David Cameron was met with cries of “racist” in the House of Commons as he joined attacks on Labour’s London mayoral candidate after he claimed that Sadiq Khan had links to a supporter of Islamic State.
Conservative election strategists appear increasingly sure that attempting to link Sadiq Khan to radical Muslims will win Zac Goldsmith votes in the London mayoral election on 5 May.
Barack Obama is due to arrive in London on Thursday to enter the debate about Britain’s future in Europe, amid fresh warnings that leaving the European Union would jeopardise the special relationship with the United States.
Labour has rejected Michael Gove’s vision of life outside the EU as “completely ridiculous utopian rubbish” after the justice secretary said Britain could walk away from the EU while retaining free access to European markets.
When Nicola Sturgeon strode across the gravel of Ferguson shipyard on the Clyde, one campaign ritual which has come to symbolise her popularity and dominance of Scottish politics quickly took centre stage: the selfie.
Online harassment and abuse is “stifling debate and ruining lives”, according to Yvette Cooper, who is calling on police and prosecutors to follow the Guardian’s lead in unmasking the true extent of the problem.
Chris Grayling has become the first Conservative cabinet minister to share a platform with Nigel Farage at an anti-EU rally, where he backed the Ukip leader’s chant of “we want our country back”.
Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership campaign suffered a setback on Thursday after an unexpected Court of Appeal victory for the party’s ruling body that will bar thousands of the leader’s supporters from voting.
The chancellor has been told to go further after promising to invest billions of pounds in projects currently funded by the EU after the UK leaves the union.