BBC News - UK Politics 10 January 2018

Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict

It was the first PMQs in 2018 and the first since Theresa May reshuffled her government.

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Brexit: Financial services pivotal to 'bespoke' deal

Unnecessary trade barriers will only harm Europe, Philip Hammond and David Davis say on German trip.

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MP calls for ban on high-caffeine energy drinks

Maria Caulfield raised the issue after the suicide of a constituent, whose family said energy drinks contributed to his anxiety.

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'I can't report boss for bullying' - MPs' staff tell their stories

Some working for MPs are routinely subjected to bullying and harassment, a BBC 5 live survey reveals.

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Chinese business chiefs pay £12,000 for dinner with David Cameron

Chinese business leaders are offered the chance to pay for dinner and a photo with the ex-PM.

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UK manufacturing output at its highest for 10 years

Manufacturing records its seventh consecutive month of growth, while industrial output also rises.

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Plastic bag charge: 5p levy could be extended in England

Corner shops could be told to charge shoppers for single-use carrier bags under new government plans.

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Karen Bradley visits NI as secretary of state

Karen Bradley, who has never been to Northern Ireland before, reiterates her desire to restore devolution.

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New Army recruitment adverts 'won't appeal to new soldiers'

Critics question the Army's new recruitment drive, which focuses on sexuality, emotion and religion.

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Jayda Fransen 'mayor' video investigated by council

Footage shows Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen speaking from Belfast's Lord Mayor's chair.

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Speaker tells MP: I looked meaningfully at you to ask a question

Speaker John Bercow tells Lib Dem MP Layla Moran that he had "looked meaningfully" at her hoping that she would ask a question of the prime minister at PMQs.

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