BBC News - UK Politics 27 March 2018

Spy poisoning: Russia accuses US of 'expulsion blackmail'

Foreign Minister Lavrov blames Washington for the expulsion of diplomats by more than 20 countries.

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Brexit: UK firms 'fearful' for future migration system

Businesses worry about their ability to recruit workers from the EU after Brexit, a report finds.

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Boris Johnson told off by Speaker for 'sexism'

Boris Johnson is reprimanded by the Speaker for referring to Emily Thornberry as Lady Nugee.

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Data row: Facebook's Zuckerberg will not appear before MPs

Facebook, which is at the centre of a dispute over harvesting personal data, will send a senior boss.

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Government wades into GKN takeover battle

The business secretary seeks "binding" commitments from Melrose over its proposed takeover of GKN.

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Carl Sargeant's family concern at QC inquiry delay

Lawyers say relatives are "still in the throes of grief" after the death of the sacked minister.

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Gambling watchdog considers credit card ban

A report into making online gambling safer warns of the danger of using credit cards to place bets.

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Jeremy Corbyn told to act on 'stain' of anti-Semitism in party

Ex-PM Tony Blair is among Labour figures urging Jeremy Corbyn to do more to tackle anti-Semitism.

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Digital assistant

The prime minister was the "last member" of Downing Street team using the device.

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Salisbury: Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid says West united

Estonian President Kersti Kaljulaid says Western unity will not be broken.

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