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Labour: 673 anti-Semitism complaints in 10 months 11 Feb 5:30pm Updated Labour: 673 anti-Semitism complaints in 10 months
The party's general secretary reveals the statistics behind the complaints after pressure from MPs.
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Brexit: Theresa May to give MPs update on Tuesday 11 Feb 4:48pm Updated Brexit: Theresa May to give MPs update on Tuesday
The statement comes ahead of an expected debate on Brexit options on Thursday.
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Amber Rudd links universal credit to rise in food bank use 11 Feb 2:30pm Updated Amber Rudd links universal credit to rise in food bank use
The work and pensions secretary said difficulty in accessing universal credit was "one of the causes".
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Fiona Onasanya: Peterborough MP to appeal against conviction 11 Feb 12:21pm Fiona Onasanya: Peterborough MP to appeal against conviction
Fiona Onasanya was sentenced to three months in prison after lying about a speeding offence.
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Chris Grayling on ending Seaborne Freight ferry contract 11 Feb 12:01pm Chris Grayling on ending Seaborne Freight ferry contract
The transport secretary's handling of a contract to run a post-Brexit freight ferry service has descended from a "debacle" to a "Whitehall farce", says the shadow minister.
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40-60 Labour MPs could back Brexit bill - Nandy 11 Feb 9:31am 40-60 Labour MPs could back Brexit bill - Nandy
Lisa Nandy says the government needs to take further steps, including giving MPs more “power over what happens next”, if it wants to win their support.
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UK economic growth slowest since 2012 11 Feb 8:12am Updated UK economic growth slowest since 2012
Declines in construction and car manufacturing contributed to the slowdown, official figures show.
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Gavin Williamson: Armed Forces have to be prepared to use hard power 11 Feb 8:00am Updated Gavin Williamson: Armed Forces have to be prepared to use hard power
Defence secretary Gavin Williamson says the UK must stand up to those who "flout international law".
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Pointless GCSEs should be scrapped, says senior MP 11 Feb 7:36am Updated Pointless GCSEs should be scrapped, says senior MP
GCSEs should be scrapped and more vocational options offered, says education committee chairman.
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Brexit: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn set to hold further talks 11 Feb 6:41am Updated Brexit: Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn set to hold further talks
The PM strikes a conciliatory tone in response to the Labour leader's conditions for backing a deal.
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Boris Johnson downplays potential risks of no deal Brexit 11 Feb 6:00am Boris Johnson downplays potential risks of no deal Brexit
The former foreign secretary says there would be challenges to a no deal Brexit.
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Austerity to continue unless Hammond spends, says IFS 11 Feb 3:06am Austerity to continue unless Hammond spends, says IFS
The chancellor is facing tricky spending decisions, says the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
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