Lockdown first came into effect in March and the UK has been slowly lifting the rules to allow people back to work, schools and high streets. But last...

The deal gives Berlin a veto in the event of a hostile bid for the airline.  Germany’s rescue package for flagship carrier Lufthansa is a “very,...

The Electoral Commission said today the “risk” of holding a series of votes across Britain would still be high in May. In a letter to the Cabinet...

Rishi Sunak will announce his first Budget as Chancellor on Wednesday – less than a month after replacing Sajid Javid in the top Government role....

Featuring at the top of her five pledges, dubbed the Plan for Britain’s Future, Jo Swinson pledges to stop Brexit – something the Lib Dems passed...

Mrs May made an agreement with Brussels that the UK would play by similar rules as it has done in the past in regard to competition, state aid, and workplace...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he would be prepared to leave the EU without a deal if no further negotiation on a withdrawal agreement are successful....

Pilots of the scheme were carried out in yesterday’s polls in Bromley, Gosport, Swindon, Watford and Woking in a bid to cut down on voter fraud. But...

A panel made up of senior figures from both Leave and Remain camps are penning 50 “fixes” in a major Government-backed review that will scrap unnecessary...

Kellogg’s is set to scrap popular breakfast cereal Ricicles. For those not in the know, the cereal is sugar frosted toasted rice. The £2.70 breakfast...

The £13billion-a-year levy paid by house and business promises buyers “gums up” the housing market, traps people in unsuitable dwellings...