Downing Street eschews major Whitehall revamp in favor of ‘minor realignments.’
The prime minister’s formula to revamp the NHS has three ingredients: a funding windfall, closer scrutiny and a technological boost.
Can have a bold enough economic policy that people in these newly gained seats can see the difference in five years’ time?
The PM now has the political capital to pursue any Brexit he chooses — but he still needs to win agreement in Brussels.
A likely bug in the social network’s transparency tools made paid-for messages worth a combined £7.4 million inaccessible to scrutiny.
Confused about how the UK’s general election is playing out online? POLITICO has you covered.
In leaked recording, Jonathan Ashworth says the election looks ‘dire for Labour.’
A new Conservative Government will need to transform the economy. It remains to be seen whether this be done with a majority based on northern, post-industrial Britain.
Brexit will not be the only factor determining the outcome of the UK election, says shadow chancellor.
Asked about the NHS, Donald Trump said: ‘We want nothing to do with it.’
EU nationals who became British wary of revoking Brexit without a fresh vote.
POLITICO teamed up with researchers from NYU to crunch the numbers about how British political groups are spending money on Facebook.
The government sees the need for a ‘seafood crisis intervention scheme’ if the UK departs the EU without a deal.
The SNP demands a second independence referendum next year and an end to austerity.
SNP demands second Scottish independence referendum next year and extra funding for Scotland in exchange for support in Westminster.
A Tory-led government would focus on delivering Brexit, improving the NHS and addressing the cost of living, Boris Johnson said.
The move piles pressure on Boris Johnson ahead of the Tory manifesto launch.
The Labour Party hopes to win the December election with a radical plan to take on the rich.
Jeremy Corbyn positioned his party as a moderate Brexit option.
The Lib Dems are unlikely to win the election — but they could be kingmakers.
The party says its plan would boost growth, but the proposals clash with tried-and-true methods.
Labour says plans would cost £20 billion up front, but BT says total price tag could be as high as £100 billion.
The move leaves Brussels wrestling with a thorny legal problem and a possible further delay in the new European Commission taking office.
Proposal by Finland’s EU presidency would keep out China and possibly Turkey too.
Boris Johnson must choose between regulatory alignment with the EU or the US, but it’s not an easy decision.
Economists say Boris Johnson’s ‘Brexit dividend’ does not exist.
‘It is really important for us to emphasize that we are currently operating within severe threat,’ says assistant chief constable.
The media furore surrounding Boris Johnson’s proposal to the EU demonstrates once again how the debate around Brexit has shifted. Whereas once the debate was dominated by the economic arguments for and against, often weighed against other issues such as immigration and sovereignty, we have come to the point where politicians are focused on the […]
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Ever since the EU referendum, there’s rightly been renewed focus on how to help poorer places. Helpfully there is decades of evidence about what does and doesn’t work.
New domestic proposals overshadowed by internal conflict within British opposition party.