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BBC Politics
Oct 14, 2019

Budget date revealed by chancellor Sajid Javid
Chancellor Sajid Javid says it will be the UK's first Budget after leaving the EU.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

'Brexit: 'Big gap' remains in UK-EU deal discussions
The future of Northern Ireland's border dominates, while Parliament reconvenes for the Queen's Speech.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Stormont: Criticism over £280k for MLAs' travel expenses
It comes as people protest at Stormont as NI marks 1,000 days without a devolved government.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

SNP formally backs decriminalisation of drugs
SNP conference delegates unanimously pass a motion backing the decriminalisation of drugs.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson says 'significant' work still to do on deal
But Boris Johnson says there is "a way forward" that could "secure all our interests".

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson updates cabinet on deal talks
The PM's briefing comes as Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Leave-backing MPs "compromise" is inevitable.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn dismisses resignation comments
The Labour leader says suggestions he would go if he loses the next election are "hypothetical".

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Queen's Speech 2019: What can we expect?
Potential bills that may be announced in the Queen's Speech.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Priti Patel: 'Northern Ireland must not be treated differently over customs'
Home Secretary Priti Patel tells Andrew Marr Show that progress has been made by Boris Johnson in talks between UK and EU officials.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Nicola Sturgeon on indyref2 and a Scottish border
The Scottish first minister is asked if Scottish independence would mean similar issues to the Irish border post-Brexit.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Sturgeon: Corbyn must back indyref2 for SNP votes
Nicola Sturgeon says Westminster leaders should not expect SNP backing unless they allow an independence vote.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson to update cabinet on deal talks
The PM's briefing comes as Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Leave-backing MPs "compromise" is inevitable.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

Brexit compromise inevitable, says Rees-Mogg
The Commons leader urges "trust" in Boris Johnson, as the PM tries to get a fresh deal with the EU.

BBC Politics
Oct 13, 2019

£280k of Northern Ireland MLA travel expenses criticised
It comes as Northern Ireland marks 1,000 days without a devolved government.

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Brexit plans centre stage in Queen's Speech
Ministers say a deal with the EU is a "priority" as they prepare to outline their future plans.

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Brexit: NI must stay in UK customs union, says DUP
NI should remain in a UK customs union "full stop" and the PM "knows it very well", says Nigel Dodds.

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Brexit: 'Intense technical' talks between UK and EU in Brussels
"Technical discussions" are going on after the PM suggested there is a "pathway to a possible deal".

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Amnesty for veterans 'dropped from Queen's speech'
An ex-Army chief is 'disappointed' over reports a proposed law will be left out of the monarch's address.

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Amnesty for veterans 'won't be in Queen's speech'
An ex-Army chief is 'disappointed' over reports a proposed law will be left out of the monarch's address.

BBC Politics
Oct 12, 2019

Brexit: 'Mood music' positive for talks, Nicky Morgan says
Culture Secretary Nicky Morgan said politicians needed to give negotiations "the chance of succeeding".

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

SNP conference: three questions facing the party
What are the key questions facing Scotland's dominant political party ahead of its conference in Aberdeen?

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

SNP MSP says election win 'could be independence mandate'
A senior SNP MSP says the party could negotiate Scottish independence without another referendum being held.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn promises to fix 'blighted' coastal towns
The Labour leader will pledge to end in-work poverty and food bank use on visit to Hastings.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Wrexham MP Ian Lucas will stand down at next election
Labour's Ian Lucas said after serving for 18 years it was time to "follow another path".

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Angela Smith: Ex-Labour MP to contest seat for Lib Dems
Angela Smith says she will not contest her Penistone and Stocksbridge seat at the next election.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn will stand down if Labour loses next election, says ally
The shadow chancellor says he "can't see" how Labour's leader can stay in his job unless he wins power.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Could there be an early general election?
If MPs agree to vote for an early general election, how quickly could it take place?

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Brexit: EU and UK agree to 'intensify' talks
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier calls for "patience" ahead of a crucial Brussels summit next week.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Brexit: EU gives go-ahead for 'more intense' talks
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier calls for "patience" ahead of a crucial Brussels summit next week.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Barnier: Brexit deal negotiations like climbing a mountain
The EU's chief negotiator urges patience, as the deadline for reaching a deal with the UK nears.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

UK must be open to Wales quitting union, says Welsh Government
The Welsh Government says a referendum should be allowed if pro-independence parties win a mandate.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Michel Barnier describes 'constructive meeting' with British negotiators
The EU's Chief Brexit Negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said he will now go and debrief the 27 member states ambassadors and the Brexit Steering Group of the European Parliament.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Brexit: Donald Tusk receives 'promising signals' from Irish PM
But the European Council president warns that "time is practically up", as talks between the UK and EU resume.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

No-deal Brexit: 10 ways it could affect you
From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

TV licences: Call for government and BBC to save free over-75s licences
The proposed means-testing system for the over-75s is an "absurd situation", MPs say in a report.

