The home secretary, Theresa May, has refused to share with law enforcement agencies or communications companies the full details of her new “snooper’s charter”, raising fresh fears that she is seeking to limit dissent in order to steamroller the controversial laws through parliament.
Labour has released the names of the six candidates set to battle it out for the Labour Mayoral candidacy. Who's standing for the position?
UKIP and Nigel Farage will do the ‘out’ campaign no good, they are toxic to the moderate Eurosceptic cause.
Tony Blair is reportedly costing the taxpayer millions of pounds a year in police protection, as well as allegedly blurring the line between his work as a Middle East peace envoy and his business interests.
In the shadow of the majestic peaks of Ben Nevis deep in his beloved Highlands, family, friends, local constituents and national dignitaries from across the political spectrum gathered to say their final goodbyes to Charles Kennedy.
Mary Creagh has dropped out of the Labour leadership race, expressing her dismay at Ed Miliband’s attitude to business and urging the next leader not to regard business as a vested interest with which to pick a fight.
A new YouGov poll suggests Germans want the UK to remain a member of the EU.
Turkey’s ruling party has lost it’s ruling majority, but it’s system is far from fair.
John Prescott has launched an attack on some of his former Labour colleagues over the party’s leadership contest, telling the former foreign secretary David Miliband to “shut up” and urging Tony Blair’s former spin doctor Alastair Campbell to “stay at home”.
Gordon Brown has issued a stark warning that the UK remains on “life support” because the Tory government has given up on saving the 308-year-old union as it shores up support by playing the English card.