Attorney General

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Attorney General Geoffrey Cox says the government must "seek common ground" with Labour for a "swift exit".
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'Yellow vest' group hold sit-in at Attorney General's office

Yellow vest movement

Protesters wearing yellow vests have attempted to storm the Attorney General's office in Westminster amid claims their calls for a meeting over the deaths of three teenage boys have been ignored.

The group included some people who spent the morning at Westminster Magistrates Court where self-styled "yellow vests" protester James Goddard denied harassing pro-Remain MP Anna Soubry.

Footage live-streamed on social media showed supporters sitting in stairwells, shouting on loudspeakers and criticising the police as alarms could be heard ringing out.

They then knocked on an office door within the building, shouting: "Hello, the little people are here."

The protest relates to the case of Jaynesh Chudasama, who was jailed last year over the deaths by dangerous driving of three boys as they walked to a 16th birthday party.

Harry Rice, George Wilkinson and Josh McGuinness
Family handout

He was more than two-and-a-half times the legal limit for alcohol and doing 71mph on a 60mph road in Hayes, when he ploughed into the teenagers, sending them flying through the air.

Chudasama, of Hayes, who also had traces of cannabis in his system, pleaded guilty to causing the death by dangerous driving of semi-professional footballer Harry Rice, 17, apprentice electrician George Wilkinson, 16, and labourer Josh McGuinness, 16.

He subsequently had his 13-year prison term cut to 10-and-a-half years by three judges at the Court of Appeal in London.

Sounds of a dramatic Commons day

May's Brexit deal is defeated
For a second time, Theresa May's EU withdrawal agreement went down to a devastating defeat with 75 Conservative MPs rebelling. 

The Prime Minister struggled with the twin challenges of a party in revolt AND a bad throat.

Mandy Baker fashioned a dramatic Commons day into just over a minute of memorable moments.

If you want to hear more, tune in at 11.30pm for Today in Parliament on BBC Radio 4.