BBC Politics
Oct 11, 2019

Ulster Unionist Party: Nesbitt rules himself out for leadership
Ex-leader will not run again in leadership contest, which has been brought forward to November.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit secretary returns to Brussels after 'promising' UK-Ireland talks
Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay will meet the EU's chief negotiator in Brussels on Friday morning.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit: Julian Smith says no one NI community will have veto
NI Secretary Julian Smith does not rule out possible NI-only referendum on post-Brexit plans.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Lord Speaker urges 'restraint' in giving peerages
Lord Fowler says some peers are "eager for the title" but willing to do "precious little" work.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

PM police speech row: Cabinet Secretary says 'lessons learned'
Boris Johnson faced accusations of politicising the police after a speech at a training facility.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Nicola Sturgeon: 'No shortcut route to Scottish independence'
Scotland's first minister insists that a legal referendum remains the only way for the country to win independence.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Bercow's influence hangs over race to be next commons Speaker
Six MPs set out why they should be the next House of Commons Speaker when John Bercow steps down.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar 'can see pathway to a deal'
The two leaders had "constructive" talks on the UK's Brexit proposals, allowing negotiations in Brussels to resume.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Leo Varadkar: Brexit talks 'very promising'
The Irish prime minister was speaking after meeting Boris Johnson for Brexit talks in North-West England.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar 'can see pathway to a deal' - No 10
The two leaders had "constructive" talks on the UK's Brexit proposals, Downing Street says.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

MP Chris Williamson loses anti-Semitism suspension appeal
The High Court told Chris Williamson Labour acted "unlawfully" but there was no reason to reopen the case.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Owen Jones assault: Three men charged
The Labour activist was attacked outside a pub in north London while celebrating his birthday.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar 'can see pathway to a deal' - No 10
The two leaders had "constructive" talks on the UK's Brexit proposals, Downing Street says.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit: EU citizens who miss registration deadline face deportation - minister
Home Office minister says those who don't apply for settled status after Brexit by December 2020 must leave.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Jeremy Corbyn: No Brexit referendum before election
Labour leader says it's his "absolute priority" to prevent no-deal, as he lays out his plans for government.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar hold further talks
The talks come as EU leaders express pessimism over whether a deal can be reached by 31 October.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Jess Phillips: Man fined over disturbance at MP's office
Michael Roby, 36, was fined £40 after admitting using threatening or abusive words.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Harry Dunn crash: Donald Trump notes say US suspect 'will not return to UK'
Notes held by Donald Trump show a suspect in a crash that killed a teenager will not return to the UK.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Boris Johnson is 'using Queen to deliver party broadcast'
Jeremy Corbyn will say holding a Queen's Speech ahead of an expected election is "a cynical stunt".

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Philip Hammond says government will ask for Brexit extension
The former chancellor Philip Hammond has told the BBC he believes the government will comply with a law demanding the PM request an extension to the Brexit process.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Colleen Rooney - Rebekah Vardy Instagram row makes it into Liz Truss speech
The UK's international trade secretary made a joke about the row between two wives of footballers, as she opened a Commonwealth trade event.

BBC Politics
Oct 10, 2019

Colleen Rooney-Rebekah Vardy Instagram row makes it into Liz Truss speech
The UK's international trade secretary made a joke about the row between two wives of footballers, as she opened a Commonwealth trade event.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar set for further talks
The talks come as EU leaders express pessimism over whether a deal can be reached by 31 October.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

AMs back renaming Welsh Assembly to Senedd Cymru and Welsh Parliament
A majority of AMs have backed renaming the assembly the bilingual Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

EU heading for no-deal Brexit by mistake, Jeremy Hunt warns
Ex-Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt pleads with the EU to avoid a "catastrophic failure of statecraft".

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Hunt: 'The EU don't understand British politics'
Jeremy Hunt says he fears a "catastrophic failure in statecraft" will prevent a Brexit deal being reached.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Harry Dunn crash: Parents 'let down' by UK and US governments
Harry Dunn's parents say their meeting with the foreign secretary felt like a "publicity stunt".

