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Brexit: Michael Gove shares fishing industry 'disappointment'

But he urges the fishing industry to keep their "eye on the prize" of getting control of UK waters.

Cambridge Analytica: Facebook boss summoned over data claims

MPs want Mark Zuckerberg to address concerns that Cambridge Analytica gathered users' data without permission.

Spy poisoning: Corbyn says UK must still do business with Putin

Labour leader says UK must still deal with Russia despite "all fingers" pointing to it over spy attack.

Inflation eases to 2.7% on falling petrol prices

Consumer price inflation falls from 3% as fuel prices fall and food costs rise more slowly.

Ministers propose reducing number of councils from 22 to ten

Local Government Secretary Alun Davies says the sector cannot carry on as it is.

UKIP ordered to pay Labour MPs £175,000 in damages

Sir Kevin Barron, John Healey and Sarah Champion won a defamation case over comments made by Jane Collins MEP.

Working dads lose out in workplace, say MPs

Many fathers want to share childcare but fear asking for flexible work, says report.

The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period

The deal is called a "decisive step" - but there is anger in Scotland about fisheries restrictions.

'Gorgeous redhead' Baroness Janet Fookes on 1970 interview

A toe-curling clip of an interview with now Baroness Janet Fookes has been watched by almost a million people.

Online voting trial in Scotland backed by leading academics

Academics and charity bosses urge Scottish ministers to undertake trials to ensure "modern democracy".

Commons bullying: Outside figure to head inquiry

An outside figure will lead the probe into the conduct of MPs following recent BBC revelations.

NUT teaching union spent more than UKIP at 2017 election

The Tories were the biggest spenders - but the teaching union spent £326,306 ahead of the 2017 vote.

Cambridge Analytica: Warrant sought to inspect company

The firm's servers face scrutiny, as footage emerges appearing to show its boss offering to organise smear campaigns.

Senior Labour officials quit ahead of new general secretary

The resignations come ahead of the expected appointment of Jennie Formby as new general secretary.

Betting machine wagers 'should be cut to £30 or less'

The Gambling Commission says cutting the maximum stake would reduce risks to vulnerable consumers.

Lord Crickhowell, former Welsh Secretary, dies at the age of 84

Welsh Secretary under Margaret Thatcher for eight years, he spearheaded Cardiff Bay's redevelopment.

What we know so far

Russia is behind the attempted murder of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury, the PM believes.

Davis the diplomat

Brexit secretary winds up visits to more than half EU capitals which he hopes will east talks on post-Brexit trade.

Hawking on politics

Prof Stephen Hawking spoke out on everything from Brexit to Jeremy Corbyn.

Brexit paperwork

Officials have been locked in epically-long meetings, revising the first draft of the withdrawal treaty.

Reality Check

The Treasury details how much money is being given to government departments to help prepare for Brexit in the coming year.

Reality Check

The chancellor says the economy is at a turning point because debt is falling.

Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU

A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.

Party conferences 2017

The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.

Election 2017: At-a-glance

An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017.

Call for Alfie Dingley to be allowed medicinal cannabis

A mother shows the bruises from her "aggressive and angry" six-year-old son in the campaign for a special licence to use medicinal cannabis to treat his epilepsy.

Few dads take time off work to look after children

An Equalities Select Committee report finds only 2% to 8% of fathers take up parental leave rights.

Shock collar: Letts threat to take dead dog to Gove

A proposed ban on shock collars in England is a "rotten, illiberal and life-ruining and life-decreasing law" says Quentin Letts.

Chantelle Millward on Orkambi drug for cystic fibrosis patients

MPs are debating a petition calling for all people with cystic fibrosis to be given the life-changing, but very expensive, drug.

Irish ambassador to the UK has said the response to Salisbury-style attacks could change

Brexit could change the way the EU responds to a Salisbury-style attack in the UK, says Ireland's ambassador to the UK.

Russia spy poisoning: Britain won't tolerate threat, says May

Prime Minister Theresa May says Russia is in "flagrant breach" of the law after the UK spy poisoning.

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