Former Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has claimed ex Labour leader Ed Miliband held him back from adopting a more “pro-business agenda”. In an interview with the BBC’s Nick Robinson the former MP for Morley and Outwood signaled there had been divisions at the very top of the party over its economic policy, but maintained he […]
RELATIVES of victims of Britain’s worst rail disaster yesterday marked the 100th anniversary of the Quintinshill crash.
KEZIA Dugdale has pledged to “transform” Scottish Labour after staking her claim to replace Jim Murphy as leader.
FORMER Lib Dem Cabinet minister Alistair Carmichael faced calls to quit politics last night after he admitted leaking a memo that claimed SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon wanted a Tory election victory.
LAVISH six-figure “golden goodbye” payments for public-sector chiefs are to be banned in next week’s Queen Speech.
BANK of England officials have secretly assembled an undercover task force to research the effects of leaving the European Union, it has been revealed.
Maritime experts predict turtles, jellyfish and the UK’s biggest fish are due to arrive at our shores as conditions become warmer
Students have voted overwhelmingly in favour of keeping the centuries-old tradition of wearing gowns, suits and mortarboards to exams
Israel’s newly-elected cabinet gathered for a traditional photo in Jerusalem this week, but the three female members need not have showed up as ultra-Orthodox media edited them out.
The Prime Minister said his pledge to claw back powers from the EU would take ‘patience and tenacity’ and warned he did not rule out campaigning to pull Britain out of the union.