Some Tories believe they could elect a new prime minister amongst themselves – before giving members a say in a year’s time.
With no money forthcoming from central government, the north east town wants its own alternative to austerity.
The Prime Minister has renewed her appeal to the leader of the opposition to join Brexit talks.
Until the economy’s overdependence on finance is ended, lower prices risk triggering a recession that costs us all.
The message, from a driver’s perspective, is clear – take the work you are given, or you may find the quality and quantity of the work offered starts to deteriorate.
As expected, the prime minister won comfortably. But tonight’s result lays the conditions for future rebellion in both parties.
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The independent unionist MP for North Down says she will never vote to let Jeremy Corbyn into Downing Street, meaning Labour must convince a Tory MP in her place.
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Since it was announced in 2010, the project to transform the benefits system has been beset by problems. What is going wrong?