BBC News - UK Politics 1 March 2018

Donald Tusk asking UK for 'better' Northern Ireland idea

Theresa May is meeting the EU's Donald Tusk amid differences over Brexit plans for Northern Ireland.

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Leveson Inquiry: Matt Hancock axes proposed second stage

Labour calls the decision to axe Leveson part two a "bitter blow to the victims of press intrusion".

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Tony Blair: EU reform can change UK minds on Brexit

The ex-prime minister says "comprehensive" changes to EU migration rules could help "avert" Brexit.

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Labour suspends Ken Livingstone indefinitely over anti-Semitism claims

Move was final official act of outgoing Labour general secretary Iain McNicol, says the Huffington Post.

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IICSA inquiry says UK government should pay Australia child migrants

Thousands of UK children were sent abroad between 1945 and 1970, with many suffering abuse.

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MPs to get 1.8% pay rise - to £77,379

Backbench MPs will see their salary increase to £77,379 from 1 April, standards watchdog IPSA says.

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Labour 'won't accept' more money from Max Mosley

Labour says Max Mosley's donations will end amid a row over a racist by-election leaflet he published.

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Brexitcast special

The former Prime Minister Tony Blair tells Brexitcast he believes Brexit is "an historic mistake" and "if there's any way we can undo it then we should".

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UK will allow imperial pint bottles of Champagne again

Winston Churchill's favourite tipple of a pint bottle of Champagne - later banned by Brussels - is set to make a return to post-Brexit Britain.

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Tony Blair: If I were Labour leader I'd be hammering the Tories on Brexit

Tony Blair says that if he were Labour leader he would be "hammering the Tories" on Brexit.

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