BBC News - UK Politics 7 January 2018

May drops planned fox-hunting vote after election 'message'

The PM confirms there will be no vote on repealing current ban as she prepares for cabinet reshuffle.

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Toby Young row: PM 'not impressed' by comments

Theresa May criticises the university watchdog appointee and warns he may not keep his job.

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Northern Forest: Plan to plant 'ribbon of woodland' across England

'Ribbon of woodland' will be planted, but critics say other projects are destroying ancient forests.

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Worboys case: Release of taxi rapist triggers parole review

The way parole is considered is to be examined following the decision to release rapist John Worboys.

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PM to reshuffle cabinet on Monday

The PM says she will make changes to her top team after close ally Damian Green's sacking last month.

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Royal Wedding: Late pub opening hours for Harry and Meghan

Opening hours may be extended on 18 and 19 May for Prince Harry's wedding, the government says.

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Theresa May: Trump will come to the UK

The prime minister is asked about concerns in the US media about Donald Trump's mental health.

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