Holyrood will be as much as £950m better off after Treasury ministers caved in to intense pressure from the Scottish government, a finance thinktank has found.
George Osborne made a mistake in placing cuts of £1.3bn from personal independence payments (PIP) to disabled people in his budget in a move which triggered the resignation of Iain Duncan Smith, Boris Johnson has said.
While this might be news to the many unsuspecting Londoners already glad-handed by Sadiq Khan or Zac Goldsmith, Monday marks the official starting gun for a mayoral election.
Conservative disability activist Graeme Ellis was so incensed by last Wednesday’s budget that he immediately sabotaged the Conservative Disability Group website he ran, and resigned from the party.
Britain faces a cocktail of economic risks.
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David Cameron was oblivious to the hell about to be unleashed within the Conservatives as he stood triumphantly at a lectern in Brussels late on Friday afternoon.
Former education secretary David Blunkett has warned that government plans to turn all schools into academies by 2022 are doomed to fail and could turn into a fiasco similar to Andrew Lansley’s NHS reforms.
Jeremy Corbyn believes Britain should reject key aspects of the single market when it leaves the European Union, he has made clear, sparking a fresh row with some of his party’s MPs.
Less than 0.5% of the electorate for Labour’s leadership ballot later this month have been denied a vote, the party has announced, as it seeks to rebut claims of a deliberate purge of Jeremy Corbyn’s supporters.
MPs and peers should abandon the crumbling Houses of Parliament for six years so that a radical refit costing up to £4bn can be carried out, an influential committee is expected to recommend on Thursday.