Voter distrust of Labour’s use of taxpayers’ money is an existential threat to the party, and members who deny it by claiming the public are against austerity are flying in the face of evidence, according to a pamphlet co-authored by Heidi Alexander, the new shadow health secretary.
Britain’s plans to create new relationship with the European Union could be coordinated with far-reaching EU treaty changes to create an integrated eurozone, the controversial reforming French economics minister has said.
In the face of two days of lurid allegations about David Cameron’s days at Oxford University, Downing Street has maintained an official vow of silence.
Liberal Democrat conference delegates gave Charles Kennedy a two-minute standing ovation on Tuesday after watching an affectionate video tribute to their former leader, who died in June.
Europe’s migration crisis is helping Britain’s campaign to curb or regulate freedom of movement within Europe as it tries to renegotiate the terms of its EU membership, the foreign secretary has said.
Tim Farron will signal that he is prepared to go back into coalition with the Tories as he mounts a firm defence of Nick Clegg’s record in government, in his first party conference address as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Conservative party sources have denied that David Cameron was involved in a bizarre university dining club ritual involving a dead pig’s head.
David Cameron is facing fresh questions from Labour and the SNP over allegations by the former Conservative deputy chairman Lord Ashcroft that the prime minister conspired to mislead the public before the 2010 election about his knowledge of Ashcroft’s non-dom tax status.
The Ulster Unionist party (UUP) has asked for a bridge-building meeting with Jeremy Corbyn over his past support for the Provisional IRA.
Nick Clegg has claimed the Liberal Democrats will be the “comeback kids of British politics” after Jeremy Corbyn’s election as Labour leader.
John McDonnell has accused members of Labour’s national executive committee of attempting to rig the leadership contest by changing the rules to prevent more than 130,000 new members from voting.
Theresa May’s appointment of her former aides Fiona Hill and Nick Timothy as joint chiefs of staff is a remarkable turnaround since both left the government after clashes with David Cameron’s Downing Street.