Updated : 27/11/2020
 
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Independent
27/11/2020 10:46:24 PM
Founder of company backed by Priti Patel in legal battle in arms deal
Trump urged to pardon Julian Assange by mother of his children
UK unsure if EU will turn up to Brexit trade talks
PM warns of new year national lockdown if restrictions eased
Tax rises and spending cuts after Covid may be twice official forecast
Brexit talks crisis as UK admits it does not know if EU will turn up
Don’t hug elderly relatives at Christmas, warn scientific advisers
Don’t expect tough Covid restrictions to ease in winter, Whitty warns
PM’s new chief of staff heads charity which slammed cut to foreign aid
British firms rush to stockpile ahead of Brexit customs checks
Aid cut will not be restored in ‘foreseeable future’, Raab admits
Dutch populist Baudet suggests splitting party he created
Manchester in ‘very high’ tier 3, as new England rules announced
London pubs to reopen if they serve food as capital placed in tier 2
Almost 99% of England’s population placed in tougher Covid tiers
New Covid tier system branded ‘authoritarian’ as Tory revolt looms
Time running out to find Brexit side-deal on Gibraltar, says Spain
Boris Johnson urged to set up inquiry into lawyer’s murder
David Beckham considered for sports minister job, Cameron aide says
Average pay packets on track to be £1,200 lower by 2025, experts warn
Inside Politics: Hancock to reveal tier levels after furious lobbying
Australian-British academic ‘released in prisoner exchange in Iran’
Tory minister quits in protest at foreign aid budget cut
No-deal Brexit would hammer economy, warns OBR
Boris Johnson facing growing backbench revolt over England tiers
Sunak’s £55bn to fight Covid brings bill to £12,000 per household
Labour blasts £4bn fund for local projects as ‘pork barrel politics’
55 MPs back calls to stop deportation of severely autistic man
Rishi Sunak accused of playing ‘divide and rule’ with pay freeze
No-deal Brexit would hammer UK economy, warns OBR
Key numbers and policies from Rishi Sunak’s spending review
Tax rises and spending cuts of up to £46bn needed, watchdog warns
Richard Leonard calls for UK-wide council of ministers post-Brexit
Foreign aid budget cut to 0.5 per cent of GDP with no end date set
Coronavirus crisis to leave 2.6m unemployed next year
Sunak announces £55bn extra public money next year for Covid response
Boris Johnson overseeing ‘bullying, cronyism and waste’, says Starmer
Boris Johnson told off by Speaker for trying to ask questions at PMQs
EU president hails ‘genuine progress’ in Brexit trade talks
Blame EU ‘rules are rules’ approach for Brexit border chaos, Gove says
UK at risk of ‘systemic economic crisis’, government document reveals
‘Sobering’ news on UK economy to come today, Rishi Sunak warns
Malala urges government not to cut overseas aid
Popular EU sausages ‘to be banned from UK’ in new Brexit trade blow
Inside Politics: Sunak urged to drop public sector pay freeze
Government paid extra £10bn for PPE in Covid crisis, report finds
‘Hostile environment’ broke law, equality watchdog rules
Biden says ‘must keep’ open border with Ireland and Northern Ireland
Live: Boris Johnson warned six months of Brexit port ‘mayhem’ ahead
Sunak pledges to make jobs ‘number one priority’ in spending review
BBC Politics
27/11/2020 10:46:17 PM
PM: Tougher post-lockdown rules 'strike a balance' Almost all of England will go into tiers two and three when the lockdown ends on 2 December.
Check which tier you are in
What will England's new rules be?
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Check which tier you are in
What will England's new rules be?
Estonia and Latvia off 'safe' list
Don't hug elderly relatives at Christmas - Whitty It's not against the rules but it's not a sensible thing to do, warns the UK's chief medical officer.
Tory revolt brewing over 'appalling' Covid tiers Some backbench MPs say the new restrictions could lead to "utter devastation" for local economies.
Johnson appoints new chief of staff Former Treasury official Dan Rosenfield's appointment comes after a period of upheaval in Downing Street.
Why Johnson's new hire is a fascinating choice
Face-to-face Brexit talks to resume in London In-person meetings were suspended when EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier had to self-isolate.
Sturgeon wants indyref2 'early in next parliament' Scotland's first minister says a referendum should be held "in the earlier part" of the next Scottish Parliament.
Don't hug elderly relatives at Christmas - Whitty It's not against the rules but it's not a sensible thing to do, warns the UK's chief medical officer.
Tory revolt brewing over 'appalling' Covid tiers Some backbench MPs say the new restrictions could lead to "utter devastation" for local economies.
Johnson appoints new chief of staff Former Treasury official Dan Rosenfield's appointment comes after a period of upheaval in Downing Street.
Why Johnson's new hire is a fascinating choice
Face-to-face Brexit talks to resume in London
Sturgeon wants indyref2 'early in next parliament'
Aid cut likely to last for 'foreseeable future' 7
Almost all of England facing tough virus rules 7
Council tax 'likely to rise' after Sunak review 8
Sheep 'stuck in limbo' over Brexit regulations 10
Millions 'face £1,000 benefit cut' 8
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Rishi Sunak grapples with a political paradox
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Face-to-face Brexit talks to resume in London
'Spend £800m on public transport' to cut M4 queues By Brian Meechan
PM: Tougher post-lockdown rules 'strike a balance'
Teacher texts showed 'gaps' in school regulation
Sturgeon wants indyref2 'early in next parliament'
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Johnson appoints new chief of staff
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Vaccine ready for use within week of go ahead - FM
Covid in Scotland: Where are the latest cases?
Sheep 'stuck in limbo' over Brexit regulations By Conor Macauley
FM accused of 'hypocrisy' over Salmond papers
Scotland announces Christmas bubble limits
US politicians call for Pat Finucane inquiry
Floods and Covid 'left people traumatised' By Steffan Messenger

