BBC News - UK Politics 29 March 2018

Theresa May: Brexit allows more spending on NHS and schools

The PM promises to make Brexit a "success" - but Tony Blair says "it's not too late" to stop it.

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'Deeply sorry' Christine Shawcroft quits as Labour disputes chief

Christine Shawcroft sent an email opposing suspension of a candidate accused of Holocaust denial.

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Tony Blair: It is not too late to stop Brexit

The ex-prime minister says it is "more likely... than a few months ago" that Brexit can be stopped.

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Brexit: UK hopes to roll over 40 EU trade deals, says Liam Fox

Liam Fox says he hopes to have the arrangements with 70 countries in place by the end of 2020.

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Worboys case: Nick Hardwick says 'government at fault too'

The ex-Parole Board boss says the Ministry of Justice made errors in the decision to free the rapist.

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Row over deposit demands on tenants

MPs and landlords are at loggerheads over the acceptable level of deposits demanded of tenants in England.

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Theresa May: Brexit will give UK new opportunities

Theresa May tells the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg Brexit will change the UK, but will provide the chance to spend money on priorities like the NHS and schools.

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Brexit: What happens to Gibraltar after UK leaves EU

Brexit could have big implications for Gibraltar, which gave the highest vote to remain in the EU referendum

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'I'm 18 - will I ever get to vote on Brexit?'

The BBC's Brexitcast podcast went live - with questions fired at Laura, Katya and the gang.

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Tony Blair on Brexit: Not final until it's final

Tony Blair says we should take a final decision once Brexit terms are agreed.

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Should the UK ban the sale of fur?

MPs will debate the issue on 4 June, after a petition to ban fur sales reached 100,000 signatures.

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