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Laura Hughes
Political Correspondent, Daily Telegraph laura.hughes@telegraph.co.uk
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Ben Riley-Smith 19h
Answering comments below the line on Roy Moore loss over here, if that's your thing.
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Laura Hughes Dec 11
'It has been the honour of my professional life to continue work in Jo Cox’s name as co-chair of the Loneliness Commission', says
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Barbara Speed Dec 10
Interesting to see the two female journos who actually broke the story being written out of history already
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Laura Hughes Dec 7
Looks like we have a deal. Juncker’s chief of staff tweets:
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Laura Hughes Dec 7
NEW: Arlene Foster tells the DUP secured 6 "substantial changes" to Irish issue/EU text. Says: "There is no red line down the Irish sea & clear confirmation that the entirety of the UK is leaving the Europen Union, leaving the single market & leaving the customs union."
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Laura Hughes Dec 7
NEW: Theresa May has arrived in Brussels where she has been greeted by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker. They are meeting now. via
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Beth Rigby Dec 6
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Laura Hughes Dec 7
NEW: Understand The Treasury are in the process of paying Philip Hammond's RAF bill.
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Mark Di Stefano 🤙🏻 Dec 7
omg Reporter: “What does it feel like coming home?” London mayor Sadiq Khan: “Home is south London mate. But it’s good to be in Pakistan. It’s good to come from India, home of my parents and grandparents"
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Jess Phillips Dec 6
I'm with . Impatient! A month on from the scandal breaking little has changed. As someone on the inside I assure you that power and position still matter more than the problem.
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
A Tory student on says: "It's harder to come out as being a Conservative than being gay”. Former Tory MP Julian Brazier admits: “It’s a very fair point”
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
This has made my day/month/year. Women who have called out sexual harassment make 's Person of the Year, 'The Silence Breakers' .
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Michelle Russell Dec 6
Exactly the same for me in NHS! Tried internal route,treated horrendously.People outside the process have been much kinder to me.Desperately did not want it to happen to another woman,sadly apparently too late
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
Replying to @jessphillips
Some question why victims go to the press. It's because they don't trust internal party reporting systems in place. It's because they want to ensure what happened to them doesn't happen to others. The way forward has to be creation of independent body/ HR for MPs staff/activists
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Bex Bailey Dec 6
Proud to feature alongside these brave women for . Many more deserve recognition. Those unable to speak out yet are no less brave. Real change still needed.
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
Bex Bailey, who said she was raped at a Labour party event in 2011 and discouraged from reporting it by a senior official, tells : "It’s pretty simple: don’t make women feel uncomfortable, don’t touch them without their consent, and no means no."
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
This has made my day/month/year. Women who have called out sexual harassment make 's Person of the Year, 'The Silence Breakers' .
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
Both and feature in 's Person of the Year, 'The Silence Breakers', along with other women who have called out sexual harassment this year.
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Josie Ensor Dec 6
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Laura Hughes Dec 6
Theresa May on 's claim that Jerusalem should be recognised as Israel's capital: "I'm intending to speak to President Trump about this matter"
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