Labour hit back at the Tories' "threat to living standards", Theresa May launched the Scottish Conservative manifesto and Tim Farron labelled the Prime Minister as a "lunch-snatcher". Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -
Across the UK Brexit has carved new fault lines in British politics. Old tribal loyalties of left and right, Labour and Conservative, have broken down. As they prepare to go to the ballot box, voters.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
The government's new conciliatory tone towards business, signalled by the Queen's Speech yesterday, has been welcomed by business groups.
Its policy document said that it intends to consult more.. City A.M.
Theresa May has torn up much of the Conservative manifesto to deliver a legislative timetable for the next two years dominated by preparations for Brexit. Of the 27 bills and draft bills unveiled in.. Nottingham Post
Much of the Conservative manifesto has been torn up by Theresa May as the Queen delivered a legislative timetable for the next two years dominated by preparations for Brexit. Of 27 Bills and draft.. West Briton Also reported by •The Cornishman •Cornish Guardian
Little survives in the Queen's Speech of the flagship policies from the Conservative manifesto unveiled with great fanfare by Theresa May just five weeks ago.Some party insiders have blamed Mrs May's.. Plymouth Herald
In this week's tax update: tax scams, the pruning of Conservative manifesto following election, HMRC's non-statutory clearance service, professional bodies approved for tax relief and VAT updates. Mondaq
The battle to lead one of parliament's most respected watchdogs is heating up, with a second MP going public on their bid to take control.
Jacob Rees-Mogg told City A.M. last week that he wanted to.. City A.M.
Like you, I have absolutely no idea what Brexit means now.
It may as well mean breakfast, as so many politicians have accidently dubbed it in the past year. And it is certainly a political dog’s.. City A.M.
Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit vision lies in tatters. Until now, May's particular variety of so-called hard Brexit has included Britain dropping the EU's freedom of movement principle which.. City A.M.
Social media giants and technology firms could face new penalties for extremist content under new plans being considered by the British and French governments.
Prime Minister Theresa May is visiting.. City A.M.
THREE quarters (74 per cent) of tech professionals in London believe that policies outlined in the Conservative manifesto, if implemented, will restrict access to talent in the UK tech sector and.. City A.M.