BBC News - UK Politics 3 January 2018

Brexit: UK could join Pacific free trade zone, says Liam Fox

Liam Fox says it would be "foolish" to rule out signing up to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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Health secretary Jeremy Hunt sorry as A&Es struggle to cope

Health secretary apologises after NHS bosses in England cancel thousands of non-urgent treatments.

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Widdecombe in Celebrity Big Brother

Ann Widdecombe, Malika Haqq and Jess Impiazzi are among the first contestants.

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Toby Young regrets 'politically incorrect' comments

Toby Young defends his suitability for university watchdog role, amid outcry over comments about women.

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Thousands benefit from stamp duty cut, says Theresa May

The PM says 16,000 home-buyers have saved money since November's cut - but Labour says it drives up prices.

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Sarah Wollaston urges government to get a grip on NHS 'crisis'

Senior Tory MP Sarah Wollaston calls for more money and better planning to ease pressure on NHS in England.

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Six held in far-right group National Action investigation

West Midlands Police say the six are being held on suspicion of preparing acts of terrorism.

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After Brexit

The 11 members of the Trans Pacific-Partnership account for about 8% of British exports.

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Parasites invading Houses of Parliament

Urgent action is being taken by managers at Westminster to tackle the bed bug problem.

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NHS in 'serious crisis,' says Labour's Ashworth

Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth says patients are "suffering" because of spending cuts.

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