It’s getting bitter and personal. The divisions over Brexit between the Leader Jeremy Corbyn and senior members of his shadow cabinet like Emily Thornberry and Tom Watson – have exploded into factional infighting and personal disputes. The loss of his policy chief Andrew Fisher was a blow to Mr Corbyn coming a day after he…
Tom Watson might have survived last night’s attempt to abolish his role – for now – but the recriminations have dominated the first day of the Labour Party Conference. Some Labour ministers bemoaned the fact internal splits were distracting from important policy announcements. But will the rupture have an impact on Labour’s policy on the…
A memo from the EU seen by Channel 4 News has poured cold water on the government’s proposals to unlock Brexit negotiations, just hours after the Brexit Secretary held meetings with the EU chief negotiator. Stephen Barclay said they were “moving forward” with momentum.
Riding high on a wave of defections from other political parties, Jo Swinson gave her first conference speech as Liberal Democrat leader today.
No Brexit at all: that’s the Liberal Democrats new policy – after delegates at the party conference here in Bournemouth voted to back Jo Swinson’s pledge to stop Britain leaving the European Union.
For well over a year, police have been investigating allegations the Brexit campaign group Leave.EU broke electoral law during the 2016 referendum. But today Scotland Yard announced that there is “insufficient evidence” to justify further criminal inquiry.
Divisions at the top of a political party over Brexit aren’t confined to the Conservatives of course. Our Political Correspondent Paul McNamara is in Westminster with the latest.
Splits at the top of the Labour Party burst into the open today as deputy leader Tom Watson openly defied Jeremy Corbyn by saying that there should be another referendum before a general election. The Labour leader wants to have a general election first, but Mr Watson said a new referendum was the only way…
Jeremy Corbyn has promised the biggest extension of workers’ rights if his party wins the next general election.
Boris Johnson has arrived at the Queen’s summer residence of Balmoral tonight, a man with rapidly dwindling political options.
Boris Johnson was at an event today in Yorkshire, where, if he had got the required two thirds majority of MPs last night to trigger a general election, he would have been launching his campaign.
After three weeks unchallenged it’s time to bust some myths, said Philip Hammond. No Deal isn’t what people voted for and it will be painful.
The Conservative Party appears to have further stepped up preparations for a possible General Election campaign in the Autumn.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a review of sentencing guidelines for violent and sexual crimes – declaring that dangerous offenders must be taken off the streets.
Michael Gove – the Cabinet minister in charge of no-deal Brexit planning – has insisted the Government will spend “whatever it takes” to get the country prepared.