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BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Zambia aid: UK suspends funding over corruption fears
The UK, Ireland, Finland and Sweden freeze aid funding to Zambia over corruption concerns.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

UK-US trade deal should include free movement, groups urge
Free market think tanks say workers should be free to travel between the countries.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

UK visas: High-skilled migrants cap 'should be scrapped'
A key report commissioned by the government says there should be no limit on skilled workers coming to the UK.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Six things
Stopping Brexit, Sir Vince's long goodbye - and other things we learned in Brighton.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Sir Vince Cable's full speech to 2018 Lib Dem conference
Sir Vince Cable's speech to the 2018 Liberal Democrat conference in Brighton.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Liberal Democrat conference: Sir Vince Cable says Brexit can be stopped
Sir Vince Cable tells the 2018 Lib Dem conference Brexit has left millions feeling "frustrated, powerless and unrepresented" .

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

UK visas: EU workers after Brexit 'should get no special treatment'
The Migration Advisory Committee also says there should be no limit on skilled workers coming to the UK.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Sir Vince Cable: Brexit not inevitable and must be stopped
The Lib Dem leader says Brexit "can and must be stopped" in his big party conference speech.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Sir Vince Cable Lib Dem conference speech focuses on Brexit
The Lib Dem leader tells his party conference "fundamentalists" will leave the UK in economic pain.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

BMW to close Mini plant for a month post-Brexit
The BMW-owned factory will shut down to avoid potential disruption in case of a no-deal departure.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

'Drug dealers only' parking space and signs put up by residents
A community activist says the "fairly amusing" signs worked and there was no dealing this Sunday after the signs went up.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Mini plant to close for a month post-Brexit
The BMW-owned factory will shut down to avoid disruption in the event of a no-deal departure.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Rule changes
Labour's executive discusses changes to party rules amid tensions between unions and activists.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Liberal Democrat conference: Next leader after Vince Cable
The Liberal Democrats are suggesting their next leader might not be an MP, as they aim to rebuild their support.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Ex-AM Simon Thomas charged with making indecent images of children
Simon Thomas is charged with three counts of making indecent images of children.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

John McDonnell: Corbyn's son was appointed on merit
Labour's shadow chancellor says Seb Corbyn, his chief of staff, was appointed "on merit".

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

UK freezes aid to Zambia over corruption concerns
Ireland, Sweden and Finland also suspend financial aid over corruption concerns.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Honda: No-deal Brexit 'would cost tens of millions'
The Japanese carmaker would be less competitive if the UK quits the EU without a deal, it tells the BBC.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

PM's wedding crasher photo surprise for Cowes couple
A photographer captures the "surreal" moment the Prime Minister joins a newlywed couple for a photo.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Probe into MP's election expenses dropped
Police say they have not found any criminality in Jo Swinson's spending during last year's general election campaign.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Brexit migration report: 'No preference' for EU workers
The Migration Advisory Committee also calls for an end to the limit of skilled workers coming to the UK.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

UK 'should scrap limit' on skilled migrants post-Brexit
The Migration Advisory Committee says "no preference" should be given to EU citizens after Brexit.

BBC Politics
Sep 18, 2018

Sir Vince Cable: Economic pain from Brexiteers' 'erotic spasm'
The Lib Dem leader will tell his party conference 'fundamentalists' will leave the UK in economic pain.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Brexit report to consider workforce impact
More than 400 businesses and industry bodies contributed to the Migration Advisory Committee report.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Poll watching
With six months to go until Brexit, opinions on the subject remain sharply divided.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Leave and Remain couple-up to talk Brexit
Believe in Brexit at first sight? Three pairs chat about how Brexit will affect their lives.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Theresa May: 'No-deal' Brexit disruption 'short-term'
The prime minister says the government would "make a success" of a "no-deal" Brexit and any disruption would be short-term.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Back another EU referendum, Sir Vince Cable tells Theresa May
Theresa May knows Brexit is a bad idea and should admit it, the Lib Dem leader will tell his party conference.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Theresa May vows to root out anti-Semitism 'scourge'
The PM will say criticising Israel can never be an excuse for questioning its right to exist.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

I'll be around for quite a long time - Vince Cable
Sir Vince Cable speaks to the BBC's Jonathan Blake about the Lib Dems' stance on Brexit, his proposals to reform the party and how long he will stay as leader.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Brexit: May trying to 'intimidate' MPs says Cable
Vince Cable tells the BBC that time is not a barrier to holding a public vote on the final EU deal.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Labour criticised over rape claim inquiry
Bex Bailey says the party is "dragging its feet" over an inquiry into how her complaint was handled.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

EU could extend Brexit process to give UK more time - Nick Clegg
The ex-deputy PM says there's been a change of mood in Europe over Brexit happening next March.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Price worth paying?
Would Lib Dems form a new party with Labour and Tory MPs if they thought it would stop Brexit?

