BBC News - UK Politics 9 January 2018

Theresa May's Cabinet meets as reshuffle continues

More ministers are hired, fired and moved as the government defends Theresa May's changes.

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Theresa May's cabinet: Who's who and how diverse are they?

Who's in Theresa May's new cabinet and how they line up by age, gender, education and views on Brexit.

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Toby Young resigns from university regulator

The columnist says the focus on his controversial comments distracts from Office for Students job.

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Scottish Labour leader predicts election over Brexit deal

Richard Leonard predicts that MPs will reject the final Brexit deal, saying a general election could be needed.

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Wales smacking ban plan goes to public consultation

A new law would remove existing defences to assault and battery that cover physical punishment.

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MSPs: EU Withdrawal Bill 'incompatible with devolution'

Holyrood's constitution committee backs the Scottish government's concerns about the EU Withdrawal Bill.

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BBC 'must act' over gender pay gap, says culture secretary

Culture Secretary Matthew Hancock tells MPs that women at all levels "deserve better".

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Scholarly replies

The replies universities sent to Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris's letter about their Brexit research were more varied than the initial outcry suggested.

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Toby Young: The man behind the tweets

He's stepped down from a new university regulator amid a row over controversial comments on Twitter.

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