BBC News - UK Politics 15 January 2018

Carillion collapse raises job fears

The government will take on public services after the UK's second biggest construction firm fails.

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Hard Brexit 'would cost Scots £12.7bn'

Analysis by the Scottish government concludes a so-called hard Brexit would cost each Scot £2,300 a year.

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Momentum founder Jon Lansman voted on to Labour's NEC

Jon Lansman is among three new members of the party's governing body - as Eddie Izzard loses out.

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UKIP leader splits with partner after Meghan Markle texts

Henry Bolton says his relationship is over after reported racist remarks and he will not resign.

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Barry McElduff has resigned as MP for West Tyrone

He has been embroiled in controversy since posting online video on anniversary of Kingsmills massacre.

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Developing countries warned UK could cut foreign aid

Overseas nations should take "responsibility" and invest in their own people, the government says.

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Public sexual harassment to be investigated by MPs

Inquiry hopes to identify steps government could take to tackle problem in workplaces and schools.

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Bolton: Views not Marney's 'core beliefs'

Leader of UKIP says Jo Marney views not in line with her 'core beliefs'

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Women and voting: Suffragist Millicent Fawcett

A look at the life of suffragist Millicent Fawcett in the 100th anniversary year of women winning the vote.

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German John Jungclaussen talks UK, EU and Brexit

Other EU nations are not out to get Britain, and they have things to worry about other than Brexit, says a German journalist.

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