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A mother shows the bruises from her "aggressive and angry" six-year-old son in the campaign for a special licence to use medicinal cannabis to treat his epilepsy.
An Equalities Select Committee report finds only 2% to 8% of fathers take up parental leave rights.
Facebook CEO urged to appear before MPs over claims about the use of data by Cambridge Analytica.
Local Government Secretary Alun Davies says the sector cannot carry on as it is.
Consumer price inflation falls from 3% as fuel prices fall and food costs rise more slowly.
Many fathers want to share childcare but fear asking for flexible work, says report.
A Scottish Conservative MP made the comment after Brexit negotiators hailed a "decisive step".
Labour leader says UK must still deal with Russia despite "all fingers" pointing to it over spy attack.
Academics and charity bosses urge Scottish ministers to undertake trials to ensure "modern democracy".
An outside figure will lead the probe into the conduct of MPs following recent BBC revelations.
Sir Kevin Barron, John Healey and Sarah Champion won a defamation case over comments made by Jane Collins MEP.
The firm is accused of misusing the personal data of 50 million Facebook members, which it denies.
The BBC says Newsnight didn't alter the Labour leader's hat to make him look "more Russian".
Politicians are heaping criticism on Facebook over the way data on 50 million users was grabbed
The Tories were the biggest spenders - but the teaching union spent £326,306 ahead of the 2017 vote.
The UK decides not to extend its restrictions on Croatians being able to work.
Welsh Secretary under Margaret Thatcher for eight years, he spearheaded Cardiff Bay's redevelopment.
Labour’s sign language video proves to be a disappointment for many deaf viewers.
MPs are debating a petition calling for all people with cystic fibrosis to be given the life-changing, but very expensive, drug.
The resignations come ahead of the expected appointment of Jennie Formby as new general secretary.
A proposed ban on shock collars in England is a "rotten, illiberal and life-ruining and life-decreasing law" says Quentin Letts.
The EU and UK have not reached agreement on the Irish border despite progress on other issues.
Brexit could change the way the EU responds to a Salisbury-style attack in the UK, says Ireland's ambassador to the UK.
David Davis is holding talks in Brussels to finalise a deal on the Brexit transition period.
A toe-curling clip of an interview with now Baroness Janet Fookes has been watched by almost a million people.
The Gambling Commission says a cut to the maximum stake would reduce risks to vulnerable consumers.
International team has been asked by the UK to verify the nerve agent used in the Salisbury attack.
Warning that Northamptonshire is not the only local authority facing a financial crisis.
MPs say there is an 'overwhelming case' to reduce the maximum bet on fixed-odds betting terminals.
A committee asks more questions over the alleged access of millions of Facebook profiles without consent.
A Brexit committee report says it's "difficult to see "how trade deals can be negotiated in time.
The UK foreign secretary also dismisses claims the substance may have come from a UK laboratory.
Transport Minister Humza Yousaf and Labour MSP Anas Sarwar speak out about the abuse they and others are facing.
The Labour Party were expected to rubber stamp their support for transgender women to be included on all women shortlists.
Boris Johnson played tennis with the wife of an ex-Russian minister in return for a donation to Conservatives.
Foreign Secretary confirms game with ex-Russian minister's wife happened but warns against "miasma of suspicion".
The shadow chancellor confirms Labour's position on spy poisoning, following criticism of Jeremy Corbyn.
Former opponents warn of 'enormous gap' in centre ground of politics in the UK.
Comments by Russia's ambassador to the EU are dismissed as "nonsense" by the Foreign Office.
The Scottish Labour leader made the comments a day after a Labour councillor was suspended over Islamophobic comments.
Prime Minister Theresa May says Russia is in "flagrant breach" of the law after the UK spy poisoning.
Russia's counter-sanctions were handed to Britain's ambassador in Moscow Laurie Bristow.
Co-convener Maggie Chapman uses her conference speech to highlight the party's achievements.
Russia is behind the attempted murder of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury, the PM believes.
It also closes the British Council in Russia - amid tensions over the nerve agent attack on an ex-spy.
Figures from 450 academies suggest looming insolvency, says a report.
Rokhsana Fiaz will replace Sir Robin Wales as the Labour candidate for elected mayor of Newham.
Brexit Secretary to begin talks with Michel Barnier on Monday as EU leaders prepare for summit.
Labour MP speaks out after figures show big rise in cyclist deaths and serious injuries.
Senior religious and humanist figures publish an open letter encouraging the government not to drop the cap promised in the 2017 Conservative manifesto.
