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11 Sep 6:59pm Updated Brexit: Operation Yellowhammer no-deal document published
The Yellowhammer plan warns of riots and food price rises but ministers say it is not a prediction.
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11 Sep 3:48pm Updated Parliament suspension: Government refuses to publish No 10 communications
Ministers say publishing No 10 advisers' communications would "offend basic principles of fairness".
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11 Sep 3:04pm Updated Brexit: Nigel Farage election pact proposal rejected by No 10
The Brexit Party leader is calling on the Tories to make a deal to help "secure a big Brexit majority".
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11 Sep 12:42pm Updated MPs demand Parliament be recalled after Scottish prorogation court ruling
Opposition parties say it should return as soon as possible so scrutiny of the government can resume.
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11 Sep 12:19pm Updated Brexit: Labour deputy Tom Watson calls for referendum ahead of election
Tom Watson's position puts him at odds with Jeremy Corbyn, who wants a general election first.
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11 Sep 10:56am Updated Immigration status: Ministers reverse May-era student visa rules
Overseas citizens who study in the UK can stay on for two years after graduating, the government says.
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11 Sep 9:57am Updated Brexit: What happens now?
A law designed to stop a no-deal Brexit on 31 October has been passed. What are the government's options?
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11 Sep 9:13am Updated Brexit: Scottish judges rule Parliament suspension is unlawful
Scotland's highest court says Boris Johnson's move was an attempt to "stymie" Parliament ahead of Brexit.
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11 Sep 8:20am Updated Brexit: Arlene Foster says Johnson focused on getting deal that works
DUP leader Arlene Foster says the UK needs to reject the backstop, move on and find a Brexit deal that works.
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11 Sep 6:05am Updated Scottish judges rule Parliament suspension is unlawful
Scotland's highest court says Boris Johnson's move was an attempt to "stymie" Parliament ahead of Brexit.
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11 Sep 5:19am Judges rule Parliament suspension is unlawful
Boris Johnson’s suspension of UK Parliament is unlawful, judges at Scotland’s highest civil court rule
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11 Sep 1:31am News Daily: Student visa rules change and Labour on Brexit
Your morning briefing for 11 September 2019.
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