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Tony Blair: Election 'wrong way' to resolve Brexit impasse
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair tells the BBC's Andrew Neil a general election is not the way to end the Brexit impasse and another referendum is the best option.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

What happens now?
The British government has proposed a new version of the Brexit deal which the EU is considering.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

AMs back Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament for new assembly name
A majority of AMs have backed renaming the assembly the bilingual Senedd Cymru/Welsh Parliament.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Boris Johnson fails to answer Arcuri questions, says London Assembly
The London Assembly criticises the PM's response to its inquiry into his contacts with the US businesswoman.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: EU leaders criticise UK proposals
They say they are no closer to an agreement, but "with goodwill" there is still a chance a deal can be done.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: How are the UK's talks with the EU going?
There's been a lot of heat in the Brexit process in the past few days - but not much light.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Stanley Johnson praises Extinction Rebellion 'crusties'
Stanley Johnson told protesters their work is "extremely important" as he joined them in London.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Candidates battle it out to replace Commons Speaker Bercow
Tory candidates attack his record - and a deputy speaker says he believes Parliament has a drugs problem.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Chris Mason: BBC Brexitcaster to be new host of Radio 4's Any Questions?
The BBC political reporter replaces Jonathan Dimbleby, who chaired the Radio 4 debate for 32 years.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Candidates battle it out to replace Common Speaker Bercow
Tory candidates attack his record - and a deputy speaker says he believes Parliament has a drugs problem.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: Scottish court delays decision on extension letter
Campaigners want Scottish judges to sign a letter requesting a Brexit extension if Boris Johnson refuses to do so.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Court delays decision on Brexit extension letter
Campaigners want Scottish judges to sign a letter requesting a Brexit extension if Boris Johnson refuses to do so.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: Special sitting for MPs to decide UK's future
Parliament will meet on Saturday 19 October after a key EU summit to approve the next steps for the UK.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Special sitting for MPs to decide Brexit future
Parliament will meet on Saturday 19 October after a key EU summit to approve the next steps for the UK.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Varadkar on Brexit: 'We very much want there to be a deal'
Ireland's prime minister says he is keen to secure a Brexit deal but that it will be 'very difficult'.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

Brexit: Stormont given £31m to prepare for no deal
Civil servants set aside millions for roads, ports and "vehicle parks", according to a spending plan.

BBC Politics
Oct 09, 2019

LGBT teaching row: Government issues advice on handling school protests
The leaked document advises councils on handling disruption over the teaching of LGBT relationships.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Queen's Speech: What is it and why is it important?
The vote that follows the Queen's Speech will be a test of confidence in the government.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Brexit: Irish PM Leo Varadkar says deal 'very difficult' by deadline
Leo Varadkar says "big gaps" remain between the EU and the UK as the 31 October deadline looms.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

National Assembly for Wales: AMs to vote on new name
Should the assembly be called the Welsh name Senedd, or should it have a bilingual name?

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

No-deal Brexit data - should firms worry?
In a no-deal Brexit, the UK will need to prove to the EU that its data protection is up to scratch.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Scottish judges to rule on Brexit delay letter to EU
Scotland's highest civil court is being asked to act directly if Boris Johnson refuses to request a delay.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Parliament prorogued after official ceremony
The shutdown comes two weeks after the UK Supreme Court said a previous attempt to prorogue was unlawful.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Downing Street responds to Arcuri details request
Downing Street complies with a London Assembly order to hand over details of the PM's contact with businesswoman.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

DUP's Jim Shannon breaks down during Commons baby loss debate
The DUP's Jim Shannon breaks down during a debate on baby loss and is comforted by another MP.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Boris Johnson 'set to give details of Jennifer Arcuri links'
The PM is expected to comply with a London Assembly order to hand over details of his contact with the businesswoman.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

No-deal 'will never be Ireland's choice'
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says a no-deal Brexit will never be his government's choice.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Boris Johnson set to give details of Jennifer Arcuri links
The PM will comply with a London Assembly order to hand over details of his contact with the businesswoman.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Can a no-deal Brexit still happen?
MPs passed a new law to avoid a no-deal exit. But how might the prime minister get around it?

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Keir Starmer: PM 'descending into Brexit blame game'
The shadow Brexit secretary says the PM put forward Brexit proposals "that were designed to fail".

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

What will it take to be carbon neutral by 2050?
What changes will have to be made to make the UK carbon neutral by the middle of the century?

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Brexit: Deal essentially impossible, No 10 source says after PM-Merkel call
The source says Germany's Angela Merkel was highly pessimistic in a call with Boris Johnson, but the EU's top official hits back.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Hancock wrong on compulsory child vaccinations - top doctor
Experts say holding clinics at supermarkets and music festivals would make a bigger difference.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Farmers 'betrayed' by no-deal Brexit tariff plan
The farmers' union says the government has "missed an opportunity" by not imposing more import taxes.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Extinction rebellion: Boris Johnson's 'uncooperative crusties' remark
Extinction Rebellion protesters on the streets of London have been labelled "uncooperative crusties" by the PM.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

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

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

UK productivity suffers worst drop in five years
Both services and manufacturing saw a fall in the second quarter of the year, official figures show.

BBC Politics
Oct 08, 2019

Brexit: Deal 'essentially impossible' after PM-Merkel call - No 10
A No 10 source says the German chancellor made it clear a Brexit deal is "overwhelmingly unlikely" as things stand.

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