Jean-Claude Juncker's former chief of staff has been promoted to head of the EU's civil service.
Rogue agents and terrorists could have got hold the nerve agent that poisoned a former Russian spy in Salisbury, says a former Kremlin adviser.
Northamptonshire's seven MPs say the county council must be abolished following a government report.
Cliff Jordan says he has a "30% chance" of keeping his role after criticising MPs in Norfolk.
Reuniting children with their families is the "right thing to do", the SNP's Angus MacNeil says.
Talk of long queues is unfounded, transport secretary says, as goods will continue to flow seamlessly.
The alliance's head says the UK is "not alone", as police say 131 people may have been exposed to the nerve agent.
Paul Golding - along with the group's deputy leader - was jailed for religiously aggravated harassment.
Labour's Jim Dempster admitted making the Islamophobic comment about Transport Secretary Humza Yousaf.
Committee of MPs says time is running out to ensure "soft border" in Ireland before Brexit.
It comes after some of his own MPs joined criticism that his response to the Salisbury attack has not been firm enough.
More victims of child grooming in Telford are coming forward since reports of its scale emerged.
Shadow minister Sir Keir Starmer has backed the Prime Minister in calling out Russia's involvement in the Salisbury attack.
There has been a "trebling" of the number of secondaries in England which have gone into deficit.
The transport secretary says the UK will not "in any circumstances" create a "hard border" at Dover after Brexit.
Brexit secretary winds up visits to more than half EU capitals which he hopes will east talks on post-Brexit trade.
The PM greets a member of the public on a visit to Salisbury where a Russian ex-spy was poisoned.
UKIP's former leader faces criticism for inviting the former English Defence League leader to Parliament.
Relations between the UK and Russia have been going from bad to worse in recent years.
The government is "scaling up" the team identifying ESA underpayments, from 50 to 400 people.
Jeremy Corbyn says the "evidence points towards Russia" but does not go as far as his shadow defence secretary who said Russia was responsible for the Salisbury attack.
Carwyn Jones says the Labour leader "very strongly" condemned the nerve agent attack on an ex-spy.
The PM is being briefed by health experts as Sergei Skripal and his daughter remain critically ill.
Charity Women in Sport says such phrases tell girls from an early age that sport is not for them.
A report says "living within budget constraints is not part of the culture" of Northamptonshire County Council.
Experts say the door was supposed to resist fire for 30 minutes, but only lasted 15 minutes.
The Kremlin attacks Britain's "absolutely irresponsible" position over the case of a poisoned ex-spy.
Shadow defence secretary Nia Griffith says Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman "has to speak for himself".
Scotland's former first minister defends his weekly show on RT and warns against shutting down the station.
The foreign secretary says British people shouldn't be nervous of Russia.
The firm behind Marmite, Pot Noodle and Dove soap chooses Rotterdam over London for its headquarters.
Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar will meet with US President Donald Trump later.
It will be located at Porton Down, whose scientists traced the nerve agent used in Russian spy attack.
The White House says the UK's expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats is a "just response" to an "abhorrent attack".
MSPs are expected to scrap the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act in a vote on Thursday afternoon.
Petrol and diesel cars must be phased out earlier than the 2040 target, four Commons committees say.
Some MPs and lawyers want to ban trial shifts where people are not paid for their work.
The Brexit secretary says his main priority is to secure an agreement on the transition period.
The government's expulsion of 23 embassy officials in response to the Skripal case is explained.
Officials have been locked in epically-long meetings, revising the first draft of the withdrawal treaty.
Foreign Office minister backs decision to expel Russian diplomats over attack on double agent.
Talk of scrapping 1p and 2p coins has been dismissed by the prime minister's spokesman.
The Labour leader's spokesman says there are a "series of possibilities" as to who was behind spy attack.
Telford's MP raises the "distressing cases" of child sex exploitation, where an independent inquiry has been ordered.
Jeremy Corbyn quotes the late Prof Hawkins when he asks about finances and staff numbers in the NHS.
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over the NHS - here are the key bits.
The UK's response to Russia must be guided by the rule of law, support for international agreements and respect for human rights, says Jeremy Corbyn.
Theresa May says the UK is expelling 23 Russian diplomats after it received no reply from Moscow on how a Russian-made nerve agent was used to poison a former spy.
Prof Stephen Hawking spoke out on everything from Brexit to Jeremy Corbyn.
UK calls for urgent meeting of UN Security Council over poisoning of a former Russian double agent in Salisbury.