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Hancock willing to meet parents of man who died in a secure hospital

The health secretary has said he is willing to meet the parents of a man who died following eight years in a secure hospital.

  • January 15th 2020 at 11:54

Foreign criminal convictions not passed on to home countries after glitch

A computer glitch resulted in the UK failing to pass on the details of an estimated 75,000 convictions of foreign criminals to their home EU countries, it has been revealed.

  • January 15th 2020 at 10:54

PM warned not to 'let the fox into the hen house' with Huawei decision

Boris Johnson has been warned not to "let the fox into the hen house" by allowing Huawei a role in Britain's 5G infrastructure.

  • January 15th 2020 at 09:39

Effigy of 'undesirable' UK ambassador burned in Iran

Iranian protesters have burned an effigy of the UK's ambassador in Tehran as the country's judiciary called the diplomat an "undesirable element".

  • January 14th 2020 at 17:57

'Stalkerish' Labour peer suspended after harassment complaints

A Labour peer has been suspended after his "stalkerish" behaviour was ruled to have breached parliamentary rules on sexual harassment.

  • January 14th 2020 at 17:30

Britons can 'bung a bob for a Big Ben Brexit bong', Boris believes

A public fundraiser could allow Big Ben to chime for Brexit after MPs decided the £500,000 cost could not be justified.

  • January 14th 2020 at 08:41

Johnson rejects Scottish independence referendum request

Boris Johnson has once again batted away suggestions of a second referendum on Scottish independence in a letter to Nicola Sturgeon.

  • January 14th 2020 at 13:08

PM: Chances of Harry Dunn suspect facing extradition 'very low'

Boris Johnson has said the chances of the US handing over Anne Sacoolas, the woman suspected of causing Harry Dunn's death in a car crash, are "very low".

  • January 14th 2020 at 09:02

Johnson employs Cameron's 'vanity' photographer

Boris Johnson has employed David Cameron's former personal photographer as a special adviser.

  • January 13th 2020 at 20:03

Labour leadership: Thornberry makes it through to next round as Lewis withdraws

Emily Thornberry has narrowly made it through to the next round of the Labour leadership contest, as Clive Lewis pulled out of the race to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.

  • January 13th 2020 at 14:54

UK's financial offer for new N Ireland deal 'falls way short'

The UK government's financial offer as part of a deal to restore devolution to Northern Ireland "falls way short of what was expected", Stormont's finance minister has said.

  • January 13th 2020 at 12:12

PM in Belfast to meet leaders of power-sharing executive

Boris Johnson is meeting Northern Ireland's newly-appointed leaders for talks in the wake of the restoration of power-sharing at Stormont.

  • January 13th 2020 at 12:12

'Greatest conservative of our age' dies aged 75

Sir Roger Scruton has been hailed as the "greatest conservative of our age" after his death at the age of 75.

  • January 13th 2020 at 09:43

PM and Taoiseach to meet leaders of power-sharing executive

Boris Johnson and Leo Varadkar are set to meet the leaders of Northern Ireland's restored power-sharing executive on a visit to Belfast.

  • January 13th 2020 at 03:04

Ireland issues warning to the UK about post-Brexit talks

Brussels will not be rushed into reaching a Brexit deal just because the UK has outlawed the extension of talks, Ireland's deputy prime minister has warned.

  • January 12th 2020 at 15:30

Jess Phillips suspends aide over 'unacceptable' tweets

Labour leadership challenger Jess Phillips has suspended her office manager over "completely unacceptable" tweets, as she stressed the need for zero tolerance of antisemitism.

  • January 12th 2020 at 13:40

Labour contender Long-Bailey vows to scrap House of Lords

Labour leadership hopeful Rebecca Long-Bailey has told Sky News she would abolish the House of Lords if she got to Downing Street.

  • January 12th 2020 at 09:27

Defence secretary fears US may no longer be UK's key ally in conflicts

Britain may have to fight future conflicts without the help of the US as its key ally, Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has warned.

  • January 12th 2020 at 02:18

Devolution restored as power-sharing resumes in Northern Ireland

Power-sharing has resumed in Northern Ireland, with the DUP's Arlene Foster elected first minister and Sinn Fein's Michelle O’Neill elected deputy first minister.

  • January 11th 2020 at 13:44

Sir Keir Starmer: Labour must set out 'radical vision' to win back voters

Sir Keir Starmer has said Labour must retain its radicalism while making itself relevant to people's everyday lives as he launches his leadership campaign.

  • January 11th 2020 at 04:04
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