The sacking of shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn sparked an immediate revolt against Jeremy Corbyn.
Like the four runaway Alaskan locomotives in Andrei Konchalovsky’s 1985 survival thriller, the United Kingdom is now in the hands of two dangerous men. But our runaway train hasn’t hit …
The British and European Establishments were left reeling by a narrow but convincing exit vote in the EU referendum.
Michael Gove, the Justice Secretary, has dumped one of the worst performing criminal courts in England and Wales on the new devolved Greater Manchester regional authority.
Four times as many people wait two hours or more for an ambulance, compared to three years ago.
A further 12 months have been granted to Kent Police to investigate claims of improper election spending by the Conservative Party.
Around the world, some 21 million people are in forced labour – modern-day slavery – according to the International Labour Organisation.
The criminal justice system is close to breaking point, “bedevilled by long-standing poor performance including delays and inefficiencies, the cross-party Public Accounts Committee warned.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills found that 6.49 million employees in the UK were trade union members in 2015
The collapse of retail chain BHS, with the loss of up to 11,000 jobs, continued to raise disturbing questions of probity involving top UK financial and commercial institutions
Former Argentine junta leader Reynaldo Bignone was sentenced to 20 years in prison for crimes committed under Operation Condor – a 1970s’ conspiracy between South America’s dictators to murder leftists …
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley admitted to MPs that he paid workers below the national minimum wage.
There has been a marked increase in home working – 241,000 more people than 10 years ago, a rise of 19 per cent.
Tony Blair warned that it would be a “very dangerous experiment” for the UK to give Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn power.
Britain is heading for a knife-edge referendum result which is unlikely to close the question of membership of the European Union.
Delegates at the annual conference of construction union UCATT voted in favour of a merger with or a transfer of engagements to the Unite general union.
Civil servants at the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) are planning to go to arbitration as the organisation stands accused of targeting black, disabled and ethnic minority staff by …
Laboury risks becoming “irrelevant to the majority of working people” because it fails to represent their concerns about immigration, Europe, crime and welfare.
Many older pensioners are worse off than their younger counterparts by thousands of pounds a year on average.
A new, enhanced form of the famous “divi” scheme under which all customer-members receive a proportion of profits through discounts will be introduced
UK industry is in recession, the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics showed.
A Labour government that would be more radical than Clement Attlee’s but more economically responsible than the last administrations which gave free rein to bankers, the Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell …