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Corbyn reappoints Clive Lewis to Labour front bench 12 Jan 3:42pm Corbyn reappoints Clive Lewis to Labour front bench
The Norwich South MP becomes a shadow Treasury minister after quitting over the Brexit bill.
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Pound hits highest level since Brexit vote 12 Jan 3:07pm Pound hits highest level since Brexit vote
The pound passes $1.37 on a report that Spain and the Netherlands want a good Brexit deal for the UK.
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Key UK contractor Carillion denies rescue plan in doubt 12 Jan 2:05pm Updated Key UK contractor Carillion denies rescue plan in doubt
Construction giant Carillion dismisses claims lenders rejected a rescue plan and says talks continue.
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Labour steps up harassment investigation into MPs Lewis and Hopkins 12 Jan 12:25pm Updated Labour steps up harassment investigation into MPs Lewis and Hopkins
Party refers sexual harassment allegation against Kelvin Hopkins and Ivan Lewis to disciplinary panel.
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Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK 12 Jan 11:44am Updated Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK
He blames Obama for getting a "bad deal" on the new US embassy in London, which he was due to open.
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Carillion shares plunge on rescue plan doubt 12 Jan 10:55am Carillion shares plunge on rescue plan doubt
Shares drop 26% after Carillion's lenders are reported to have rejected its rescue plan.
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Peter Stringfellow on Conservatives, Brexit and election 12 Jan 10:15am Peter Stringfellow on Conservatives, Brexit and election
Peter Stringfellow calls for a general election, and for politicians to be honest about where they stand over leaving the EU.
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UKIP leader Henry Bolton on private life coverage 12 Jan 10:08am UKIP leader Henry Bolton on private life coverage
Henry Bolton tells the BBC he did not want the publicity his relationship with a model attracted.
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Facebook and Twitter effect on political leaders 12 Jan 10:01am Facebook and Twitter effect on political leaders
Social media is reaching those who might not get their news from broadcasters and traditional media.
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US elects famous candidates, but Britain does not 12 Jan 9:57am US elects famous candidates, but Britain does not
Why do famous names win US elections, but British celebs fail to make it to public office.
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Nigel Farage misspoke on second referendum, suggests UKIP leader 12 Jan 8:36am Nigel Farage misspoke on second referendum, suggests UKIP leader
UKIP is against a second EU referendum, says the party's leader Henry Bolton.
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Labour steps up Ivan Lewis harassment investigation 12 Jan 7:35am Updated Labour steps up Ivan Lewis harassment investigation
Party refers sexual harassment allegation against Bury South MP to its disciplinary committee.
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Carillion workers should be safeguarded, unions say 12 Jan 7:06am Carillion workers should be safeguarded, unions say
Unions say workers at the troubled construction giant should be protected amid fears over its future.
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Carillion workers should be safeguarded, says RMT union 12 Jan 6:24am Carillion workers should be safeguarded, says RMT union
The RMT union says Carillion's rail workers should have their jobs and pensions protected.
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A Farage-Umunna bustup over Trump 12 Jan 4:09am A Farage-Umunna bustup over Trump
Nigel Farage and Chuka Umunna disagree over Donald Trump's cancelled UK visit.
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