All UK Posts
Jeremy Corbyn is vowing to tackle the “tax and wage cheat culture” of multinational companies who “rip off” workers and the public purse with measures to force them to pay their fair share.
The Foreign Secretary clashed with a senior Labour politician in a tense exchange about racism in each of the two main parties.
The main political party leaders faced a tough grilling from the Question Time audience, with Boris Johnson jeered, while Jeremy Corbyn was accused of having “reckless socialist ideas”.
A video of a man directing anti-Semitic abuse towards Jewish children on the London Underground is being investigated by police.
Jeremy Corbyn pledged to adopt a “neutral stance” in another EU referendum under Labour as he came under fire from voters during a televised grilling.
The leaders of the four largest Westminster parties clashed in another TV set-piece.
A parody of Coca-Cola’s famous Christmas truck advert featuring Jeremy Corbyn as Santa Claus has been removed from social media after the drinks giant lodged a copyright complaint.
Discussions between employers and health workers have broken down without agreement.
Nigel Farage called for a cap on immigration as he set out the Brexit Party’s policy platform on Friday.
Two rapists who hugged and high-fived each other while their 23-year-old female victim lay in extreme pain in the toilets of a Soho nightclub have each been jailed for seven-and-a-half years.
British-born US security adviser Fiona Hill has been praised in her home town as a great example of a strong northern woman.
Senior political figures from across the spectrum have paid tribute to Chris Moncrieff, one of the most respected lobby journalists of his generation, who has died at the age of 88.
Residents of 19 households that were evacuated following a mudslide in early November have been allowed to return to their homes.
The Duke of York has reportedly resigned from his role with his flagship business project Pitch@Palace after days of speculation about his future with the successful initiative he founded.
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson started her day in Glasgow, where she insisted she can still be prime minister despite a slide in recent polls for her party.
A Labour candidate has invoked a famous scene from Love Actually in an appeal for votes in the General Election.
Two men who high-fived each other after filming themselves raping a woman in a Soho nightclub have been jailed.
Staff at a burning seafront hotel have been praised for their swift actions in getting everyone out quickly.
The Duke of York has said he is willing to help any “law enforcement agency with their investigations” into his former friend, the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
People without a home are being offered help in registering to vote by staff at a city centre cafe in Bristol.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn served oatcakes to his wife from a food takeaway boat and painted plates but still faced hecklers as he continued his election campaign on Friday.
As the General Election looms, so does the deadline for people to register to vote.
A “cold-blooded” crossbow killer who shot his heavily pregnant ex-wife in an act of revenge is facing life behind bars.
Nigel Farage has laid out the Brexit party’s General Election policies, promising a “political revolution”.
Nigel Farage has called for a cap on immigration as he set out the Brexit Party’s policy platform for the General Election.
A coroner has urged surgeons conducting the “Brazilian butt lift” to consider whether it is safe to continue to offer the operation following the death of a mother-of-three.
Chris Moncrieff, one of the most respected lobby journalists of his generation, has died. He was 88.
Plaid Cymru has made a multi-billion investment programme its key pledge in its General Election manifesto following its launch on Friday.
Two metal detectorists have been jailed for stealing the “emblematic” Viking-era Leominster Hoard of coins and priceless jewellery worth up to £12 million – much of which is still missing.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to return the Chagos Islands to Mauritius after the UK was branded an “illegal colonial occupier” for refusing to hand back the archipelago by the United Nations deadline.