BBC News - UK Politics 16 March 2018

Spy poisoning: Putin most likely behind attack - Johnson

The UK foreign secretary says it is "overwhelmingly likely" Russia's president ordered ex-spy's poisoning.

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Russian spy: Labour row over Jeremy Corbyn's position

Jeremy Corbyn faces calls for a clear statement on Russia's "culpability" in nerve agent attack.

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Brexit: Lorry checks at Dover 'unrealistic' says Grayling

Talk of long queues is unfounded, transport secretary says, as goods will continue to flow seamlessly.

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MPs urged to back bill to reunite child refugees with relatives

Reuniting children with their families is the "right thing to do", the SNP's Angus MacNeil says.

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Telford abuse: MP 'inundated' with child grooming reports

More victims of child grooming in Telford are coming forward since reports of its scale emerged.

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Britain First leader Paul Golding attacked at HMP Elmley

Paul Golding - along with the group's deputy leader - was jailed for religiously aggravated harassment.

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Councillor suspended over Islamaphobic slur about Humza Yousaf

Labour's Jim Dempster admitted making the Islamophobic comment about Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf.

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