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Boris Johnson: It is not too late to save Brexit 18 Jul 3:54pm Updated Boris Johnson: It is not too late to save Brexit
The ex-foreign secretary accuses the government of "dithering" and urges Theresa May to "change tack".
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Brexit deal must be workable, says Theresa May 18 Jul 3:19pm Updated Brexit deal must be workable, says Theresa May
Theresa May rejects claims from a Tory MP that her policy was now that "Brexit means Remain".
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First woman MP Markievicz honoured in Parliament 18 Jul 2:15pm First woman MP Markievicz honoured in Parliament
A portrait of Constance Markievicz has gone on display in Parliament, 100 years after her election as an MP.
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First woman MP Markievicz to be honoured in Parliament 18 Jul 1:16pm Updated First woman MP Markievicz to be honoured in Parliament
A portrait of Constance Markievicz is to be hung in Parliament, 100 years after her election as an MP.
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Brexit: New move to keep EU citizenship for UK nationals 18 Jul 1:09pm Brexit: New move to keep EU citizenship for UK nationals
Campaigners petition Brussels to make EU citizenship permanent despite Brexit.
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Scrap terminal illness six month rule, says Welsh Labour MP 18 Jul 12:36pm Scrap terminal illness six month rule, says Welsh Labour MP
Labour's Madeleine Moon says patients should not spend their last months worrying about their bills.
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PMQs: Harman and May on pairing for MPs who cannot vote 18 Jul 10:36am PMQs: Harman and May on pairing for MPs who cannot vote
The longest-serving woman MP and so Mother of the House, calls for proxy voting for women MPs on maternity leave.
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PMQs: Jenkyns and May on Brexit and Remain 18 Jul 10:31am PMQs: Jenkyns and May on Brexit and Remain
Theresa May tells one of her backbenchers that "Brexit continues to mean Brexit".
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DUP MP Paisley faces suspension over Sri Lankan holidays 18 Jul 10:18am Updated DUP MP Paisley faces suspension over Sri Lankan holidays
A parliamentary watchdog found North Antrim MP Ian Paisley breached Westminster rules.
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Jo Swinson says Tories broke Brexit vote agreement 18 Jul 9:10am Updated Jo Swinson says Tories broke Brexit vote agreement
Lib Dem Jo Swinson says the Tory chairman broke an agreement not to take part in a Brexit vote.
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Ian Paisley to be suspended from House of Commons for 30 days 18 Jul 6:36am Ian Paisley to be suspended from House of Commons for 30 days
A parliamentary watchdog found the North Antrim MP had breached Westminster rules.
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Theresa May to make two-day Brexit visit to NI 18 Jul 5:40am Theresa May to make two-day Brexit visit to NI
The prime minister will meet border businesses and give a speech on Brexit in Belfast.
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Theresa May prepares for a grilling from MPs 18 Jul 4:04am Updated Theresa May prepares for a grilling from MPs
After Prime Minister's Questions, the PM will be grilled by senior MPs before rallying her backbenchers.
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