BBC News - UK Politics 6 February 2018

Women's vote: Pardoning suffragettes 'complicated'

Campaigners want posthumous pardons but the home secretary says it isn't "straightforward".

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In pictures: MPs wear suffragette tributes in Commons

MPs wore tributes to suffragettes in a special debate to mark 100 years since some women got the vote.

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Katie Price urging MPs to tackle online abuse

The reality TV star and her mother Amy tell MPs new laws are needed to tackle online abuse.

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Carillion: Ex-chairman Philip Green takes blame for collapse

Former chairman Philip Green tells MPs he takes "full responsibility" for what happened.

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Historical change

Would the outcomes of elections have been different if men had been the only people using the ballot box?

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Katie Price calls on MPs to make online abuse criminal offence

Katie Price is calling on MPs to make online abuse a criminal offence, and says how her son has been targeted.

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Love Island's Olivia Attwood on why she's never voted

Love Island's Olivia Attwood speaks to MP Anna Soubry, 100 years since women won the right to vote.

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Actress Joanna Lumley reads Emmeline Pankhurst's Freedom or Death speech

Actress Joanna Lumley reads Emmeline Pankhurst's Freedom or Death speech.

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