The Leave.EU campaign today sent out an email blast to subscribers today trying to sell them…. err, car and home insurance. Is founder Arron Banks feeling a bit poor after throwing so much money at the campaign and the fall of the pound?
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is being strongly urged to find a way to protect safety of clubbers while ensuring the historic nightclub Fabric stays open. More broadly, the issue has become a flashpoint over how to reinvigorate the capital’s nightlife.
A Tory MP was widely mocked on Twitter last night after posting a tweet celebrating Olympic wins by the ‘British Empire’ – posted apparently without irony.
A Labour MP who claimed she wanted to protect the rights of EU citizens in Britain sent an astonishing reply to a letter from one such constituent, Political Scrapbook has learnt.
Four years ago when foreign-born British athletes were competing in the Olympics, the Daily Mail and Telegraph called it controversial and said they were “plastic Brits”. And yes, that included Mo Farah and the Belgian-born Bradley Wiggins.
The disgraced former Defence Secretary Liam Fox said he was taking over parts of the Defence and the Foreign Office portfolio, in a newly unearthed interview with an American radio host.
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The Evening Standard yesterday ran an article that illustrated how newspapers are trying to whitewash a lot of the gloom after the EU Referendum vote.
It’s not enough that Mayor of London Sadiq Khan won his bid to be Mayor of London, now he apparently wants to take out your missus too!
Parliament still has a large majority opposed to leaving the EU, Ken Clarke is saying in a new book out soon. But will they be able to stop Brexit?