Updated : 14/12/2017
 
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Independent
14/12/2017 07:47:22 AM
Theresa May's EU summit marred by embarrassing defeat in Commons
Tory MP Stephen Hammond sacked as vice-chairman after Brexit rebellion
Brexit: Theresa May defeated in critical vote on key EU withdrawal law
MEPs vote against ban on key doner kebab ingredient
European Parliament backs move to next phase of Brexit talks
May refuses to back down ahead of possible Brexit Bill defeat
MPs to receive 1.8% pay rise next April to £77,379 per year
What is Amendment 7 and how does it change Brexit?
Watch the moment Theresa May is defeated by her own MPs in Brexit vote
The 11 Tory rebel MPs who voted against the Government
Foreign nationals 'should be banned from buying up UK housing stock'
Why tonight's clash on Brexit bill is so important
Brexit deal to be made into legally binding treaty before trade talks
Warwick University Conservative Association sack David Davis on air
Davis writes last minute letter to Tory MPs to stop Brexit bill defeat
Ruth Davidson: Scottish Tory leader hints at future Westminster bid
Government defeated in key Brexit vote - here's how it happened
MPs demand close cooperation with Euratom after Brexit
Tory MPs defy party line over single market amendment
Almost half of Britons want Trump's state visit scrapped, poll shows
Tory MP suspended for saying 'real n***** in the woodpile' reinstated
David Davis rushes to repair damage after 'undermining trust' in talks
Tory rebels have ‘enough’ votes to win MPs chance of delaying Brexit
EU sets deadline for UK to decide what kind of trade deal it wants
'Unacceptable': Angry European Parliament chief condemns Davis remarks
Angry EU demands Brexit agreement made legally binding
Gove pledges UK law to recognise animals can 'feel pain and suffering'
Clive Lewis MP cleared of sexual harassment by Labour Party probe
Theresa May unveils new climate change policies to build reputation
Boris Johnson had 'worthwhile' meetings with Iran over jailed mother
Corbyn calls for Brexit to be delayed if it allows for 'better deal'
Tory voters 'want UK to take leading role in promoting human rights'
John McDonnell: Parliament could hold sessions outside London
May to ‘look at’ amendment that could delay Brexit with no trade deal
David Davis: I don't have to be clever to do my job
BBC Politics
14/12/2017 07:47:15 AM
May heads to Brussels after EU vote loss
Total silence - then disbelief
Video Rebel MP 'doing duty'
Brexit transition deal 'urgent'
Video The moment defeat was announced
Debate over property tax 'welcome'
Prime Minister's Questions: The verdict
MP fears being pushed off a Tube platform
What's it like to work for a political leader in your twenties?
DUP mission to keep Christ in Christmas
Dugdale reprimanded over I'm a Celebrity
Labour criticised over MP harassment case
AM barred over 'hateful' Senedd speech
Facebook: Just three Russian Brexit ads
Government defeated on Brexit bill
May 'dancing to EU's tune' over Brexit
Video 1:08 The moment Brexit defeat was announced
Video 1:44 Game over for Brexit?
Video 4:31 'That's where the babies are suffering'
Video 2:54 Helping transitioning transgender people
Video 4:30 Stamp of approval for Brexit?
Video 2:01 Restaurateurs need to be Brexit 'positive'
A good deal for May?
Brexit vote: Total silence - then disbelief
Why MPs are unhappy with David Davis over Brexit planning
Week ahead in Parliament
Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet
Party conferences 2017
Video 1:08 The moment Brexit defeat was announced
Video 1:44 Game over for Brexit?
Video 4:31 'That's where the babies are suffering'
Video 2:54 Helping transitioning transgender people
Video 4:30 Stamp of approval for Brexit?
Video 2:01 Restaurateurs need to be Brexit 'positive'

Politics.co.uk
14/12/2017 07:46:19 AM
Met under pressure as mayor intervenes over migrant rape arrest
Woman reports rape to police - and is arrested on immigration charges
Free at the point of use? NHS employs debt-collectors over 'health tourism'
Govt faces legal fight over Home Office access to NHS patient data
Single parent families could be left 'destitute' as Home Office accesses child maintenance records
Warning over new exclusion threat for disabled people
Single parent families could be left 'destitute' as Home Office accesses child maintenance records
Warning over new exclusion threat for disabled people
Sex worker robbed at knifepoint faces deportation after contacting police
'It's a trap': Home Office accused of biometrics powergrab over Grenfell amnesty
Free at the point of use? NHS employs debt-collectors over 'health tourism'
Govt faces legal fight over Home Office access to NHS patient data
Met under pressure as mayor intervenes over migrant rape arrest
Woman reports rape to police - and is arrested on immigration charges
Rollout of Universal Credit in Grenfell area halted until 2018
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
14/12/2017 07:47:23 AM
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The Last Jedi review: a wisecracking comedy hurtling through space
Did a vodka ban precipitate the Russian Revolution?
Sajid Javid’s strong and stable jibe
Donald Trump’s presidency now looks in danger of capsizing completely
Sadiq Khan should tell Trump the truth about multicultural London
Brexit suggests we’re on the right side of history
The Brexit rebellion is an embarrassment for Theresa May, not a disaster
Ed Sheeran has fallen for the ‘caring’ Corbyn myth
Let’s hear the good news about Brexit more often
The Democrat victory in Alabama is a huge blow for Trump
Sadiq Khan should tell Trump the truth about multicultural London
Why the Tories are wrong to restore the whip to Anne Marie Morris
Toff’s jungle victory shows that millennials are, deep down, conservative
Theresa May tries to calm Eurosceptic nerves over Brexit deal
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Snowflakes are now triggered by the term ‘snowflake’
Brexit suggests we’re on the right side of history
How I’d sex down the weather forecast
For Ronnie Wood, every picture tells a story
Are driverless cars really the future?
Christian Wolmar and Rory Sutherland
Mission impossible? The C of E’s attempt to woo new members
Ysenda Maxtone Graham
How to date without getting sued: Dear Mary’s modern guide
Ruth Davidson on politics, power and a possible move south
James Forsyth and Fraser Nelson
China’s new way to drown out the Christmas message? A sea of tat
Rolling tanks, plastic flowers and madness on parade: A visit to North Korea
The Brexit rebellion is an embarrassment for Theresa May, not a disaster
The government should have listened to the rebels, not tried to crush them
Jeremy Corbyn reveals his inner Blairite
May survives awkward PMQs on homelessness
Why the Conservatives are pushing a green agenda
Donald Trump’s presidency now looks in danger of capsizing completely
How Ruth Davidson plans to become First Minister of Scotland
Spectator Diary 2018
It’s time to rehabilitate Ulysses S. Grant — scorned hero of the Civil War
The time has come for one of the most fascinating and idiosyncratic Renaissance artists
The best way to see India — by train
The history of the Bank of England would make a marvellous musical
Did a vodka ban precipitate the Russian Revolution?
True, dogged likenesses
Time to update our notions of disability and quit with the pity – and Tiny Tim
Showman, con man, family man: P.T. Barnum’s many faces
Pete Waterman on hits, HS2 and gay clubbing
The 280-mile walk that made Bach who he was
A programme for Prosperity Britain
Productivity and exports: mission critical for the UK
Rise of the machines
Our productivity puzzle
The best wines for Christmas 2017
The Last Jedi review: a wisecracking comedy hurtling through space
Cigars: the ultimate gift guide
Best Buys: One year fixed-rate ISAs
Are millennials more frugal than we give them credit for?
Cash in your bitcoins and run
We need to bridge Britain’s productivity gap
We shouldn’t be paying women to breastfeed – the numbers don’t add up
High-intensity exercise ‘delays Parkinson’s’
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Experimental drug ‘could transform sepsis treatment’
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New study reveals the dangers of common painkillers
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Speeding up cancer diagnosis: what’s not to like?
We're heading for a brave bionic future
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Taki: The forgotten heroes of Christmas
Jeremy Clark: Was this a cruise ship — or Colditz?
Melissa Kite: Hell is a porcelain kitchen tile
After many centuries, the triumph of ‘hi’ is complete
It’s all shootin’, fishin’ and trufflin’ when lads and dads go out to play
Dear Mary solves problems for Vince Cable, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Lord Archer and Ruth Davidson
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New Statesman

14/12/2017 07:47:22 AM
Theresa May says Britain leads on climate change, but Tory policy falls far too short
What the MSM isn’t telling you about Jeremy Corbyn’s peace prize
Why is Guy Verhofstadt angry with David Davis? Because Britain has the Brexit strategy of a toddler
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Theresa May says Britain leads on climate change, but Tory policy falls far too short
The refugee crisis in Greece hasn’t gone away and our leaders don’t seem to care
Many white evangelicals stand by Trump because they are more white than evangelical
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The bitcoin boom is a surprise windfall for druggies
Amazon’s Alexa is our robot Social Justice Warrior and we, the libs, have won
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Nigel Farage: the arsonist in exile
Why I hate Giles Coren
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Inside Britain’s container towns – the latest answer to the housing crisis
The New Statesman’s ultimate Christmas lunchbreak guide 2017
The refugee crisis in Greece hasn’t gone away and our leaders don’t seem to care
Tony Blair: There is a “void at the heart” of Labour’s Brexit strategy
The present most doctors want for Christmas is a simple “thank you”
On YouTube, the true crime trend is even more troubling than on TV
Blue Planet II’s environmental message is heartfelt – but it misses the point
On YouTube, the true crime trend is even more troubling than on TV
The next election will be a battle between Corbynism and Brexitism
So the Cat Person short story has made straight men feel uncomfortable. Good
Is the Brexit agreement already starting to come unstuck?
So the Cat Person short story has made straight men feel uncomfortable. Good
Blue Planet II’s environmental message is heartfelt – but it misses the point
Why I hate Giles Coren
Why you should give money directly and unconditionally to homeless people
Building and investing for the future
Theresa May says Britain leads on climate change, but Tory policy falls far too short
What unites David Davis and a toddler?
With inflation running at 3.1 per cent, Brexit is squeezing our living standards