BBC News - UK Politics 8 April 2018

Russian spy: Politicians in 'idiot' row over poisoning

A bitter row breaks out between Labour and the Tories over the response to the Salisbury attack.

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Angela Rayner 'frustrated' over Labour anti-Semitism action

The shadow education secretary says the 2016 Chakrabarti report findings must be implemented faster.

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Tony Blair believes NI deal 'still possible' but warns over Brexit

Tony Blair discusses NI's political future on the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement.

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'Enough police' to tackle violence rise - Amber Rudd

The home secretary dismisses claims reduced resources are to blame as she outlines a new strategy.

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Government to crack down on 'rogue' estate agents

Estate agents will be required to hold a professional qualification and be transparent about fees.

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Sturgeon aims to boost Scots-China trade with visit

Nicola Sturgeon is to embark on a five-day visit to China to "showcase Scottish business and companies".

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Chris Wylie: 'I want a democratic mandate for Brexit'

Chris Wylie calls for "absolute clarity" that the Brexit vote was made "fairly" and in compliance with the law.

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