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17/11/2016

UKIP's group in the European Parliament is accused of misusing more than £400,000 of EU funding. Plans to curb the power of the House of Lords have been dropped.

UKIP is accused of mis-spending European Union funds to boost its domestic campaigns. We hear the latest.

As a parliamentary battle over Brexit looms -- plans to curb the power of the House of Lords have been dropped. The architect of the plans warns that they could be resurrected should the Lords overstep the mark. Baroness Meacher, whose amendment on changes to Tax Credits sparked the review of the Lords tells us that said the upper chamber could consider delaying the process of leaving the European Union.

We're with the Iraqi Army as it makes slow progress on the road into Mosul.

Pressure grows on authorities in Ireland to allow abortions in cases where babies would die soon after birth.

We hear of tension between Theresa May and the Chancellor ahead of next week's Autumn Statement.

And - why Lambrusco is making a comeback.

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Thu 17 Nov 2016 13:00

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