The deadline is nearly upon us.
The country is set to go to the polls on 8 June, but there’s still time for political parties to select candidates for consideration
Conservative grandee warns of firms moving overseas
Theresa May faced anger from Nicola Sturgeon and ridicule from some Tory MPs as she refused repeatedly to give more details
This wasn't pretty.
The head of the official Brexit campaign was accused of holding the British public in “contempt” today after repeatedly cancelling
Nigel Farage's warning in the face of EU migration that "Britain is full" has been summarily dismissed by the government's
An independent Scotland could have to raise taxes by as much as £20,000 per person in order to ensure financial stability
Royal Bank of Scotland is shutting down its controversial Global Restructuring Group (GRG), after suffering a maelstrom of
Bankers claiming that they are regulated too much should produce detailed figures to back up their complaints, senior Tory