Updated : 17/10/2017
 
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Independent
17/10/2017 03:47:13 PM
Brexit will be 'like the Blitz', OECD says
Reverse Brexit with second referendum to save economy, OECD tells UK
May must stand up to Johnson to unlock Brexit talks, says Merkel ally
Ministers fear Brexit talks could collapse 'within weeks'
Royal Mail shareholders paid £800m in past four years
New House of Lords peerages 'to be limited to 15 years'
Women’s refuge budgets slashed by quarter over past seven years
No deal Brexit will cost millions of families £500 a year, warns study
May told to 'stop wasting money' on plans to axe 50 MPs
Vulnerable children could be at risk after fall in health visitors
Brexit forces Andrew Lloyd Webber to quit the House of Lords
Theresa May and EU President want to 'accelerate' Brexit talks
Ukip's new leader says he could strangle a badger with his bare hands
Gitmo prisoners 'being left at death's door' by Trump's new policy
A top lawyer can't stop Boris doing what he wants, not even his wife
Sir Vince Cable dismisses David Davis's 'absurd' plea to suspend MEP
Date of meeting with May only confirmed in last few days, says Juncker
Young Labour brands Donald Trump a 'fascist' and urges Nato withdrawal
May told MPs will 'veto' a no-deal Brexit ahead of emergency talks
Government backs tougher sentences for assaults on emergency workers
Theresa May to fly to Brussels for emergency Brexit talks
UK watchdog pushes for new British 'right to equality' after Brexit
Davis to make emergency trip to Brussels to kick-start Brexit talks
Britain 'will grow more here' if food prices rise following Brexit
David Davis calls for Tory U-turn on tuition fees
Head of NHS attacked over 'unacceptable' mental health care for childr
Jacob Rees-Mogg says calling a man a feminist is 'ridiculous'
Hammond backed by 'most Tory MPs', May told
Parliament will unite to stop a 'no deal' Brexit, says Labour
Sharing patient data key to better NHS using AI
Hillary Clinton says the Tories lack ‘empathy’
Tories face humiliation as DUP sides with Labour over women's pensions
No deal Brexit 'could trigger new Scottish independence referendum'
No further Brexit talks yet scheduled as negotiations hit deadlock
Universal credit director dismisses whistleblower's account of system
Children 'must be taught benefits of immigration in school'
BBC Politics
17/10/2017 03:46:39 PM
Brexit talks 'reaching limit' says Davis
Brexit reverse 'would boost UK'
Kuenssberg: Accelerate, accelerate
Does UK owe the EU money?
Battles ahead for EU bill
UK inflation at highest since April 2012
Updated MP boundary plans published
Brexit reversal would boost UK, says OECD
Pro-EU group fined over campaign spending
PM and EU: Let's speed up Brexit talks
Bombardier to partner Airbus on jets
Rise in hate crime in England and Wales
Brexit trade talks 'needed by December'
Emergency worker attacks law gets backing
Homeless given one-way train tickets
Lloyd Webber to retire from Lords
Video 5:40 Brit fighting life in North Korea 'demonisation'
Video 2:29 Recalling awkward political dinners
Video 7:57 What is Women's Equality Party about?
Audio 0:44 Brexit is either 'all or none'
Audio 1:16 Trump ‘uses tactics to dominate women’
Video 2:04 'Stamp out sickening distribution of images'
Party conferences 2017
Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet
'Accelerate' - the word the Tories need
Theresa May reprimands Johnson
Week ahead in Parliament
Election: Key points at-a-glance
Which seats changed hands at election?
10 ways the PM blew her majority
Video 5:40 Brit fighting life in North Korea 'demonisation'
Video 2:29 Recalling awkward political dinners
Video 7:57 What is Women's Equality Party about?
Audio 0:44 Brexit is either 'all or none'
Audio 1:16 Trump ‘uses tactics to dominate women’
Video 2:04 'Stamp out sickening distribution of images'

Politics.co.uk
17/10/2017 03:46:10 PM
Campaigners descend on London hospital to protest against new migrant NHS rules
Rollout of Universal Credit in Grenfell area halted until 2018
School nurses could be forced to deny migrant children treatment under new rules
Social cleansing: Hundreds of families moved out of London boroughs immediately after Grenfell
Benefit sanctions shoot up 50% in six months
Revealed: MPs using immigration enforcement hotline to report people to the Home Office
School nurses could be forced to deny migrant children treatment under new rules
Benefit sanctions shoot up 50% in six months
Sex worker robbed at knifepoint faces deportation after contacting police
'It's a trap': Home Office accused of biometrics powergrab over Grenfell amnesty
Campaigners descend on London hospital to protest against new migrant NHS rules
Rollout of Universal Credit in Grenfell area halted until 2018
Social cleansing: Hundreds of families moved out of London boroughs immediately after Grenfell
Sadiq Khan says police are "duty bound" to report victims of crime to the Home Office
What the DUP have negotiated is much smarter than many predicted
McDonnell has shown his double standards by attending a Cuba Solidarity Campaign event
The DUP will be back for more
The first British defeat over Brexit happened in moments
Rich residents complaining about living near Grenfell survivors comes as no surprise
The Spectator
17/10/2017 03:47:14 PM
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The cost of a Brexit ‘no deal’ is diminishing
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Sebastian Kurz’s shift to the right pays off
Babies not bombs are what the Islamists want from their women
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Edward Lear: where art and nonsense collide
Where did it go wrong for Basquiat?
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Alan Hollinghurst’s new novel is dazzling – and just like all his others
Stop whatever you’re doing and watch Suburra
The problem with Hungary’s toothless opposition
Good as it is, the material is highly perishable: Labour of Love reviewed
The Pilgrim Fathers: from persecuted to persecutors
Sugar ‘awakens’ cancer cells
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Psilocybin ‘reboots’ the brain and reduces symptoms of depression
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Psoriasis treatment target is safe, new study shows
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Chicago repeals unpopular sugar tax. Is it doomed to fail in Britain, too?
Obsession 18: full line-up
Gallery: Great British Pub Dogs
Recipe: Curried cauliflower soup
Brexit doom and gloom hasn’t yet affected the racing industry
It’s no surprise that smart meters are proving unpopular with the public
The Bombardier dispute leaves Britain at risk of looking like a powerless minor player
Why a nation’s productivity isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ matter
School report: a round-up from the front line in education
Julian Thomas is living the dream at Wellington College
The value of off days: Is using a phone at school that bad?
You can conquer America – if you’re brilliant, rich and super-organised
Ysenda Maxtone Graham
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Build a bonfire, build a bonfire, put Melissa on the top?
The Harvey Weinstein scandal threatens to engulf Hollywood
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Did Buffy the Vampire Slayer invent this irritating phrase?
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