Politics.co.uk
27/11/2020 10:46:06 PM
Deportation threat against woman facing forced marriage and FGM
Spending review: Brexit will damage the parts of the economy which survived covid
Migration and change: The counter-intuitive findings of a new local study
Ditching the 0.7% aid pledge is the end of Global Britain
Biden presidency brings hope for the Kurds
Week in review: An American coup
There should be no monopolies in a pandemic
UK-Japan deal dismantles UK's privacy protections
Our plan for a moderate Labour party
The hatred of video games is simply suspicion of youth
If McDonald's can take climate change seriously, why can't the government?
Johnson already looks bored of the coronavirus
A plague of hot takes: Lazy contrarians are putting everyone at risk
Protecting the doctors: The reality of the equipment supply problem
Coronavirus bill: The biggest expansion in executive power we've seen in our lifetime
The Spectator
27/11/2020 10:46:25 PM
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
Carole Cadwalladr should now return her Orwell Prize
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
The existential threat facing the BBC
Meet Boris Johnson’s new chief of staff
Watch: Lindsay Hoyle blasts the online tiers
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
Carole Cadwalladr should now return her Orwell Prize
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
The existential threat facing the BBC
Meet Boris Johnson’s new chief of staff
Watch: Lindsay Hoyle blasts the online tiers
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
Carole Cadwalladr should now return her Orwell Prize
Tory MPs see red over the new tiers
What we know so far about the Oxford vaccine
The existential threat facing the BBC
Meet Boris Johnson’s new chief of staff
Watch: Lindsay Hoyle blasts the online tiers
The public sector delusion
Meet Boris Johnson’s new chief of staff
We need a dose of vaccine realism
What do excess deaths tell us about Covid?
My kids think my move into the garden shed means divorce
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We need a dose of vaccine realism
What do excess deaths tell us about Covid?
My kids think my move into the garden shed means divorce
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I was dreaming of a cancelled Christmas
A vaccine won’t heal the scarring of lockdown
Left behind: how Labour betrayed its base
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New Statesman

27/11/2020 10:46:25 PM
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To defeat Covid-19 the UK needs to remember the three Cs
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