BBC News - UK Politics 30 November 2017

Theresa May: Trump was 'wrong' to retweet far-right posts

But the prime minister rejects calls for a planned state visit by the US president to be cancelled.

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Net migration falls by more than 100,000 after Brexit vote

Net migration was down by nearly a third to 230,000 in the year since the referendum, figures show.

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Brexit Countdown: Why is the Northern Ireland border question so hard?

Could tensions over the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland prevent Brexit progress?

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The child maintenance 'loophole'

One mum's story of how a tax "loophole" is stopping her getting the money she says she needs.

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Stamp duty giveaway will have limited impact, says Nationwide

The Nationwide says the chancellor's giveaway for first-time buyers will have limited effect on demand.

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Terrorists 'certain' to get killer robots, says defence giant

Swarming drones and other AI-enabled weapons will soon fall into the wrong hands, Lords are told.

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Theresa May: We're not afraid to say when we think the US is wrong

Theresa May has said that "the fact that we work together" does not mean that "we are afraid to say when we think the United States have got it wrong".

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Drones to deliver rural broadband... huh?

Openreach say they want to start using drones to roll out high-speed broadband.

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