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18/06/2018

6/18/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:28:08

15/06/2018

6/15/2018
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Mark D'Arcy reports from Westminster, where plans to create a new criminal offence of 'up-skirting' and proposals to reduce the use of force in mental health units are delayed.

Duration:00:24:46

14/06/2018

6/14/2018
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Sean Curran reports from Westminster where Rolls Royce workers facing job losses are promised help and the SNP attacks the Scottish Secretary over devolution and Brexit. The row over what say Parliament will have over any Brexit deal rumbles on as MPs react to the UK's exclusion from the European satellite-navigation system, Galileo. And MPs wish England good luck in the World Cup but express concerns over the safety of British supporters.

Duration:00:28:04

13/06/2018

6/13/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:28:23

12/06/2018

6/12/2018
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All the news from Westminster with Sean Curran. Where the government sees off a rebellion on its key Brexit legislation - the EU Withdrawal Bill. Also on the programme a leading Brexiteer denies trying to control democracy. And a committee hears calls for age limits on the sale of energy drinks.

Duration:00:28:32

11/06/2018

6/11/2018
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Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where Theresa May describes the G7 summit as "difficult", with "strong disagreements" between the US president and other world leaders. The Housing Secretary, James Brokenshire, says 43 households from Grenfell Tower are still living in hotels as the first anniversary of the fire approaches. And the Government urges all parties in the conflict in Yemen to show restraint after reports of an imminent attack on a strategic port through which most of...

Duration:00:28:05

08/06/2018

6/8/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:24:55

07/06/2018

6/7/2018
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Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where there were renewed calls to change Northern Ireland's abortion laws. Plus complaints about a Brexit campaigner who won't speak to MPs.

Duration:00:28:20

06/06/2018

6/6/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:28:19

05/06/2018

6/5/2018
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MPs react to news that Heathrow expansion has finally got Cabinet approval. Susan Hulme follows the exchanges in the Commons. Also on the programme: * An often heated debate over changing the law on abortion in Northern Ireland. * Clare Short speaks out about the scandal of sexual exploitation in the charitable sector. * MPs return to discussing Sky Television's future. * Bosses of the Channel Ports voice fears over what Brexit might mean for their areas.

Duration:00:28:12

04/06/2018

6/4/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:28:27

25/05/2018

5/25/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:24:47

24/05/2018

5/24/2018
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Susan Hulme reports from Westminster where, as Marks and Spencer announces plans to close 100 shops, MPs fear other shops will follow suit. Plus, no diary date for the EU Bill.

Duration:00:28:29

23/05/2018

5/23/2018
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Sean Curran with all the news from Westminster where officials warn one of the Government's options for customs arrangements after Brexit could cost businesses up to £20 billion. MPs clash over the use of stop and search powers by police. There are angry exchanges between Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn over the use of private firms in the NHS in England. And peers press the Government to do more to re-establish a power-sharing government in Northern Ireland.

Duration:00:28:24

22/05/2018

5/22/2018
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MPs press the Environment Secretary Michael Gove over his plans to reduce pollution in towns and cities. Susan Hulme reports from the Commons. Also on the programme: * MPs observe a minute's silence in memory of those who died a year ago in the suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena. * A Home Office Minister struggles with her answers to questions over passport regulations in Northern Ireland. * Are iPhones and tablets damaging the health of young people? * The Commons hears more pleas...

Duration:00:28:03

21/05/2018

5/21/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:28:14

18/05/2018

5/18/2018
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News from Westminster.

Duration:00:24:39