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A number of MPs are calling for anti-stalking laws to be updated to make ‘cyber-stalking’ a criminal offence.
Methodists and Quakers have criticised government plans for minimum pricing of alcoholic drinks, insisting they will do little to tackle alcohol-related problems.
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster leader Elfyn Llwyd has alleged a conflict of interest at the heart of the inquiry into the Iraq war.
Membership of the Young Greens increased by 10% in only one weekend after Parliament voted to treble the cap on university fees in England to £9,000 per year.
The Green Party and Plaid Cymru have both repeated their calls for the abolition of tuition fees, after MPs voted to increase them.
Conservative peer Howard Flight has been accused of showing “the Tories' true colours” after he said that benefit reforms would encourage poorer people to "breed".
A House of Lords Select Committee has heavily criticised the UK government over a bill that will allow ministers to slash funding for Welsh language television.
Plaid Cymru will today try to stop the Bill introducing Post Office privatisation. They aim to to prevent the government's "spiralling privatisation agenda".
Plaid Cymru has condemned the government's failure to invest in renewable energy and insisted that the Welsh Assembly must have powers over energy projects.
Plaid Cymru have welcomed a plan to cut pension tax relief to people on higher incomes. But they have reiterated their opposition to the cuts agenda as a whole.