Politics - Archive

February 2018 articles

The future of the UK’s immigration system after Brexit will be decided this year when the government brings forward its Immigration [...]

14 February
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The Financial Conduct Authority has “lost control” of its report into RBS’ controversial restructuring unit GRG, according [...]

13 February
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The Treasury Select Committee will publish the explosive report into Royal Bank of Scotland's global restructuring unit (RBS [...]

13 February
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The ONS is shifting the day it releases certain monthly data after concerns that the data was "not fully understood" by MPs before [...]

13 February
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Sadiq Khan has given the green light to a scheme that will deliver up to 100 per cent affordable homes using offsite construction. [...]

13 February
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Is it Brexit yet? No - but the official date may be closer than you think, with reports suggesting the UK is falling in with [...]

13 February
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The UK government has created its own artificial intelligence tool to help identify extremist content online in its latest bid [...]

13 February
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The chancellor Philip Hammond will embark on a tour of EU capitals over the next fortnight, as his cabinet colleagues prepare [...]

13 February
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So much for US Republicans starving the government beast. [...]

13 February
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In light of the Haiti prostitution scandal, should Oxfam lose UK government funding? [...]

13 February
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Businesses are to be challenged over sexual harassment in the workplace as part of a new inquiry from the Women and Equalities [...]

13 February
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MPs have accused the Big Four accountancy firms of “feasting” on Carillion as it headed towards insolvency. [...]

13 February
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A group of senior MPs have advised the government to act urgently in setting a price cap on energy tariffs to fix the "broken" [...]

13 February
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Theresa May and Irish taoiseach Leo Varadkar are to work together to agree "a comprehensive customs and trade agreement" for [...]

12 February
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Deloitte has been drafted in by the government to watch over outsourcer Interserve, which holds a contract to manage a defence [...]

12 February
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