Voters in Britain’s key marginal seats want tougher action to crack down on tax avoidance and have unimpressed by pledges by political parties to raise billions of pounds from rich individuals and corporations, according to a poll published on Thursday.
Theresa May has insisted that a Conservative government would still seek changes to EU freedom of movement, a day after the European commission chief, Jean-Claude Juncke , ruled out major changes to the rules.
Ukip politician David Coburn has been indefinitely banned from Wikipedia after attempting to alter an article about himself 69 times in six days.
One of my favourite ever Daily Mail think-pieces saw a journalist argue – line by line, and over 1,214 words – with the John Lennon song Imagine. To call the exercise a category mistake doesn’t begin to cover its madness. It’s like watching someone taking issue with a cloud, or doing judo against relativity.
Plans by the Conservatives and Labour for a fresh round of deficit reduction after the general election are being strongly attacked by one of the world’s leading economists who warns that renewed austerity will hold back a still-incomplete recovery.
Ed Miliband will say on Tuesday that Labour’s approach to immigration has changed, and that he offers a “clear, credible and concrete plan on immigration – not false promises”.
David Cameron has said he has no time to “hang out” with the “joke” Russell Brand as he mocked Ed Miliband’s decision to record an interview with the comedian.
The worst form of racism in the UK is hatred of the English by people in Scotland, Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said.
David Cameron criss-crossed the country on Wednesday in a final effort to warn Britain’s voters against rejecting the EU in the historic poll, that will also be read as a referendum on his premiership.
Cristiano Ronaldo reacted angrily after being approached by a television reporter while out walking near Portugal’s hotel in Lyon – grabbing the microphone and throwing it into a lake.
Labour’s Sadiq Khan and the Tories’ Ruth Davidson teamed up to launch a cross-party attack on the Vote Leave figurehead, Boris Johnson, at Wembley on Tuesday night, as the campaigns clashed for the final time in the EU referendum battle.