David Cameron’s hopes of restricting EU migrants’ access to welfare could be realised, but only until someone has been resident for six months, as part of a package of reforms already being drawn up inside the European commission.
Labour peers will on Monday dispute claims by the government that extending votes to 16- and 17-year-olds in the European Union referendum would cost £6m, as the EU referendum bill returns to the House of Lords.
John Prescott has accused critics of Jeremy Corbyn within his own party of continuing “the war that they lost”, describing Labour MPs opposed to the Labour leader as “Bitterites”.
Now former British Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher was many things, but a ditherer she wasn't.
Labour was embroiled in its own row over airport expansion on Saturday night as the party’s candidate to be London mayor, Sadiq Khan, called on Jeremy Corbyn to rule out a third runway at Heathrow once and for all and back expansion of Gatwick airport as official party policy.
David Cameron is ready to consider a “plan B” to curb EU migration to the UK, which would involve strict new limits on benefit payments to out-of-work migrants rather than those in jobs, as he seeks to cobble together a new deal for Britain in Europe.
There was a time when he walked into the Labour party like he was walking on to a yacht. The vanity is still there, but the man isn’t.
David Cameron should investigate the role his office played in alleged bullying within the Conservative party’s youth wing, the Labour party has said.
David Cameron is prepared to compromise on his controversial demand that EU migrants should be banned from claiming in-work benefits for four years in the face of overwhelming opposition across Europe.
The Scottish National party and Scottish Labour have vowed to keep pursuing ways to block the trade union bill in Scotland after an initial bid was rejected.
More than 1,000 barristers have signed a letter to the prime minister urging him to allow parliament to decide whether the UK should leave the European Union.
Tony Blair could face a motion of contempt in the House of Commons over the 2003 invasion of Iraq – a motion that Jeremy Corbyn has said he would probably support.