A 17-year-old teenager from Bradford was convicted yesterday of making a pipe bomb and warning that ‘more was to come’ in social media postings.
It attracted an unprecedented 1.8 million signatures, but apparently public opinion is only important when it aligns with government policy.
We all know that Trump fans have a special love for ‘alternative facts’ – so it’s probably best we call them out before they get too prominent.
The weakness in the Pound and increasing shortages of workers is likely to drive up prices for basic foodstuff in coming years, if employers are anything to go by.
Trump’s campaign are hoping to bring American cheerleaders to accompany him to his trip to Britain, to ensure he isn’t left saddened by protests.
Tory MPs and the Telegraph newspaper, desperate to please Donald Trump after last week’s embarrassing ban, are still taking aim at John Bercow.
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A graph created by the BBC, based on figures by the independent Institute of Fiscal Studies, undermines the claims by the Tory govermnment that they are adequately funding the NHS.
The Tories have put the UK steel industry on a list of ‘low priorities’ according to a leaked document – sparking outrage from MPs who represent steel workers in their area.
Late on Wednesday the government quietly let it slip that it was abandoning the child refugees programme it had earlier agreed to.