BBC News - UK Politics 1 February 2018

Brexit: Theresa May to fight EU transition residency plan

The PM says EU nationals arriving after the UK's exit should not automatically expect full rights.

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End obsession with Europe, Liam Fox urges

The international trade secretary says the focus should be on global markets.

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'Hi I'm Matt Hancock' - culture secretary launches own app

The culture secretary becomes the first MP to launch his own smartphone app.

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Theresa May hails 'first step' to trade deal after Xi Jinping talks

UK prime minister Theresa May looks forward to a post-Brexit trade deal after talks with Xi Jinping.

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MPs vote to leave Houses of Parliament during refit

The Commons would be vacated during a multi-billion pound refurbishment - although not before 2025.

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Parents paid £1m over 'shambles' childcare scheme

The government pays out to parents over its tax-free childcare scheme labelled a "shambles"

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New mother Emma Reynolds on maternity and paternity votes

Emma Reynolds is interviewed with her baby Theo about voting rights for MPs who are new parents.

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Why have MPs voted to move out of Palace of Westminster?

MPs vote to move out of the Palace of Westminster, which is crumbling, prone to fires and contains asbestos.

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