David Cameron has secured support from all other EU leaders for looser VAT rules that will allow the UK to cancel the tax on women’s sanitary products, British officials have said.
George Osborne risks parliamentary defeat over plans to cut £1.3bn from disability benefits as criticism of the scheme spread across Conservative backbenches.
Sometimes a man’s gotta do what a man’s gotta do.
A team of high-profile Labour backbenchers have organised their own coordinated response to George Osborne’s budget, fearing Jeremy Corbyn and his shadow cabinet would struggle to do so.
The recent education and adoption bill is done and dusted – without much fanfare, as it turned out.
Senator Marco Rubio of Florida announced Tuesday night that he would suspend his bid for the Republican presidential nomination.
Hillary Clinton appeared to sweep the night's Democratic contests, and Donald Trump won four of five GOP primaries.
David Cameron has accused Boris Johnson of “literally making it up” as he goes along, in the latest round of hostilities between the two senior Tories on opposite sides of the EU referendum debate.
Scots could be justified in wanting to leave the UK in the event of Britain voting to leave the EU if there was a heavy vote in Scotland against such a decision, according to Alan Johnson, the leader of the Labour party’s pro-EU campaign.
The Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has called for all-female shortlists to achieve equal representation in parliament and wants to aim for the same in public offices, as part of a series of wide-ranging measures to address the under-representation of women in public life.
The chancellor was a remain campaigner, although someone who had been seen as a Eurosceptic.
It is the dog end of August and the sun is shining in many places. A cue for all sorts of predatory people in the thriving British holiday trades to rip off customers who don’t always have a choice and feel ambushed.