Zac Goldsmith has made more than £10m in income and capital gains since becoming an MP in 2010, his office has disclosed.
The Labour party believes that the emergency brake on in-work benefits that lies at the heart of David Cameron’s EU renegotiations is a “red herring” that will do little to reduce migration.
David Cameron has delivered a strong putdown to Boris Johnson’s suggestion that he would campaign to leave the EU in the hope of subsequently negotiating a better deal with Brussels.
Eurosceptic ministers, liberated from collective ministerial responsibility for the first time over the weekend, have started to set out the case they will make in the months ahead for Britain taking back control of its destiny outside the European Union.
The scale of the challenge facing David Cameron in keeping the Conservatives from imploding over Europe is underscored in a Guardian survey of constituency party members from across the country.
A majority of business leaders will be voting in favour of Britain staying inside the European Union after David Cameron’s deal, according to two new surveys.
Boris Johnson has transformed the terms of the EU referendum debate by announcing that he is to throw his weight behind the campaign to take Britain out of the EU.
The UK will be more exposed to Paris-style terror attacks if it stays in the EU, Iain Duncan Smith, one of the cabinet ministers campaigning for Brexit, has suggested.
“You must be knackered,” observed Andrew Marr, more in unkindness than sympathy.
A member of Jeremy Corbyn’s shadow cabinet has described parliamentary expenses as an “unnecessary chore” that should be scrapped and replaced with an automatic payment for MPs.
Britain will have two years to negotiate its preferred relationship with the EU after triggering article 50, the formal mechanism for leaving. Civil servants and ministers are currently working on the basis of three broad scenarios for Brexit with differing levels of access to the single market and acceptance of free movement.
Labor has moved a motion to introduce a banking royal commission in an attempt to derail the government’s agenda on the first substantive day of parliament since the election.