BBC News - Politics Heathrow expansion decision imminent 2016-10-24T23:09:52.000000Z The government is set to announce later its long-awaited decision on airport expansion, with Heathrow considered the favourite. UKIP contender Bill Etheridge quits leadership race 2016-10-24T23:05:21.000000Z UKIP leadership candidate Bill Etheridge pulls out of the contest, calling rival Paul Nuttall "the only person who can effectively unite our party". Ceta talks: EU and Canada hold out hope for trade deal 2016-10-24T22:18:02.000000Z The European Union and Canada say they remain hopeful for their landmark trade deal Ceta, despite three Belgian regions led by Wallonia blocking it. Aid must provide value for money, says minister Priti Patel 2016-10-24T21:29:43.000000Z Major multinational aid funding may be cut unless it provides better value for money, International Development Secretary Priti Patel says. Calais migrants: Hundreds moved from 'Jungle' camp 2016-10-24T21:17:41.000000Z Almost 2,000 migrants are bussed from the "Jungle" in Calais as the controversial camp is cleared. Calais migrants: 'Several hundred' more child refugees to arrive in UK 2016-10-24T19:45:54.000000Z "Several hundred" more children will arrive in Britain from Calais's "Jungle" camp in the next three weeks, Home Secretary Amber Rudd says. Sturgeon warns May referendum 'not a bluff' 2016-10-24T17:02:24.000000Z First Minister Nicola Sturgeon warns Theresa May she is not "bluffing" over her promise to hold an independence referendum if Scotland's vote against Brexit is "not respected". Government to review 'fixed-odds' gambling machines 2016-10-24T16:26:46.000000Z Ministers announce a review into controversial fixed odds betting terminals to "minimise" the risk of harm from gambling. MP Helen Goodman giggles at question on mating birds and Brexit 2016-10-24T16:22:43.000000Z Labour MP Helen Goodman gets the giggles as she asks a minister about Brexit and birds' mating habits. Tracy Brabin and Robert Courts sworn in as MPs 2016-10-24T16:00:59.000000Z The winners of the by-elections prompted by Jo Cox's death and David Cameron's resignation take their places in the Commons.