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Next week, there will be a debate in Parliament on reforming the law on murder. Conservative MP, Alex Chalk, wants the offence of murder split into first degree murder (for those who intend to kill) and second degree murder (for those who intend harm falling short of intent to kill).Mr Chalk said:"At the moment a defendant who takes a cricket bat and strikes the victim intending to break his toes will be guilty of murder if the victim falls over and dies. I think that should be second degree murder. E. Click here to keep reading >>Poll closes on Wednesday 29th of June 2016
Next week, MPs will debate automatic voter registration in a Westminster Hall debate. Earlier this month, people struggled to register to vote for the EU Referendum after the Government website crashed, which ended with a deadline extension.An E-petition was launched suggesting that when people register for a driving licence, or deal with other government agencies, they could provisionally be registered to vote with an ‘opt out’ clause.What would automatic registration mean?UK citizens would auto... Click here to keep reading >>Poll closes on Tuesday 28th of June 2016
The death of Labour MP Jo Cox, attacked outside her constituency surgery, has raised questions about whether more should be done to improve MPs’ security.?The killing of the Batley and Spen MP, the mother of two young children, has been met with sadness and shock and a recognition that being an MP can be a dangerous job.While MPs are protected by high security measures in Parliament, it is a different matter in their constituencies.MPs - even senior government ministers - hold regular surgeries to me.. Click here to keep reading >>Poll closes on Friday 1st of July 2016
Sir Cliff Richard, who has been told he will not be charged over accusations of historical sexual abuse after a two-year investigation, has called for suspects of sexual offences to be given anonymity until they are charged.The veteran singer complained that he was ‘hung out like live bait’ by South Yorkshire Police after his name was made public before he was interviewed over the claims.The singer's Berkshire home was raided in August 2014, an operation that was broadcast live on the BBC following... Click here to keep reading >>Poll closes on Friday 1st of July 2016
This week, rail passengers have been facing disruption on Southern Rail services following a 24-hour strike. RMT union members walked out over the introduction of driver-only trains (DOO) and a change in the role of conductors.The union is in dispute with Southern over the introduction of DOO trains on which guards would no longer open and close doors but would still be on trains.RMT members believe the rail operator intends to remove guards from trains completely, a move it claims would be "catastrop. Click here to keep reading >>Poll closes on Friday 1st of July 2016
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