About Catherine Neilan

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

2019 Articles

Boris Johnson flies into Brexit storm after Supreme Court rules prorogation 'unlawful'
Boris Johnson flies into Brexit storm after Supreme Court rules prorogation 'unlawful'
Boris Johnson cut his New York trip short, flying back to the UK overnight amid an unprecedented constitutional crisis following [...]
September 25, 2019
Corbyn rails against 'unfit' PM - but rules out pre-Halloween election
Corbyn rails against 'unfit' PM - but rules out pre-Halloween election
Jeremy Corbyn has attacked Boris Johnson for being unfit to be Prime Minister – but ruled out holding a General [...]
September 24, 2019
Boris Johnson hits out at 'people who want to frustrate Brexit'
Boris Johnson hits out at 'people who want to frustrate Brexit'
The Prime Minister has hit back against the Supreme Court’s ruling that his prorogation of parliament was unlawful, saying the [...]
September 24, 2019
Supreme Court ruling: What does it mean and what happens now?
Supreme Court ruling: What does it mean and what happens now?
The UK’s Supreme Court has ruled Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue parliament as unlawful – but what happens next? Is [...]
September 24, 2019
Bercow: Commons will sit tomorrow, after 'explicit' Supreme Court judgement
Bercow: Commons will sit tomorrow, after 'explicit' Supreme Court judgement
Speaker John Bercow has said the House of Commons will return tomorrow morning, following the Supreme Court’s “explicit” judgement today. [...]
September 24, 2019
Brexit: Bercow reconvenes MPs as Supreme Court rules PM's prorogation unlawful
Brexit: Bercow reconvenes MPs as Supreme Court rules PM's prorogation unlawful
Update: John Bercow has said parliament will resume business tomorrow morning The Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson’s move [...]
September 24, 2019
Corbyn’s Brexit policy victory overshadowed by voting chaos
Corbyn’s Brexit policy victory overshadowed by voting chaos
Labour’s conference descended into chaos today as Jeremy Corbyn narrowly secured delegates’ support to maintain a neutral position on Brexit.  [...]
September 23, 2019
Labour pledges to cut working week to 32 hours
Labour pledges to cut working week to 32 hours
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has pledged to cut back the working week to 32 hours, with no loss of pay, [...]
September 23, 2019
Labour conference latest: Unison urges members to back Remain
Labour conference latest: Unison urges members to back Remain
The country’s biggest union has urged its members to go against the Labour leadership and back a motion that would [...]
September 23, 2019
London's top earners are sign of 'sick economy', says Corbyn
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has taken aim at wealthy Londoners, arguing the capital’s inequality is a sign of “a sick [...]
September 19, 2019
Supreme Court decision expected early next week
Supreme Court decision expected early next week
The Supreme Court has said it will publish its ruling on Boris Johnson’s prorogation of parliament early next week, giving [...]
September 19, 2019
'Displeasure' at Buckingham Palace over Cameron revelations
'Displeasure' at Buckingham Palace over Cameron revelations
David Cameron’s revelations that he asked the Queen to “raise an eyebrow” about the Scottish independence referendum have gone down [...]
September 19, 2019
Brexit: UK submits 'non-papers' to EU
Brexit: UK submits 'non-papers' to EU
The UK has submitted “non-papers” to the EU as part of renewed efforts to break the deadlock over Brexit. Pressure [...]
September 19, 2019
Barclay urges compromise as he likens Brexit talks to Good Friday Agreement
Barclay urges compromise as he likens Brexit talks to Good Friday Agreement
Brexit secretary Stephen Barclay has urged negotiators on both sides to compromise, comparing the situation to the background that led [...]
September 19, 2019