The Justice Secretary is “letting women down” by failing to outlaw “disgraceful” upskirt photos as soon as possible, Labour
A Tory MP says victims of sexual abuse are being “incentivised” to make an allegation in order to get compensation money
He said her case left him feeling 'shame and embarrassment'.
A suicidal teen, whose lack of care prompted a High Court judge to condemn the shortage of treatment for mentally unwell
It comes as poll finds one in three think austerity contributed to the blaze.
Calls for the resignation of the Grenfell Tower inquiry chairman look set to be ignored by the Government. Justice Secretary
When David Lidington next pays a visit to his local YOI, it will be not only as the local MP but as the Cabinet Minister with the serious responsibility of overseeing all prisons in this country. As he makes his visit, he will need to be mindful not only of the acute challenges of these environments, but of the enormous potential within them.
Broadcasters told to 'empty chair' PM if she refuses to take part.
Theresa May will not take part in any live televised election debates, the Conservative Party has said. Jeremy Corbyn accused
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On Brexit, he denied reports he was building a £60billion war-chest to pay any outstanding bills to the EU, but said the
Speaker has angered Tory MPs with 'Remain' vote
Ministers are supporting a move to oust John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons, the Tory MP behind the move has claimed
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Labour’s Shadow Leader of the Lords Baroness Smith said peers have “no intention of trying to sabotage” the Bill, but when
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The row comes after Theresa May’s comments on Sky News last Sunday. She said: “We asked the NHS to set out what it needed
'The fundamental problem is a lack of money'.
Journalist Paul Mason has urged the Government to let hospitals go into the red this year to halt the NHS winter crisis - calling
The five things you need to know on Wednesday, December 7… 1) DEVILLED DETAIL With Theresa May in the Gulf, and no deputy