Brexit: David Davis warns MPs to leave bill unchanged

Most people now want Theresa May to "get on with the job", says Brexit minister.

Brexit Question Time: Davis, Salmond and Clegg on panel

Alex Salmond, Keir Starmer and Suzanne Evans also among panel for special live edition.

Women’s march highlights refugee plight

Emeli Sande, Melanie C and Annie Lennox lead a sing-along on London's Southbank.

Sir Philip Green: ‘Still stains’ despite BHS pension deal

The tycoon should not be allowed to keep his knighthood despite the pensions deal, says a senior MP.

Rape victims to get pre-trial recorded interview option

Alleged rape victims will not have to sit in the same court as the accused under planned changes.

‘No sex, no politics’

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Public appointments process not transparent, say MPs

MPs say they are concerned that the government sets the code for public appointments.

Reality Check: Who would be hit by Labour’s higher taxes?

Under a Labour government the highest earners would be hit by higher taxes. But who are the higher earners in the UK?

Sharp fall in prosecutions for death crash drivers

Campaigners say the loss of thousands of traffic police officers in England and Wales is to blame.

Newspaper headlines: ‘Battle begins’ and ‘coalition chaos’ warning

The UK's surprise election continues to dominate the front pages, with some focusing on manifesto pledges.

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