Leaving the European Union risks the “fragmentation of the western world”, the former foreign secretary William Hague has said.
Tony Blair has launched his strongest attack yet on Jeremy Corbyn, for condemning the war in Iraq but standing by while the Syrian people were barrel-bombed.
The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has been accused of breaking one of his key election pledges after he announced that his fares freeze on public transport would apply only to single journeys.
What a glorious thing pressure is.
Labour backbenchers will step up the pressure on Jeremy Corbyn over Trident by publishing a “myth-busting” report backing the case for building a new generation of submarines to house Britain’s nuclear deterrent.
Members of the public attempting to register to vote in the EU referendum complained that the government website had crashed hours before the deadline.
Watch the politicians, and you’d think the EU referendum hangs on forecasts and calculation. Listen to the phone-ins, and you might believe that it’s about an insatiable appetite for more facts.
Mike Ashley is not Father Christmas, nor an accountant, nor an employment specialist. On these points the founder and majority shareholder of Sports Direct was adamant during the advertised “grilling” by MPs that turned out to be a light toasting.
This was the day Britain blew up.
Theresa May has intervened in the row over Keith Vaz’s conduct by pointedly calling for MPs to maintain the public’s confidence or consider their positions.
The Japanese prime minister has told Theresa May she needs to give more clarity to international investors in the UK who are worried about Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn has revealed he is investigating allegations that Labour’s leadership contest is being rigged against him after a number of his supporters received letters barring them from taking part.