BBC News - UK Politics 21 January 2018

UKIP leader Henry Bolton hits out at national executive committee

Henry Bolton says the party's ruling committee has no right to judge him, ahead of a confidence vote.

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PM to stop private sector 'pension abuse'

Theresa May says the government will stamp out abuses of workers' pensions in failing companies.

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CBI calls for UK to remain in a customs union with EU

A post-Brexit customs union is best for economic growth, the CBI's director general says.

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Blue badge scheme could be extended to cover autism and dementia

People in England with hidden disabilities, such as autism and dementia, could qualify.

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UKIP leader Henry Bolton 'not standing down'

UKIP Leader Henry Bolton has faced repeated calls to quit over offensive texts sent by his former girlfriend.

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Brexit: Adonis and Rees-Mogg go head to head

Sarah Smith discusses the extent to which the House of Lords can block Brexit - or at least amend the related legidlation - with the leading Brexit campaigner Jacob Rees-Mogg MP and ardent pro-EU peer Lord Adonis.

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French President says Donald Trump is not a 'classical politician'

France's president criticises Donald Trump's crude comment about African countries, in a BBC interview.

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