BBC News - UK Politics 11 February 2018

Brexit: Ministers to unveil what EU relationship they want for UK

A series of speeches will set out what sort of relationship the UK wants with the EU after it leaves.

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Oxfam Haiti sex claims: Charity 'failed in moral leadership'

The charity is warned it must account for its actions or risk losing its government funding.

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MPs could block Theresa May's Brexit plan - Anna Soubry

Tory rebel joins forces with Labour's Chuka Umunna to warn Theresa May against seeking a "hard Brexit".

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton: It's not all over

Henry Bolton says he still has "strong affection" for Jo Marney but insists he can remain as leader.

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Boris Johnson meets Aung San Suu Kyi for Rohingya talks

The foreign secretary called for the safe return of refugees to the Rakhine State from Bangladesh.

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Abuse of politicians is 'definitely getting worse'

MPs David Davies and Carolyn Harris say "threatening" abuse against politicians is worsening.

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Will Labour's plan to bring public services in-house work?

The recent collapse of Carillion and the ending of the East Coast Rail franchise early has emboldened the Labour party to push its agenda for renationalising key services such as rail, water and energy.

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Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna say MPs could block hard Brexit

Anna Soubry and Chuka Umunna say only British people can stop Brexit - but MPs could block an exit from the single market.

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton defends Jo Marney relationship

UKIP leader confident of party backing despite admitting "strong affections" for Jo Marney.

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Penny Mordaunt: Charities who lack 'moral leadership' face losing government backing

The international development secretary said that Oxfam did "the wrong thing" whilst being interviewed on The Andrew Marr Show.

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