The leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn has refuted claims he called the Prime Minister a “stupid woman” at the last Prime Minister’s Questions of the year.
As the press gathered in Downing Street for an early evening press conference, the Prime Minister stuck to her plan and refused to budge on her widely panned Brexit deal.
The prime minister addressed the nation after a historic five-hour meeting of the cabinet to announce they had approved the draft withdrawal agreement set out by UK and EU negotiators.
The Chancellor has set out his plans for tax and spending for the coming year, promising more money for the NHS, schools and an end to austerity.
When the Prime Minister called for a General Election on April 18, Jeremy Corbyn was seen by many as the outsider; unfathomable that he might come close to Downing Street.
This morning The Times published a YouGov poll, predicting a hung parliament. Continue reading Are we watching a repeat of the U.S. election taking place in the UK?
Nigel Farage’s successor as Ukip leader is to run for the parliamentary seat of Boston and Skegness. Continue reading Ukip leader Paul Nuttall is to stand for Parliament in Boston and Skegness
A new poll has given the Conservatives a lead equal to Labour’s total polling figures.
Conducted by ComRes for the Sunday Mirror, it is projecting that Theresa May’s party is twice as far ahead as Jeremy Corbyn in the race to secure Downing Street. Continue reading Poll awards Conservatives highest vote share since 1991