Tata are working on a secret plan that would see them keep Port Talbot but cut £200m a year through job cuts and benefits reductions.
Home Secretary pledges millions to help tackle knife crime problem
Sajid Javid has promised £17 millon as part of an early intervention youth fund to help tackle knife crime problem.
Windrushers mark anniversary of VE Day
Theresa May’s adviser has been tasked with investigating how the former home secretary, Amber Rudd, came to wrongly tell MPs that the government did not have targets for deporting people. Home Office bosses faced a grilling by MPs today and said the information given last month during the Windrush scandal was “regrettably confused”. Meanwhile, the…
Grandmother, child of the Windrush, told she can’t stay in UK
The new Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, says he’s rejecting the “hostile environment” policy on immigration, but that isn’t much comfort to those who are already caught up in its net. We’ve been following the case of one 64-year-old grandmother who came here from Jamaica – from her nine-month detention in Yarl’s Wood, to her reunion with her family after her release. And she’s still being told she can’t stay.
Former Tory chair on ‘hostile environment’ policy: ‘I hope there will be a change’
We’re joined by the shadow secretary of state for women and equalities, Dawn Butler, Lib Dem home affairs spokesperson, Sir Edward Davey, and former chair of the Conservative Party, Baroness Warsi, to discuss Windrush.
Sajid Javid appointed Home Secretary after Windrush scandal
Early this morning, Sajid Javid became Britain’s first Muslim Home Secretary. Theresa May conducted a hurried mini-reshuffle after Amber Rudd finally gave in to calls for her resignation over the Windrush scandal. The final straw proved to be her ignorance of Home Office targets for deporting illegal immigrants.
Sajid Javid on Grenfell: ‘Something went massively wrong’
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid says Grenfell would have overwhelmed any council, but “the reaction on the ground was lacking” in North Kensington. He says a judge is needed to head the inquiry into the disaster because he can compel people to come forward, and accuses Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn of treating the issue like a…
Business Secretary Sajid Javid remains locked in talks with Tata’s Port Talbot executives and unions as more potential buyers line up.
Sajid Javid, the new Business Secretary appears to dismiss business concerns over a potential Brexit, saying the most important thing was to press ahead with a renegotiation and an in/out referendum.
David Cameron’s reshuffle exposes a lack of legal experience in the upper ranks of government – not to mention a growing pool of unhappy men in their 50s on the backbenches.
He’s not even in the cabinet yet, but MP Sajid Javid is being talked up as a potential future leader of the Conservative party.