Labour's Chuka Umunna has announced he will be running for leadership of the party whilst on a visit to Swindon.
In a video posted on his Facebook page, Mr Umunna said he had travelled to the town to make the announcement because it was the kind of place where Labour should be winning.
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Swindon North's Justin Tomlinson MP has been appointed Minister for the Disabled and Weston-super-Mare's John Penrose MP has become a minister in the Cabinet Office.
An anti-austerity protest is expected to take place in Bristol tomorrow (Wednesday).
Similar gatherings have already taken place in London, but organisers say their protest will be peaceful, following 15 arrests at the event in the capital.
As of Tuesday, more than 3,000 people have joined the Facebook page for the Bristol protest.
"We want an end to austerity. An end to the right wing media who are allowed to run amok. An end to the poor getting poorer and the rich getting richer. An end to an unfair voting system. This protest is about standing up for all that is so frightening about this tory government. It is a clear message from our city to Westminster that we will not surrender our voices."
"Please note this is an entirely PEACEFUL PROTEST. The organisers of this event are holding a strict safe space policy, meaning we will not tolerate or accept any actions or chants that are in any way offensive."
A trio of Bristol Labour MPs are on their way to London for their first day of work in Parliament.
Newly elected Thangham Debbonaire - MP for Bristol West - and Karin Smyth - MP for Bristol South - accompanied returning MP Kerry McCarthy on the train this morning. They'll be summoned a week from today.
The three were elected along with Conservative Charlotte Leslie MP in Bristol North West, completing an all female line-up of MPs in the city.
Some of the west country's new MPs will be heading to London today for their first day of work in Parliament.
They'll be summoned a week today.
Charlotte Leslie, who has just retained the Bristol North West seat for the Conservatives has told ITV West it was a difficult campaign.
Her parents were targeted by vandals who daubed graffiti on her car in the run up to the election.
It has been a hard campaign personally, certainly more turbulent than I'd have thought. What it made me realise was actually how lucky we are to live in a democracy where most people are able to express their differences with me as robustly as they want in a free democracy.
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Vice-Chancellor and President of the University of the West of England Professor Steve West has announced that it is important that the University remains focused on its ambitions for the future as the indications point to a Conservative second term this morning.
Professor West wants the sector to be represented in Westminster although universities are usually politically neutral.
The University has a clear and ambitious strategic direction. Our responsibility is to work with our staff, students and partners to deliver the best opportunities and outcomes for our graduates through high quality, sustainable teaching and research.
Working with Westminster as well as our region will continue to be a priority for us to ensure we maximise our influence and commitment to creating an exciting and sustainable future for all.
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