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BBC News - UK Politics

Join the Remain alliance, urges Change UK at Euro election launch

Journalist Rachel Johnson - sister of Boris - and ex-BBC correspondent Gavin Esler are among the candidates. Details...

Brexit: Calls for progress on cross-party deal talks

The government says discussions have been "difficult", while Labour says "fundamental issues" remain. Details...

Greta Thunberg: Teen activist says UK is 'irresponsible' on climate

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg tells UK politicians a generation's future has been "stolen". Details...

NI Secretary Karen Bradley to hold talks with party leaders

Karen Bradley made the announcement while making a statement about the killing of Lyra McKee. Details...

Donald Trump's state visit to the UK set for 3 June

The US president and Melania Trump will be guests of the Queen and attend a D-Day event in Portsmouth. Details...

Election interference is 'online harm', MPs hear

The UK's information commissioner has strong words on the need for reform of political ads online. Details...

Lyra McKee murder: Parties call for talks to resume

The leaders of the SDLP, UUP and Alliance say they have written to the government requesting new talks. Details...

Scottish independence: Nicola Sturgeon to give update on indyref2 plans

The first minister will make a statement to parliament on Wednesday - just days ahead of the SNP conference. Details...

Extinction Rebellion: Climate protesters march on Parliament

Extinction Rebellion activists in London are inviting MPs to talk about environmental policies. Details...

False expenses claim Tory MP Chris Davies fined £1,500

Chris Davies is also ordered to complete 50 hours of unpaid work. Details...

Easington Labour MP apologises after Israeli 'attack' tweet

Grahame Morris mistakenly thought footage he posted showed Israeli soldiers attacking children. Details...

The Queen attends an Easter service on her 93rd birthday

Meanwhile, the PM uses her Easter message to call for freedom of religion to be protected. Details...

Brexit: Labour must back another referendum - Tom Watson

Labour's deputy leader says the move would counter a challenge from Nigel Farage's new Brexit Party. Details...

Huge increase in Public Spaces Protection Order fines

A lawyer fears some council wardens are "acting with incentives to issue as many fines as possible". Details...

Facebook bans UK far right groups and leaders

A dozen named groups and individuals will be purged from the social network, it said. Details...

Crossrail 'could be delayed until 2021'

The start date for London's new Elizabeth Line could be pushed back again, sources tell the BBC. Details...

UKIP's Carl Benjamin not sorry for MP rape comments

Carl Benjamin refuses to apologise as local party members call for him to be deselected. Details...

Jarod Kirkman: Man jailed over threatening emails to MPs

Jarod Kirkman is sentenced to 42 weeks in jail after targeting seven MPs. Details...

Chinese journalist Kong Linlin faces arrest over 'Tory slap' claim

Chinese journalist Kong Linlin is accused of assaulting a delegate at the Conservative Conference. Details...

Brexit: No deal means hard Irish border, says Selmayr

The European Commission's secretary-general Martin Selmayr was filmed making the comments in late 2018. Details...

Extinction Rebellion: Climate protests 'diverting' London police

Police rest days are cancelled as more than 1,000 officers are deployed in London. Details...

Extinction Rebellion: How might ministers win over the protesters?

A closer look at Extinction Rebellion's demands and how the government might try to achieve them. Details...

Brexit limbo: Hotels, packing boxes and plans on hold for the MEPs

Their offices are full of boxes, they're living in hotels, and farewell drinks seem a long way off. Details...

Has Brexit fractured Irish-unionist relations?

Jayne McCormack assesses the impact of Brexit on relations between unionists and the Irish government. Details...

House of Commons recess: How much time off do MPs get?

As MPs take a break from Westminster for Easter, we look at how much time they spend at work. Details...

Conservative leadership: Javid and other contenders take to the stage

It's been going on for some time but the unofficial race to succeed Theresa May is now clearly under way. Details...

Is Notre-Dame fire a warning for UK Houses of Parliament?

MPs call for further action to repair the Palace of Westminster as fears grow for its future. Details...

From Farage to Batten: What happened to UKIP's class of 2014?

Since its European election triumph in 2014, UKIP has lost 20 of its 24 MEPs - where did they go? Details...

Can the Tories and Labour agree on Brexit?

Both sides want to avoid taking part in European elections but significant hurdles to agreement remain. Details...

Donald Tusk's message: decoded

Brexit's been delayed until Halloween. Here's what the President of the European Council Donald Tusk had to say about the delay (and what his speech actually means). Details...

European elections: How the UK is gearing up for likelihood of polls

Theresa May says she doesn't want them but the parties are preparing for polls in six weeks time. Details...

Brexit: What happens now?

The EU and UK have agreed a further delay to Brexit until 31 October. So how will the deadlock be broken? Details...

Brexit: How do European elections work?

The UK is set to take part in the elections on 23 May. Details...

Brexit Halloween deadline spooks Europe's newspapers

Halloween is in the headlines but it's the fraying of EU unity that haunts many newspapers. Details...

The hustings to be our next prime minister, in all but name

Possible Tory leadership contenders discuss their party's future and set out their motivations. Details...

Unhappiness with politics 'at 15-year high'

"Anti-democratic sentiments" are growing due to frustration at political process, Hansard Society says. Details...

Council elections: Why don't people vote?

Councils affect services such as housing and schools so why are people apathetic about electing them? Details...

Extinction Rebellion: The climate protesters who want to get arrested

The climate change protest group urging people to get arrested to arrested to gain attention. Details...

Brexit: What are EU countries doing to prepare for no deal?

Amid uncertainty over the UK's Brexit, how are other countries preparing for a possible no deal? Details...

