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    UKIP leader Henry Bolton says his relationship with Jo Marney has been put on hold.

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    Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the government's 25 year plan to end plastic waste is "too long".

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    Toby Young has resigned from the board of a new university regulator.

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    Former Conservative leader Michael Howard says Theresa May is in a good position.

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    The prime minister announces she has dropped plans to hold a vote on the fox hunting ban during this parliament.

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    The Prime Minster says she knows hospital problems are "disappointing" and "frustrating" for people.

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    The health secretary says he would like the NHS to have a "longer time horizon".

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    The decision, however, will remain on hold pending any review from the Supreme Court.

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    Conservative MP Robert Halfon says his staff found someone asleep under the desks in their office in Parliament's basement.

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