Party leader Sir Keir Starmer and New Labour veterans Lord Mandelson and Alan Milburn have urged supporters against complacency as the Conservatives plot to stay in power. Labour commands a lead of around 20 points in the polls and the Tories have
Rishi Sunak has pledged a “relentless” commitment to looking after the UK’s “priorities”, vowing to “stop the boats” and tackle the problem of illegal migration. Speaking from his grace and favour home in Chequers, Mr Sunak said: “Earlier this year I set
Keir Starmer is facing a crisis as his own MPs are being pulled into the sleaze scandal which has been engulfing Westminster in recent months. Two more Labour MPs may be probed by the Parliamentary standards commissioner after a potential breach of
Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham has called for the north of England to have a devolution deal to ensure funding to help support levelling up in the area and ensure it is ingrained in UK law, after the distribution of Levelling
Liz Truss is reportedly set to break months of silence with an intervention on taxes ahead of Jeremy Hunt’s Budget. The former prime minister, who has kept a low profile since she left No 10 in October, is expected to join Tory
Brexiteer Ben Habib has questioned whether or not Rishi Sunak’s Government has been awake as he fears Britain losing its treasured overseas territory of Gibraltar. Post-Brexit trade and border-crossings arrangements between Spain and Gibraltar have been operating on an ad hoc basis
“So if you take reasonable care, but nevertheless make a mistake, whilst you will be liable for the tax and for interest if it’s paid late, you would not be liable for a penalty. “But if your error was as a result
Andrew Bridgen MP is suing Matt Hancock for £100,000 in a row over the Covid vaccine. The former health secretary had accused Mr Bridgen of spouting “anti-Semitic, anti-vax conspiracy theories” after he compared the effects of Covid vaccines to the Holocaust.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has been branded as “hopelessly weak” by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer for failing to immediately sack Conservative Party Chairman Nadhim Zahawi over his tax affairs. During Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, January 25, he also suggested that
Mr Levido is expected to tell ministers the Tories still have a “narrow” path to victory when the country next takes to the polls. But he will warn that the party, which ousted two prime ministers last year, must end bitter infighting.
Fury has exploded after plans to ease post-Brexit trade were branded “baffling” and “overbearing” as UK business chiefs gather to attack the Government over its economic plans. Marks and Spencer chairman Archie Norman has called the proposals “baffling” and “overbearing” as he