The main group campaigning for a British exit from the EU has a £14bn “black hole” in the savings it claims the UK would make if it voted to leave, Tory grandee Sir Nicholas Soames has said.
The head of Labour’s 2015 election campaign has called on Jeremy Corbyn to publish an internal inquiry into its election defeat, warning that his leadership has taken the party even further from possible victory in the next election.
David Cameron’s hopes of persuading Scottish Nationalists not to reject extending RAF strikes in Syria were dealt a blow yesterday when Alex Salmond insisted his party would only support military action if there was explicit backing from the UN.
David Cameron gave new details on the Britons caught up in the Paris attacks, revealing that three people have been treated in hospital in addition to the one known to have died.
If the morning after the night before is never a good look, the morning after the day before is even worse.
Ken Livingstone has backtracked on his apology for suggesting shadow defence minister Kevan Jones “might need psychiatric help”, after he was accused of being forced by the Labour leadership to say sorry.
George Osborne has reached provisional agreement with a series of cabinet ministers, including Iain Duncan Smith, that will see a cumulative cut in day-to-day government spending by an average of 24% by 2019-20.
Downing Street has slapped down Boris Johnson’s call for David Cameron to demand the ability for Britain to reject and overturn EU legislation.
Jeremy Corbyn comes from a strand of the left that sees gender equality as “a bit of a distraction”, Labour’s former acting leader Harriet Harman has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he is not happy with police or military being ordered to “shoot to kill” on British streets, a measure which Downing Street has approved in the event of Paris-style terror attacks in the UK.
John McDonnell would look to reform or scrap a £1bn tax relief that was initially designed by the previous Labour government as a means of promoting innovation in companies, including in the pharmaceutical industry.
Labour’s leader in the House of Lords has said 10 months of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership has convinced her that despite having the “right values” he cannot persuade voters of his cause nor win a general election.
The foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, was urged to avoid passing politically sensitive judgments on world events until he was in full possession of the facts after he prematurely blamed Islamist terrorists for the killings in Munich on Friday.