It was a bright cold day in April and the clocks were striking 13. Jeremy Corbyn, his chin nuzzled into his chest, stood up to speak at Senate House in central London. “This building was the model for George Orwell’s Ministry of Truth,” he began. “We shall see.”
Nigel Farage has called for an end to infighting among Brexit campaigners as the group run by the Ukip donor Arron Banks backed down from threats of legal action against Vote Leave.
David Cameron would be overthrown as prime minister within 30 seconds of a vote to leave the EU in the June referendum, Kenneth Clarke has said.
One of Boris Johnson’s Eurosceptic disciples interrupted a live Channel 4 broadcast on Friday night on the mayor of London’s orders.
Ukip has proposed a radical overhaul of the Welsh assembly and its governance, including pledges to make St David’s Day a bank holiday, and training firefighters to double as paramedics.
On a London council estate last week, Zac Goldsmith – the Conservatives’ mayoral candidate – launched his manifesto with pledges on transport, housing and jobs. When he sits down to talk to reporters, no one asks about any of that.
Anyone who watched Jeremy Corbyn’s rambling, and rather second-rate, EU speech will have wondered how he became Labour leader.
George Osborne has issued a stark warning that mortgage rates will rise if Britain leaves the European Union.
Sadiq Khan, the Labour candidate for London mayor, has said there is “a question to be asked” about why some Muslim women in the capital wear hijabs and niqabs.
Leaving the European Union could leave the UK exposed to economic conditions comparable to those before the global financial crash of 2008, Alistair Darling, the Labour former chancellor, will claim on Friday.
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.
MPs are set to clear out of Parliament while it gets refurbished over a six-year period.