A new study by the respected Joseph Rowntree Foundation says millions more are in poverty, while income figures show no change. What is going on?
The Foreign Secretary has been accused by Russia of trying to divide Moscow and Washington
UK Government says it will not act unilaterally to guarantee the rights of EU citizens in Britain
Church of England leader will likely figure in planning for US President's state visit to Britain
The Government is refusing to reveal the exact date it will trigger the EU exit clause
I know the rent on the house is high but I’m sure that if you make a few savings you’ll be able to afford it without me. And incidentally, talking about the house, I’d like to keep using the cycling machine, if you don’t mind
There are various ways to keep bad news out of the media, but are we seeing in this country the same kind of two-faced approach that Donald Trump embodies with more razzamataz?
More than a quarter of employers also believe that the EU nationals they employ are considering leaving their jobs and possibly the country in 2017
Former taoiseach says Theresa May’s Brexit policy could lead to a hard border between the North and the Republic
Labour peer Alf Dubs condemns the PM’s move as ‘shabby cop-out”
Prime Minister retains position as UK's most-liked politician
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It was entirely within the interests of the tech giant's CEO to turn on the charm with the UK's Brexit backing Government when he met with the PM
Negotiations for a potential trade deal will only start after Brexit agreement struck, concludes bloc
Barbara Winton issues personal appeal to PM amid mounting storm over betrayal of Dubs Amendment, named after Labour peer whom her father saved from Nazi tyranny as a child
Service says it ‘continues to meet all of its operational tasking’ in opaque statement’