The government lost a key vote, and it’s a big deal.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn told MPs about cross-party working to deal with claims of sexual abuse and harassment of Parliamentary staff. The leaders both spoke briefly at the start of PMQs, following media coverage alleging abuse of staff working in Westminster. The prime minister said “this demands a response” and said Commons leader Andrea […]
The Brexit vote continues to divide Britain, particularly over the subject of immigration. Boston, Lincolnshire saw the highest Brexit result in the country, with 75.6% voting to exit the EU. Many cited a massive local influx of eastern European workers as their reason for wanting to leave. But one group of Leave voters is fed […]
Image copyright PA Image caption Irish minister for foreign affairs Simon Coveney was speaking in Brussels Technical solutions alone will not solve the problem of the Irish border after Brexit, the Irish minister for foreign affairs has said. Simon Coveney was speaking in Brussels. He also stressed the importance of free movement of people, goods […]