Jeremy Corbyn has drawn a deeper dividing line with David Cameron over Europe, highlighting the leave campaign’s claims that the UK’s deal with Brussels may not be legally binding.
Iain Duncan Smith has asked civil servants in the welfare and pensions department to ignore a directive from the cabinet secretary, Sir Jeremy Heywood, which stops pro-Brexit ministers seeing government papers related to the EU referendum.
The trade union Unite has called for an independent investigation into the election of a youth representative to Labour’s national executive committee (NEC) after a candidate won by less than 1% of the vote, amid allegations of foul play from both sides.
Car manufacturing, farming, financial services and the lives of millions of Britons living in Europe will all be affected as the UK takes 10 years to extricate itself from the EU, an official report says.
The EU referendum on 23 June will take place in the middle of the Euro 2016 football championships.
Iain Duncan Smith has warned David Cameron to avoid making personal attacks on leading Tories who want to leave the European Union as he accused the prime minister of talking down Britain.
Seven years ago this week, the Bank of England cut interest rates to 0.5% – the lowest since the central bank was founded in 1694.
The UK would face a decade of massive economic uncertainty with potentially disastrous consequences for business and the pound if it were to vote to leave the EU, the Europe minister says.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Labour officials of suspending members without letting them know why or giving them the chance to appeal, as tensions surrounding the party’s leadership election intensified over the weekend.
Jeremy Corbyn’s closest ally has called for Sir Richard Branson to be stripped of his knighthood, days after his company Virgin released CCTV footage casting doubt on the Labour leader’s claim of train overcrowding.
The Labour MP Frank Field has renewed his attack on Sir Philip Green, accusing him of asset stripping at BHS, which closes its doors for the final time today after 88 years on the high street.