JEREMY CORBYN will vow today that the next Labour government will win improved workers’ rights from Brussels if Britain remains in the European Union.
In an address to a rally of Remain supporters in London, he will argue that raising employment standards at a European level can...
Saturday 14th May 2016
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THE Tories were served notice yesterday that they are being taken to court over claims they broke general election law by failing to declare all their campaign spending.
The Electoral Commission has applied to the High Court for an order that would force the Conservative Party to hand...
Friday 13th May 2016
PM told to sort out Britain’s own tax system shambles before lecturing other countries
Thursday 12th May 2016
Welsh Labour leader Jones told to honour pledge and intervene
Labour leader rubbishes idea that party isn’t appealing
Wednesday 11th May 2016
LABOUR will lead the government in Wales for a fifth straight term despite falling short of an overall majority after the shock loss of a heartland seat.
Carwyn Jones remains First Minister after Labour took 29 of 60 Assembly seats with 35 per cent of the constituency votes.
Saturday 7th May 2016
John McDonnell tears into moaning Labour right ‘Maquis’
BOSSES who refuse to appear before parliamentary committees must face criminal charges and a fine, Labour demanded yesterday.
Shadow Commons leader Chris Bryant said that Britain’s most “destructively powerful people” had regularly dodged calls to answer questions...
Friday 6th May 2016
TOXIC spin doctor Lynton Crosby will be knighted for “services to politics” today after running a "racist" Tory election campaign.
The infamous Australian will be presented with his gong by one of the Windsors at a lavish investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, the Royal...
THE Trade Union Act became law yesterday on what was branded a “dark day” for working people.
The Bill was given royal assent after clearing its final hurdle in the Lords on Tuesday night following an eight-month battle to block it in and outside Parliament.
Thursday 5th May 2016