Iain Duncan Smith displayed an enthusiastic reaction to news of the introduction of a compulsory living wage in the budget on Wednesday.
The government has announced that the BBC will be picking up the tab for over-75s’ free TV licences, this is wrong, and is yet another example of how pensioners seem exempt from spending cuts.
The chancellor may have announced a ‘living wage’ for those over 25, but it falls short of the recommended living wage.
A poll by Survation suggests that fears of a Labour-SNP deal after the election may have had an impact in the election outcome.
He’s a former army captain turned Tory MP who promised his constituents a fresh approach to politics.
The campaign manager for the Labour leadership contender Liz Kendall has accused Yvette Cooper’s campaign team of implying that the party needs a leader with a child, rather than a non-parent such as Kendall.
A new poll by YouGov suggests that Londoners are divided over the top rate of tax.
The youngest MP to stand in the Labour leadership contest - in terms of Westminster experience - may have the edge.
Benefit payments to families living outside Greater London are to be capped at £20,000 a year.
Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet has agreed to back formal peace negotiations between the warring factions of the Labour party to try to prevent all-out war.
There was a time when German political commentators loved to compare Angela Merkel to Margaret Thatcher.
The prime minister can trigger the two-year process of negotiating the UK’s withdrawal from the EU without a vote in parliament, government lawyers have advised.