The starting gun has been fired in the battle to lead Labour’s biggest trade union backer – in a vitally important contest for Sir Keir… Read More »Unite leadership race under way as union announces election to decide Len McCluskey’s successor
Senior civil servants have been told they have until the end of the week to declare any other jobs they hold outside government.
A senior MP says parliament’s email system is less secure than Google’s Gmail as he claimed to have been the victim of Chinese “psy-ops”.
Greensill lobbying row deepens as it emerges top civil servant worked for firm while at Cabinet Office
A senior civil servant worked for Greensill Capital – the financial firm at the centre of the David Cameron lobbying row – while still employed… Read More »Greensill lobbying row deepens as it emerges top civil servant worked for firm while at Cabinet Office
Boris Johnson has ordered a review into Greensill Capital following the David Cameron lobbying controversy – as Rishi Sunak was asked to appear before parliament… Read More »Sunak summoned to parliament over Cameron lobbying controversy as PM orders review
Former cabinet minister and Liberal Democrat peer Shirley Williams – one of the “Gang of Four” who defected from Labour in the early 1980s –… Read More »Ex-cabinet minister and Lib Dem peer Shirley Williams – one of the ‘Gang of Four’ – has died
Former prime minister David Cameron has accepted he should have acted differently over his role in the Greensill lobbying controversy.
David Cameron has been in the headlines recently over his alleged involvement in a lobbying scandal with a firm he advises and the Treasury.
Boris Johnson will not go to Prince Philip’s funeral, and will instead give up his seat to allow another family member to attend.
David Cameron has reportedly told friends it was a mistake to send private text messages to Chancellor Rishi Sunak to help his employer gain access… Read More »David Cameron ‘told friends it was a mistake’ to text chancellor to lobby him for his employer