BBC News - UK Politics 7 December 2017

Momentum under investigation by Electoral Commission

The Electoral Commission is investigating Labour-backing Momentum over spending at the 2017 election.

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Ministers 'absolutely optimistic' of Brexit border deal

The government is seeking to get agreement on a post-Brexit plan for Northern Ireland's border.

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Alistair Burt says Donald Trump's Jerusalem plans 'unhelpful'

The UK disagrees with Donald Trump's Israel intervention, which Labour denounces as "reckless".

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Dame Margaret Hodge breached code of conduct over Garden Bridge

Dame Margaret Hodge wrongly used parliamentary facilities as part of her review of London's Garden Bridge project.

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'Dead jihadists can't harm UK', Gavin Williamson says

Everything should be done to eliminate the threat posed by returning jihadis, the defence secretary says.

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Brexit: Irish PM expects new UK text on border in 24 hours

Leo Varadkar says Theresa May plans to suggest new Brexit offer on Irish border by end of the day.

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Long A&E waits: 3m a year wait over four hours

Nurses and doctors fear patients are being put at risk after numbers waiting over four hours doubles.

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Chris Grayling 'an optimist' over Brexit talks

The transport secretary said he was optimistic about a deal to allow trade talks to get the go-ahead next week.

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Boris Johnson delivers speech on global terrorism

The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has laid out his thoughts on Britain's role in the fight against global terrorism.

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