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BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Jeremy Hunt: 'My remain vote was a hurdle we couldn't overcome'
Tory leadership runner-up said his campaign couldn't overcome that he voted to remain in the EU referendum.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson: Nicola Sturgeon has 'profound concerns'
Scotland's first minister says Mr Johnson should be in no doubt about the gravity of the situation he is about to inherit.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson speech: In full
Boris Johnson sets out his stall after he beats Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative Party leadership contest.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Johnson's first speech as Tory party leader - in full
Boris Johnson sets out his stall after he beats Jeremy Hunt in the Conservative Party leadership contest.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

New Conservative leader and PM is announced
Senior MP Dame Cheryl Gillan reveals the result of the Conservative Party leadership election.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson: What can the new PM expect on his first day?
The keys to No 10 will be handed over to Boris Johnson on Wednesday.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Reality Check: What is the new PM's Brexit plan?
Reality Check looks at the Brexit plan of the new prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Tory leadership: Boris Johnson's first speech as party leader
New Conservative leader Boris Johnson says he has three priorities, to deliver Brexit, unite the county and defeat Jeremy Corbyn.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson: 'Dude! We are going to energise the country'
New Conservative leader Boris Johnson says he has three priorities, to deliver Brexit, unite the county and defeat Jeremy Corbyn.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson: What's his track record?
The record of the man who will be the UK's next prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Track record: Boris Johnson
The record of the man who will be the UK's next prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson wins race to be Tory leader and PM
Boris Johnson beats Jeremy Hunt in a ballot of party members and will enter Downing Street on Wednesday.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Boris Johnson: What will the new prime minister mean for NI?
BBC News NI's Jayne McCormack assesses what Number 10's new occupant will mean for NI.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Universal credit: Disabled people to get backdated benefit payments
Thousands of universal credit claimants will get back payments after a court ruling of discrimination.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism: Corbyn's plan to go to ruling body
The Labour leader says he wants to "confront this poison and drive it out of our party".

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

University of Reading's baby llama has been named Jeremy
A university announces the result of a vote to name its baby Llama after a Tory leadership candidate.

BBC Politics
Jul 23, 2019

New UK prime minister: Johnson and Hunt await Conservative leadership vote
Tory members will choose either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt as Theresa May's successor in No 10.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Pledge to end smoking in England by 2030
The ambition is part of a range of measures to tackle the causes of preventable ill health.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Conservative leadership: Johnson and Hunt await result of members' vote
Tory members will choose either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt as Theresa May's successor in No 10.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Conservative leadership: Johnson and Hunt await result of vote
Tory members will choose either Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt as Theresa May's successor in No 10.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Legal move against Commons Brexit suspension
A cross-party group of parliamentarians is seeking a ruling that parliament cannot be prorogued.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Tony Blair: Former PM refuses to confirm he will vote Labour
The ex-prime minister tells the BBC his party is in a "difficult" place over anti-Semitism and Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dems: Jo Swinson becomes party's first female leader
The 39-year old says she will do "whatever its takes" to stop Brexit after defeating Sir Ed Davey.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Huawei: Government decision on 5G rollout delayed
The implication of the recent US ban on its companies from dealing with Huawei was not clear, the government says.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism: Corbyn announces plan to speed up expulsions
The Labour leader says he wants to "confront this poison and drive it out of our party".

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Jeremy Hunt statement on Iran actions over Stena Impero
The foreign secretary gives a statement on Iranian actions over the the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dems: Jo Swinson elected new leader
Jo Swinson becomes the party's first female leader, after beating Sir Ed Davey in a poll of members.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Tory leadership contest: Voting closes
As the race ends, one minister quits in protest at a possible Boris Johnson victory.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dems: Jo Swinson announced as first female leader
The East Dunbartonshire MP received almost two thirds of the votes in the party leadership race.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dems: Jo Swinson announced as first-ever female leader
The East Dunbartonshire MP received almost two thirds of the votes in the party leadership race.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dems: Who is new leader Jo Swinson?
The MP has become the first female leader in the Liberal Democrats' 31-year history.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Alan Duncan's predictions for Boris Johnson government
Sir Alan Duncan says his former boss Boris Johnson "flies by the seat of his pants" and is a "bit ramshackle".

