Nicola Sturgeon is warning that there will be an “unstoppable clamour” for a second Scottish independence referendum if Scotland is taken out of the EU against its will.
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Shirley Williams, the founding member of the Social Democratic party, has backed former care minister Norman Lamb to replace Nick Clegg as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
People voted for a Conservative majority government partly because they did not want the “mess” of coalition or other deals, Margaret Beckett, the former foreign secretary and head of Labour’s election defeat taskforce, has said.
Labour will need to gain at least 106 seats in 2020 to secure a majority, after taking account of the forthcoming boundary changes, according to a thinktank analysis of the consequences of the party’s election defeat.
David Cameron appears to have sidelined his home secretary, Theresa May, by appointing Oliver Letwin to run the Whitehall home affairs committee and taking personal control of taskforces relating to immigration and extremism.
With just one MP rather than the eighty or so they would have gotten under a proportional system, can Nigel Farage's party make a difference?
Labour leadership hopeful Yvette Cooper has attacked some of her colleagues for “swallowing the Tory manifesto” in what will be seen as an attack particularly on Liz Kendall, her rival for the top job in the party.
The Ukip leader, Nigel Farage, got the tone of his comments “wrong on so many levels” when he spoke about wanting to ban foreigners with HIV from Britain, Douglas Carswell, the party’s only MP, has said.
Nicola Sturgeon is hoping to introduce herself to the American public with an appearance on the Daily Show as part of her visit to the US in June.
Be careful what you wish for. So explains the Brexiteer and Sun columnist Kelvin MacKenzie on why, four days on, he has buyer’s remorse over his vote to leave.
David Cameron has said that the government will not rush into negotiations to leave the European Union or be dictated to as to its terms, telling parliament the decision was “for Britain, and Britain alone, to take”.
Britain will have a new prime minister by 2 September, after the executive of the Conservative party’s backbench 1922 Committee set a tighter than expected timetable for selecting a new leader.