BBC News - UK Politics 16 January 2018

Donald Tusk: EU's 'heart still open to UK' over Brexit

The EU's "heart is still open to the UK" staying in, European Council President Donald Tusk says.

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Carillion directors to be investigated

The government has asked for a fast-track investigation into the conduct of directors at Carillion.

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Does MP Sir Desmond Swayne nod off in Ken Clarke's speech?

Does MP Sir Desmond Swayne nod off during Ken Clarke's speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill?

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UK inflation rate drops back to 3%

The rate fell from November's six-year high of 3.1% mainly because of the impact of air fares.

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Brexit: EU 'tightens transition guidelines' on immigration, trade and fishing

Language on immigration, trade and fishing is toughened up in guidelines for second-stage talks.

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£350m Brexit claim was 'too low', says Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson says the much disputed sum - promised to the NHS - was "grossly underestimated".

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Terror trial: Big Ben among terror targets, court hears

A British man who was "fascinated" by so-called Islamic State targeted UK landmarks, court hears.

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UKIP AM Michelle Brown faces committee over racial slur

Michelle Brown is questioned over a racial slur she used to describe a Labour MP.

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Product safety flaws 'exposed by Whirlpool danger dryers'

More than a million fire-risk dryers are still being used in UK homes, a committee of MPs says.

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Donald Tusk on Brexit: 'Our hearts are still open to you'

The European Council President says the UK could remain in the EU if there is "a change of heart".

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