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Westminster inquest: MP told to stop giving CPR to stabbed PC
Tobias Ellwood rushed to help PC Keith Palmer, he tells the inquest of the Westminster attack victims.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

James Cleverly on Conservative and coalition health spending
Conservatives put together "a really sustainable long-term funding package" for the NHS "without the guiding hand" of the Liberal Democrats, says the party's deputy chairman.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Davey: We stopped 'nastier' Tory cuts
Sir Ed Davey says the party need to "own the successes, of which there were very many" over its time in the coalition government.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Ed Davey on Lib Dem role in coalition government policies
Sir Ed Davey says the party need to "own the successes, of which there were very many" over its time in the coalition government.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

UK and Pakistan to step up money laundering action
The two nations will share evidence to enable more prosecutions, Sajid Javid says on visit to Pakistan.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Brexit: Theresa May says it's Chequers or no deal
Theresa May is also sharply critical of proposals for the Irish border put forward by some Brexiteers.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Gina Miller speaks to Liberal Democrat party conference
An anti-Brexit campaigner who has been rumoured as a potential Liberal Democrat leader says she does not want the job.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Westminster inquest: MP 'closed eyes' of killed PC after attack
Tobias Ellwood gives emotional testimony at the inquest of the Westminster attack victims.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Gina Miller tells Lib Dems she is not their 'leader-in-waiting'
Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller tells the party it is time to "let the people decide".

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Brexit: What do French people think?
Divorce settlements and racing off a cliff are just some of the ways the French media has given its views on Brexit.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

No-deal Brexit would hit UK economy, says IMF
Leaving the EU without a deal will entail "substantial costs" for the UK economy, the IMF warns.

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

'I believe we'll get a good deal from EU negotiations' - PM
But Theresa May says the alternative to her negotiations "will be not having a deal".

BBC Politics
Sep 17, 2018

Brexit: PM says 'it's either my deal or no deal'
Mrs May is also sharply critical of proposals for the Irish border put forward by some Brexiteers.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Labour calls for ban on early foetus gender test
The party fears the eight-week blood test, available privately, may lead to selective abortions of girls.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Labour calls for ban on early foetus sex test
The party fears the eight-week blood test, available privately, may lead to selective abortions of girls.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Brexit and the blank canvas
Jon Kay asks voters in Birmingham what they want to know about the UK's plans to leave the European Union.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Birmingham's Brexit concerns
Jon Kay asks voters in Birmingham what they want to know about the UK's plans to leave the European Union.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Laura Kuenssberg
It's worth taking a breath and reflecting, in a way that's not exhaustive, on where this process is.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Lib Dems will oppose May's Chequers plan - Cable
The Lib Dems will reject Theresa May's deal and vote to stop Brexit, says Sir Vince Cable.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Lib Dems will vote against May's Brexit plan - Cable
The Lib Dems will vote against Theresa May's proposals for Brexit, says Sir Vince Cable.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Condemn Hungary's Orban, Labour urges PM after MEPs fail to back censure
Tory MEPs refuse to back an European Parliament motion censuring the controversial Hungarian leader.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Brexit: Future PM 'could change EU relationship'
Environment Secretary Michael Gove says Theresa May's Brexit strategy is the right plan "for now".

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Tory MEPs 'not endorsing' Hungary's Orban by opposing censure
Environment secretary says failure to vote against controversial government did not mean support.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Lib Dems: Tax wealth to create £100bn 'citizen's fund'
The fund could be built up through wealth taxes and the sale of assets, leader Sir Vince Cable says.

BBC Politics
Sep 16, 2018

Ruth Davidson: 'I value mental health over being PM'
The Scottish Tory leader reveals her teenage battle with depression and why she never wants to be PM.

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

London mayor Sadiq Khan calls for second Brexit vote
Sadiq Khan said he has become "increasingly alarmed" at the government's "chaotic" negotiations.

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

Theresa May 'irritated' by leadership speculation
The prime minister also criticises Boris Johnson for using "completely inappropriate" language.

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

Theresa May hits back at Boris Johnson over Chequers plan
The Prime Minister says Boris Johnson's was wrong to call the Chequers plan a "suicide belt".

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

May hits back at Johnson on Brexit plan
The Prime Minister says Boris Johnson's was wrong to call the Chequers plan a "suicide belt".

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

Welsh Labour leader election to use one-member-one-vote
A special conference decides Welsh Labour's new leader will be chosen using one-member-one-vote.

BBC Politics
Sep 15, 2018

'Broken' rail franchise system to be reviewed
The government inquiry comes after the East Coast Mainline was brought back under its control this year.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Divorce law: Plans to overhaul 'archaic' laws revealed
The government reveals plans to make divorce a less confrontational process for couples.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Is it too late for a Lib Dem revival?
Sir Vince Cable says the Liberal Democrats need to revamp to stay relevant. But is it too late for a Lib Dem revival?

