aims to simplify benefits system and ensure that work pays
The Florida senator has touched a chord with average voters as well as the party elite – but exactly how moderate is he?
Can the ultra-conservative become the next Republican presidential nominee?
New workers will get minimum required to meet incoming legislation in April
Call for a one per cent rise across all income bands, with a payment offsetting losses for low-paid workers
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Camila Batmanghelidjh and government ministers criticised in MPs' report into collapse of children's charity
Islamic law forbidding alcohol in force at proposed temporary home for Parliament
An in/out referendum on Britain's membership could be held as soon as this summer
Corruption rankings show two thirds of countries have a 'serious problem'
Watchdog gives its support to ban if the wearing of niqab or other face-covering veil harms education
Domestic violence victim and family of disabled teenager win legal challenges against policy