François Hollande warned that there will be “consequences” if the UK pulls out of the EU and raised the prospect of the Calais refugee camps being relocated to Kent if voters back Brexit.
Labour’s mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has called on the government to make all property ownership in London transparent.
Fair is foul and foul is fair. Friends are foes and foes are friends.
Council leaders and opposition parties have derided Nicola Sturgeon’s changes to Scotland’s council tax system as muddled and timid after she sidestepped calls for fundamental reform.
Russia is the only world power that would welcome a British exit from the EU, Philip Hammond has said as the government intensified its warnings about the danger of a vote to leave.
George Osborne has said Britain will face a “long, costly and messy divorce” if it leaves the EU, as he promised to publish a full cost-benefit analysis on Brexit.
A government announcement that there will be “no legal changes” to the Freedom of Information legislation following a review of the act was being cautiously welcomed by campaigners on Monday.
George Osborne has said the tax take from Britain’s highest earners has increased by £8bn despite his reduction in the top rate of income tax.
Nearly every candidate scored results that will keep their campaigns afloat, so the nomination processes will remain contentious.
Nick Clegg has accused the former chancellor George Osborne of casually cutting the benefits of the poorest people in society because he believed taking the austerity axe to welfare would boost Conservative popularity.
Theresa May could face a diplomatic row with China at the G20 summit as she arrives for her first meeting with Xi Jinping, without having approved Beijing’s involvement in UK nuclear projects.