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Oxfam loses 7,000 donors since sexual exploitation scandal

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MPs tell boss Mark Goldring that charity treated vulnerable women in Haiti ‘like trinkets’

Parents lose legal fight to keep Liverpool toddler on life support

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High court rules in favour of doctors who said continuing to treat Alfie Evans was ‘inhumane’

Queen makes surprise appearance at London fashion week

Monarch watches Richard Quinn’s show and then presents him with British design award

Mordaunt accuses Oxfam of 'complete betrayal of trust' over Haiti scandal – Politics live

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Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including David Davis’s Brexit speech and Oxfam giving evidence to MPs about the Haiti sex scandal

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70,000 students call for compensation over UCU lecturer strike

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Petitions demand pay-back for lost classes as university union nears action over pension plans

Ombudsman: teenager's death in Wandsworth prison 'appalling'

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Osvaldas Pagirys, 18, was arrested for stealing sweets, and found hanging unconscious three months later

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Airlines sound alarm over 'blank cheque' for Heathrow third runway

Bosses from British Airways, Virgin and easyJet urge MPs to secure pledge on cost before vote

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Westminster deputy leader refers himself to monitoring officer

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Robert Davis’s decision comes after Guardian reveals he was entertained more than 500 times in three years

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Farmers tell Gove: lack of migrant workers now 'mission critical'

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Leading Brexiter admits supply of labour from EU27 falling so ‘we’ll need to look further afield’

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Bristol FGM trial hears girl, 6, may have been burned with knitting needle

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Consultant examined child after her father allegedly admitted she had undergone ‘small’ procedure

Woman who left abusive note on ambulance admits public order offence

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Kirsty Sharman, 26, fined £120 over ‘absolutely despicable incident’ in Stoke-on-Trent

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KFC was warned about switching UK delivery contractor, union says

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GMB union says it expressed doubts about DHL’s ability to run operation from single warehouse

Murdoch promises to run Sky News for 10 years for Fox takeover deal

Tycoon makes offers to allay media monopoly fears and ease through 21st Century Fox deal

Campaigners call for 'upskirting' law for England and Wales

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Ministry of Justice says legislation around the issue is under ‘constant review’

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Supreme court begins hearing plumber's employment case

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Ruling in Pimlico Plumbers case will set precedent for other gig economy disputes such as Uber

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Brexit 'will not change kind of country Britain is', vows David Davis

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Brexit secretary’s speech plays down bonfire of EU red tape and echoes recent remarks by chancellor

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Damian Green: I wasn't inappropriate to Kate Maltby

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Former secretary of state tells Today programme comments to journalist were ‘a joke’ in first interview after being sacked

Amber Rudd hints Isis 'Beatles' could be returned to UK

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Home secretary refuses to echo defence secretary, who ruled out bringing Isis fighters back for trial

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William Hill fined £6.2m by Gambling Commission

Firm handed big fine over failure to spot problem gambling and prevent money laundering

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'Tories' approach to Brexit, if anything, is less clear,' Corbyn to tell business

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Labour leader’s speech a strong hint his party will accept close regulatory alignment with EU

Monday, Feb 19

David Davis: Brexit will not plunge Britain into 'Mad Max dystopia'

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Secretary for exiting EU to say in speech that fears of a race to the bottom are unfounded

May admits education is failing children but offers no extra cash

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PM criticised for ‘moving deckchairs on a sinking ship’ with overhaul of post-18 funding

Barry Bennell branded ‘sheer evil’ as he is sentenced to 30 years

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Judge describes former youth football coach as ‘devil incarnate’ for child sexual abuse

Theresa May speaking in Derby about tuition fees plan - politics as it happened

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Follow the day’s political developments as they happened, including the prime minister’s speech as she launched a review of post-18 education

Sunday, Feb 18

Baftas 2018: Three Billboards wins best film and dancing fish-men – as it happened

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It’s Shape of Water v Three Billboards v Darkest Hour as the British film establishment gets together for its big awards night

May warns universities over high cost of tuition fees

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PM’s proposal to cut charges for courses including humanities is branded unworkable by critics

Met police spy has long-term relationship with activist after quitting covert role

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Ex-undercover officer Christine Green has been living with campaigner for more than a decade after leaving secret squad

Brendan Cox resigns from charities amid sexual assault claims

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Husband of murdered MP denies allegations but admits ‘mistakes’ while at Save the Children

Saturday, Feb 17

Exclusive: shock figures reveal crisis state of prisons in England and Wales

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Observer analysis of inspection reports shows two in five jails are unsafe and inadequate conditions prevail in over two-thirds

Neil Kinnock warns Jeremy Corbyn: ‘Stop Brexit to save the NHS’

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As 20,000 Labour members protest at party stance on Brexit, former leader adds pressure to resist leaving EU

Revealed: rightwing groups plot to ditch EU safety standards on food and drugs

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‘Ideal’ UK-US trade deal would see banned products sold in post-Brexit Britain, says accidentally released memo

Theresa May wants new security treaty with EU next year

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British PM seeks treaty on post-Brexit military, intelligence and counter-terrorism cooperation

Friday, Feb 16

Scotland Yard blocks retirement of officer over Sean Rigg death

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Met rescinds request to retire before disciplinary action can be taken over death in police van

Oxfam chief accuses critics of 'gunning' for charity over Haiti sex scandal claims

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Mark Goldring admits organisation’s failings but says ‘scale and intensity’ of criticism is disproportionate

Council plans free school meals all year to tackle 'holiday hunger'

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North Lanarkshire proposal comes as teachers report seeing more malnourished pupils

Home ownership among young adults has 'collapsed', study finds

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Chances of owning home in UK have more than halved in 20 years, Institute for Fiscal Studies says