BBC News - UK Politics 14 January 2018

Sturgeon to decide on pushing for indyref2 by end of year

The first minister said she would make her judgement when the deal between Britain and the EU became clear.

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UKIP suspends leader's girlfriend after Meghan Markle texts

Jo Marney apparently made racist remarks about Prince Harry's fiancee Meghan Markle in text messages.

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New 'respect' pledge for Tory candidates

People will be suspended from the part if they insult rivals, new chairman Brandon Lewis says.

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Jeremy Corbyn: I'm not calling for second EU referendum

The shadow foreign secretary says it would be a "challenge" if 90% wanted another Brexit vote.

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Worboys case: Government 'doing all it can' to keep rapist in jail

The new Tory chairman says the government may intervene over the decision to free John Worboys.

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Sturgeon: Corbyn supporters at odds with his Brexit stance

The SNP leader says Labour MPs must get their "act together" and try to keep the UK in the single market.

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What could UK's future trade relationship with the EU look like?

The EU says we can only have an 'off-the-shelf' model, like the deals with Norway or Canada; but the UK Government says we can be far more ambitious, as Elizabeth Glinka reports.

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