BBC News - UK Politics 1 December 2017

Brexit offer 'must be acceptable to Ireland'

European Council President Donald Tusk says "the key to the UK's future lies - in some ways - in Dublin".

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David Davis 'warns No 10 not to sack Damian Green'

David Davis steps in to protect cabinet colleague after porn allegations, sources tell the BBC.

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GQ editor Dylan Jones criticises cover star Jeremy Corbyn

Dylan Jones says it was 'as difficult as shooting any celebrity,' prompting a Twitter backlash.

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Parents 'face tension at UK borders over surnames'

MP says children's passports should include parents to avoid "suspicion" when their surnames differed.

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Bob Spink found guilty of election fraud

Former Tory and UKIP politician Bob Spink was found guilty of permitting false signatures on a nomination form.

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SNP MP rebuked for calling Lords 'ermine vermin'

The Speaker says David Linden's comment about members of the Lords are "unbecoming" of Parliament.

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Carl Sargeant: Hundreds gather for funeral of ex-minister

Mourners pay their respects to the ex-Labour minister in his hometown of Connah's Quay.

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'Snoopers' charter' changes put forward

The government says it accepts the Investigatory Powers Act is "inconsistent with EU law".

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Irish border: Brexit committee says solution doubtful

The UK government's plan for the border is "untested and speculative", the Brexit committee says.

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Grenfell Tower fire: Inquiry 'needs a diverse panel'

Bereaved relatives say they will not attend the inquiry unless a more diverse panel is appointed.

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Mobile phone interrupts Commons debate on mobile phones in prison

MPs debating ways to stop mobile phones getting into prison are interrupted by a ringing phone.

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GQ editor: Jeremy Corbyn photo shoot was 'tortuous'

GQ editor says Corbyn photo shoot was 'as difficult as shooting any Hollywood celebrity'.

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London: Banks and passporting rights after Brexit

Could the City of London remain the financial centre of Europe after Brexit?

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Damian Green denies pornography claims

The first secretary of state says he did not download or view pornography on his office computer.

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Mitchell: 'Wrong to blacken Damian Green's name'

Andrew Mitchell defends his friend Damian Green over porn found on computer.

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