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PMQs: Sherriff and May on railways in northern England
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PMQs: May tells Corbyn to make anti-Semitism apology
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New legal definition of domestic abuse

Domestic abuse bill introduced in Commons
New legislation that creates - for the first time - a wide-ranging legal definition of domestic abuse has started its journey through Parliament.  

What's being described as the "landmark" Domestic Abuse Bill was welcomed by MPs of all parties.

But there were questions about whether the next Prime Minister would be fully committed to it. 

Kristiina Cooper reports. 

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