BBC News - UK Politics 4 February 2018

Amber Rudd hits back at Tory Brexiteers

The home secretary says she is "not intimidated" and ministers are more united than critics claim.

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Marine cuts would 'undermine UK security'

MPs describe rumoured cuts as "militarily illiterate" and warn the Treasury "has got to cough up".

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Claire Kober accuses Labour members of sexism and bullying

Haringey Council's leader, Claire Kober, has accused sections of the Labour Party of "sexism" and "bullying".

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Gerry Adams backs Jeremy Corbyn as next PM

The outgoing Sinn Féin leader praises the Labour leader's past role in the peace process.

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Theresa May's plan to end intimidation in politics

Theresa May will consider new legislation to protect candidates, 100 years after women got the vote.

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Gerry Kelly: MLA's car clamp removal reported to police

Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly is reported to the police for alleged criminal damage to a car clamp.

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Amber Rudd: Jacob Rees-Mogg 'wrong' to attack civil service

Amber Rudd says the Brexiteer should not have accused Treasury officials of fiddling figures.

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Sir Vince Cable: 'Corbyn crucial' to second Brexit referendum

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable denies that a second Brexit referendum is "a dead duck".

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What is happening with the sexual harassment report in Westminster?

Allegations of sexual harassment and bullying rocked Westminster when they emerged last autumn.

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