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Senior ministers are expected to phone members of the opposition, as the government seeks to build support for possible air strikes over Syria

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The French president calls on MPs to back UK air strikes in Syria, as Labour MPs seek to defuse a row over the issue

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Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone is criticised for suggesting Tony Blair was to blame for the deaths of 52 people in the 7/7 London bombings in 2005

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