The Lib Dems are unlikely to win the election — but they could be kingmakers.
The party rebranded its press account ‘factcheckUK’ during a leaders’ election debate Tuesday night.
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.
Decades-old campaign financing rules make it harder to distinguish between national and local spending, and keep track of who’s buying election ads on social media.
The victim of a social media hoax now hopes to use the incident to his own advantage.
Our survival as a party and arguably that of our nation itself, depends on people having a stake in this country.
Despite repeated calls for new electoral rules, British politicians and regulators have dragged their feet.
Delay to next Commission leaves EU in holding pattern.
Speech sets out what Boris Johnson wants his government to do.
The below is co-authored by Professor Keith Lewis, a Director of Sciovis. Sir Paul Nurse has regularly written and appeared on the BBC describing what a disaster it will be for British science when we leave the EU and that this would clearly be worse if we exited without a deal. Amongst his reasons is […]
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From star performers to strugglers — every confirmation session, super-abbreviated and rated.
The Neoliberal Manifesto, a joint project between the Adam Smith Institute and 1828, champions an approach based on freedom, markets and choice.
PM is facing several inquiries over claims he broke a code of conduct by not declaring a relationship with Arcuri.
The UK government is preparing to send Brexit proposals to Brussels today.
The only sustainable route to reducing carbon emissions will come precisely from the sorts of innovation that drive the “fairytales” that she bemoans.
Unconfrontational hearing looked more like a coronation than a grilling.
In his one nod to Brexit, PM likened the process of quitting the EU to Greek mythology.
Schedule expected to be finalized on Thursday.
The UK has yet to call a snap election, as expected. But on social media, political groups are already highly active.
POLITICO details who reports to whom.
First woman selected for EU’s top post announces portfolios.
All you need to know about Ursula von der Leyen’s team.
Nominees must be confirmed by the European Parliament.
Home Office admits Britain’s new immigration system will not be in place until at least 2021.
The EU executive put forward a plan allowing access to two special funds to help address the possible economic impact.
The Prime Minister prefers technological progress, “the Promethean power of the human race to solve problems”, to the left’s restrictive, top-down answers.
Plus, 325 companies are considering a move over concerns about losing access to the EU’s single market.
‘We have tens of thousands of Commission officials who have certainly bright and good ideas,’ says chief spokesperson.
French president lays out strategy for G7 summit.