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New diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040 in UK

Ministers will unveil a £255m fund to help councils introduce steps to deal with vehicle pollution.

Brexit: Johnson, Davis and Fox push agenda on three continents

Boris Johnson, Liam Fox and David Davis will set out the UK's agenda in Australia, Mexico and Germany.

Cities in England's north pressing for more money

Councils say they are concerned ministers have become less committed to the Northern Powerhouse.

Labour warns on 60% four-year rise in unqualified teachers

There are 24,000 teachers without formal teaching qualifications in England's state schools, a report says.

Trump: UK-US trade deal could be 'big and exciting'

The US President also takes a swipe at the EU's "very protectionist" stance towards his country.

Brexit: UK and EU still split on citizens' rights

David Davis says the rights of EU nationals in the UK will be protected by a new treaty and UK courts.

Plans to ban leaseholds on new-build houses in England

Ground rents paid to freeholders could also be restricted, under proposals for England.

Electric Mini to be built in Oxford

A fully electric version of the Mini is to be built at the Cowley plant in Oxford, BMW says.

Brexit: UK 'overwhelmingly reliant' on abattoir vets from EU

The UK is "reliant" on EU nationals to enforce welfare and hygiene standards in abattoirs, peers say.

Keir Starmer turns down role with Mishcon de Reya law firm

The shadow Brexit secretary had faced claims the job could lead to a conflict of interest.

Boris Johnson: Brexit will enable UK to engage with the world

Boris Johnson says the UK is ready to engage with the world "in a way we haven't been able to do for 43 years".

Crossrail 2: Support by government 'outrageous' after northern snub

Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham says the go-ahead for London will cause "widespread anger".

Rise in personal loans dangerous, Bank of England official says

Household debt is rising much faster than incomes, the Bank of England's Alex Brazier says.

Liam Fox downplays UK-US chlorinated chicken differences

The UK minister says chlorine-washed poultry is an issue for "the very end stage of one sector" of trade talks.

Royal Welsh Show: Michael Gove's pragmatic Brexit approach

Michael Gove says he is "pragmatic" and "open-minded" on the approach to farming in Britain at it leaves the EU.

Electricity shake-up could save consumers 'up to £40bn'

New rules will encourage UK consumers to generate and store their own power, ministers say.

Boris Johnson: Hongi greeting could be mistaken in Glasgow pub

The foreign secretary was taught the hongi greeting during his visit to New Zealand.

IMF downgrades UK and US growth forecasts

Lower activity in the first quarter of 2017 suggests both will underperform the global economy.

Ruth Davidson calls for capitalism 'reboot'

The Scottish Conservative leader also warns the UK government must show greater leadership.

Jeremy Corbyn: Student debt write-off not a commitment

Labour leader says he was "unaware of the size" of student debts when promising help during election.

Brexit: Liam Fox sets election deadline for EU transition

Liam Fox says he would not want any interim arrangement after Brexit to "drag on" beyond 2022.

Consultation on changing legal gender to be launched

Justine Greening launches a consultation to "reduce the stigma faced by the trans community".

Holiday like a PM

Point at fish or get a street named after you to recreate these prime ministerial summer holidays.

Reality Check

The Bank of England's stability chief warns of the dangers of rising personal loans.

The inside story

Anne McElvoy tells the inside story of the general election and what really went on behind the scenes.

Brexit unity?

A settled view seems to be emerging on the need for a transitional period after Brexit but questions remain on how long this will take.

The Vince Cable story: Profile of new Lib Dem leader

The life and times of the new Liberal Democrat leader.

Post-election polls

Labour's share of people's declared voting intentions has not been this strong since 2002.


The inside story of the day hackers attacked parliament - and how the security team fought back.

Flawed predictions

Newsnight's editor assesses why so many people underestimated Labour's vote at the general election.

Politically homeless?

Are new political parties in the UK always doomed to fail?

Lib Dem leadership

Who is in the running to replace Tim Farron, who has stood down as Liberal Democrat leader?

In full: May interview

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to BBC Radio 5 Live's Emma Barnett about the general election.

Reality Check

First Ministers say it is a "naked power-grab" undermining devolution

Hung Parliament: What's going on

Theresa May has done a deal with the DUP which means she stays as UK prime minister. Here's a guide to what's going on.

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.

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

A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.

Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet

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

Election: Key points at-a-glance

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

Political books to enjoy in Parliamentary recess

Some suggestions on what MPs and peers could be reading on the beach, or in their constituency office.

Boris Johnson talks wildlife and obesity in New Zealand

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson muses about wildlife and obesity during a trip to the Zealandia eco-centre in Wellington.

Nigel Evans on 'appalling' Conservative election manifesto

Conservative MP Nigel Evans has criticised his party's 2017 "appalling" election manifesto,

Gardiner: Norway model for UK's future EU relations

Adopting a Norway model for Brexit prevent the UK achieving the reasons why people voted to leave the EU, says Barry Gardiner.

Former chief whip: Corbyn was "the greatest rebel ever"

Former Labour Chief Whip Baroness Armstrong describes Jeremy Corbyn as "the greatest rebel ever".

Jeremy Corbyn: I never said we would write off student debt

Jeremy Corbyn says he didn't promise to write off student debt - despite saying he would "deal with" it.

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