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Brexit: UK official warns EU over talks 'insult'
A senior EU official describes the UK's negotiating position as a "fantasy", after talks in Brussels.
Boris Johnson targeted by Russia prank caller
In a recording posted online, the prank caller pretends to be the new prime minister of Armenia.
Tax rises needed 'to prevent NHS misery'
Influential economists argue an extra £2,000 per UK household is needed over the next 15 years.
Labour 'would be neutral in Irish border poll'
Jeremy Corbyn says he is not asking or advocating for a border poll but would ensure the GFA is implemented.
Tory MP Andrea Jenkyns quits government role 'to fight for Brexit'
MP resigns as parliamentary private secretary saying she wants to be a "robust voice" for Brexit.
Brexit: UK wants £1bn back from EU if it is excluded from Galileo
The UK steps up its war of words with the EU over being shut out of new satellite navigation system.
Romanian becomes second most common non-UK nationality
The number of Romanian nationals living in the UK is 411,000 - overtaking India and the Irish Republic.
Brexit: Ex-Vote Leave director Dominic Cummings warns of 'train wreck'
Dominic Cummings, a key figure in the Leave campaign, says Brexit risks being a "train wreck".
Brexit: MPs say UK might have to extend customs union membership
The Brexit select committee criticises the lack of agreement on trade arrangements.
Norwich City Council Conservative election fraud probe
The pair are arrested following allegations fraudulent signatures were used on nomination papers.
Nicola Sturgeon 'horrified' by gagged worker photo
The first minister asks a top civil servant to conduct a full review and report to her personally.
No increase in cycling in Wales despite active travel law
And figures show fewer children walking to school as AMs criticise progress in the last five years.
One of the custom plans could cost up to £20bn a year, says HMRC.
Irish abortion referendum: Religious leaders' views
Catholic, Protestant and Muslim leaders share their stance on the upcoming Irish abortion referendum.
'Impossible to ignore'
How the former Liberal leader's extraordinary life still resonates in one small corner of England.
After the incinerator ruling, will officials be stymied on policy?
Politicians and the media use it all the time but some people find it patronising and even offensive.
The to-do list
From the Irish border to data protection to tax information, some key issues are still outstanding on the road to a deal.
Veteran BBC journalist Peter Taylor talks to dissident republicans and NI's top policeman about Brexit and what its consequences could mean.
Government is spending £50m on expanding existing grammar schools.
Former Labour minister Baroness Jowell has died a year after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
Comparing ham to the complexion of angry middle-aged white men is the latest internet culture battle.
Blair's first day
From not emulating Belgium's system of devolution... to the need to spend more on his and Cherie's clothes.
Jeremy Thorpe drama
The makers of a drama about shamed politician Jeremy Thorpe explain why his story is still relevant.
A long list
The European Parliament's Brexit co-ordinator believes there could be up to 20.
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.
Julian Lewis MP rails against 'silent rogue cyclists'
MP Julian Lewis suggests all cyclists should be required to have a bell fitted to improve safety.
Young: I was targeted by twitter mob
The Spectator columnist says he was accused of actions by MPs that were "completely untrue, just completely malicious and false".
PMQs: Corbyn and May on number of doctors in NHS
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May trade statistics over the number of medical staff in the NHS.
PMQs: Corbyn and May on health service privatisation numbers
Labour has "scaremongered" at every election about Conservatives wanting to cut health services and privatise them, the PM says.
When home secretaries are heckled by police
How did the new Home Secretary Sajid Javid get on an the annual conference, compared with his predecessors?
Grenfell Tower fire: PM on flammable cladding ban
Theresa May says the government "must take the strongest possible action" to stop another Grenfell Tower tragedy.