BBC News - UK Politics 5 March 2018

Theresa May: Young are 'right to be angry' about lack of homes

Theresa May says it is wrong that only those with family support can afford to own their own homes.

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Sinn Féin 'meeting of minds' with EU chief

EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier meets Sinn Féin representatives in Brussels.

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Big thaw leaves thousands without water in parts of UK

Burst water mains are adding to the problems, with households urged to use only what they need.

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Heather Wheeler to resign if rough sleeping gets worse

Heather Wheeler says she will resign if the problem of rough sleeping gets worse while she is in office.

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Theresa May on local plans for new housing (and Brexit)

Theresa May says she wants communities to develop local plans to provide more homes - and, in answer to the BBC's Vicki Young, also tackles Brexit and financial services.

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CPRE Kent director on green belt house building policy

Building more homes in the "overheated" south east of England would give "false hope" but not improve affordability, says the CPRE.

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House of Lords reform with random selection of voters?

The House of Lords should be abolished and replaced with a citizens' chamber of 400 people, says a journalist and author.

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