Recent legislation to allow communities to own land for homes has been used to concentrate huge holdings in private hands.
Ukip has been criticised by David Cameron and others for claiming the Brussels terror attacks show the dangers of lax immigration controls and a need to leave the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon has backed away from making significant changes to Scotland’s income tax system, instead unveiling a modest cutin taxes for the better-off.
George Osborne has told MPs he was sorry that Iain Duncan Smith had resigned from government but refused to apologise for attempting to save £4.4bn through changes to disability benefit.
Drowned out by the contentious budget and announcement that all schools will be made to become academies, there's a chance that you may have missed the Government's announcement last week that it was abolishing parent governors.
The front-runners to replace Boris Johnson as mayor of London traded sharp words today, the first official day of the mayoral campaign.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged the prime minister to tell his “great friend” George Osborne to “find something else to do” in the House of Commons, as he tried to turn the civil war at the heart of the government to Labour’s advantage by calling for the chancellor’s head.
David Cameron has been forced to concede that a £4.4bn black hole created by the U-turn over disability benefits will not be filled by further cuts to welfare as he fought to shore up his credibility following the shock resignation of Iain Duncan Smith.
It’s an easy mistake to make. You’ve been away on a silent yoga retreat.
George Osborne is being warned by close political allies that he will need to rebuild his reputation with Tory MPs after watching his second budget in a row run into trouble.
Theresa May has insisted in her first major interview since taking office that there will be no snap general election before 2020. The prime minister told The Andrew Marr Show the country needed a period of stability after the shockwaves of the pro-Brexit vote, and that the UK should be prepared for “difficult times” ahead, despite better-than-expected economic indicators.