Anyone who watched Jeremy Corbyn’s rambling, and rather second-rate, EU speech will have wondered how he became Labour leader.
George Osborne has issued a stark warning that mortgage rates will rise if Britain leaves the European Union.
Sadiq Khan, the Labour candidate for London mayor, has said there is “a question to be asked” about why some Muslim women in the capital wear hijabs and niqabs.
Leaving the European Union could leave the UK exposed to economic conditions comparable to those before the global financial crash of 2008, Alistair Darling, the Labour former chancellor, will claim on Friday.
Wealthy people are getting away with tax evasion because of a failure by HMRC to devise a strategy to deal with fraud, parliament’s spending watchdog has concluded.
Bob Satchwell, executive director of the Society of Editors, said the decision of newspapers not to publish the story about John Whittingdale’s relationship with a sex worker showed how much the industry had changed since the days of sexual exposés about ministers such as David Mellor.
The white paper setting out the government’s plans for schools in England has caused a stir – and not just from the usual suspects.
Another day, another Old Etonian.
Jeremy Corbyn has mocked David Cameron by saying that he has paid more tax than companies well known to friends of the prime minister – an apparent reference to the wallpaper firm established by the chancellor’s father.
The Electoral Commission has announced that Vote Leave has been designated as the official lead campaign urging Britain to leave the European Union in the run-up to the June referendum.
Last week, we asked Labour supporters attending Jeremy Corbyn’s rallies and speeches how they felt as the leadership election unfolded.
Labour’s civil war entered a bitter new phase with Jeremy Corbyn and his deputy Tom Watson locked in a public spat about whether the party risks being taken over by hard left activists driven out in the 1980s.
Theresa May has held her first telephone call with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, and the two leaders could meet face-to-face in China next month, Downing Street has confirmed.