Unacceptable. Truly shocking. Not what should be happening – this is how Tory minister Penny Mordaunt described the treatment of disabled people under her own party.
Ding, ding! Alastair Campbell came out swinging against Brexit today as he went the distance in a box office bout with Nigel Farage.
In the week that the Government is set to finally “take back control” from Brussels by triggering Article 50, it has also decided to hand control of one of Britain’s busiest rail networks to Beijing.
Tory Brexiteer turned International Trade Secretary Liam Fox told voters during last year’s referendum campaign that EU immigration made it “very difficult for the NHS to know how many doctors and nurses will be required.”
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A Tory MP notorious for his outspoken anti-feminist views used Parliamentary time today to moan that he’s “hated” by all 16,000 of his Twitter followers.
Ukip’s Lord Pearson has been caught out campaigning unsuccessfully for access to a website blocked by Parliament because it propagates “hate” and “racism.”
The Government has today been told it cannot deliver Brexit on top of all its existing commitments with the current number of civil servants.
Chancellor Philip Hammond and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson have joined the ranks of Tory MPs who top-up their Parliamentary pay as landlords.
The hard right Prime Minister of Poland has leapt on the Westminster terror attack to justify her refusal to accept refugees.