Politics

Politics

Customs bill passes despite Remainer backlash

Theresa May has only just squeezed through a series of tight House of Commons votes on key legislation, after stirring up a Tory Remainer backlash by siding with her party's Brexiteers. ...

Alex Salmond's RT TV show 'misled audience'

Alex Salmond's show on the Kremlin-backed RT channel breached broadcasting rules, Ofcom has ruled. The watchdog said "audience...

Blair and Mandelson join Brexiteers in attack on PM

Former prime minister Tony Blair and his political ally Lord Mandelson have joined Tory Brexiteers in trashing Theresa May's strategy for leaving the EU. ...

'WhatsApp 100' plot to wreck PM's Chequers plan

Theresa May is facing a serious challenge from Conservative Party rebels who object to her plans for leaving the European Union. ...

May suffers yet another resignation over Brexit plan

Theresa May has suffered yet another resignation in protest at her Brexit plan. Robert Courts, MP for Witney,...

Coming home after all? Support for 2030 World Cup bid

Football could be coming home after all as an England-led bid to host the 2030 World Cup gained momentum. ...

May takes revenge on Trump over trade deal row

The prime minister knows delivering a Brexit deal acceptable to all sides of her party is an impossible task.  ...

Minister resigns over 'vulgar' sexting exposé

A minister has resigned from government over a newspaper exposé which claims he sent "vulgar" sexual messages to constituents. ...

PM: 'We risk ending up with no Brexit at all'

The prime minister has issued a stark warning to MPs that failure to back her plan for Brexit would risk the UK not leaving the EU at all. ...

Trump protest 'one of biggest rallies in years'

We all know that Donald Trump loves to boast about the size of his crowds - now he can truly say they came out in their many thousands in his name. ...