Yvette Cooper’s campaign to be the next Labour leader will not get drawn into “unpleasant anonymous briefing and counter-briefing” against other candidates, a member of her team has promised.
David Cameron has narrowly avoided his first defeat of this parliament at the hands of his Eurosceptic rebels after Labour abstained in a vote on the rules governing Whitehall activity during the EU referendum campaign.
YouGov have found evidence that the positive ‘Yes’ for remaining in the EU has little effect on people’s opinions.
The party has a mountain to climb, but can they do it?
Boris Johnson has been criticised by a Labour MP for defending claims that women in the workplace cry more readily than men.
No government department likes to be without a good war to impress on the country that it has a genuine sense of purpose.
While there is cross-party support for further devolution, there is significant disagreement among the main UK political parties on what exactly those powers should be.
The dynamics of the Labour leadership election were radically altered when the leftwinger Jeremy Corbyn secured, with minutes to spare, the 35 nominations required to stand.
David Cameron has bowed to pressure from Tory Eurosceptics and other parties at Westminster by ruling out holding the referendum on Britain’s EU membership on the same date as the Scottish and other devolved elections next May.
The Conservatives are relatively safe for five years. They could lose their majority through by-elections, but they are still the political top-dogs.
David Cameron has warned that pledges to raise state pensions every year and ringfence spending for the NHS may have to be ditched in a brutal new phase of austerity if the country votes for Brexit.
The chair of the work and pensions select committee has rejected a call to resign from Sir Philip Green, the owner of Topshop, who accused the MP of attempting to destroy his reputation over the controversial sale of BHS.