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The chancellor says he understands the difficulties young people have in saving for a deposit.
The chancellor made the comment as he played down the threat posed to jobs by new technology.
Paul Farrelly denies "squaring up" to a Labour colleague and swearing at two others.
The chancellor says the country must embrace new technologies in order to succeed.
Conservative Anna Soubry was labelled a "mutineer" for planning to rebel on a key Brexit vote.
Gerry Adams tells delegates it will be his last ard fhéis (party conference) as Sinn Féin leader.
Neil Findlay believes his former leader taking part in I'm A Celebrity is "utterly ludicrous".
People who work and are paid weekly may miss out in December because of the way it is calculated.
Philip Hammond will use the Budget to "attack problems" that lost the Tories votes, a former minister tells Newsnight.
The chancellor is expected to announce plans to examine the idea in Wednesday's Budget.
A cross-party committee calls on the UK government to say which powers will be devolved to Holyrood after Brexit.
Theresa May is told to put more money on the table and address Irish border concerns within two weeks.
Boss of the Wimbledon tennis championships Sarah Clarke gets ancient Parliamentary job.
Leo Varadkar wants talks stalled until there is commitment to no physical barriers at Irish border.
Around 75,000 claimants were underpaid by mistakes made in assessing the main sickness benefit.
Former Welsh Assembly member Antoinette Sandbach defends her bid to amend a key Brexit bill.
Labour urges the chancellor to investigate how his Budget will impact ethnic minorities.
Lloyd Blankfein tweets that many want a "confirming vote" on a "monumental and irreversible" decision.
Housing associations say being reclassified as private bodies will allow them to build more homes.
The prime minister is hoping the EU will agree to start talking about a trade deal.
Labour MP Chris Bryant claims a journalist said people were "taking bets" on when he would kill himself.
More school counsellors are needed to deal with a rise in emotional problems, the government is told.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell demands 'an emergency Budget for public services '.
The social network says it will remove the verified badge from accounts that break its rules.
MPs warn an increase in customs checks could mean border staff are diverted from security checks.
Seven-year-old Cosby was the sixth guide dog the former home secretary had had since 1969.
Stephen Brien, who conceived the idea of the single benefit, calls for changes to how it is paid.
The school in Theresa May's constituency says donations would help it through a "funding crisis".
People should not be locked up because a computer predicts they are likely to offend, a human rights group tells MPs.
Musician Matthew Herbert hopes to tour Europe to heal "huge divisions" caused by Brexit - helped by a UK government grant.
The Labour Party says it received a complaint about Bury South MP Ivan Lewis's conduct.
After a second day of debating the EU Withdrawal Bill, the government is yet to lose a vote.
Theresa May tells Prime Minister's Questions she's "listening" to "lively debate" on the Brexit bill.
New figures show fears of a post-referendum exodus of EU citizens are "nonsense" say campaigners.
Foreign Office mulls diplomatic protection for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, after meeting with her husband.
The government consults on a universal credit threshold for free school meals eligibility.
With talks showing little sign of progress, the port of Rotterdam is already making adjustments for a "no deal", as the BBC's Paul Moss reports.
Why are disagreements over the Brexit settlement holding up negotiations?
The relationship between a former imperial power and its ex-colony is a complex one, says our diplomatic correspondent.
MPs get down to the nitty-gritty of Brexit as the committee stage of the EU Withdrawal Bill starts in the Commons.
Michel Barnier warns of consequences for dogs and cats crossing the Channel if there is no Brexit deal.
How one issue went viral during the general election while much of the media focused on other things.
Women in politics have been subject to unwanted attention and comments for decades.
Why the process by which the UK will withdraw from the EU is complex and sometimes confusing.
The prominent Brexiteer rose swiftly to the cabinet after being elected as an MP in 2010, but has now resigned from the cabinet.
Are there parallels between the way our political system works and the behaviour of chimpanzees?
The Labour Party is campaigning to give 16-year-olds across the UK the right to vote.
How 67 words by a British minister are still being fought over in the Middle East 100 years on.
The UK has never had a full-time female political cartoonist on a national paper, as far as we know. Why?
A profile of the Conservative MP and new Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson.
What might happen to food imports into the EU and the UK after Brexit?
What do the farmers out in the field, in the dairy, and in the milking parlour think about Brexit?
One MP says she raised concerns about inappropriate behaviour, but it was dismissed as "pub" chat.
The security minister wasn't quite right to claim that arrests or charges have been made in nine out of 10 of the latest most serious attacks.
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.
Theresa May reshuffles her cabinet after the departures of Priti Patel and Sir Michael Fallon.
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
But the chancellor says to address affordability problems "we've got to be sustainably delivering around 300,000 homes a year".
Pro-Brexit Labour MP Gisela Stuart debates trade with Remain-backing Alistair Campbell.
Russian twitter accounts posted more than 45,000 messages about Brexit in 48 hours during last year's referendum.
The BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg talks to David Davis about the current state of the Brexit negotiations, the morning after he gave a major speech in Berlin.
With the crucial Brussels summit in December looming, the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg has the key things you need to know about the state of Brexit talks.