BBC News - UK Politics 15 March 2018

Theresa May visits Salisbury after 'brazen' spy attack

The PM is briefed by health experts as Sergei Skripal and his daughter remain critically ill.

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UK defence secretary tells Russia 'go away and shut up'

Gavin Williamson makes the comments as he unveils plans for a new chemical weapons defence centre.

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Nia Griffith distances herself from Corbyn aide's Russia comments

Shadow defence secretary Nia Griffith says Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman "has to speak for himself".

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Grenfell Tower doors 'resisted fire for half the time expected'

Experts say the door was supposed to resist fire for 30 minutes, but only lasted 15 minutes.

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Alex Salmond: Russian TV station 'not propaganda'

Scotland's former first minister defends his weekly show on RT and warns against shutting down the channel.

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Corbyn unfairly maligned on spy attack, says Carwyn Jones

Carwyn Jones says the Labour leader "very strongly" condemned the nerve agent attack on an ex-spy.

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MPs warn of 'poisonous air' emergency costing £20bn a year

Petrol and diesel cars must be phased out earlier than the 2040 target, Commons committees say.

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Northamptonshire County Council 'should be scrapped'

Local MP Michael Ellis called the management of Northamptonshire County Council a "national scandal".

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Unilever goes Dutch for HQ as London loses out

The firm behind Marmite, Pot Noodle and Dove soap chooses Rotterdam over London for its headquarters.

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Irish PM Varadkar set to meet US President Trump

Trade and Brexit are expected to be discussed when the two leaders meet at the White House.

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Johnson: This is not another Cold War

The foreign secretary says British people shouldn't be nervous of Russia.

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