BBC News - UK Politics 21 February 2018

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

Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit - here are the key bits of their exchanges.

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UK setting out post-Brexit transition period position

The UK sets out its response to EU suggestions for how a post-Brexit transition period could work.

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Ex-Save the Children boss Justin Forsyth apologises over texts

Former Save the Children boss Justin Forsyth was accused of commenting on what female staff wore.

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Pro-Brexit Tory MPs set out demands in letter to Theresa May

Tory group urges clean break with the EU - Labour says the PM is too "weak" to stand up to them.

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Productivity growth strongest since financial crisis

The UK sees a second quarter of productivity growth and wages rise more than expected.

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Plaid Cymru AM Steffan Lewis opens up on cancer

Steffan Lewis says the emotional impact of the disease should be discussed more.

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Labour vows to end 'heartbreaking' deportation rules

Diane Abbott vows to stop separating families and to allow parents of child refugees to come to UK.

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Theresa May to meet DUP and Sinn Féin leaders

Theresa May will host party leaders a week after talks aimed at restoring power sharing collapsed.

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Disputed Stormont 'deal' pages leaked

The parties disagree on whether a power-sharing agreement was on the table before the talks collapsed.

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PMQs: John Bercow reminds MPs about harassment in Commons

The Speaker steps in to remind noisy MPs that "huge numbers" of viewers "disapprove of this sort of behaviour".

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PMQs: Corbyn and May on UK and EU Brexit negotiations

The Labour leader criticises a speech by the foreign secretary, while the PM jokes about press stories linking him to a Czech spy from the Cold War era.

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Andrew Gwynne asked about Labour's Brexit policy

Andrew Gwynne is asked about Labour's Brexit policy and how the UK could draw up trade deals with the EU and non-EU states after its 2019 departure.

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