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Brexit: PM bids to break deadlock with two-year deal offer

The PM will say in her Florence speech that both sides have a responsibility to get Brexit right.

UK's terror fight 'puts unsustainable strain on police'

Resources are being diverted from mainstream policing, the National Police Chiefs' Council says.

Sadiq Khan to address Labour conference, Corbyn confirms

Labour leader says the London mayor will speak in Brighton, after reports he would not get a slot.

Government to pay £1.1m for Sir Edward Heath inquiry

The former prime minister, who died 12 years ago, has been the subject of a two-year inquiry.

House of Lords rejects 'couch potato peers' allegation

The House of Lords dismisses the Electoral Reform Society's allegations of a "something for nothing culture".

Sir Teddy Taylor, former MP and Eurosceptic, dies aged 80

The Tory Eurosceptic began his political career in Glasgow and became MP for Southend East in 1979.

Dangerous cycling law review after death crash

Dangerous driving laws could be extended to cycling following crashes that have killed pedestrians.

UK threatens to withhold United Nations funding

Up to 30% of the core funding will depend on the organisation being more efficient and transparent.

Samim Bigzad: Asylum seeker criticises home secretary

Amber Rudd is criticised by an asylum seeker flown to Afghanistan against a High Court order.

Brexit 'crunch time' for City of London, says group

UK firms and the economy as a whole need a Brexit transition period, City lobby group warns.

UK 'must find Irish border solution' - Guy Verhofstadt

The European Parliament's Brexit negotiator says the UK must find way a way to avoid new controls.

Millicent Fawcett statue gets Parliament Square go ahead

A statue of Millicent Fawcett will be unveiled to coincide with the centenary of women winning the right to vote.

Theresa May warns tech firms over terror content

The prime minister says internet companies should remove extremist content within two hours.

Islamic State: UK military could honour drone pilots

The defence secretary announces a review of how personnel are recognised for their contribution.

Warning over food import delays if no Brexit deal

If the UK cannot negotiate a trade deal, food prices could rise to pay for extra border checks, the BBC is told.

Rise in female workers suppressing wages, says OECD

A rise in the number of lower-paid female workers has held back global wage growth, the OECD says.

Vince Cable: I can lead Lib Dems back to power

The Lib Dem leader attacks the "masochism" of Brexit as he closes the party's annual conference.


Jeremy Corbyn may have put the nationalisation debate back on the table, but what might it mean in practice?

Bespoke or off-the-peg

There's more and more talk about a Brexit transition period - but no agreement what it might look like.

What to expect

Labour is meeting in Brighton for its first conference since its surprise general election result.

No more Nigels

Film stars and other celebrities may influence choice of baby names but it seems politicians don't.

Tipping the balance?

Labour's ruling body backs leadership-contest rule changes which could move things in Jeremy Corbyn's favour.

New ideas needed?

After the compromises of government, Lib Dems are asking themselves if they need to be more radical.

Referendum returns?

The Lib Dems are united in wanting to stop Brexit in its tracks but not necessarily on how to do it.

Battle for attention

How can the Liberal Democrat leader get people to listen to what he has to say?

Brexit and more

A guide to the Lib Dems and what the party needs to do at its 2017 party conference in Bournemouth.

Election: Key points at-a-glance

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

Which seats changed hands at election?

As the UK wakes up to a hung Parliament find out which seats have changed hands.

Theresa May: 10 reasons why the PM blew her majority

Theories abound about how Theresa May threw away her Commons majority in last week's general election - here are 10 of them.

Party conferences 2017

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

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.

Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet

Theresa May forms her new government after failing to win a majority in the election.

Age of May, Corbyn, Cable, Churchill, Merkel and Putin

The average age of the three biggest UK-wide party leaders now 67.

Anti-Semitic abuse vote from Labour's national executive committee

Labour's NEC passed a proposal for tougher action against anti-Semitism, to be put to next week's conference.

Martin Amis: Brexit 'a denial of British decline'

Novelist Martin Amis says he's as depressed as his friend Ian McEwan about Brexit

Theresa May is making a big Brexit speech in Florence. But why do it there?

The BBC's Katya Adler, Adam Fleming, James Reynolds and Laura Kuenssberg explain why.

Russell Brand: If I helped Jeremy Corbyn that's great

Comedian and actor Russell Brand on the rise of the Labour leader and why the UK voted for Brexit.

Theresa May: UK will withhold funding from UN unless it reforms

Addressing the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK will withhold millions in funding unless the UN achieves "sufficient results".

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