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Brexit: UK and EU 'agree text' of draft withdrawal agreement

Theresa May is speaking to senior ministers one-to-one ahead of a special cabinet on Wednesday.

A brief guide to where we are with Brexit

Theresa May says we are entering the Brexit "end game". What does she mean?

Pound surges on hopes of Brexit breakthrough

Analysts have warned the rally could be short lived if a deal isn't agreed by the cabinet.

MP Fiona Onasanya 'lied to avoid speeding prosecution'

Fiona Onasanya returned paperwork saying a "Russian man" was driving when her car was clocked speeding.

Brexit: Britons 'won't need visas for EU visits'

The EU Commission says it will waive any visa requirements as long as the UK does the same for its citizens.

Wages show fastest rise in almost a decade

Wages rise at the fastest pace since 2008 but unemployment edges higher, official figures show.

Carl Sargeant family gets inquiry High Court challenge go-ahead

A judge gives the late AM's family the right to mount a legal challenge to a probe into his sacking.

Jasvinder Sanghera urges harassment victims to speak out

Women's rights campaigner Jasvinder Sanghera urges harassment victims to break their silence.

Tougher sentences for emergency staff attacks under new law

A police chief says emergency workers are "not punchbags" as the new law comes into force.

Tory rebellion over fixed-odds betting terminals

More than 20 Conservative MPs join opposition parties demanding a crackdown be brought forward.

Academic Sir Roger Scruton's housing role defended by ministers

Ministers stand by their new adviser amid criticism of his remarks on homosexuality and Islamophobia.

MPs can stop no-deal Brexit, says Labour's Starmer

Theresa May will not be allowed to take the UK out of the EU without a deal, Sir Keir Starmer says.

Brexit: Ministers told 'judgement day' looms for decision

Ministers are urged to show "moral courage" as talks enter crucial 48-hour phase.

Welsh city and town centre smoking ban proposed by Mark Drakeford

A contender to be the next Welsh Labour first minister says he wants to extend the smoking ban.

Lord Lester faces suspension over sexual harassment claims

Lord Lester denies harassing a woman and offering "corrupt inducements to sleep with him".

Reality Check

Chris Morris looks at some of the key dates coming up in the Brexit talks.

Record setter

The Commons Library is hosting an exhibition on Jean Winder and her battle for equal pay.

The next Juncker

Europe's centre-right parties decide who they want to run the European Commission, Alexander Stubb or Manfred Weber.

Bullying claims

Dealing with abuse is "just part of the job", one woman tells the BBC.

I played the PM

Actors Patricia Hodge, Brian Cox and Kika Markham speak to BBC Radio 4 Extra's I Played the PM.

Apple battle

Apple ignores the UK government's plea to allow EU citizens to scan their passports in a new Brexit app.

Reality Check

Much of the debate following the Budget on Monday has been about who benefits most.

Local matters

The financial squeeze faced by English councils is an issue that is not going away.

Party conferences 2018: At-a-glance

From May's dance to Brexit manoeuvring, here are the highlights of the autumn conference season.

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.

Labour Party conference

The Labour leader vows to "rebuild and transform our country" in his party conference speech.

Party conferences 2017

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

Welsh MP's accent 'mocked in Commons'

Welsh MP Jonathan Edwards says his accent was "mocked" by another MP during debate in the Commons.

Online security and privacy: What an email address reveals

A think tank researcher explains how political campaigners can use information gleaned from an online search.

Parents 'need to put their phones in a box', MPs told

MPs are told that parents should act as role models for children by putting their phones down.

Boss: Iceland 'intentions very honourable'

Iceland's Christmas advert has been banned from TV but has been a huge success online

'Referendum at some point' predicts Brown

The British people "have got a right to have the final say" on the UK's relations with the EU, says former prime minister Gordon Brown.

Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O'Mara on bullying and media criticism

A autistic MP who faced criticism for previous racist, homophobic and sexist comments on social media has said his eight days in the headlines was "cruel".



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