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Rail strikes will punish innocent people, transport secretary says

Brexit: Plans to ditch parts of NI Protocol are economic vandalism - Irish PM

Migrants: Some due for removal from the UK could be electronically tagged

Companies must help cut living costs, says new cost of living tsar

Labour's Starmer and Rayner return police questionnaire over lockdown drink

Ukraine war: Boris Johnson travels to Kyiv to meet Volodymyr Zelensky

Boris Johnson urged not to scrap ethics adviser role

Julian Assange can be extradited, says UK home secretary

MP Nick Fletcher schools letter says trans 'nothing more than a phase'

England appoints ambassador to shake up women's health

People cut back on food, fuel and clothes as prices rise, BBC survey suggests

Government set to miss air pollution goals - report

Trust Tories like you trust GPs after Shipman, Wakefield candidate says

MP Peter Bone reads out abusive email to him in Commons

Rwanda asylum plan: European court intervention was wrong, says Raab

Renting: No-fault evictions to be banned in England

In full: Lord Geidt's resignation letter and Boris Johnson's reply

NI Protocol: Three-page certificate for GB lorries entering NI - EU

Rwanda: We're committed to asylum plan, says Priti Patel

EU takes new legal action against UK over post-Brexit deal changes

Scottish independence: Angus Robertson says indyref2 to be held in October 2023

Millions to get first cost-of-living payment from 14 July

Northern Ireland Protocol: Is Truss right about public opinion?

Jailed geologist Jim Fitton: MP says government needs to do more

Chris Mason: Where does Rwanda flight setback leave ministers?

Falklands War 40th anniversary: PM praises 'daring and bravery' of veterans

SNP MP Patrick Grady faces Commons suspension for sexual misconduct

Living costs tsar David Buttress called for Boris Johnson to go

Nicola Sturgeon unveils case for Scottish independence

Government relocates 1,800 civil servant jobs to Manchester

Johnson's Partygate fine may have broken ministerial code, MPs told

Rail strikes: Thousands more workers to vote on action

Prince Andrew out of view as Tony Blair receives royal honour

Arron Banks loses Russia libel case against Carole Cadwalladr

Food strategy criticised by government's own adviser

Starmer investigated by standards watchdog over late gift registrations

Rail strike: Agency staff could cover future disruption

Rwanda asylum plan: Campaigners' challenge to be heard on Monday

Minister sorry for 'godawful' Birmingham and Blackpool comment

Salt and sugar tax for England to be ruled out

England's top student loan interest rate cut by 5%

Rwanda asylum plan: UK court allows removal flight planned for Tuesday

Do everything to free Aiden Aslin and Shaun Pinner, PM tells ministers

Luton councillor Hannah Adrees sentenced for benefit fraud

Sir Keir Starmer: Protocol can be fixed through hard work

Tory donor Maurizio Bragagni's 'foreign Muslim' comments condemned

New mum Yvette Cooper hid from boss Tony Blair as she looked after child

Rishi Sunak accused of wasting billions servicing government debt

Chris Mason: Can weakened Johnson turn things around?

Coronavirus: Spending watchdog questions plan to burn unused PPE

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