BBC News - UK Politics 7 February 2018

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

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over crime, with cameos for Dennis Skinner and Philip Davies.

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Theresa May and ministers gather for key Brexit meeting

The government is facing growing calls to set out details of what it wants from EU negotiations.

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Dennis Skinner: I won't be celebrating my birthday

The Labour MP says he will not be marking his 86th birthday this Sunday as he does not believe in celebrating "things like that".

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EU wants to restrict single market access to UK

The restriction, revealed in a draft EU document, would apply during the post-Brexit transition.

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Jack Sargeant wins Alyn and Deeside by-election

Jack Sargeant is elected to the Welsh Assembly, three months after his father was found dead.

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Migration cut 'could cost Scotland £10bn'

Reducing net UK migration to the tens of thousands would be "catastrophic", the Scottish government claims.

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Reality Check

What has happened to police numbers and counter-terrorism funding?

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PMQs: Corbyn and May on police cuts and Labour's economic plans

Theresa May says Labour's economic plans would "bankrupt Britain" and leave the police with less money.

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PMQs: Corbyn and May on gun crime and police funding

Jeremy Corbyn quotes a Conservative MP and a chief constable as he questions the PM on gun crime and police funding.

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Greg Clark: UK seeking tariff-free trade with EU

Business Secretary Greg Clark tells BBC Breakfast the UK's aims in Brexit negotiations are very clear.

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