With Brexit well and truly back on the agenda, the government is having to balance the fallout over its controversial bill and coronavirus at the… Read More »Five things we learnt from this week’s Sophy Ridge On Sunday
The new deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats has vowed to help the party build a “winning campaign machine” as it seeks a reversal of… Read More »New Lib Dem deputy leader vows to help build ‘winning campaign machine’
NHS staff who risked their lives during the coronavirus pandemic are demanding a pay rise and threatening strikes despite warnings of a second wave.
Downing Street is calling for “more realism” from the EU in trade negotiations but believes a post-Brexit trade deal is still possible despite a tumultuous… Read More »Brexit trade deal still possible despite tumultuous week, says Downing Street
Traditionally, Conservative prime ministers can be relied upon to stick to the rules internationally and free people at home from as much unnecessary state control… Read More »PM faces growing unrest as backbenchers draw a line in the sand
It seems there is no amount of pressure from the European Union that would make Boris Johnson yield over his plans to annul the Withdrawal… Read More »Tory rebels could yet throw Boris Johnson off track over Brexit
The UK government has rejected EU demands to scrap draft legislation that Brussels deems a “clear breach” of the Brexit withdrawal deal.
“Trust has been eroded” and “tensions have been created” as result of Boris Johnson’s move to override parts of his Brexit deal with the EU,… Read More »‘A lot of anger’ across Europe at Johnson’s move to override Brexit deal – Irish PM
Boris Johnson has spoken of his hope for regular mass coronavirus testing of the population as a route back to a more normal life.