A decision on whether to launch a new inquiry into the “battle of Orgreave”, one of the most brutal episodes during the 1984 miners’ strike, is due to be announced by the home secretary, Amber Rudd.
Ministers are looking at whether to ban unpaid internships that have been criticised for helping young people with wealthy parents get ahead in the workplace.
Nigel Farage had some words of warning for those dismissing Donald Trump's chances in the US presidential election.
Donald Trump wired an additional $10 million to his campaign Friday.
Journalist Maureen Dowd memorably described the choice at the 2016 US election as “the king of winging it versus the queen of homework”.
Theresa May abandoned her opposition to a third runway at Heathrow only because she was “terrified” of being seen as anti-business after the Brexit vote, the Liberal Democrats claim.
Low-earning families that Theresa May has promised to help will be thousands of pounds a year worse off by 2020 because of rising inflation, lower wage growth and Tory social security cuts, according to new analysis of their post-Brexit economic prospects.
Earlier this year, during his ill-fated campaign to become mayor of London, Zac Goldsmith was interviewed at an event celebrating India’s Bollywood cinema.
Tony Blair has received a predictably dismissive government response to his call for remain voters to organise their opposition to Brexit, with No 10 saying there would be no second referendum.
Theresa May must not attempt to get special treatment for financial services at the expense of manufacturers and small businesses when the UK leaves the EU, Labour is to warn.
“We meet tonight in a world transformed,” sighed Theresa May at the opening of her Guildhall speech. Too right, she thought to herself.
European diplomats are increasingly convinced the UK will sever economic ties with the continent when it leaves the European Union, as hopes of a special partnership languish.
Labour could be finished if Jeremy Corbyn wins the leadership, Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair’s former chief spin doctor, has said.
The government has been accused of trying to avoid scrutiny of its Brexit strategy by creating a parliamentary committee that is too big to do its job properly.
Theresa May has spoken on the phone to Donald Trump and stressed to the new US president-elect that he should seek to unite America when he takes office, Downing Street has said.
John McDonnell has sought to reposition Labour as the party of fiscal discipline and competence, using a speech ahead of next week’s autumn statement to contrast the government’s “failed” austerity approach with his own party’s focus on investment.
The Coalition promised radical solutions to many of the problems in our democracy, but it has failed to deliver. British politics is neither more democratic nor more accountable than five years ago.
British ministers rebuffed an unconventional call by Donald Trump for Ukip’s interim leader, Nigel Farage, to be appointed UK ambassador to the United States.
The government has begun the process of scaling back the UK civil service presence in Brussels by announcing that it will be up to individual departments to fund seconded staff, and decide if there is a business case for them to remain working in Europe.
Alan Milburn, the former Labour health minister and government social mobility tsar, is at the helm of a new group funded in part by Sir Richard Branson to fight Britain’s exit from the European Union.