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Labour: Shadow cabinet discussing anti-Semitism criticisms
Meanwhile, Labour peers decide against voting on a no-confidence motion in Jeremy Corbyn.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

What is 'no-deal Brexit'?
What people really mean when they talk about leaving the EU without a Brexit deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Carl Beech trial: 'VIP abuse' accuser guilty of false claims
A convicted paedophile made false allegations of murder and sexual abuse against public figures.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Iran tanker seizure: May chairs Cobra meeting on crisis
Number 10 calls the seizure of the British-flagged ship "unacceptable and highly escalatory".

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Charlie Elphicke: Tory MP charged with sexual assault
Dover MP Charlie Elphicke is charged with three counts of sexual assault against two women.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Government offers 'inflation-busting' pay rises
Police and other public sector workers will get increases above the 2% inflation rate.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Tory leadership race: Alan Duncan resigns as minister
Sir Alan Duncan quit after the chancellor said he would also resign if Boris Johnson becomes PM.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Labour: Shadow cabinet to discuss anti-Semitism criticisms
Labour peers will also consider calling for a no confidence vote in leader Jeremy Corbyn.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Vince Cable: As Lib Dem leader stands down, what is his legacy?
Expectations were low when he took over in 2017, but Brexit has put the wind back in the party's sails.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Theresa May's memes: The PM's leadership through the internet's eyes
Chips, that laugh and those dances: thanks for the memories Theresa May.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Aid budget to be used by International Trade Department
Part of the £14bn aid budget will be spent by Liam Fox's Department for International Trade.

BBC Politics
Jul 22, 2019

Lib Dem leadership: Sir Vince Cable's replacement to be announced
Jo Swinson or Sir Ed Davey will be named as Sir Vince Cable's successor on Monday afternoon.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Iran tanker seizure: May to chair Cobra meeting on crisis
The prime minister is expected to receive updates and discuss the security of shipping in the area.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Tory leadership contest: Voting to close
Party members have until Monday evening to return their ballots for Jeremy Hunt or Boris Johnson.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Who would win if a general election were held now?
With the UK about to get a new prime minister, the prospect of an early election is not far-fetched.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Labour launches anti-Semitism guide for party members
The launch of the material comes as the shadow cabinet is due to discuss the issue on Monday.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Iran tanker seizure: UK 'didn't take eye off ball', Hammond says
Philip Hammond says the UK did not "take its eye off the ball" amid escalating tensions in the Gulf.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Brexit: No-deal Brexit would be UK's choice, Ireland's deputy PM says
If new UK PM wants to tear up the withdrawal deal "we're in trouble", Ireland's deputy PM warns.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Irish deputy PM Coveney: No deal Brexit would mean customs checks in Ireland
Irish deputy PM Simon Coveney says that Ireland would have to put trade checks in place in the event of a no deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Philip Hammond 'intends to resign' if Boris Johnson becomes PM
Chancellor Philip Hammond tells the BBC's Andrew Marr that he intends to hand in his resignation to Theresa May.

BBC Politics
Jul 21, 2019

Philip Hammond plans to quit if Johnson becomes PM
Philip Hammond tells the BBC he plans to resign when Theresa May leaves office next week.

BBC Politics
Jul 20, 2019

Gloria De Piero: Labour MP quits as shadow justice minister
Labour's Gloria De Piero, who opposes a second EU referendum, says she has received online abuse.

BBC Politics
Jul 20, 2019

Labour wants to end outsourcing of council services
Bin collections, cleaning and school dinners could be taken back in-house under the party's plans.

BBC Politics
Jul 20, 2019

Tanker seizure: Jeremy Hunt warns Iran against choosing 'dangerous path'
The foreign secretary says Iran may be engaging in "illegal and destabilising behaviour" in the Gulf.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

UK 'deeply concerned' over tanker seizure
The foreign secretary says the detention by Iran of the British-flagged ship is "unacceptable".

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Iran tanker seizure: UK 'deeply concerned'
The foreign secretary says the detention by Iran of the British-flagged ship is "unacceptable".

