BBC News - UK Politics 12 March 2018

Varadkar rules out post-Brexit border pre-registration

Leo Varadkar dismisses reports travellers may have to pre-register to cross the Irish border after Brexit.

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Online porn age checks delayed in UK

Age checks will not be introduced in April as intended but are still planned before the year's end.

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UK should set date for everyone to speak English, says Casey

Dame Louise Casey said a "common language" would help to "heal rifts across Britain".

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Sir Vince Cable denies branding older Brexit voters racist

The Lib Dem leader was criticised for suggesting some Leave voters were nostalgic for a white Britain.

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Bullying claims in Parliament to be raised in Commons

An urgent question will be asked in the Commons as MPs call for an inquiry into allegations.

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Mark McDonald says he is 'morally justified' remaining an MSP

The ex-minister who admitted inappropriate behaviour says he was elected to serve a full Holyrood term.

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Row as Labour's Debbie Abrahams leaves front bench

Work and pensions spokeswoman Debbie Abrahams considers legal action after being removed from her job.

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Russian spy: May under pressure to take firm action

Theresa May is urged to take firm action against whoever targeted Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.

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Integration Strategy delay 'frustrating'

Dame Louise Casey says it will be "incredibly frustrating" if there are any more delays over action to improve community cohesion in the UK.

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