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Labour's free childcare pledge

Labour says it would increase the amount of free childcare for working parents of three to four-year-olds from 15 to 25 hours. Ed Balls has questioned whether the HS2 rail link plan "is the best way to spend £50 billion for the future of our country"

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Unite leader urges 'fightback' against Bullingdon Boys

The leader of the Unite union has urged Labour party supporters to "fightback" against attacks on workers rights by former members of the Bullingdon Boys club.

Len McCluskey, the general secretary of Unite said: "If this Government continues to attack us and continues to restrict our rights, let me warn them that if they push us far outside the law let it be so on their own heads."

"We have no intention of letting the Bullingdon Boys restrict the rights of our working people. We will fight for the values we treasure, which will stand the test of time."

The Bullingdon Boys is an Oxford University drinking club which had David Cameron and Boris Johnson as members.

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