About Catherine Neilan

Catherine Neilan is head of politics and investigations at City A.M.

2019 Articles

General Election 2019: The Tory battle to regain Battersea and Kensington
General Election 2019: The Tory battle to regain Battersea and Kensington
A little over a month ago, things looked bleak for the Conservative Party in London. With most of the party’s [...]
December 8, 2019
General Election 2019: Boris Johnson insists taxes will not rise under Tories
General Election 2019: Boris Johnson insists taxes will not rise under Tories
Boris Johnson has insisted taxes will not rise under a Conservative government, after journalists questioned this morning’s pledge. The Prime [...]
December 5, 2019
Labour accused of 'secret' Whatsapp group to meddle in antisemitism inquiry
Labour accused of 'secret' Whatsapp group to meddle in antisemitism inquiry
Labour has been accused of using “secret” WhatsApp groups to interfere with the independent antisemitism inquiry, as part of testimony [...]
December 5, 2019
General Election 2019: Boris Johnson tops list of MPs for outside earnings
General Election 2019: Boris Johnson tops list of MPs for outside earnings
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has topped a list of MPs for outside earnings last year, raking in an additional £1.6m [...]
December 5, 2019
General Election 2019: Conservatives set out vision for first 100 days of new government
General Election 2019: Conservatives set out vision for first 100 days of new government
The Conservatives have pledged to deliver Brexit within the first 100 days of a majority government. Boris Johnson, who this [...]
December 4, 2019
Iain Duncan Smith: 'We don't have champagne socialists here'
Iain Duncan Smith: 'We don't have champagne socialists here'
On the campaign with… Iain Duncan Smith Labour has made no secret of its plan to unseat former Conservative leader [...]
December 4, 2019
General Election 2019: Labour's household finances pledge savaged
General Election 2019: Labour's household finances pledge savaged
Labour’s pledge to save households more than £6,700 each year has been savaged by commentators and industry experts who question [...]
December 4, 2019
General Election 2019: Conservatives on course for 1992-style victory, new poll finds
General Election 2019: Conservatives on course for 1992-style victory, new poll finds
The Conservatives are on course for a “small but workable” majority, as the party wins back middle class and middle-aged [...]
December 4, 2019
General Election 2019: Lib Dems squeezed in London as Labour starts to fight back
General Election 2019: Lib Dems squeezed in London as Labour starts to fight back
London’s swing voters are beginning to return to a resurgent Labour, with the Liberal Democrats starting to fade away, a [...]
December 3, 2019
General Election 2019: Pressure ramps up over US trade deal as Trump flies in for Nato meeting
General Election 2019: Pressure ramps up over US trade deal as Trump flies in for Nato meeting
Boris Johnson is coming under renewed pressure over a future UK-US trade deal, as Donald Trump travels to the UK [...]
December 2, 2019
General Election 2019: Businesses hit back as Labour 'names and shames' UK's five worst bosses
General Election 2019: Businesses hit back as Labour 'names and shames' UK's five worst bosses
Businesses have hit back against Labour’s renewed attack, after the party “named and shamed” some of the biggest firms in [...]
December 2, 2019
General election 2019: Council taxes likely to rise more under Tories, says IFS
General election 2019: Council taxes likely to rise more under Tories, says IFS
Council tax rates are likely to rise more under a Conservative government than a Labour one, in order to cover [...]
December 2, 2019
Nickie Aiken: Change is coming to the Two Cities
Nickie Aiken: Change is coming to the Two Cities
Whichever way people vote in the General Election, change is coming to the Cities of London and Westminster. Former minister [...]
November 27, 2019
DUP’s Sammy Wilson warns Westminster that Northern Ireland will have its voice heard loud and clear in Brexit negotiations
DUP’s Sammy Wilson warns Westminster that Northern Ireland will have its voice heard loud and clear in Brexit negotiations
Boris Johnson may be going all-in to get a Conservative majority this election, but the jury is very much still [...]
November 24, 2019