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19/09/2020 06:46:26 PM
Boris Johnson attacking ‘rule of law’, say lawyers
Cameron drowned Brexit sorrows with 'endless bottles of wine'
London residents ‘forced to use Aberdeen postcode to get Covid test’
‘Rule of law is under attack,’ lawyers warn over Internal Market Bill
Covid test shortages set to last for weeks, Matt Hancock admits
Brexit could lead to two-day queues to cross Channel, ministers warned
Coronavirus testing centre shut down to make way for Brexit lorry park
Liberal Democrats plan to woo moderates from ‘thuggish’ Johnson Tories
Starmer only able to access coronavirus test because wife works in NHS
Javid joins Tory rebels refusing to back Boris Johnson’s bill
Priti Patel claims ‘wrong to say’ coronavirus tests aren’t available
Patel says she ‘would call police’ on neighbours flouting Covid rules
Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan condemned by all former PMs
Inside Politics: Boris Johnson’s Brexit bill passes first hurdle
Johnson’s Brexit plan passes Commons test despite Tory rebellion
‘Get your priorities right’: Starmer urges PM to protect jobs
‘Mutant housing algorithm’ could put PM’s levelling-up dream at risk
Ed Miliband accuses Boris Johnson of trying to 'get Brexit undone'
Government exempts grouse shooting from new coronavirus gathering ban
Starmer to offer Johnson support for ‘national plan’ to protect jobs
Should Boris Johnson care what former prime ministers think?
Starmer brands Johnson’s PMQs insults ‘desperate'
Johnson’s Brexit move will be blocked by Lords, says Heseltine
Breaking international law is totally ‘routine’, Tory MP says
Consider reporting neighbours for breaking Covid rules, minister says
Chief scientific adviser given ‘telling off’ for early lockdown plea
Starmer self-isolating after family member shows Covid symptoms
Tory MP quits government over plan to break international law
Lib Dem candidate filmed telling Muslims not to vote for ‘Jew’
Johnson’s Brexit bill faces vote in parliament – what happens next?
David Cameron joins condemnation of Boris Johnson’s plan to break law
Inside Politics: PM’s former ally attacks Brexit plan
Ministers launch consultation on extending stop and search powers
PM’s plan to rewrite Brexit deal ‘unconscionable’, says Geoffrey Cox
Sunak told time running out to prevent ‘mass unemployment catastrophe’
UK faces ‘cascade’ of new infections without urgent action
Buckland hints at resignation if PM breaks law in ‘unacceptable’ way
Minister could resign if Brexit bill breaks law in ‘unacceptable way’
What options does the EU have if the UK breaks international law?
Ireland accuses No 10 of ‘inflammatory language’ over Brexit
Boris Johnson 'plans to opt out of human rights laws' amid Brexit row
PM warned Brexit plans could have ‘catastrophic consequences’ for UK
Rebel Tory MPs refuse to back down over PM’s ‘damaging’ bill
US trade deal hopes hit as peers set to block chlorinated chicken
England will not exempt children from ‘six person’ rule, says Gove
UK on ‘edge of losing control’ of spread of coronavirus
Could the House of Lords thwart Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans?
Boris Johnson tries to fend off Tory rebellion over Brexit bill
EU threatening ‘trade border down the Irish sea’, claims Johnson
EU leaders vow to block trade deal if PM breaches withdrawal agreement
BBC Politics
19/09/2020 06:46:18 PM
PM's Brexit bill clears first hurdle in Commons MPs back the Internal Market Bill by 77 votes despite criticism it risks breaching international law.
Kuenssberg: An uncomfortable moment
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Johnson says bill protects UK's economic borders
Report 'rule of six' breaches, minister urges It comes as England, Scotland and Wales introduce limits on gatherings, with some key differences.
Starmer to call for furlough scheme replacement The Labour leader will also warn of the "scarring effect" of "mass unemployment" on communities.
Chief scientist 'told off' for lockdown plea An email exchange uncovered by the BBC reveals disharmony in the top ranks of decision makers.
Sturgeon seeks 'urgent' talks over testing backlog Scotland's first minister says she has "very serious concerns" about an apparent delay in processing tests.
Starmer self-isolating after household 'symptoms' The Labour leader will not speak in the Commons Brexit debate as he follows coronavirus guidelines.
Brexit to dominate week ahead in Parliament
Report 'rule of six' breaches, minister urges It comes as England, Scotland and Wales introduce limits on gatherings, with some key differences.
Starmer to call for furlough scheme replacement The Labour leader will also warn of the "scarring effect" of "mass unemployment" on communities.
Chief scientist 'told off' for lockdown plea An email exchange uncovered by the BBC reveals disharmony in the top ranks of decision makers.
Sturgeon seeks 'urgent' talks over testing backlog
Starmer self-isolating after household 'symptoms'
Brexit to dominate week ahead in Parliament
NI 'is not plaything of the EU' - Foster 2
TUC warns Chancellor 'act or face job loss tsunami' 11
Rees-Mogg back at work after self-isolating 13
Killer drivers could face life sentences 1
Brexit bill powers 'insurance policy' for UK 1
Video 3 minutes 23 secondsMiliband to Johnson: 'He hasn't read the bill'
Video‘I have absolutely no desire to use these measures’
Video 1 minute 30 secondsMiliband: Opposition to bill not just from Remainers
Video 45 secondsCameron: Breaking treaty should be 'final resort'
An uncomfortable moment - is it worth the risk?
Young people and home workers 'being scapegoated'
Despite bitter Brexit row can deal still be done?
Chicken, cheese, cod: The tricky trade talk menu
What is the row over 'internal markets' all about? Latest Updates
Call for mini lockdowns as coronavirus cases mount
PM's Brexit bill clears first hurdle in Commons
An uncomfortable moment - is it worth the risk?
What just happened with Brexit?
Miliband to Johnson: 'He hasn't read the bill' Miliband to Johnson: 'He hasn't read the bill'
NI 'is not plaything of the EU' - Foster
Newport spike blamed on bank holiday weekend party
Johnson says bill protects UK's economic borders
Organ donation 'opt-out' law in force from March
Miliband: Opposition to bill not just from Remainers Brexit: Ed Miliband on Johnson and Internal Market Bill

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19/09/2020 06:46:27 PM
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