BBC News - UK Politics 31 January 2018

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

David Lidington and Emily Thornberry take the key roles - with a clash on votes at 16.

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I'm not a quitter, says Theresa May amid leadership questions

The PM issues a defiant response to critics, as she begins a trade mission to China.

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Ministers agree to publish Brexit report if requested by MPs

The government says it will release a study on the economic impact if MPs back it in a vote later.

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Scottish government secures budget deal with Greens

The Scottish Greens agree to support the Scottish government budget in exchange for "significant" additional funding.

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Robin spotted in the House of Commons

Parliamentary authorities say "the situation is being dealt with".

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Capita shares plunge after warning on profits

Outsourcing giant Capita says it has become 'too complex' and overly focused on the short term.

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UK's Bangkok embassy sold by Foreign Office for £420m

The money from the sale will be used to renovate buildings across the UK's diplomatic service.

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Stonewall names Welsh Assembly as top LGBT employer

Stonewall names the Welsh Assembly as the UK's most inclusive employer of LGBT staff.

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Carwyn Jones should apologise, says Plaid AM in NHS row

Adam Price accuses the first minister of getting civil servants to dig up "dirt" on him.

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PIPs: What next for benefit claimants?

What will a government review of Personal Independence Payments mean for the people who receive them?

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What happens next

Theresa May follows in the footsteps of Peter Mandelson, Iain Duncan Smith - and Richard Nixon.

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'Auntie May'

China has been eagerly anticipating the arrival of the British Prime Minister.

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PMQs: Lammy and Lidington on knife crime and police cuts

Labour MP David Lammy asks about the effects of cuts to police and Border Force services on UK crime levels.

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How will Theresa May respond to critics?

The PM is asked by the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg what she will do differently to address critics at home.

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