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Ministers pledge to end 'poor doors' in new build housing
The government says separate entrances "stigmatise" social housing tenants in new developments.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

HS2: Costs review 'ongoing' amid reported £30bn overrun
The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

HS2: High-speed line cost 'could rise by £30bn'
The boss of the new high-speed rail link has reportedly warned the project will exceed its £56bn budget.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Lib Dem leadership: Ed Davey and Jo Swinson on coalition
Lib Dem's Ed Davey rules out a future coalition, while Jo Swinson says they must learn lessons from the last one.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Labour MP Emily Thornberry taken to hospital after bicycle accident
The shadow foreign secretary was cycling when she was involved in a collision in Westminster.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Donald Trump: Boris Johnson 'will do a great job as PM'
"He's a different kind of a guy but they say I'm a different kind of guy too," the US president says.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Liberal Democrat leadership: Ed Davey and Jo Swinson
The Liberal Democrats have been rebuilding after the coalition government years, and dropping to just eight MPs in the Commons.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Labour MP Emily Thornberry in hospital after bicycle accident
The shadow foreign secretary was cycling when she was involved in a collision in Westminster.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Protester admits calling MP Anna Soubry a Nazi
James Goddard, 30, who was arrested outside Parliament, admits public order offences.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Darren Grimes: Brexit campaigner wins appeal against £20,000 fine
BeLeave founder Darren Grimes says the Electoral Commission's punishment has "taken a huge toll".

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Man who shouted abuse at MP Anna Soubry admits offences
James Goddard, 29, who was arrested outside Parliament, admits public order offences.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Sajid Javid warns of 'naked populism' in US
The home secretary also said open racism was propelling extremist politicians to power around the world.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Love Islander Zara McDermott: Apprentice or university choice
Why did former Love Island contestant Zara McDermott choose an apprenticeship over university?

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Philip Hammond will 'not exclude' backing no confidence vote to stop no-deal Brexit
The chancellor says he'll do "everything in my power" to stop a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Public sector workers 'to get above-inflation pay rise'
Dentists, teachers and police officers are reportedly getting pay increases between 2% and 2.75%.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Nighty night, Jan Ravens ends This Week fielding complaints
After 16 years, This Week closes with a webcam in the BBC complaints department room - we are in trouble again!

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Brexit: MPs call on EU to protect UK citizens in no-deal scenario
A cross-party group warns 1.3 million British citizens living in Europe could lose their rights.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Brexitcast questions Steve Barclay on Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson has been criticised for making inaccurate claims during a speech at the final Conservative Hustings - supporter Steve Barclay responds.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

Leaders must 'moderate language' to fight extremism - Javid
Home Secretary Sajid Javid says everyone has a "part to play" to stop the spread of poisonous ideologies.

BBC Politics
Jul 19, 2019

This Week: 'The end of an error'
Presenter Andrew Neil says farewell as the late-night politics show come to end after 16 years.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Public sector workers 'to get £2bn pay rise'
Soldiers, teachers and police officers are reportedly getting their biggest rise in six years.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Sajid Javid: Leaders must 'moderate language' to fight extremism
Home Secretary Sajid Javid says everyone has a "part to play" to stop the spread of poisonous ideologies.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Could there be an early general election?
Some MPs say they are prepared to trigger an election. How soon could it theoretically happen?

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Schools 'desperately need' cash injection, MPs say
Schools and colleges urgently need billions more in funding, a committee of MPs says.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Housing, the environment and LGBT rights - where does the next PM stand?
From the environment to LGBT rights, the BBC's Nick Eardley explains where Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt stand on these big issues.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Parents of sick and premature babies should get more leave - PM
Theresa May says "it's not fair" parents have to return to work before their baby leaves hospital.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Is Boris Johnson right about the rules on kippers?
Tory leadership candidate Boris Johnson says EU regulations put burdens on kipper smokers. Is he right?

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Chris Bryant: Cancer services need big improvements
Chris Bryant says Welsh Labour ministers should address shortages of radiologists and pathologists.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs back bid to block Parliament suspension
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Who do young Tories want as our next PM?
The average age of a Conservative party member is 57. But who do younger activists favour - Hunt or Johnson?

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

My son was scarred for life by dangerous dog
A mother from Bishopton has spoken out as MSPs hear attacks by dogs are still "unacceptably high".

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit could cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs approve measure to block Parliament shutdown
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs to vote on move to block Parliament shutdown
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No deal cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal could cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs call for halt to police's use of live facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs and taxpayers on retrospective loan charge payments
Anger is growing among taxpayers facing large demands from HMRC over their loan charge repayments.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Labour peers consider Corbyn no-confidence vote
The move follows the sacking of Baroness Hayter after she criticised the handling of anti-Semitism claims.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit likely to cause UK recession, says watchdog
The Office for Budget Responsibility says the economy could shrink if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Crimes solved by police in England and Wales at new low
Only 7.8% of offences saw someone being charged or summonsed to appear in court, figures show.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs call for halt to authorities' use of facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.

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