Boris Johnson made “absolutely no apology at all” for text message exchanges about businessman Sir James Dyson’s concerns about the tax status of his employees, amid claims of “sleaze and cronyism” in his Government.
Boris Johnson personally promised Sir James Dyson he would “fix” an issue over the tax status of his employees after he was directly lobbied by the entrepreneur, it has been reported.
Claims the Labour government discussed shifting the North Sea oil boundary in the 1970s have reignited a fierce political row over Scottish independence.
Jeremy Corbyn has lost an appeal against a High Court judge’s findings in a libel claim brought against the former Labour leader by a political blogger.
Sir Keir Starmer was forced to leave a pub during a walkabout in Bath after clashing with a landlord over coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
Northern Ireland’s shadow secretary of state has said that communities must be heard during a visit to areas where recent violence flared.
Labour has called for a recovery plan for the aviation industry, as Sir Keir Starmer visited Edinburgh Airport.
Pro-independence Labour candidates standing in the Welsh Parliament election should focus on Wales’s coronavirus recovery instead of calling for the country to exit the UK, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The Commons will vote on Wednesday on whether to establish a parliamentary inquiry into David Cameron’s lobbying activities.
The Government has launched an independent review into Greensill Capital, the collapsed financial firm for which David Cameron lobbied ministers.
Sir Keir Starmer has declared his support for controversial video technology used to help football referees.
Labour is calling for an investigation into Boris Johnson’s verbal attack on London mayor Sadiq Khan during a televised Government press conference on coronavirus.
Ministers must give greater protection to UK jobs by favouring British defence manufacturers over buying military equipment from overseas, Labour has urged.
Labour MP Dame Margaret Hodge said she has received “disgusting” emails comparing vaccine passports with the Holocaust.
Alex Salmond to make Alba Party ‘declaration for Scotland’ as he plots immediate path to independence
Former first minister Alex Salmond is making his own “declaration for Scotland” as he plots an immediate path to independence.
The 2021 Scottish parliamentary election could prove to be one of the most important in recent political history.
Sir Keir Starmer has paid tribute to the Christian community for its work supporting others during the coronavirus pandemic.
Labour must be ready to fight a general election in as little as two years, Sir Keir Starmer has warned as he promised bold action to “get Britain working again”.
Sir Keir Starmer has come under fire after he visited a church which has been widely criticised for its attitudes towards homosexuality.
The Government’s record on tackling child poverty has been “shameful”, Labour’s shadow education secretary said.
Labour’s shadow women and equalities minister has apologised for handing out campaign leaflets telling residents that the local party was “dealing with Traveller incursions”.
Sir Keir Starmer has called on tech giants to do more to tackle online racism in response to a landmark report on race in the UK.
Labour has ramped up calls for an inquiry into the Government’s links with Greensill Capital following reports that the former head of Whitehall procurement took a job with the firm without proper vetting.
Sir Keir Starmer has said it is “ridiculous” to call the Conservatives “the party of law and order” amid rising crime and falling conviction rates.
Criminals in the UK have “never had it so good” under the Conservatives, Labour have claimed amid the launch of a campaign calling for tougher action on crime.
Shadow foreign secretary Lisa Nandy will warn of the “growing disconnect” between objectives pursued by the UK abroad and the “impacts they have on communities here at home” in her first major speech in the role.
Coronavirus and the prospect of a second independence referendum dominated exchanges in the first TV leaders’ debate of the Holyrood election campaign.
Sir Keir Starmer said a senior Labour MP has apologised after describing business as “the enemy”.
The Government is coming under mounting pressure to order an independent inquiry following an outpouring of complaints of sexual abuse in schools.
David Lammy has received praise for his handling of a caller to his radio show who said he could not describe himself as English.