Greater Manchester’s MPs have gained over £1.6 million from financial interests since 19 December 2019, according to the Westminster Accounts
Mayor Andy Burnham has praised Labour’s new report on constitutional change in the UK. The report includes plans to abolish
In his autumn budget statement, chancellor Jeremy Hunt has confirmed millions of households will see energy bills go up by
The new year may seem like the COVID-19 pandemic is coming to a blessed end. As most parts of everyday
“The party at this moment in time is travelling in the wrong direction”: Ian Lavery MP on Labour’s future after Hartlepool
‘Super Thursday’ proved to be a miserable day for Labour, in what was the first public referendum on the glossy
The recent disgust and anger of inadequate food parcels has now sparked debate over the outsourcing of Government affairs to
It will not have been lost on many observers that the seemingly endless line of nationwide Labour Hustings have been consistent with a party that looks set to back a radical redistribution of power and opportunity away from the clutches of Whitehall.
As the October 31 Brexit deadline swiftly approaches, the Government are preparing for yet another hectic week of negotiations and debate for Britain’s departure from the EU.
Recap: Protests, blimps and very little else at lacklustre Conservative Party Conference in Manchester
A conference that came and went in the blink of an eye and ended with a predictable Boris rhetorical onslaught has now already been forgotten.
Following the flurry of admissions to drug use by Conservative MPs this spring, a growing number of petitions have been launched to enforce mandatory drug tests for all parliamentarians.
Love her or loathe her, Theresa May’s Brexit deal gamble appears to have been scuppered after the Prime Minister promised to resign last night once the negotiation process is over.