The government defended its new policy on voter-ID at a committee hearing today, after facing widespread criticism for rolling it out too fast.
“It’s not in a mess – it’s going through some growing pains right now” – that’s according to Nicola Sturgeon after a tumultuous few days for the Scottish National Party.
All eyes will be on Westminster on Wednesday afternoon when Boris Johnson tries to keep his political career alive.
Our political reporter Serena Barker-Singh reports from Dover.
Government plans to crack down on people arriving in the UK on small boats are unworkable and will leave thousands of migrants in limbo, according to campaigners. Rishi Sunak is due to unveil details of the new legislation tomorrow including removing Channel migrants from the UK and imposing a lifetime ban on re-entering the country…
The prime minister is set to unveil new laws this week to stop people who arrive in the UK on small boats from claiming asylum – declaring “Make no mistake, if you come here illegally you will not be able to stay”.
The former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan has been facing questions on the third day of the hearing into allegations of systematic racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club. Vaughan has categorically denied allegations of racism.
The Cricket Discipline Commission has begun hearing evidence on allegations of racism at Yorkshire County Cricket Club.
Downing Street has announced the Prime Minister and the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen will hold talks tomorrow in London as they try to finalise a much anticipated new deal for Northern Ireland’s post Brexit trading arrangements.
Junior doctors in England will strike for three days in March, in their dispute over pay.
Boris Johnson has threatened Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s attempts to overhaul Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit trading rules, warning it would be a ‘great mistake’ to scrap the Northern Ireland Protocol bill.
Candle-lit vigils are taking place in memory of Brianna Ghey, the 16-year-old who was stabbed and killed in a park in Culcheth in Warrington at the weekend.
Friends and family have been paying tribute to 16-year-old Brianna Ghey who was stabbed to death in a Cheshire park on Saturday.
The BBC chairman, Richard Sharp, is facing further calls to resign, after he was found to have made “significant errors of judgement” according to a damning report by MPs investigating his appointment. The cross-party committee criticised Mr Sharp over his role as a go-between for a loan guarantee to Boris Johnson, while he had been…
The serial rapist and former Metropolitan Police officer David Carrick was in court today.