A record number of British solicitors are registering to practise in Ireland over fears of a vote to leave the EU, the Republic’s Law Society has revealed.
David Cameron has said he has four days left to make a better case to keep Britain in the EU as many voters remain confused about the referendum that will decide the fate of his leadership.
Only a handful of multi-academy trusts are up to the job of improving England’s schools, Ofsted chief inspector Sir Michael Wilshaw has told MPs, before accusing the Department for Education of being too slow to intervene in struggling schools.
Tony Blair and two former deputy prime ministers, Lord Heseltine and Nick Clegg, have launched a late plea to voters to reject “division, isolationism and blame” and vote on Thursday to stay in the EU.
The tumultuous and often bitter EU referendum campaign has left the two rival camps – Remain and Leave – locked in a dramatic dead heat with just four days to go before the British people decide their European future.
Both the Conservative Party and Ukip have announced they will not put forward candidates in the Batley and Spen by-election following the tragic death of Labour MP Jo Cox.
The boss of the NHS has told Jeremy Hunt that the health service may need closer to £21bn extra over the next few years, far more than the £8bn ministers have promised.
Angela Merkel has called on campaigners in Britain’s EU referendum debate to moderate their language ahead of next week’s vote, as political leaders and officials across Europe paid tribute to the killed Labour MP Jo Cox.
Sadiq Khan and other senior politicians have pleaded for a change of tone in the EU referendum debate following the killing of the Labour MP Jo Cox, as dozens more weekend campaign events were called off.
Gordon Brown sent Ed Balls an email “out of the blue” following his appearance on the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, the former shadow chancellor has said.
If David Cameron had hoped that the media’s leader writers would somehow not judge the Brexit vote to be his abiding legacy, then he will be gravely disappointed as he reads Tuesday’s editorials.
Sir Alan Duncan will on Monday become the first Foreign Office minister to visit Argentina since the Conservatives came to power in 2010 in the strongest sign yet that Anglo-Argentinian relations are recovering despite the continuing dispute over the Falkland Islands.