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

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Was Theresa May responsible for the decision to destroy Windrush generation immigrants' landing cards?

The Government is on the back foot over its handling of the cases of Windrush generation immigrants, with much of the row focusing on the destruction of the landing cards that were filled in when people entered the UK.

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If Nigel Farage thinks Britain, not Germany, lost the war and Brexit has 'restored national pride', who does that make him?

Nick Clegg has launched his 'anger management' podcast series, and it involves sitting in a tiny room with Nigel Farage on a very hot day

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The Windrush generation and a hostile Home Office – Politics Weekly podcast

Pippa Crerar is joined by Amelia Gentleman, Sonia Sodha, Colin Yeo and Sarah Teather to discuss the government’s chaotic response to reports of Carribean people who had come to the UK as children in the 1950s and 60s being denied their rights. Plus Libb

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Treasury Committee to examine why HMRC refused to assist French probe into Lycamobile

According to the Electoral Commission's donation database, the company frequently donated to the Conservatives until 2016 and in that year alone handed the party over £600,000 in cash and auction prizes

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Local elections 2018: Which ward am I in? Find out everything you need to know before voting day

If the prospect of returning to the ballot box yet again leaves you feeling like Brenda from Bristol, here's everything you need to know to put your mind at rest

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Enoch Powell immigration speech seen by Zephaniah and pupils

Reaction from poet Benjamin Zephaniah, who grew up in Birmingham, and students from Wolverhampton, which was represented in the Commons by Enoch Powell.

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Nigel Farage admits two of his children have German passports

Former Ukip leader's offspring to maintain free movement rights after Brexit

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Theresa May's 'hostile environment' policy seen as 'almost reminiscent of Nazi Germany', says former civil service chief

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Amber Rudd under pressure to resign as mother of Windrush citizen blames passport battle for son's death

Dexter Bristol spent the last year of his life trying to prove his immigration status - despite moving to the UK in 1968

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Government loses two House of Lords votes on EU withdrawal bill – as it happened

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments, including Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn at PMQs and peers voting on the EU withdrawal billReport: government suffers Lords defeat on leaving customs unionPMQs - Snap verdictPMQs - Verdict from the Tw

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Councils should be able to confiscate homes from criminal landlords, MPs say

More than 800,000 private rented homes have at least one major hazard, such as mould, vermin infestations and exposed wiring

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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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Theresa May accused of misleading parliament over man denied cancer care due to disputed immigration status

Ms May told the Commons that Albert Thompson would receive the care he needs without the patient having been made aware of the news

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Labour's late general election surge driven by middle-aged centrists, not young Corbynites, study finds

People who switched support to Jeremy Corbyn's party during campaign more likely to be older, Eurosceptic and socially conservative, report says

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Government announces £5.5m boost to end modern slavery in Commonwealth

Forced labour and trafficking affects more than 40 million people across the world, ministers say

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Theresa May will 'live with' Lords defeat on Brexit bill without changing course, says cabinet minister

Exclusive: The senior Conservative told The Independent the wording of a proposed Lords amendment is not 'prescriptive' enough to materially change Brexit

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