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  1. Recalling the changing policies over the length of time people can be held under pre-charge detention legislation. View the full article
  2. Jane Merrick on why she decided to go public with her allegations about Michael Fallon, her fear of being blacklisted, and why she did not speak our earlier. View the full article
  3. Labour accuses the government of "a waste of taxpayers' money" over plans to consult on a cap. View the full article
  4. The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has laid out his thoughts on Britain's role in the fight against global terrorism. View the full article
  5. Dame Margaret Hodge wrongly used parliamentary facilities as part of her review of London's Garden Bridge project. View the full article
  6. The transport secretary said he was optimistic about a deal to allow trade talks to get the go-ahead next week. View the full article
  7. The UK disagrees with Donald Trump's Israel intervention, which Labour denounces as "reckless". View the full article
  8. The Electoral Commission is investigating Labour-backing Momentum over spending at the 2017 election. View the full article
  9. Britons who join so-called Islamic State should not be allowed back to UK, says defence secretary. View the full article
  10. Leo Varadkar says Theresa May plans to suggest new Brexit offer on Irish border by end of the day. View the full article
  11. The DUP says there is "work to be done" and the Irish PM says the UK may put a plan forward later. View the full article
  12. Nurses and doctors fear patients are being put at risk after numbers waiting over four hours rise by 120%. View the full article
  13. Stanley Johnson emerges from 'I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!' and asks after his son. View the full article
  14. Lord Bassam is to stand down in New Year amid scrutiny of his travel claims. View the full article
  15. The strange case of the Brexit papers

    Brexit Secretary David Davis had previously said the government had done 57 studies on 85% of the UK economy about the impact of Brexit. View the full article
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