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Welsh Labour leadership: Key vote on choosing next first minister
A crucial decision on how Welsh Labour elects its next leader is taken by a special conference.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

UK frustrated by Cayman Islands silence on money laundering
Authorities in the Cayman Islands, a British Overseas Territory, are failing to help UK investigators.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Lib Dems: Cable says party offers home to Brexit opponents
The Lib Dem leader urges opponents of Brexit to join his party to create a "more powerful force".

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Michael Gove apologises for attending Ian Paisley dinner
Michael Gove was unaware a dinner hosted by Ian Paisley was a "fundraiser", says Conservative councillor.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Len McCluskey: Labour could attract new members if Tony Blair left
The former PM has become "toxic" and people might join the party if he left, Len McCluskey says.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Electoral Commission 'misinterpreted' Vote Leave expenses, court rules
The Electoral Commission loses a High Court case over its policing of Vote Leave's referendum spending.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Ruth Davidson: Theresa May's critics must 'quit the noise'
The Scottish Conservative leader leader says Theresa May should be given the space to finalise a Brexit deal.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Tory: Hungary vote 'distressing... shameful'
Lord Finkelstein calls on Conservative MEP colleagues to rethink their decision in the vote about censuring the Hungarian government.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Lord Finkelstein on UK Conservatives role in Hungary vote
Lord Finkelstein calls on Conservative MEP colleagues to rethink their decision in the vote about censuring the Hungarian government.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Finkelstein and Adonis on Electoral Commission watchdog
A Conservative peer and Labour peer both criticise the Electoral Commission over its handling of spending limits in the EU referendum campaign.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Lifestyle vlogger Grace Fit UK on vegan plant-based diet
Lifestyle and fitness vlogger Grace Fit UK offers her thoughts on veganism in a personal film for BBC Politics Live.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Vlogger Grace Fit: Why we should go vegan
Lifestyle and fitness vlogger Grace Fit UK offers her thoughts on veganism in a personal film for BBC Politics Live.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Electoral Commission got Brexit law wrong over Vote Leave, court rules
The Electoral Commission loses a High Court case over its policing of Vote Leave's referendum spending.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Nicola Sturgeon: 'I was bullied at school'
The first minister opened up about her school days as she faced questions from an audience of children.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

George Freeman says he will stand for Tory leader next year if asked
George Freeman says there should be a leadership contest next summer after Brexit is settled.

BBC Politics
Sep 14, 2018

Jo Swinson: Taking baby into Commons 'felt natural'
An MP who became the first to take her baby into a Commons debate hopes it will help to modernise parliament.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Union leader suggests Israel 'created' anti-Semitism row
PCS head Mark Serwotka is recorded suggesting Israel "created" the anti-Semitism row in the Labour Party.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Brexit: Carney warns no-deal could see house prices plunge
Bank of England governor Mark Carney tells the cabinet a no-deal could see home prices plunge.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

May successor must be from a new generation, says ex-policy chief
Tory MP George Freeman, Theresa May's former policy chief, says her successor should be from a "new generation" of Conservatives.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

MP brings baby to Commons debate
Jo Swinson is thought to be the first MP to have their child with them during a parliamentary debate.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Cable backs new Scots vote hurdle
The Lib Dem leader says any vote for Scottish independence should be followed by a further "confirmatory" referendum.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Raab and Kuenssberg talk Brexit, roaming and EU deal
The Brexit secretary talks about the UK's chances of getting a trade with the EU, but what will happen if that is not achieved.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union, after the 2016 referendum.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Brexit: Dominic Raab on UK plan for no-deal with EU
The cabinet is prepared in case the "ambition, the pragmatism we are showing is not matched on the EU side", says the Brexit secretary

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Free mobile phone roaming 'not guaranteed' with a no-deal Brexit
The EU arrangement will not apply to the UK if there is a no-deal Brexit but a minister proposes a monthly cap on data charges.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Diane Abbott unveils Labour's new immigration policy
Anyone with "bona fide skills" will be able to work in the UK if Labour wins power, Diane Abbott says.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

UK driving licence 'may not be valid in EU' after no-deal Brexit
UK drivers may need international permits in EU countries after a no-deal Brexit, the government says.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Bank of England leaves rates on hold amid Brexit uncertainty
Policymakers at the Bank of England vote 9-0 to leave rates at 0.75% after last month's increase.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Funeral costs: What help for poorer people on benefits?
The costs of a funeral for a loved one can send some people into thousands of pounds of debt and there is pressure on the government to do more.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

John Lewis boss rejects Dominic Raab Brexit jibe
The Brexit secretary says it is a mistake for businesses that "aren't doing so well" to blame Brexit.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

No-deal Brexit won't bring back mobile roaming charges - minister
Britons won't be hit with mobile phone roaming charges if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, a minister vows.

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

Calls for abortion clinic buffer zones rejected
The home secretary says protest-free areas around clinics "would not be a proportionate response".

BBC Politics
Sep 13, 2018

No deal Brexit won't bring back mobile roaming charges - minister
Britons won't be hit with mobile phone roaming charges if the UK leaves the EU without a deal, a minister vows.

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