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Hilary Benn claims Vladimir Putin would see Brexit as a sign of "weakness" - but "leave" campaigners accuse of him resorting to scare tactics.
MPs send Theresa May back to the drawing board
Psychiatrist Adam Osborne is struck off the medical register for having a two-year affair with a vulnerable patient.
A senior civil servant admits having a "heated meeting" with the Welsh government team negotiating the price to buy Cardiff airport.
Civil service pensions mutual MyCSP "did not cope" with the workload after it took over administration from Capita in 2014, the National Audit Office has said.
Ministers are to impose a contract on junior doctors in England after a final offer was rejected by the British Medical Association.
Google's UK chief defends the search giant's tax arrangements in a hearing before MPs on the Commons Public Accounts Committee.
The deadline for a deal underpinning Scotland's future finances is pushed back as negotiations continue on the so-called fiscal framework.
A petition calling for Nathan Gill to be removed as UKIP Wales leader has been sent to the party's ruling body.
A new hybrid engine is to be built at Toyota's Deeside factory, securing jobs.
The draft internet monitoring bill has been criticised as "a dragnet approach" and "disproportionate" by former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
Making government a bit more digital
Ministerial minds are turning to what happens after EU referendum
The BBC board's Welsh trustee should be removed as part of a management shakeup, an influential committee of MPs recommends.
The party's troubled relationship with the nuclear weapons it created
Labour's local government spokesman acknowledges he "made a slip" when he suggested Tunbridge Wells was in Surrey rather than Kent.
Does the UK want different things from Europe?
The system of 'English Votes for English Laws' is too complicated and may not last long due its lack of support, a committee of MPs warns.
Vice-chancellors at UK universities receive average salary packages of £272,000 a year, the University and College Union says.
The closure of Scotland's only female prison will begin this summer, Justice Secretary Michael Matheson is expected to announce later.