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Brexit: Labour conference vote wording agreed

The motion proposes "all options" - including campaigning for a fresh referendum - remain on the table.

Labour conference: John McDonnell unveils £500 workers share plan

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell says he would force all large firms to share ownership with staff.

Labour plans to give tenants more power

Landlords would no longer be able to kick tenants out with no reason, under Labour proposals.

Labour conference: No new academies, Angela Rayner to pledge

Schools will not lose their current status but would have to follow new "national rules", party says.

Jeremy Hunt: Don't mistake politeness for weakness

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt urges EU leaders to "step back from the abyss" of a no-deal Brexit.

Anti-Semitism row: Union chiefs 'trying to smear Jewish community'

Labour MPs criticise Len McCluskey and Mark Serwotka as Jeremy Corbyn says anti-Semitism is a "scourge".

Labour conference: Deselecting MPs set to be made easier

The party is expected to back the change as a union boss says some MPs are "almost asking to be deselected".

No-deal Brexit 'no problem', Nigel Farage says at Leave Means Leave rally

Ex-UKIP leader tells Leave Means Leave rally the "endless negative narrative" needs to be countered.

Labour could renationalise railways in five years - McDonnell

John McDonnell says he will create a Treasury unit to oversee the party's plans for more public ownership.

Labour promises paid leave for domestic violence victims

Shadow equalities minister Dawn Butler says the policy will tackle the "hidden killer" of domestic violence.

Brexit: What happens next?

With Brexit talks in deadlock, what might happen between now and the official departure day next March?

UKIP aiming to be 'radical, populist' party - Gerard Batten

Leader Gerard Batten unveils the party's new manifesto, which urges a "clean exit" from the EU.

European Court to rule on whether UK can halt Brexit

Anti-Brexit campaigners win permission to ask Europe's highest court whether the process can be halted.

Pound falls after May's Brexit statement

Sterling's slide deepens after the Prime Minister's comments renew fears of a no-deal Brexit.

Facebook stops sending staff to help political campaigns

The social network will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns.

Jeremy Corbyn defends Labour racism inquiry

Jim Dempster is said to have told officials that no-one would have seen Scottish government minister Humza Yousaf "under his burka".

Brexit: Electoral Commission seeks to appeal against ruling

The Electoral Commission considers challenge to High Court ruling that it got law wrong over Vote Leave spending.

Ian Paisley: DUP MP 'stunned' and 'humbled' at keeping seat

The DUP MP keeps his seat after fewer than 10% of his constituents sign a petition to force a by-election.

Jeremy Corbyn 'not ruling out' indyref2 consent

The Labour leader would "decide at the time" what to do if Nicola Sturgeon asks for his permission to hold an independence vote.

Tom Watson mocks Corbyn aide Andrew Murray over 'deep state' claims

Andrew Murray has suggested someone "paid by the taxpayer" is behind newspaper stories about him.

Nicola Sturgeon calls for Brexit to be delayed

Scotland's first minister says it would "absolutely reckless" for the UK to leave the EU without full clarity about what comes next.

MPs and peers get compostable cups as Parliament goes plastic-free

Throwaway cutlery, salad boxes and straws also replaced as Parliament bids to go "avoidable" plastic free.

Vote Leave data firm hit with first ever GDPR notice

AggregateIQ is appealing against the accusation that it mishandled personal data and broke GDPR rules.

Internet regulator considered for UK

The government is considering "all options" to keep UK citizens "safe" online.

Merged Northamptonshire councils put vulnerable 'at risk'

Northamptonshire's police and crime commissioner criticises plans to merge the county's councils.

Labour calls for ban on gambling ads during live events

The party also proposes a levy on bookmakers and a crackdown on using credit cards to bet.

Train delays: 'Lack of accountability' led to rail timetable chaos

Poor accountability was to blame for severe rail disruption last May, a regulator has said.

Head of prisons and probation asked to quit amid crisis

Michael Spurr will leave his post in March after MPs described the service as a "mess".

'£1bn in unpalatable county council cuts' ahead in England

Councils bosses warn some authorities may have to be stripped back to the minimum to save money.

MSPs defeat government to call for 'halt' to P1 assessments

Opposition parties inflict a defeat on the Scottish government over assessments for five-year-olds.

UK inflation hits six-month high of 2.7%

The UK inflation rate for August unexpectedly rises to 2.7%, the highest in six months.

People should be proud of their council house - Theresa May

Theresa May announces £2bn of new funding to remove the "stigma" of living in a council house.

Brexit: Theresa May tells EU leaders their plans must 'evolve'

The PM is set to brief fellow leaders on her Brexit plan amid disagreement over the Irish border.

Brecon Beacons SAS deaths: Call for MoD to face courts

The Ministry of Defence should lose its immunity from prosecution so that lessons are learned, an MP says.

'Wild West' Bitcoin 'should be regulated'

Digital currencies pose a "litany of risks" and investors have little protection, says an MPs' committee.

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.

De-selection row

What lies behind the row over MP deselection that broke out at Labour's annual conference?

Referendum shift?

Two significant shifts have happened on the eve of Labour conference, writes the BBC's Iain Watson.

'No cherries'

EU chief Donald Tusk's controversial social media teasing of Theresa May is part of a wider strategy.

The view from Europe

There’s a distinct tone of concern in European newspapers over Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposal for future trading ties.

Rule changes

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

Reality check

Reality Check's Chris Morris sees how Brexit and the Irish border's future could affect this Welsh port.

Six things

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

Poll watching

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

Price worth paying?

Would Lib Dems form a new party with Labour and Tory MPs if they thought it would stop 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.

Labour Conference: Can Jeremy Corbyn keep the party united?

Labour Party members head to Liverpool for their annual conference.

David Lammy: 'Can you hear us Jeremy Corbyn?'

Labour MP David Lammy calls on leader Jeremy Corbyn to back a "People's Vote" on the final Brexit deal.

Corbyn: 'Anti-Semitism is a scourge on any society'

Jeremy Corbyn says he will continue to oppose anti-Semitism and that Labour has taken steps to address it.

In full: May statement on Salzburg summit

Theresa May says EU plans to "effectively" keep Northern Ireland in the customs union are unacceptable, adding "we will never agree to it"

Love, Brexit and the Irish border

What happens when your relationship is affected by Britain leaving the EU?

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab on UK-EU trade talks

The Brexit secretary says the UK has "revved up the motor of these negotiations" with the EU.



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