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Britain to compensate Windrush immigrants threatened with deportation

The Government is to make compensation payments to members of the Windrush generation who suffered, Theresa May has announced today.

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Theresa May's Brexit divorce bill could cost billions more than her estimate, warn auditors

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Novichok nerve agent used on Russian spy Sergei Skripal may still be at toxic levels at 9 ‘hotspots’ around Salisbury, Government warns

THE nerve agent used on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal may still be present in toxic levels and nine hotspots around Salisbury. Government scientists think a small amount of the deadly Novichok substance is thought to have been used in liquid form to t

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Brexit: House of Lords defeat Government on EU withdrawal bill

Labour urges prime minister to 'listen to the growing chorus of voices who are urging her to drop her red line'

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The Guardian view on the tax credit ‘rape clause’: a disturbing part of a greater wrong | Editorial

The work and pensions secretary’s shocking remarks on the effects of the measure reflect broader official callousnessA year ago, a repugnant policy now known as the “rape clause” came into force. The government established a two-child cap for child

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Plans to leave customs union after Brexit could be scuppered by House of Lords

The Government is not going to have an easy time getting the EU (Withdrawal) Bill through.

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De La Rue abandons passport appeal

The firm gives up its efforts to challenge government decision over new UK passport manufacture.

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Legal challenge to devolved Brexit bills

The UK government asks the Supreme Court to rule whether the Scottish and Welsh legislation is legal.

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‘National shame’ for government over ‘deportations’ of people here legally

David Lammy told the House of Commons: 'When you lie down with dogs, you get fleas'.

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Enough of the portacabin classrooms and overwhelmed teachers! We must stop overcrowding primary classes and start building more schools

Today is national offer day, which means over 600,000 parents will be hearing about whether their child has got into their preferred choice of primary school. Some will be over-the-moon – the Government estimates that nine out of 10 pupils will secure o

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Grenfell Tower: Government to consult on banning controversial safety testing shortcut that 'puts lives at risk'

Housing secretary considers ending use of 'desktop studies', which have been blamed for dangerous materials being used on buildings

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British Gas price hike a 'slap in the face' to customers, say MPs

Ministers say 'unjustified' decision is 'disappointing' but Labour says government should have done more to prevent it

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Fears new LED street lights cause cancer insomnia, nose bleeds and even miscarriages as council is accused of ‘secret 5G wifi trials’

RESIDENTS are scared new LED street lights are causing insomnia, nose bleeds and miscarriages after a council was accused of running secret government radiation trials. Gateshead council, in the North East, has been forced to debunk conspiracy theories af

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Child amputees get new sport prosthetics fund

A mother's campaign has led to government funding that gives hope to child amputees.

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Government to announce £9m dark web crackdown to tackle paedophiles, drugs and arms dealers

A 'sickening shopping list of services and products are available' online, home secretary will warn

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Thieves rearrange flowers and sweep floor before escaping with oil painting

The two men also left a note of 'hatred', which said: 'Peace in the world. Wars are caused by the government and churches'

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Government violent crime strategy totally ignores impact of police cuts

Home secretary Amber Rudd came under immediate pressure for the omission.

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Fishermen protest over lack of control of UK waters post-Brexit

Protesters accuse the government of "betrayal" over a lack of immediate control of UK waters after Brexit.

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Government to crack down on 'rogue' estate agents

Estate agents will be required to hold a professional qualification and be transparent about fees.

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Religious leaders attack two-child benefit cap, warning women could face choice between abortion or poverty

'The policy is expected to tip an estimated extra 200,000 children into poverty. It also convey's the regrettable message that some children matter less than others, depending on their place in the sibling birth order'

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Salisbury attack: Labour accuses Government of 'playing party politics' by witholding high-level intelligence from Jeremy Corbyn

'The circle of who gets to see very sensitive information is very small because if you leak it or it gets out, people's lives are put at risk,' minister says

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