Today the talk was of a “bright future” for Northern Ireland – as Boris Johnson welcomed the new power-sharing government formed at Stormont over the weekend.
After 24 hours in shock, the Royal Family has just issued a statement saying that the Queen, Prince Charles and the Duke of Cambridge have ordered their teams to find a “workable solution” for the future role of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to “stand back” as senior members of the Royal Family.
He might not be an official candidate yet – but shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer has already emerged as an early favourite in the Labour leadership race.
Talks to restore the Northern Ireland Assembly have begun, nearly three years since the devolved government was suspended.
‘We pulled it off, didn’t we’ – Boris Johnson declared this morning as he pledged he would unite the country and ‘get Brexit done’ by the end of January next year – celebrating the biggest Tory majority since 1987.
Polling stations close at 10 tonight and most of the declarations will start pouring out in the early hours of the morning. But with today’s general election being the third one in the last five years, some of the constituencies that want to be the first to declare are pretty well-practised. This time round, voters…
The Liberal Democrats have focussed their campaign around a straight ‘stop Brexit’ message in their target constituencies, but it’s not clear if that message has broken through, with voters with the party’s momentum draining away throughout the campaign.
Which party is winning the air war on the UK’s biggest breakfast radio shows?
For some, it’s the stuff of nightmares but for one political leader this Friday the 13th could be a dream come true. And with just three days of campaigning left until the polls open, the parties are all making their final pledges and promises.
When the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn held aloft a 451-page document which he claimed showed the Conservatives were discussing the NHS in trade talks with the US, questions about who had leaked the papers were asked.
“If Jack could comment on his death – he would be livid… his death, and his life, being used to perpetuate an agenda of hate that he gave his everything, fighting against”.
A terror incident has been declared at London Bridge after a man went on the rampage with a knife before being wrestled to the ground by members of the public.
It could hardly have happened at a worse time for Labour, as the Chief Rabbi declared that “a new poison” of anti-Semitism had “taken root” in the party. Sanctioned, he claimed, from the very top.
As Nigel Farage held his little blue book of policies aloft, he promised a “political revolution that puts ordinary people first”.