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Seventy seven people who emailed committee are warned details may have been compromised in June attack.
Michael Spurr was given the payment despite jails being branded "unacceptably violent and dangerous".
How the law, politics and practicalities could affect the process of the UK leaving the EU.
The High Court says MI6 and the government need a "fair opportunity" to fight claims made a Libyan dissident.
Kathryn Stone previously served as Northern Ireland's victims commissioner.
Yorkshire-born Baroness Hale is to be the UK Supreme Court's first female president, at the age of 72.
A settled view seems to be emerging on the need for a transitional period after Brexit but questions remain on how long this will take.
Michael Gove says any "implementation period" after the UK leaves the EU must be driven by "pragmatism".
The government's budget deficit grew by more than expected after inflation pushed up its interest bill.
The new Lib Dem leader makes a bid for the "abandoned" middle ground of UK politics.
Labour's share of people's declared voting intentions has not been this strong since 2002.
Air traffic controllers are expected to guide a record 8,800 flights across the UK on Friday.
The fees paid on entry to Wales - from £6.70 to £20 - have long been a source of contention.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove plans to pay farmers for protecting the environment and creating rural jobs.
A group of 14 prisoners - two of whom were children when arrested - face imminent death.
The statistics the government uses to calculate net migration are unreliable, a report says.
Senior bosses failed to act quick enough after claims were made against a councillor, reports say.
Theresa May will also attend commemorations marking centenary of the battle of Passchendaele in Belgium.
British people should have the option to stay within the EU when negotiations end, Vince Cable says.
President George HW Bush said the move would "put the US in the wrong in world opinion".
The life and times of the new Liberal Democrat leader.
Universities Minister Jo Johnson says students should have contracts to protect their rights to teaching hours.
Daily Politics reporter Emma Vardy asked a few politicians what they would getting up to over summer.
A Labour MP is asked about his claims over an alleged cover-up over the number of deaths in the Grenfell Tower fire.
The leader of the Commons provokes laughter with a slip about Jane Austen.
The UK's Brexit secretary says negotiators have made progress in talks in Brussels.
The EU Brexit negotiator calls for legal certainty over citizens' rights in talks with the UK.
Culture secretary "still minded" to ask for in-depth investigation of the bid for Sky by 21st Century Fox.
The transport secretary says a faster Cardiff to Swansea journey will be achieved without "engineering works".
Liam Fox says the UK's rules and laws are already the same as the European Union's
The international trade secretary says the UK could survive without a deal with the EU.
Universities Minister Jo Johnson is going to challenge universities over excessive pay for vice-chancellors.
The 74-year old ex-business secretary is expected to be elected unopposed, succeeding Tim Farron.
David Davis and Michel Barnier will discuss progress in talks on citizen's rights and the Irish border.
MPs often complain about being kept in the dark by government but the lights have literally gone out on them.
Theresa May vows to defend and extend LGBT rights, despite concerns about the pact with the DUP.
David Gauke tells the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg the proposal to raise the state pension age to 68 between 2037 and 2039, seven years earlier than planned, is a "common sense" move.
Lib Dem leader accuses the government of imposing an 'arbitrary cut off date' for a child refugee scheme.
Welsh and Scottish governments claim rules entitle them to extra cash in wake of DUP agreement.
The opposition says it would reduce the financial burden on graduates but not introduce a debt amnesty.
The "divided" government is not able to give the UK the "leadership it desperately needs", says Jeremy Corbyn.
The MP for the Bard's home town is ticked off for "gesticulating in a distinctly eccentric manner".
Jeremy Corbyn says Labour brought in the national minimum wage, and it was opposed by the Conservatives.
UK state pension age increase from 67 to 68 to be brought forward by seven years to 2037, government says
Hannah Bardell of the SNP was showing her support for the women's team ahead of their match with England.
The final PMQs before recess comes with Theresa May seeking to restore order in her cabinet.
The Radio 2 DJ was paid between £2.2m and £2.25m in 2016/2017 according to the BBC's annual report.
The details of those paid more than £150,000 a year will be made public for the first time.
