Jeremy Hunt may have to follow Iain Duncan Smith’s example and resign because a lack of NHS funding could endanger patient safety, according to an ex-Downing Street health adviser.
The leader of the UK’s main Jewish organisation has accused Jeremy Corbyn of failing to deal with antisemitism within the Labour party after weeks of turmoil over the issue.
Companies are holding off from hiring further permanent staff and taking on more temporary workers, according to figures that suggest uncertainty over the outcome of June’s EU referendum is putting employers in wait-and-see mode.
When it comes to the propriety of the government’s 27 million pro-EU leaflets, which are coming your way in the post, we are invited to choose between London’s spluttering part-time mayor, Boris Johnson, and phoney outrage specialist, Michael Fallon, the nation’s part-time defence secretary.
Ukip has launched its Scottish manifesto by pledging to allow smoking in pubs, raise the drink-driving limit, and provide 30 minutes of free parking in all town centres.
Conservative cabinet ministers campaigning for Britain to leave the EU are putting Northern Ireland’s political progress at risk, Labour’s Alan Johnson will warn.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she did not know about allegations of corruption against the parent company of a Chinese firm involved in a possible £10bn investment deal with the Scottish government.
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.
For, I trust, understandable reasons, this column has been so preoccupied with the demons released by the referendum that we have not taken time to refer to the departure from the government of one George Osborne.
A Palestinian group, whose founder once praised the militant Islamist group Hamas, held a fundraising dinner at which it collected £10,000 for Jeremy Corbyn’s last leadership campaign, documents seen by the Observer reveal.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that Labour will not stand in the way of Brexit amid fresh attacks on his “lukewarm” campaigning before the referendum.