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No 10 defends destroying Windrush landing cards

Downing Street has defended the Home Office's decision to destroy landing cards recording the arrival of Windrush generation immigrants to the UK. ...

Calls for action in emotional anti-Semitism debate

Emotions ran high in the Commons as Labour MPs recounted their personal experiences of abuse and called on the party to take action against "corrosive" anti-Semitism. ...

Dame in maternity row over 'shocking' remark

The chief inspector of the UK's probation service has defended taking on a second job, suggesting she could do both as she does not have young children. ...

May to face more questions over Syria strikes

MPs will ask further questions of the Prime Minister's decision to order airstrikes in Syria during a second emergency debate in the House of Commons later. ...

'Unforeseen risks' in no longer consulting Parliament

Two days after the strikes, the Prime Minister finally put her case for military action against the Syrian regime to the House of Commons. ...

'Windrush' immigrants possibly deported 'in error', Govt admits

The Government have apologised after admitting "Windrush" generation UK residents have potentially been deported to the Caribbean "in error". Immigration...

PM under pressure over 'Windrush' immigration row

The Prime Minister has been criticised after Downing Street turned down a request to discuss immigration problems faced by "Windrush" generation British residents. ...

Corbyn wants 'incontrovertible' proof on Salisbury

Jeremy Corbyn has said he wants "incontrovertible proof" before blaming Russia for the Salisbury nerve agent attack. Inspectors...

PM to call for emergency debate over Syria strikes

The Prime Minister will tell MPs she acted "in Britain's national interest" by ordering airstrikes on Syria as the Government calls for an emergency debate on the issue. ...

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PM 'to appoint No Deal Cabinet role' in reshuffle

Theresa May is reportedly poised to appoint a "Cabinet minister for no deal" in a move that will delight hard-line Tory Brexiteers but...