The Government is expected to set out its response to the report from the Independent Panel on Forestry today.
The panel were set up to consider the future of England's woodlands, following the outcry over the Government's proposals to dispose of publicly-owned woodlands to businesses, communities and charities.
The report urged the Government to put more resources into England's public forests, for all the health and recreation benefits they provided to the public.
It accused ministers of cutting funding for public forests from £20 million to less than £13 million by 2015.
Taunton MP Jeremy Browne has been confirmed as Minister of State at the Home Office. He's leaving his post in the Foreign Office.
There are calls for the Government to do more to help motorists by reducing its share of the cost of a litre of petrol.
The Taxpayers' Alliance say independent retailers in the South West are being unfairly blamed for prices when, in fact, many are struggling to survive
The government has confirmed it's abandoning plans to sell publicly owned woodland. An independent review has come out strongly against the move.
That means Savernake in Wiltshire, the Forest of Dean and Westonbirt in Gloucestershire, as well as Neroche in Somerset won't be sold off.
Ben McBean who served with Taunton-based 40 Commando, lost a leg and an arm in Afghanistan. He could lose his weekly allowance but says he can only get about in constant pain on an artificial limb he had to buy himself. Eli-Louise Wringe has his story.
Maria Miller MP, Minister for Disabled People, says it is important that people who no longer need help have their benefits stopped
A Royal Marine who lost an arm and a leg while serving on the frontline in Afghanistan has criticised government plans on cuts in disability allowance.
Ben McBean, who's from Plymouth, served with Taunton-based 40 Commando. He fears he'll lose his benefits under the plans and says they are 'a joke'.
The government says the new system is fairer and gets the money to those who need it most.