Politics - Archive

February 2019 articles

The UK government has contracted outside help on Brexit in deals worth £107m since the 2016 EU referendum. [...]

23 February

Ireland has revealed a package of emergency laws in case of a no-deal Brexit, warning that if no agreement is reached it would [...]

22 February

The Chinese foreign ministry has said it would welcome a visit from the UK government's chancellor of the exchequer, Philip [...]

22 February

Ian Austin has quit the Labour party this morning, in another blow to Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. [...]

22 February

Take a seat, Democrats, your messiah for the 2020 presidential race has arrived, in the form of socialist septuagenarian Bernie [...]

22 February

Is the timing now right for a new centre party like the Independent Group to flourish? [...]

22 February
22 February

As a free market liberal, I’m becoming more cynical by the day. [...]

22 February

Credit where it’s due, Philip Hammond has finally conquered the deficit – albeit several years after his predecessor George [...]

22 February

Are we witnessing the dawn of a new political age, or the spasm of a few politically homeless MPs? [...]

21 February

Theresa May has insisted the Conservative party has not become “warped” after three resigning MPs accused it of being in [...]

21 February

The City of London Corporation has been forced into an "embarrassing" U-turn after a decision to turn down LGBT funding applications [...]

21 February

The UK has admitted it will not be able to sign a trade deal with Japan that matches the EU’s own agreement before the 29 March [...]

21 February

Britain's planned departure from the EU exposes many issues. A key one is the economic path the UK will choose. Less commonly [...]

21 February

The UK has been a leading light in the development and testing of machine intelligence since Alan Turing’s pioneering work [...]

21 February