Britain's 12 Brexit objectives - which are the most important?

Here are the 12 objectives for Britain's Brexit negotiations, as set out in Theresa May's speech at Lancaster House.

Politics 11
Donald Trump

Peaceful Lancaster anti-Trump vigil planned for Dalton Square

People are invited to a vigil to mark the first day of Donald Trump’s Presidency of the United States.

News 7
South Ribble MP Seema Kennedy

MP makes banned list top 10

Politicians know to their cost not to take too much notice of opinion polls.

Offbeat 4
Coun Margaret Pattison.

Morecambe councillor seeks team for dementia football match

A champion of the elderly hopes a football match involving Liverpool firemen will help defy dementia.

News 3
Lancashire Police

How much is Lancashire’s thin blue line worth to you?

The battle goes on to protect frontline policing staff as the public faces a tough choice on how Lancashire’s force is funded.

Crime 37
Joshua Brandwood.

Twitter unites Morecambe councillor and Gary Lineker against Nigel Farage after Berlin attack

A town councillor tweeted his way into a row between Nigel Farage and murdered MP Jo Cox’s widower – thanks to Gary Lineker.

News 10
Christmas messages from all three Bishops of The Church of England in Lancashire

Christmas messages from all three Bishops of The Church of England in Lancashire

The three Bishops of The Church of England in Lancashire have each issued a Christmas message.

Politics 3
Coun David Borrow

Funding plan for social care is ‘rubbish’

Plans to allow local authorities to speed up council tax rises to help bridge the yawning gap in social care services have been described as “pretty rubbish” by the man in charge of Lancashire’s finances.

Health 4
Roger Mace will be the next mayor of Lancaster.

Mace to be mayor of Lancaster

The next mayor of Lancaster has been decided.

News 2
A new Lancaster city councillor was elected in the University and Scotforth Rural ward.

Tiny turnout in Lancaster by-election as Labour retains seat

A new Lancaster city councillor has been elected in a by-election where only seven per cent of the electorate turned out.

News 2
Former councillor Matthew Mann.

Lancaster by-election polls are open

Voters will go to the polls in the University and Scotforth Rural ward today to choose a new Lancaster city councillor.

News 1

Schools in Lancaster and Morecambe face cash crisis, warn teaching unions

Teaching unions in Lancashire have warned that freezing education budgets will have major effects on schools in the Lancaster district.

Education 1
Syrian asylum seekers and local residents held a Syrian People's Cafe at Marsh Community Centre in the summer.

Lancashire praised for role in resettling Syrian refugees

The Government has thanked Lancashire’s local authorities for their role in supporting the resettlement of Syrian refugees across the UK.

Pam Briggs

Overnight new digest - Family of tragic ex-nurse want answers, pensioner dies after being hit with car, and more ex-footballers speak out about 'abuse'

Catch up with all the latest national and regional news with our morning roundup
North West 1
Fire crews were called to Booths at around 8.30pm yesterday evening.

Morning news digest - Fire at Booths, bank robbery arrest and Britain braces itself for coldest night of Autumn

Catch up with all the overnight news from Lancashire and across the country here with our morning roundup.

Part of a former funeral directors empty for 15 years (during the works) and now home to 14 houses.

Empty homes initiative pays off in Lancaster and Morecambe

A scheme aimed at bringing empty homes back into use has paid dividends in the Lancaster district.

News 1
Farage predicts 'seismic shock' at next general election

Overnight news digest - Farage predicts 'seismic shock' at next general election and British Medical journey says no evidence for Vitamin D supplements

Catch up with all the latest overnight news with our morning roundup

News 9
Cat Smith MP.

Lancaster MP Cat Smith Calls for Fair Equitable Life Settlement

Lancaster MP Cat Smith has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer urging him to look again at delivering justice for Equitable Life policyholders.

News 1
Cat Smith.

Lancaster MP Cat Smith welcomes u-turn on ‘pay to stay’ policy

Lancaster Cat Smith has welcomed a government u-turn on ‘pay to stay’ policy that would have hiked local rents by an average of £2,213 a year.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond reads through his Autumn Statement in his office in 11 Downing Street, London

Overnight news digest - Hammond to help workers and NHS labs at 'tipping point'

Catch up with all the latest news with our quick round-up of this morning's headlines

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