Former Tottenham and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell wants to become Mayor of London.
With the SNP having won 56 seats is the case for unionism in Scotland weakening by the day?
The Labour party is in “big trouble” and could see its support fall further after its heavy defeat at the general election, Alastair Campbell has said.
The first major row of the Labour leadership contest has broken out after Liz Kendall’s camp accused Yvette Cooper of resorting to “Labour machine politics and doing people in”.
David Cameron has given his clearest warning that he will sack any government minister who wants to campaign to quit the European Union, insisting the government will not be neutral once he has struck a deal on a new relationship with the EU.
Nigel Farage has said he wants to help lead the “ground game” of the campaign to leave the European Union alongside Labour and Conservative politicians, signalling he wants to position himself as the figurehead for the no camp in the referendum.
Boris Johnson has controversially guaranteed that the estimated £3m annual running costs of a garden bridge over the Thames would be met by public money if private funds were insufficient.
Labour leadership hopeful Liz Kendall has set out radical plans to devolve control over welfare, housing, health and transport to local government as she demands that her party breaks its longstanding habit of hoarding power at the centre.
A month ago parliament changed dramatically, but what’s been happening since?
The Liberal Democrat leadership hopeful Tim Farron has described his party as “too male and too pale”, promising to ensure that 50% of target seats are represented by women and 10% by black, Asian and minority ethnic (BME) candidates.
In the midst of a scarring, salty day in Marseille it was a relief to get stuck into the questions that were purely about football. Watching England emerge into the vast atmospheric waves of the Vélodrome it was pertinent to wonder if Roy Hodgson had pitched his gambled selection right. Too attacking? Too carefree with the throw of the dice to suddenly pick the captain in unfamiliar midfield?
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.