THERESA MAY left Brexit talks in Brussels without a deal yesterday after the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) rejected a proposed solution to the Irish border problem.
After meeting European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, the Prime Minister said that “on a couple of...
Tuesday 5th Dec 2017
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Khan’s bid to block government unopposed
Saturday 2nd Dec 2017
ALLIES of Cabinet minister Damian Green rushed to his defence yesterday after a retired Scotland Yard detective said thousands of pornographic images were found on the Tory MP’s work computer.
Neil Lewis told the BBC that he was “shocked” at the volume of material...
MPs across House show fury at US leader’s public support for the far right
Friday 1st Dec 2017
Corbyn notes potential of seaside towns in visit to Southend
DENNIS SKINNER said yesterday that Brexit voters in his constituency would prefer a rumoured £60 billion due to be paid to Brussels be spent in Britain instead.
Remote rural areas falling behind as London tops social mobility ranks
Wednesday 29th Nov 2017
THE number of newly built homes for social rent has plummeted by 98 per cent since the Tories moved into No 10 seven years ago, damning government statistics revealed yesterday.
Just 199 new government-funded homes for truly affordable rent were finished in April to September this year...
Economic experts line up to welcome McDonnell’s call to borrow while rates are low
Monday 27th Nov 2017
McDonnell interrupted by MP who claimed constituents more loaded than ever
Friday 24th Nov 2017