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Cabinet reshuffle: Ministers braced as Johnson mulls changes to top team

Senior ministers are bracing themselves for Boris Johnson’s first major cabinet reshuffle since the Conservatives’ general election victory. The PM will make a number of changes over the next 24 hours although it is unclear how wide-ranging they will be. Attorney General Geoffrey Cox said he would be “uncomplaining” if, as some expect, he is sacked or moved. Defence Secretary …

Labour Party sees surge in membership amid leadership race

Labour has experienced a surge in membership since the general election, BBC Two’s Newsnight has learned. Constituency Labour parties (CLPs) have reported rises in local membership amid the ongoing leadership race, in which members will vote from 21 February. In Hammersmith, west London, the CLP has seen a 32% increase while in Bury North numbers have gone up by 26%. …

Young farmers losing route into industry, says Plaid Cymru

Young farmers are losing one of their few routes into the industry, Plaid Cymru has warned. Land held by local authorities has reduced by 10% in eight years, analysis of Welsh Government figures shows. For more than a century, councils have rented agricultural land to new and young farmers, which provides a “step on the ladder”. Councils said they face …

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