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Brexit deal: Let's get on with it, says Theresa May

Cabinet ministers will push the Chequers plan in Europe as Theresa May warns the clock is ticking.

Labour facing showdown over anti-Semitism policy

Jewish Labour MPs will urge the party to accept a more thorough definition of anti-Semitism later.

Dominic Raab: We can get Brexit deal done by October

But preparations have begun in case negotiations end without agreement, Brexit secretary says.

Sir Vince Cable 'made mistake' in missing Brexit vote

Sir Vince Cable tells the BBC he "got the timing wrong" over a key Brexit vote in the Commons.

Anti-Semitism row: Labour will 'get it right' says Rebecca Long-Bailey

The shadow business secretary says her party has failed to deal quickly with anti-Semitism.

John Major: 'I think Theresa May will survive'

The former prime minister said a leadership election would be "absolutely absurd" whilst speaking on The Andrew Marr Show.

NI abortion reform: More than 170 politicians sign letter

More than 170 UK and Ireland politicians sign a letter urging the UK government to change the law.

Fur sales: MPs call for consultation to ban real fur

Poor labelling means real fur is being sold in the High Street and online as fake fur, MPs say.

Michel Barnier questions Theresa May's Brexit White Paper

EU's negotiator says UK plan for a future trade relationship runs risk of weakening single market.

Theresa May says EU must 'evolve' its Brexit position

The UK and EU agree there should be no hard border post-Brexit, but are at odds on how to achieve it.

Government admits rabies poster gaffe

A parody poster suggesting children with rabies should be shot was included in an internal magazine.

Labour accuses PM of 'blatantly untrue excuses' in chief whip pairing row

Theresa May insists her chief whip made an "honest mistake" when he told an MP to break a vote pact.

Traffic wardens 'driven at deliberately' in council attacks

Motorists drove at traffic wardens and a social worker was dragged into the road and kicked in the head.

Brexit: Tell EU the Chequers plan is final offer, says Leadsom

The Commons leader says the Brexit deal struck at Chequers is "a very hard and fast offer to the EU".

Home Office: 'Child spies used against crime when necessary'

The government wants to increase the amount of time under-18s can be used undercover.

UK government borrowing at 11-year low

Public sector borrowing between April and June fell to the lowest level since 2007.

Reality Check: Brexit challenge for Irish trade

How much of Ireland's trade goes via ports in Great Britain?

MPs criticise head of public prosecution's criminal case failures

The head of public prosecutions is criticised for her handling of issues around disclosing evidence.

New MPs' code 'risks cover-up claims'

A senior MP warns that making all investigations into MPs anonymous risk damaging transparency.

New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab vows to 'intensify' talks

Dominic Raab meets the EU's chief negotiator, as the IMF warns Ireland will be hit hard by a no deal Brexit.

Windrush scandal: Compensation could be capped under proposed scheme

The Home Office announces a consultation on its plans to compensate victims of the Windrush scandal.

Who's getting in?

What an annotated guest list for a party at Number 10 reveals about Denis Thatcher.

Reality Check

The EU has issued a 16-page document outlining the preparations for deal or no deal.

Profile: Ian Paisley

The career of the son of the DUP's founder has been one of controversy and electoral success.

Voice of Britain

What difference does a person's accent make to getting on in politics?

At-a-glance

A guide to the four possible scenarios for the UK's future relationship with the European Union.

Recess time

Do the UK's MPs work on more days than their equivalents in other countries?

Reality Check

Justine Greening calls for a second EU referendum, but what are the practical considerations?

US reaction

US officials tell media there is "no way" Mr Trump will apologise over controversial comments on Brexit.

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.

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.

Pienaar's Politics: With IDS

John Pienaar discusses the EU's response to Theresa May's Brexit plan and splits within the Conservative party on the issue. With Chloe Smith and Iain Duncan Smith.

Pairing row: Julian Smith refuses to answer questions

The Conservative Chief Whip refused to be drawn on questions about a pairing controversy.

Lord Heseltine: Pairing row made me swing mace

The atmosphere in the Commons reminds Lord Heseltine of an incident in 1976.

Luis Walker reads Theresa May reply to Orkambi request

An eight-year-old wrote to the prime minister asking for Orkambi drug to improve his lungs.

Why Conservatives are fighting each other

The government is heading towards the summer break, wracked by infighting among Tory MPs.

Blair: PM's Brexit 'doesn't honour public mandate'

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says Theresa May's approach to Brexit "doesn’t honour what most people who voted for Brexit think".



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