Just 3% of medical research charities are eligible for Government funding and that is causing life-saving work to be cancelled, Labour has claimed.
An Aberdeen councillor has backed calls for full pay for those told to self-isolate due to Covid-19.
Prospects for the recovery of the aviation market could be good if people start flying again, the UK boss of Airbus has said.
The Government has been accused of a “lack of competence” over migrant crossings by Labour’s shadow home secretary.
Contemporary dramatists do not find women “interesting enough” to make them central figures on stage, veteran actress and former MP Glenda Jackson has said.
Tourist towns across the UK could face a “stark” jobs crisis due to a shortened summer season, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
The Government has been urged to step in to protect jobs in the travel industry after the “chaotic” handling of its decision to impose a quarantine on people arriving in the UK from Spain.
The Scottish Government’s new hate crimes Bill evokes memories of controversial legislation that set out to tackle sectarianism, Scottish Labour’s justice spokesman has claimed.
Labour has stepped up its calls for the broadcast watchdog to review the operating licence of Russian news outlet RT.
The Foreign Secretary should summon China’s ambassador to the UK, Labour has said, after a Beijing spokesman said China may stop recognising British National Overseas (BNO) passport holders.
The final decision on whether children will return to school in August "as normal" will be made next week, the education secretary has said.
The Government has failed to offer final-year university students entering a “severely depressed” jobs market any support, Labour has said.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has insisted he wants to “draw a line” under anti-Semitism in the party.
The Scottish Government has been urged to do more to help working women who are facing a “perfect storm” as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Labour will pay “substantial damages” to whistleblowers who contributed to a TV expose of its handling of anti-Semitism in a move which triggered a clash between party leader Sir Keir Starmer and his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn.
Labour will pay “substantial damages” to whistleblowers who contributed to a TV expose of its handling of anti-Semitism as Sir Keir Starmer continues efforts to distance the party from his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn.
The Labour Party has agreed to pay “substantial damages” to seven whistleblowers over “defamatory and false allegations” made following a BBC Panorama investigation into anti-Semitism.
Childhood obesity needs to be tackled in a “decisive” way by the Government, Labour has said.
MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has stepped down from the Labour front bench, saying he had been the victim of a “torrent of online hate” because of a “campaign by the right-wing media”.
A former head of MI6 has said he is “certainly pleased that Corbyn is gone”, as he welcomed Sir Keir Starmer’s election as Labour leader.
An inquiry into allegations that Home Secretary Priti Patel bullied officials must be published immediately, Labour has demanded.
Serbia is being removed from a list of where people returning to or visiting England can avoid quarantine, on the day the new rules come into force.
Quarantine rules for people returning to or visiting the UK from certain countries will be relaxed from Friday.
Labour has accused Chancellor Rishi Sunak of delivering a £1.3 billion “bung” to second homeowners and landlords in his coronavirus recovery package.
Labour is calling on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to reverse what it describes as a £1.3 billion “bung” to second homeowners and landlords in his coronavirus recovery package.
Boris Johnson’s first Tory conference since his landslide election win is to take place largely online due to coronavirus.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has paid tribute to the NHS on its 72nd anniversary, saying the health service has a personal resonance for him as his late mother worked for it.
Communities could face local coronavirus lockdowns lasting months unless the Government delivers an effective contact-tracing system, Sir Keir Starmer has warned.
Sir Keir Starmer is warning councils face a “perfect storm” as a result of the coronavirus crisis and Government inaction which could decimate local services.
Downing Street has defended the appointment of Boris Johnson’ chief EU negotiator to the key post of national security adviser (NSA).