The Scottish National Party is making a last-ditch bid to block the bill taking the UK out of the European Union from becoming law, on the final day of its passage through parliament.
Tories accepted £200,000 from Russians days after refusing to publish interference report 21/11/2019
The Conservative Party accepted £200,000 from the wife of a former Russian finance minister under president Putin, just days after refusing to publish a report into Russian interference in UK elections.
The Chancellor has warned there will be no alignment with EU regulations after Brexit - despite a pledge being made in the North East by Boris Johnson that standards would be protected.
MPs call for unlimited fines for electoral law breaches to stem flow of 'dirty money and dodgy data' 19/01/2020
Fines seen by some donors as ‘just the cost of doing business’, says electoral watchdog.
The Conservatives will only have a mandate to take Scotland out of the EU if they win the general election in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has claimed.
Britain's moves to leave the European Union may complicate life for our exporters but will not damage New Zealand’s economy, Prof Robert Patman says.
AC GRAYLING established himself as a leading thinker of the Remain campaign. He argues that the cause is not lost and that it is well worth continuing the fight.
A mix of sadness, relief and desire to move on has greeted the UK election results among groups representing EU nationals in the UK and British residents in the EU.
If you're only voting Tory because Boris Johnson got a Brexit deal, this is what you need to know now 11/12/2019
Johnson’s deal splits the UK into two: Northern Ireland will follow EU rules without a say on them, effectively becoming an EU colony. And as for Great Britain.... well, he hasn’t nailed anything down.
General election: 25 key seats where tactical voting could help deliver new Brexit referendum 12/12/2019
Campaigners for a Final Say referendum have released a list of 25 key general election seats where tactical voting could block a Conservative majority and pave the way for Brexit to be put back in the hands of the people.
The general election will be the point of no return for the UK in the current phase of its decline, and the US is heading in the same direction.
John Major breaks Tory ranks as he urges young voters to stop Boris Johnson's Brexit plan 06/12/2019
Sir John Major will tonight call on millions of young people to use their votes to derail Boris Johnson’s Brexit plans in an extraordinary general election intervention.
Former Tory PM John Major to join election rally aimed at blocking Boris Johnson majority 06/12/2019
A former Tory Prime Minister is set to join an election rally aimed at preventing Boris Johnson from winning a Commons majority.
If Remainers unite we can kick Boris Johnson out of Downing Street and stop Brexit from happening.
The 12 December election is on a knife edge and tactical voting could stop Boris Johnson keeping the keys to Number 10.
The threat of a no-deal Brexit remains on the table, Boris Johnson has suggested, as he confirmed preparations for an exit to WTO terms will continue if he wins the election.
Tory joins Chuka Umunna and Sam Gyimah in plea to back Lib Dems to stop Brexit
Anti-Brexit campaigners unveil fresh analysis of most crucial marginals where tactical voting matters most.
A swath of guides have been launched for the December 12 election as some voters plan to cast their ballot on Brexit.
Emily Maitlis has turned her attentions to the Tory’s central Brexit pledge, which took a couple of seconds to fall apart, and less than a minute to demolish entirely.
We look at the ethics of tactical voting in the 2019 general election, and why you should hold your nose and vote for a candidate from a party you might not endorse as a party of government.
Former Tory grandee accuses Boris Johnson of pursuing an ‘utterly disastrous’ Brexit policy.
The Tory grandee has served under Thatcher and Major - but tonight he said die-hard Tory voters should back either the handful of 'defrocked' Conservatives, or the Lib Dems.
Questions about the British government's failure to release a report on Russia's interference in the country's politics have continued to dog Prime Minister Boris Johnson as critics said leaks from the document raised concerns about the security of next month's election.