BBC News - UK Politics 3 April 2018

Labour anti-Semitism row: Corbyn defends appearance at Jewdas event

Mainstream Jewish groups say the Labour leader should not have attended "radical" Jewish event.

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De la Rue given more time to challenge passport decision

The UK's passport supplier gets a two-week extension to challenge a move to a new maker post-Brexit.

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Have I Got News For You is 'too vicious' for women, says Nadine Dorries

MP Nadine Dorries talks about why female politicians turn down Have I Got News For You.

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Dan Jarvis: Labour's Sheffield mayoral candidate can stay as MP

A Labour source says it has been agreed Dan Jarvis can stay in parliament despite an earlier ruling.

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UK ivory ban among world's 'toughest', Michael Gove says

All sales of ivory products to be banned, regardless of their age, the environment secretary says.

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Jeremy Corbyn: 'I listened to young Jewish people'

Jeremy Corbyn defends his decision to attend a Jewdas event, saying it is important to "listen" to people's views.

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Corbyn's Jewdas visit 'not significant', says Momentum founder

Jeremy Corbyn's attendance at a left-wing Jewish event is being overblown, says Momentum founder.

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