The Scottish Labour leader, Kezia Dugdale, has accused the SNP of using “dirty tricks” after it appeared that correspondence sent more than a decade ago to an SNP politician had been leaked to the press.
Every household in England will receive a glossy 14-page booklet through their letterbox next week making the case for Britain to remain in the European Union, as the government kicks off a £9m taxpayer-funded publicity blitz.
Sajid Javid has said that he has received assurances from Tata that it will allow time to find a saviour for its British steelmaking business, including the Port Talbot plant.
What are the basic facts every politician ought to know about the area they want to represent? How about the price of milk or bread? The easiest way to get from A to B on public transport?
The MP in charge of Labour’s local election campaign has claimed that any progress on the party’s performance in 2015 should be seen as a positive result, even though that could mean losing dozens of council seats.
Sajid Javid flew to Mumbai on Tuesday night for talks with the Indian owner of Tata Steel in an attempt to win more time to secure the future of thousands of British jobs.
The business secretary, Sajid Javid, has said he wants Tata chairman, Cyrus Mistry, to agree a process for selling its UK steel business when they meet in Mumbai on Wednesday.
David Cameron must stop procrastinating when it comes to tackling tax avoidance and force the richest to pay their way, Jeremy Corbyn is to say.
Campaigners for Britain to remain in the EU have told David Cameron that his government’s handling of the steel crisis has put him in danger of losing the in/out referendum, as Brexit supporters prepare to target steel communities with hundreds of thousands of leaflets.
Jeremy Corbyn will be playing the hits at this year’s Glastonbury festival.
A major Tory donor has requested not to be given a knighthood, amid an intensifying row over David Cameron’s honours list.
Angela Eagle’s local Labour party is in further turmoil over a formal complaint that alleges she was referred to as “Angie the dyke”, and that a member was threatened with being punched in the head at an official meeting.
Jeremy Corbyn has described the challenge to his leadership of the Labour party as a “massive opportunity to reach out to people all across the country”, speaking to a crowd of about 5,000 people at a campaign rally in Liverpool.