'The Conservatives’ record on housing is six years of failure, and in no area is this more painfully clear than homelessness'
Theresa May's administration called an unexpected halt to the project amid security and viability concerns
The Big Questions: Mr Smith plans to make the pledge an official Labour position if he wins the leadership race
We’re right back to where we started: home ownership remains totally out of reach to all but the highest earners with access to a huge deposit
Stefan Loefven said a tax competition between EU states could make Brexit neogtiations more difficult
Anti-sugar campaigners call the new obesity strategy a 'national scandal'
'We shouldn’t wait to see the outcome of the two elections in Germany and France, that suggestion is yet another attempt to turn this referendum result into a neverendum’
The film has emerged following the party's attempt to end the scandal with a report that cleared senior figures
There is a simple test that should be applied to such legislation – ‘do as you would be done by’
David Anderson QC's report means Theresa May can move ahead with her controversial data legislation, but she faces potential opposition in the Lords
As Sadiq Khan, a shrewd EU watcher, has noted, inserting a rushed UK withdrawal from Europe into a crucial election year in both France and Germany is not smart
Exclusive: The Saudi Ambassador has also held an influential panel post over the last year
Advisers, including big four accountants, PwC, Deloitte, KPMG and EY could be hit with massive bills if they help clients aggressively avoid tax
Exclusive poll also finds those questioned preferred Theresa May to both Labour contenders by an overwhelming margin when asked who they would want in Downing Street
'Expanding the grammar school system will not redress the inequality in access to Oxbridge,' a researcher said
The message comes amid growing uncertainty over what was only recently touted as a 'golden era' of bilateral relations