The millionaire former Tory donor Arron Banks has announced a tenfold increase in his planned donation to Ukip – to £1m – after William Hague said he had not heard of him.
The Conservatives have promised to increase the income tax threshold further, something the Liberal Democrats have campaigned supported for years.
As most of the world rallies against the political decision to conduct air strikes against IS, I spoke to an activist in Raqqa living under IS rule. His perspective was a little different
After years of campaigning a new law introduced today makes it easier for families of missing people to declare their loved ones dead
Nigel Farage has tried to embarrass David Cameron on the day of his speech to the Tory conference by announcing that a former donor to the party, who has likened EU membership to a “first-class ticket on the Titanic”, has decided to support Ukip.
Theresa May, who is something of a diffident figure at the best of times, found herself in the odd position yesterday of being feted as the nearest thing to a rock star at the Tory conference.
Gordon Brown has accused David Cameron of setting a “trap” for Scottish voters by trying to dupe them into accepting significant cuts in voting powers for Scottish MPs at Westminster.
The aftermath of the Scottish referendum has increased the importance of the fight for those wanting greater devolved power in Wales.
Day two of the Conservative Party Conference is filled with promises from George Osbourne and a Tory vision for the future.
Conservative party backbenchers will be given a free vote in the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union in the next parliament, George Osborne has said.
Nicola Sturgeon’s Scottish National party is to offer new parents in Scotland a free “baby box” of clothes, nappies and toys, with a built-in mattress allowing the box to be used as a baby’s cot, in an effort to tackle infant poverty rates.
Voting to remain in the European Union on 23 June is “the only hope the left has” of achieving social democratic aims such as fairer trade and tougher action on climate change, leftwing Labour MPs and peers argue in a letter to the Guardian.
The fast food chain McDonald’s has said it is disappointed Labour’s ruling national executive committee decided to bar it from running a stand at the party’s annual conference in Liverpool.