BBC News - UK Politics 14 December 2017

Brexit: Theresa May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss

The EU summit comes after a Tory rebellion defeats the government in a key vote on Brexit.

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Scottish income tax changes unveiled

Scotland introducing new income tax band of 21p in the pound for those earning over £24,000.

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Can Brexit help end puppy smuggling?

Why people think leaving the EU is a "crucial opportunity" to stop puppies being smuggled to the UK.

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David Cameron: Trump misuse of term fake news is dangerous

The US president is undermining democracy by misusing the term "fake news", David Cameron says.

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EU leaders wrestle with migrant quotas at summit

There are sharp divisions over relocating asylum seekers in the EU.

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Deporting EU rough sleepers from UK unlawful, High Court rules

A Home Office policy of deporting European nationals found sleeping rough must stop, the High Court rules.

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Britain First's Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen arrested

Jayda Fransen re-arrested after appearing in court while Paul Golding was arrested outside the courtroom.

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Speaker criticises David Davis over release of Brexit papers

David Davis was not in contempt of Parliament but some of his actions were "regrettable", says Speaker.

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Stamp duty tax debate 'welcome'

Surveyors say changes to stamp duty levied on first-time buyers should spark a wider debate.

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Christmas truce?

We asked Brexiteers to name one good thing about the EU - and Remainers to do the same about Brexit.

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Archbishop urges 'ceasefire' on insults

The archbishop of Canterbury says personalised attacks must be avoided over Brexit

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