BBC News - UK Politics 2 March 2018

Theresa May sets out 'hard facts' on Brexit in speech

The PM warns "life is going to be different" as the UK leaves the EU in her big Brexit speech.

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Corbyn urged Jon Lansman to drop general secretary bid, BBC understands

Jeremy Corbyn asked ally Jon Lansman not to seek Labour general secretary post, the BBC understands.

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David Cameron and George Osborne hail plan after UK deficit target met

Labour attacks them for "boasting" about spending cuts as the UK finally hits Mr Osborne's target.

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Secret government order allowing MI5 law-breaking revealed

Campaigners says guidance on when spies can break the law should be published after order to watchdog.

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Only one convicted over 2017 'double voting' claims

More than 1,000 emails were sent to report claims of fraudulent voting in the 2017 general election.

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UKIP loses control of Thanet council

Chris Wells resigned as leader when 12 Thanet UKIP councillors set up an independent group.

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Brexit: Theresa May's speech on future UK-EU relationship

The prime minister lists a series of tests for the UK as it negotiates a Brexit deal with the remaining members of the European Union.

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PM would be 'crazy' to risk government in customs vote - Ken Clarke

It would be "completely crazy" for Theresa May to turn a Commons vote on whether to stay in the customs union into a vote of confidence in her government, Ken Clarke says.

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