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.
I had never heard of Stephen Gibson, and I imagine neither had most people, until he appeared on the Today programme to bewail the modest profits of Royal Mail.
Around the world, some 21 million people are in forced labour – modern-day slavery – according to the International Labour Organisation.
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 …
The Tory civil war will continue long after the European Union referendum, predicts Ian Hernon
Labour’s debate on the economy has been a long time coming.
Greece has been forced to face a fresh round of austerity cuts in order to secure international debt aid to pay off previous help from the International Monetary Fund and …
David Cameron’s promise of a more “compassionate” approach to social reform in the Queen’s Speech immediately unravelled due to a broken promise.
The Government’s flagship benefit reform has “serious design flaws” and has “veered off track” because of cost-cutting, the Resolution Foundation think tank warned.
Channel 4 News has obtained further evidence that shows the Conservative Party bankrolled a possibly illegal operation to bus activists to key marginal seats to campaign for local candidates at …
Ian Hernon gives his assessment of the UK’s ‘super Thursday’ elections on May 5 2016
Junior doctors were left with no choice but to take industrial action. GP Dr David Wrigley joined them on the picket line and offers these thoughts
It was not exactly a ringing vindication, but as a first national electoral test of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership it was by no means a poor result.
As I approach my first year anniversary serving as Member of Parliament for Lancaster and Fleetwood, I’m taking this opportunity to reflect on the events of the past 12 months.
A senior civil servant will be given a fresh chance on May 3 to explain the more than £1 billion of criminal assets that should have been seized by the …
Government ruses to avoid srcutiny are working, warns Vincent Moss
Jon Trickett says local election day is an opportunity for Labour to send a message on behalf of all those belittled and betrayed by a vicious and incompetent Conservative Government
If anybody is thinking of sitting out the local council elections, I sincerely urge you to think again.
American President Barack Obama intervened in the UK referendum on European Union membership with a hint at punitive action if Brexit wins the day, saying that Britain would have to …
Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary Owen Smith branded the Government’s National Living Wage as a con-trick when put in the context of benefit cuts.
There is a global power elite whose members owe no loyalty to nation states. They owe no loyalty to our health service, our education system, or even our industrial heartlands.