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BNP and EDL among far-right groups banned by Facebook

The groups, as well as key members of their leadership, have been banned from both Facebook or Instagram for violating rules around promoting hate and violence

UKIP’s Gerard Batten dismisses Brexit Party as a ‘vehicle’ for Nigel...

Gerard Batten said the former UKIP leader's new venture was a "vehicle for one man" and added: "All you get from Nigel is rhetoric."

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party could win European elections – poll

The former UKIP leader's party is on 27%, ahead of Labour on 22% and the Conservatives on 15%

Employment Support Allowance: Fixing botched benefit reforms could cost £1bn

Hundreds of thousands of claimants who saw their payments combined into the Employment Support Allowance (ESA) were underpaid between 2011 and 2014 to the tune of £340m

Disclosure of criminal records to employers to be looked at

Sajid Javid said the government needs to "look again" at the current system, which could be denying people "a proper chance to turn around"

Amber Rudd keeping ‘door slightly ajar’ on leadership bid to succeed...

Boris Johnson, Dominic Raab, Andrea Leadsom, Sajid Javid and Michael Gove are among the names mentioned as possible runners and riders

Notre-Dame fire raises fears about Palace of Westminster

There is a consensus that action is needed to safeguard the historic building, but there has been years of wrangling over the process and cost

Nancy Pelosi: US-UK trade deal after Brexit is ‘no given’

Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, said the agreement was a model that could not be "bargained away in another agreement"

‘Their first decision was to go on holiday’: EU’s Verhofstadt fears...

European Parliament Brexit co-ordinator Guy Verhofstadt told the European Parliament that the bloc's decision to grant a delay until the end of October risked prolonging the uncertainty

Sajid Javid: Surge in violence has me worried for my children

Mr Javid, who has been in his role since April 2018, called for a dual approach that limits opportunities to commit crime, coupled with early intervention to prevent young people being drawn into it