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Johnson Brexit letters 'may be in contempt of parliament'

Prime minister faces possible legal action over his two letters to the EU - one relaying request to extend Brexit process and the other advising against it

Home Office to pay £25,000 in damages for unlawful deportation attempt

Exclusive: Court rules department acted ‘disingenuously’ in rejecting its own finding that Polish man was victim of criminal exploitation in order to pursue his deportation

Radcliffe man charged with murder of one-year-old baby girl

Officers responded to reports of injured child in Radcliffe on Wednesday

Nigel Farage pleads with Eurosceptics to reject Boris Johnson's deal

Brexit Party leader says his party will 'stand against' Tories who back 'appalling' deal

Extinction Rebellion to spray paint city amid anger over Tube protest

Arrests soar to more than 1,700 as protesters blockade Oxford Circus