UK government warns Oxfam it could withdraw funding
>The British government has threatened to stop funding Oxfam, one of the UK’s largest charities, if it fails to hand over information on aid workers’ alleged use of prostitutes in Haiti.
>Penny Mordaunt, the UK secretary for international development, said on Sunday that the way the charity had handled reports of sexual misconduct by its workers after the 2010 earthquake in Haiti was “shocking” and demonstrated an “absolute absence of leadership”.
>Ms Mordaunt said she expected the charity to provide full details of the allegations at a meeting in London on Monday, warning that the government would stop its £32m in annual funding for Oxfam if the charity failed to do so.
Brexit: Ministers to unveil what EU relationship they want for UK
>Theresa May will deliver a major speech within the next three weeks outlining the future relationship Britain wants to have with the EU.
>Before that, senior ministers are also due to give speeches in a campaign dubbed "the road to Brexit" by No 10.
>Security, the devolution of powers, workers' rights and trade are to be covered.
Snow disrupts UK roads as forecasters warn of icy half-term
>Snow showers caused disruption on the roads on Sunday morning as forecasters warned of a frosty start to the half-term holiday.
>The wintry weather arrived in parts of western England, western Scotland and Northern Ireland overnight, as the Met Office issued warnings for snow and ice across large swathes of the country.
>The North West Motorway Police tweeted that there had already been “numerous reports” of accidents on the roads due to the conditions,Post too long. Click here to view the full text.