Newly-elected MP Tan Dhesi speaks of his "huge excitement" at becoming the first turban-wearing Sikh voted into Parliament.
Rising employment and falling incomes among the richest has cut the gap between rich and poor, a new report says.
A House of Lords report says the Brexit debate also likely contributed to the collapse of Stormont.
Ministers are urged to raise their game and find ways to protect Welsh interests in the negotiations.
Employers are not being routinely told of conditions when they hire officials, such as lobbying bans.
The back pay bill for carers who sleep overnight at people's homes could be as high as £400m.
Peers say there is a strong case for Scotland having different Brexit arrangements from the rest of the UK in some areas.
The worst offenders are airlines and food delivery apps, the government says.
Labour MPs say the negotiations taking place in Brussels risk being "just another job for the boys".
Labour MP Paul Flynn calls on drug campaigners to use cannabis in Parliament.
The government says senior civil servants have to "play their part" in managing the economy.
A post-Brexit Britain will be looking to secure a range of trade deals outside of Europe.
UK and Australian political proceedings can sometimes get a little heated, or even overheated?
Newsnight's editor assesses why so many people underestimated Labour's vote at the general election.
Inflation rate drops unexpectedly to 2.6% in June, from 2.9% in May, official figures show
The new proposals from government aim to curb the sale of blades to under-18s in England and Wales.
The EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee urges action to ensure UK data protection meets EU standards.
The cabinet must come back after a summer break "ready for serious business", she says.
An extra £1.3bn for schools in England is being taken from other education budgets, Labour says.
Leading health expert says he is "deeply concerned" and austerity may be to blame.
The education secretary says every school in England will gain from a shake-up of how funding is allocated.
Irish foreign minister says technical solutions alone will not solve post-Brexit border problems.
UK Brexit Secretary David Davis says it is time to "get down to business" as talks resume in Brussels.
Schools are being promised an extra £1.3bn - but Labour says there is 'not a penny of new money'
The Conservatives need to continually modernise and stay in touch with people, their ex-leader says.
Lord Mancroft says supporters of the ban show "no interest" in the animals' welfare.
One way to tackle climate change and feed the growing population would be by taxing meat in supermarkets.
How The Smiths, Julie Andrews, Stomzy and Rick Astley appear perhaps involuntarily, in political prose.
The government sets a nine-month countdown to porn ID checks, but is told this seems "unrealistic".
While there is little evidence of abuse, regulator says registration system must be better co-ordinated.
Ministers will be "reminded" that cabinet talks should remain private, Downing Street says.
Lord Falconer calls for the assisted dying law to be "changed with safeguards".
Users face checks before accessing content, with new a regulator overseeing the rules by next April.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling dismisses the claim that HS2 could cost £100bn
Contracts worth £6.6bn are awarded ahead of news on the final HS2 routes to Leeds and Manchester.
The inside story of the day hackers attacked parliament - and how the security team fought back.
Brexit Secretary David Davis is in Brussels for the second round of talks with the EU.
As the second round of Brexit negotiations gets under way, experts give us their top negotiating tips.
Paramedics, firefighters and other state employees are worse off than in 2010, the TUC says.
Tony Blair stands by his criticism of Jeremy Corbyn, despite changing his mind on his chances of being PM.
The chancellor says firms want more clarity about what the future relationship will be with Europe.
The chancellor is asked if a weekly wage of £297 constituted "being overpaid".
The chancellor defends his position after reports he said public sector workers were "overpaid".
Standards watchdog says it is a "dangerous moment" for UK politics and urges leaders to take action.
There were more than 400 acid attacks in England and Wales in the six months up to April 2017.
Brexit Minister Mike Russell wants MSPs from all parties to back the Scottish government's position.
Are new political parties in the UK always doomed to fail?
Tony Blair has said that the UK should rethink its Brexit plan "in the interests of the country".
The former PM says EU leaders would consider changes to the single market to accommodate the UK.
Home Office fined £366,900 for failing to get approval for pay cap-busting salary for Alexis Jay.
Downing Street says Lord Justice Burnett will take over, following the retirement of Lord Thomas.
First Ministers say it is a "naked power-grab" undermining devolution