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Brexit talks: Will Labour push a public vote option?

Opinion on a further referendum on Brexit is divided in the Labour party. Read More   Source

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Election interference is ‘online harm’, MPs hear

The UK’s information commissioner has strong words on the need for reform of political ads online. Read More   Source

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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. Read More…

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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. Read More…

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Easington Labour MP apologises after Israeli ‘attack’ tweet

Grahame Morris mistakenly thought footage he posted showed Israeli soldiers attacking children. Read More   Source

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What do these children think about Brexit?

Have the Brexit debates engaged a younger generation in politics? Read More   Source

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Brexit talks: What are the likely sticking points?

What are the key Brexit issues at stake in talks between the government and Labour? Read More   Source

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Miliband wants UK to declare climate emergency

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

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UK should be proud of climate efforts, says energy minister

The energy secretary says the UK has the “most detailed proposals” to hit carbon budgets. Read More   Source

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Indicative votes: the next stage explained

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

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Examining the Common Market 2.0

What do politicians mean when they talk about Common Market 2.0 or a Norway plus solution? Read More   Source

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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. Read…

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Brexit: Can Norway say no to the EU?

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

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Council elections: Why don’t people vote?

Councils affect services such as housing and schools so why are people apathetic about electing them? Read More   Source

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Soft Brexit: What are the options?

What are the Brexit options being debated in Parliament? Read More   Source

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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?…

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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 Read More   Source

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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.…

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