DAVID DAVIS was accused yesterday of “unforgivable recklessness” for failing to conduct impact assessments on the economy once Britain leaves the EU.
The Brexit Secretary was hauled in front of the Brexit select committee to come clean about the government not having...
Thursday 7th Dec 2017
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JEREMY CORBYN has written to Theresa May demanding answers as to how foreign aid money ended up in the hands of sectarian armed groups in Syria.
The government has suspended the billion-pound Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) after Monday’s BBC Panorama programme...
LABOUR has forced shame-faced Tories to release a set of damning internal reports on the damaging effects of its flagship benefit reform scheme universal credit.
FOUR more Labour councillors in Haringey have quit after members selected Momentum candidates to block the London borough’s council’s plans to sell off social housing to a developer.
Wednesday 6th Dec 2017
COLLAPSED negotiations between the government and EU officials over the Irish border show that the “DUP tail wags the Tory dog,” Sir Keir Starmer told MPs yesterday.
Campaigners warn aid money also funding ‘security’ in despotic regimes
Tuesday 5th Dec 2017
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...
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