Universities will have to publish information on what they are doing to tackle ethnic disparity, the Government has announced.
Theresa May’s Brexit plans have received a major setback after she suffered a second damaging Commons defeat within 24 hours.
Prime Minister Theresa May has guaranteed MPs a vote on whether the controversial Brexit “backstop” is triggered if the UK fails to conclude a new trade deal with the EU by the end of next year.
As MPs resume debate on Theresa May’s EU Withdrawal Agreement, a close lieutenant of the Prime Minister has accused critics of peddling “fantasies” about other possible Brexit deals.
The Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has penned an open letter seeking to assure citizens that the draft Brexit deal is not a threat to rights or the Union.
The Government’s confidence and supply agreement with the DUP continues, Theresa May’s effective deputy has said.
A second Brexit referendum would run the risk of the “radicalisation” of right wing voters in the UK, Theresa May’s de-facto deputy has warned.
Cabinet Office minister David Lidington has insisted that Scottish businesses will be better off under Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
A senior Conservative backbencher has accused ministers of allowing British Government policy to be dictated by a Pakistani mob by failing to offer asylum to Christian woman Asia Bibi.
Fishing leaders are “in general” supportive of the Government’s Brexit plan, according to a UK Minister.
EU institutions will be guilty of putting their citizens at greater risk unless they co-operate with the UK over cyber security following Brexit, Theresa May’s deputy has warned.
The last two years have seen a rising cyber threat to the UK from states such as Russia and North Korea, the head of an agency tasked with protecting the country from hi-tech assaults has warned.