BBC News - UK 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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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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National Action: Six in court on terror group charges

Five men and a woman are charged with belonging to the far-right group National Action.

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Grenfell firefighters to run marathon

Nine firefighters have set themselves a target of £10,000 to help children affected by the fire.

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Football Association adopts 'Rooney Rule' as Martin Glenn outlines 2018 plans

The Football Association outlines measures to increase BAME positions and introduces new whistleblowing procedures.

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Teesside and South Yorkshire targeted in trafficking raids

Police say young women were raped at residential addresses by multiple men.

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Just Eat criticised over service charge

The take-away food app has imposed a 50p service charge days ahead of a ban on card payment fees.

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Royal Wedding: Windsor council leader defends 'begging' comments

Council leader Simon Dudley said he was referring to anti-social behaviour not homelessness.

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Storm Eleanor leaves 'tidal wave of waste' in Cornwall

Volunteer beach cleaners face a mammoth task removing rubbish from around Cornwall.

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Barry Bennell: Ex-coach had 'unfettered access' to boys

Boys dreaming of a life in professional football were abused by coach Barry Bennell, a jury is told.

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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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Taggart star's Askit questions over mother's death

Alex Norton believes his mother's death at the age of 39 was linked to the once popular Askit Powders.

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Jac Holmes: Mother describes 'fearless' son killed in Syria

The body of Angie Blannin's son Jac Holmes is due to be repatriated to the UK.

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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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Girl barred from football team 'wants to play with friends'

Lucy Bunn lives within five miles of her team's training site, but not the home pitch so she cannot play.

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Golden eagle lands on Ton Pentre woman's windowsill

A woman publishes pictures of the huge bird on Facebook and says its owner has been found.

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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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How universities reacted to that Brexit letter

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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