The 'lodestar for the Labour left' made enemies but was regarded with a good degree of affection
One of the Left’s most influential and charismatic figures – with film star looks to boot
But report details 'heart rending' stories of 16 families who suffered serious problems with care
As 25,000 children are hospitalised every year for self-harming, MPs are finally asking the big question
Union leader Bob Crow, who led several high-profile strikes, died this morning after a 'massive heart attack'
Flagship jobs pledge aims to tackle youth unemployment and bring an end to a 'benefits for life'
Discovery of treasure-trove on Whitehorse Hill 'as important' as Stonehenge, say archaeologists
Prince is 'in a hurry' to wed 24-year-old with blonde good looks and an aristocratic bloodline
Bookies slash odds of a royal engagement in 2014 as couple seen out in public twice in three days
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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