Sir Keir Starmer has defended his handling of the antisemitism row in his party, saying he took ‘decisive action’ in withdrawing support for his Rochdale by-election candidate.
Labour has withdrawn its support for its candidate in the Rochdale by-election Azhar Ali after criticism of his remarks about Israel, a party spokesperson said.
Only five years ago at the last election, some 85 per cent of British Muslims voted for the Labour party.
Rishi Sunak has set out plans to ban disposable vapes after a steep rise in the number of children taking up vaping.
This programme has learned that a doctor in the East Midlands has admitted to a series of offences including voyeurism, taking indecent photographs, and the sexual assault of a child.
New figures given to this programme reveal that Black women applying to join the police are less than half as likely to be successful as their white counterparts.
The rebels on the right of the Conservative Party wanted it toughened up to prevent legal appeals by asylum seekers.
Normally Medecins Sans Frontieres, otherwise known as Doctors Without Borders, operates in the world’s war-torn trouble spots such as Gaza and Sudan.
The former police firearms officer Rebecca Kalam has been awarded more than £820,000 in compensation – one of the biggest payouts of its kind – after she successfully sued West Midlands Police for sex discrimination, harrassment, and victimisation.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning across southern England – with the risk of more flooding, power cuts and travel disruption.
A man has died after a tree fell on his car in Gloucestershire during the high winds and heavy rain caused by Storm Henk. There’s still widespread disruption across the UK, with cancelled trains, power cuts and blocked roads – as well as heavy flooding. As of 6pm today there was still one severe flood…
It’s been two months since the northern leg of the HS2 rail line was cancelled by the prime minister, but for some of the people living along its proposed route, the disruption is far from over.
Every Saturday more than 800 locations across the country play host to parkruns – involving hundreds of thousands of people prepared to jog five kilometres around their local park, whatever the weather.
What does the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement mean for workers and people running small businesses?
Judges have been told to delay the sentencing of criminals currently on bail because prisons are full, according to a report in today’s Times newspaper. This morning the Health Secretary Steve Barclay acknowledged that prisons “are under huge pressure”, adding that the Justice Secretary will make a statement to the commons on Monday. But he…