BBC News - UK Politics 4 January 2018

Post-Brexit farming funding set out by Michael Gove

Farmers are to receive payments for "public goods", such as planting meadows, instead of subsidies.

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Brexit will make Jeremy Corbyn's job harder - Tony Blair

The former prime minister urges Labour's leader not to follow the Conservatives' course on Brexit.

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton in relationship with 25-year-old model

Henry Bolton denied a "clandestine affair" with UKIP member Jo Marney

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Royal wedding: Theresa May wades into Windsor begging row

A call to crack down on begging in Windsor ahead of the royal wedding has been widely criticised.

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Claim Trump aide warned of UK spying absurd, says Tony Blair

Ex-PM rejects book claims he shared rumours that UK intelligence had campaign under surveillance.

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Theresa May sorry for NHS difficulties

The Prime Minster says she knows hospital problems are "disappointing" and "frustrating" for people.

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In full: John Pienaar interviews Blair on Brexit

Former Labour PM Tony Blair tells the BBC why he believes the UK should get another say on Brexit.

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How Corbyn joined Labour's leadership race

Reporter Mark Lobel tells the story of a bid which so nearly fell at the first hurdle.

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