It’s hard to say how many police officers are actually “on the beat” in Scotland today.
That’s what Chancellor Sajid Javid said today.
The Prime Minister left out some key details.
Boris Johnson has given 33 MPs a seat round the cabinet table.
The Prime Minister says the increase in disabled people in work is thanks to the government — contradicting the National Audit Office.
Here are eight official statements from Labour frontbenchers condemning the use of NDAs.
FactCheck still hasn’t had an adequate explanation from the party.
The Conservative leadership hopeful is keen to remind us of his time as health secretary.
The Conservative leadership hopeful said the UK is “one of the most generous countries” for disability benefits.
The party said in September that it had adopted all 11 examples of antisemitism recommended by the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance.
It looks like Labour would benefit from adopting a pro-remain stance at a general election
If we want to gauge opinion on Brexit, we’re better off considering opinion polls.
Her time in office will forever be associated with Brexit. But the trials and tribulations of Mrs May’s premiership don’t end there.
Change UK’s Chuka Umunna says we don’t have time to hold a “People’s Vote” before 31 October.
That was the claim in one of the Labour party’s official leaflets.