A clash of stand-in leaders at prime minister’s questions brought some familiar-sounding exchanges on Wednesday as David Lidington and Emily Thornberry jostled over the government’s plans for Brexit.
Senior Tory MPs have begun pushing for a list of regulations affecting companies to tear up after Brexit, even though Theresa May has promised to carry over all EU law into British law.
£3.5 million for arguably the finest defender in the league? A permanent switch suits both parties very nicely.
With Theresa May off in Bahrain painting her Turner prize-losing Brexit red, white and blue, the short straw of standing in for her at prime minister’s questions fell to the leader of the house. It was David Lidington’s bad luck to have found himself up against a forensic Emily Thornberry rather than the haphazard Jeremy Corbyn; it was his misjudgment to come to the house almost totally unprepared.
Theresa May has criticised her civil servants for not speaking their minds, also saying she dislikes officials’ fondness for acronyms, such as the contraction of her concern for “just about managing” families to “Jams”.
Whilst many are still hoping for a miracle at Molineux this year, the real test will come next season for new manager Paul Lambert.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to travel to face Manchester United on Sunday.
Yann M'Vila's proposed move to Sunderland has fallen through.
Sussex hip-hop bluesman Rag’n’Bone Man has been named the Brits critics choice winner for 2017.
MPs have voted by a majority of 373 in favour of a Labour motion calling on the government to set out its Brexit plan and activate article 50 before the end of March next year.
'Was it only a few years ago when the sky seemed to be the limit ? The deals were coming fast and furious, the bonus pot was building nicely, and expenses were a perk. My, how quickly things changed.
Some of the UK's largest lenders are in "advanced" talks to move to Paris, the head of France's financial regulator has said.
The London jobs market is improving after six months of downturn as demand for permanent staff hits a 10-month high, a new study says.