Leading Brexit campaigners have tried to seize back the initiative in the referendum campaign with a warning that the UK faces a migration “free-for-all” unless it breaks aways from Brussels.
Leanne Wood, the leader of the Welsh nationalists Plaid Cymru, is by far the most popular of the main party leaders in Wales, according to a poll.
It could take Britain 10 years to negotiate a trade deal with the US if it votes to leave the EU, Barack Obama has said.
The three councils that have suffered the least from cuts in George Osborne’s controversial budget are represented by Tory cabinet ministers, a new analysis shows.
Hillary Clinton has thrown her weight behind the campaign to keep Britain inside the European Union in a major new boost to David Cameron’s hopes of winning a Remain vote on 23 June.
The United Kingdom referendum is fast approaching, and politicians and market watchers continue to weigh in on the possible impacts of Brexit.
There are more timely polls of California’s Republican presidential primary, and certainly surveys that are more statistically representative.
A US official handed out a pass marked “White House Press Pool”. A US official guided the press into the Locarno Room. A 7ft 6in lantern-jawed CIA operative with thin, ice-blue eyes hovered by the lecterns. There is some corner of the Foreign Office that is, if not forever, at least temporarily, American.
The shadow chancellor has accused Boris Johnson of dog-whistle racism for writing an article in which the London mayor quoted claims that Barack Obama’s “part-Kenyan” heritage had driven him towards anti-British sentiment.
Labour’s divisions will become irreconcilable and the damage to the party terminal if it enters another year of bitter infighting after Jeremy Corbyn’s likely re-election, a senior shadow cabinet member has warned.
Prominent Labour MPs are set to reject a return to the frontbench if Jeremy Corbyn wins Saturday’s leadership battle and fails to accept elections to the shadow cabinet.
Polls have closed in Labour’s bitter leadership election, with the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, predicted that Jeremy Corbyn will comfortably defeat his rival, Owen Smith.