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Both a Muslim and gay man, Dhunna has called for religious and LGBT groups to communicate better
Tom Mludzinski from pollsters ComRes explains how 'it's not always good news if polls are newsworthy'
Jane Brewin calls for more to be done to prevent miscarriages
Panmure Gordon's David Buik says 'he's got to go' to the meeting
Nigel Adderley says the trouble could have been prevented
Gay rights activist condemns 'shocking and outrageous' Orlando attack
Sir Michael Wilshaw says testing students at age 14 will help improve standards
Child-loss charity says inquiries into stillbirth "are not being done right if parents aren't involved"
Jon Platt said the council's decision will cost 'hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money'
Managing director Johnny Rich says more teaching can sometimes hinder learning at university
The member for Bassetlaw says exiting the EU is the right choice for Britain's working class
Former police officer Peter Bleksley advises fans at the football tournament to enjoy themselves while staying vigilant
Barrister John Harrison describes innocent man's sexual risk order as "intrusive and ridiculous"
Cyber specialist Graeme Batsman insists that artificial intelligence won't be taking over the planet just yet
Food Britannia author Andrew Webb says the online giant's entry into the market will prove a "game changer" for other stores
The businessman and political donor says he'll force a judicial review if government extend voter registration deadline
Dan Campsall, of Road Safety Analysis, says the practice creates "significant risk" as experts call for total mobile ban for drivers
Hogwarts fan Devin Storment was lucky enough to be at the preview performance of the boy wizard's new play
Wall Street Journal's Josh Robinson says battling pair need to act more presidentially
Journalist Martin Daubney and charity chief executive Susie McDonald says we need to change perceptions for young people
Political commentator Ian Dunt says UKIP leader did not perform well in ITV's showdown
The British millionaire would like to see the 90-year-old publisher move from porn to politics
Sebastian Payne, of the Financial Times, says the Clintons have adversely affected Democratic politics
Jim White, from The Telegraph, talked through Eva Carneiro's case with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Father who went to High Court after taking his daughter out of school for a holiday says he's had a lot of aggravation
A report by the European Union statistics office reveals Britain's avoidable death rate is much higher than other European nations
Journalist Simon Glazin claims the results of a Marks & Spencer survey reflect men's growing interest in fashion
Dr. Julia Baines labelled the practice as a "shocking and crude use of animals"
The UKIP Parliamentary Spokesperson slammed the former Prime Minister for comments made about Boris Johnson and the Leave Campaign
Parenting blogger Vicky Welton said disparity is a poor example to set for future generations
Editor of The Times' political website was 'struck by the lack of applause' for the PM during live TV debate
Government plan is disproportionate and enforceable, say pressure groups
The decision follows a similar relaxation of the rules in the rest of the UK in 2011
Omer El-Hamdoon insists 'it would have serious implications on wider society' to allow companies to be able to ban religious clothing
Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom says open letter written by Alistair Darling and George Osborne is 'extraordinary'
Republicans Overseas spokeswoman Kate Andrews and author David Milne discuss the billionaire businessman
The former Labour MP has written an open letter with George Osborne criticising the Leave campaign
Solicitor Mark Stephens tells Julia Hartley-Brewer about some weird and wonderful legislation
The former Immigration Secretary claim 'it doesn't meet the needs the Leave campaign have identified'
Studies have shown once fathers are over 50 there is an increased risk of autism
'Crime is generally a man's business,' explains criminology professor David Wilson
New figures reveal one in eight local practice posts are vacant
The singer and presenter hopes her new documentary will help change perceptions
The Royal United Services Institute's Margaret Gilmore says the terrorist group will fight hard to maintain control of symbolic city
Harry Benson, from the Marriage Foundation, claims marital traditions may influence children's well-being
The courts are disjointed and overstretched, says Meg Hillier MP
Investment firm says other employers will aim to cut pension benefits is the government allows scheme to go ahead
Mary-Jo Jacobi, advisor to US presidents George H.W. Bush and Ronald Reagan, explains the battle ahead for the likely Republican candidate
The English newspaper editor warns panic buying is increasing fuel shortages
The UKIP leader condemns the controversial 'A Vote Is A Vote' ad campaign
Katerina Lisenkova explains that politicians need to adapt to cope with increased migration figures