BBC News - UK Politics 6 March 2018

Russian spy: Boris Johnson warns Kremlin over Salisbury incident

Boris Johnson promises "robust" action against any Russian involvement, as relatives say ex-spy feared for his safety.

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Guy Verhofstadt in Brexit talks with David Davis

The European Parliament's Brexit chief wants to avoid a "bureaucratic nightmare" for EU citizens.

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Munroe Bergdorf: Labour LGBT adviser quits over 'online abuse'

Munroe Bergdorf says she's stepping down from the role due to "endless attacks on her character".

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Ousted UKIP leader Henry Bolton 'to set up new party'

Sacked UK Independence Party leader Henry Bolton says he is to set up a new pro-Brexit party.

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Launch a British Sign Language GCSE, MPs urge

Ministers says they value British Sign Language, but disappoint MPs who want a GCSE in it.

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Ministers keeping an 'open mind' on airgun regulation

UK politicians debated gun control following the growing number of "senseless" attacks on pets.

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AMs vote to speed EU Continuity Bill through assembly

The Continuity Bill would bring devolved powers wielded at EU level to the Welsh assembly.

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GKN takeover bid by Melrose should be blocked, MPs say

A cross-party group of MPs joins growing opposition over Melrose's bid for engineering giant GKN.

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Local elections: Photo ID needed at some polling stations

In some parts of England for local elections in May, voters in several pilot areas will be asked to provide photo ID.

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