BBC News - Politics Disability benefits: PIPs should be for 'really disabled' 2017-02-26T16:27:25.000000Z A key Theresa May aide is being criticised over his comments defending changes to the PIPs system. Don't give up, Jeremy Corbyn urges Labour 2017-02-26T16:11:26.000000Z Leader says the party must "remain united" following its by-election loss to the Conservatives. Brexit: Heseltine vows to rebel in Lords bill debate 2017-02-26T14:06:09.000000Z Senior Tory Lord Heseltine says he will rebel against ministers when peers debate the Brexit bill. Nigel Farage 'has dinner with Donald Trump' 2017-02-26T12:26:09.000000Z The former UKIP leader posted a photograph of himself at the US president's table on Twitter. Welsh ports could be hit after Brexit, first minister warns 2017-02-26T11:52:12.000000Z Jobs and trade will be lost in Wales if it is easier to move goods into the EU via Northern Ireland than through Welsh ports after Brexit, the first minister says. Nuttall backed to carry on at UKIP 2017-02-26T11:12:55.000000Z Deputy leader Peter Whittle says party "more united than ever" after Stoke defeat. UK terror threat 'at highest since 1970s IRA plots' 2017-02-26T11:04:58.000000Z A UK watchdog says so-called Islamic State plans "indiscriminate attacks on innocent civilians". Give excess Army rations to homeless, says Frank Field MP 2017-02-26T10:12:33.000000Z Thousands of ration packs are thrown away every year, and the numbers are increasing. Scottish Labour's Dugdale pledges to work 'tirelessly' for union 2017-02-25T18:05:32.000000Z Scotland's Labour leader pledges to work "tirelessly" for the union in any independence vote. London Mayor Sadiq Khan 'not accusing SNP of being racists' 2017-02-25T15:04:07.000000Z London Mayor Sadiq Khan insists he was not accusing the SNP of being racists or bigots in a trail of his speech to the Scottish Labour conference.