The leader of Europe’s Liberal MEPs who taunted Alexis Tsipras in the European Parliament for failure to privatise Greece is a highly-paid board member of two Belgian companies involved in …
The publication of the Trade Union Bill confirmed that the Tories intend to neuter the trade unions and undercut the Labour Party’s finances.
New research from the British Election Study has pinpointed one reason why pollsters got the May general election result so wrong.
David Cameron is finally taking a decisive stand against the Islamic State terror group, or ISIL (Islamic State in Iraq and Levant)
A powerful group of Labour MPs and council leaders have urged all four leadership candidates to join the debate on the concept of introducing a federal system to the United …
The United Nations Security Council unanimously endorsed the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers.
Both main unemployment counts showed a significant rise in the three months up to the May election.
Employment relations service ACAS reported that productivity levels in the United Kingdom continue to lag behind competitors and highlighted the “productivity puzzle”.
Tim Farron was elected new leader of the Liberal Democrats. The former party president beat Norman Lamb with 56.5 per cent of the votes cast.
A TUC study found that London is outperforming other parts of Britain in economic and jobs growth, while the economic recovery is weakest in the North West region and Northern …
There was no increase in manufacturing output in the three months to May compared with the previous quarter.
The Government’s tax-free childcare scheme has been given the go-ahead, following a Supreme Court judgment,
Recent child poverty statistics showed that 2.3 million children are still living in relative poverty and half a million more are living in absolute poverty than in 2010.
Official figures showed that Britain’s trading position with the rest of the world improved slightly in the first quarter of the year.
Chancellor George Osborne claimed that his seventh Budget offered the country a “new contract”, but the unions called it a “con trick”.