Beekeepers, football mascots and the police could all fall victim to UKIP’s totally thought through ban on face coverings.
A special advisor to Chancellor Philip Hammond has become the third senior Tory staff member to quit Whitehall ahead of the general election.
UKIP want school girls from “at risk groups” to face an invasive medical check for signs of genital mutilation at least once a year – and every time they return from a trip abroad.
George Osborne has been named and shamed by fellow MPs over his conduct in relation to his appointment as editor of the London Evening Standard.
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To Scotland now where the Tories are embroiled in an embarrassing row with one of their own local election candidates over whether he agreed to stand.
What have a millionaire, a privately educated son of an MP and a former Lehman Brothers spin doctor got in common? They’re all writing the Tory manifesto.
Arron Banks’ bid to become the MP for Clacton hasn’t got off to the best of starts.
Theresa May said that she wouldn’t criticise the Daily Mail for its “crush the saboteurs” front page because she believes we “should stand up for the freedom of the press” – but it appears her willingness to stand up for freedom of the press ends at their right to ask her a question.
Labour’s shadow energy minister Barry Gardiner was living up to his title earler today with an explosive performance on Sky News.