Brexit: Why a long extension worries Europe

The EU may impose tough conditions on any extension to protect their own interests. Details...

No-deal Brexit: What is the UK government doing to prepare?

Operation Yellowhammer is the name of the government's no-deal plan Details...

Why UK child poverty targets won’t be met

Twenty years ago, the Labour Party pledged to end child poverty in a generation. Details...

EU weighs risks of going into extra time

Theresa May's Westminster battle over Brexit poses a dilemma for EU leaders this week. Details...

Westminster's weirdest week?

Naked protests, claps of thunder, leaks in the Commons - it has been far from business as usual in SW1A. Details...

How bad are things for Theresa May?

Theresa May has lost and lost again over Brexit - but are things really that bad for her government? Details...

What does latest 'Dear Donald' letter say?

Theresa May has written to the European Union to request a further Brexit delay. Details...

Brexit talks: Will Labour push a public vote option?

Opinion on a further referendum on Brexit is divided in the Labour party. Details...

Led by Donkeys and Brexit Express: Why campaigners are using the humble billboard

Internet advertising is booming, but the old-fashioned billboard is being used by campaigners. Details...

Brexit talks: What are the likely sticking points?

What are the key Brexit issues at stake in talks between the government and Labour? Details...

Brexit: Can you have frictionless trade in a customs union?

Sir Oliver Letwin hopes the UK can maintain frictionless trade through a customs union. Details...

Has Theresa May's Brexit strategy left the DUP in the lurch?

The prime minister has side-stepped her confidence-and-supply partners, led by Arlene Foster. Details...

Brexit deadlock: The Commons in numbers

How the government's shrinking majority is contributing to the parliamentary stalemate. Details...

Brexit delay: How can Article 50 be extended?

Theresa May has said she will ask for a further Brexit delay to break the deadlock at Westminster. Details...

What do these children think about Brexit?

Have the Brexit debates engaged a younger generation in politics? Details...

No deal: so what does it mean?

It's apparently becoming "more likely" so why not add it to your Brexit vocabulary? Details...

Soft Brexit: What are the options?

What are the Brexit options being debated in Parliament? Details...

Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU

Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide. Details...

Examining the Common Market 2.0

What do politicians mean when they talk about Common Market 2.0 or a Norway plus solution? Details...

Game of Thrones, hamsters and other things that didn't last as long as Brexit

Game of Thrones, space travel, the life span of a hamster. They've all got nothing on Brexit. Details...

Brexit: What deal did MPs reject?

MPs voted for a third time on Theresa May's Brexit deal, but only on the withdrawal agreement. Details...

What the withdrawal agreement means

Chris Morris analyses the key points from the 585-page draft agreement between the UK and the EU. Details...

Brexit: Can Norway say no to the EU?

Nick Boles MP says Norway refused to adopt an EU directive. Is he right? Details...

Brexit: What John Bercow's intervention means for May's deal

Just as the government seemed poised to try and get its Brexit deal through again, the Speaker spoke up. Details...

Weary EU press say they're appalled by Brexit deadlock

There is harsh criticism and a sense of weariness over the UK parliament's Brexit paralysis Details...

Brexit: What are the options now?

None of MPs' eight proposed Brexit options have secured clear backing in a series of votes in the Commons. Details...

What voters make of Brexit now

What Britons now think about leaving the EU and whether another referendum should be held. Details...

Do petitions ever work?

More than five million people have signed a petition against Brexit - but do petitions ever work? Details...

Brexit votes: The lowdown on MPs' alternative plans

As MPs prepare to vote on different options, here's a rundown on what is being debated. Details...

Indicative votes: the next stage explained

A series of indicative votes in Parliament could offer a possible way out of the Brexit deadlock. Details...

Brexit: How could another referendum on leaving the EU work?

There have been renewed calls for another referendum as one option to break the deadlock Details...

Article 50: Can the UK revoke Brexit?

The European Council President Donald Tusk has suggested that the UK could consider "cancelling Brexit". How would this work? Details...

Brexit: Can May still bring back her deal after Bercow statement?

How can the government get round the Speaker's statement and get another vote on its Brexit deal? Details...

Brexit: Does the UK need to hold European elections?

If Brexit is delayed beyond 29 March, would the UK need to participate in May's European elections? Details...

Brexit: What votes does Theresa May need for her deal to pass?

The prime minister needs support from all corners of the House if her deal is to get through. Details...

Brexit: 10 ways you could be affected by no-deal

From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you? Details...

All you need to know about Brexit

A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union. Details...

Brexit: Jargon-busting guide to the key terms

From Article 50 to Backstop, find out what the key terms mean. Details...

EU referendum: The result in maps and charts

How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest? Details...

Brexit: What is the customs union?

Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics. Details...

Change UK launches EU election campaign

Heidi Allen says 3,700 people offered to stand as candidates for Change UK in next month's European Parliamentary elections. Details...

Sri Lanka attacks: Parliament falls silent in tribute to victims

MPs observe a minute's silence in tribute to the victims of the Sri Lankan bombings on Easter Sunday. Details...

Declare climate emergency - Miliband

Ed Miliband calls on the energy minister to persuade Theresa May to declare a “climate emergency” in the UK. Details...

UK should be proud of climate efforts, says energy minister

The energy minister says the UK has the "most detailed proposals" to hit carbon budgets. Details...

Climate change activist Greta Thunberg: 'Listen to climate scientists'

Teenage activist Greta Thunberg has an uncompromising message on climate change. Details...

Local elections: What are they all about?

Last year only one in three people used their vote. So what are the local elections all about? Details...



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