Thursday, January 18, 2018

Politics

Politics

Fraudsters could benefit from Brexit

The head of the Serious Fraud Office has said there must be no let-up in the way financial criminals are pursued after the UK leaves the European Union. ...

Blackadder star hits out at Corbyn's 'leftist clique'

Blackadder actor Sir Tony Robinson has voiced fears a "leftist clique" has "completely taken over" Labour. The TV...

MP: The moment I learned I had a lesion on my lung

As Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, James Brokenshire was at the heart of negotiations that will shape the UK's future.  ...

EU leaps on Farage's call for second referendum

Nigel Farage's call for a second Brexit referendum has been leapt on by senior EU figures. They declared...

Northern Ireland no closer to power sharing again

It is a year since Northern Ireland’s devolved government collapsed but the two largest parties appear no closer to agreement. ...

Carillion collapse: Minister claims 'no chaos'

A top minister has insisted there's "no evidence of chaos" amid the collapse of Carillion as he defended the Government's awarding of contracts to the now-bust construction firm. ...

Momentum founder voted on to top Labour body

A raft of pro-Jeremy Corbyn candidates have swept the board in a crucial election to Labour's National Executive Committee. ...

UKIP leader splits from race row girlfriend

UKIP leader Henry Bolton has broken up with his girlfriend after she made a series of "indefensible" remarks about Meghan Markle. ...

Carillion appeals to banks as administration looms

Directors of Carillion were making a final rescue appeal to its lending banks last night after the Government refused to rescue the ailing construction group, taking it to the brink of collapse. ...

UKIP leader 'should quit' over lover's Meghan texts

The UKIP leader is facing calls to stand down after his girlfriend was suspended for reportedly making racist remarks about Meghan Markle. ...

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Volunteering company cuts ties to overseas orphanages over child-trafficking fears

A major volunteering company is severing all links with overseas orphanages, citing fears of child trafficking and exploitation. The announcement, made by Projects...