About Catherine Neilan

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

2019 Articles

Pressure on Netanyahu as Israel's voters split (again)
Pressure on Netanyahu as Israel's voters split (again)
Israel is left without a clear winner from its second election in five months, with Benjamin Netanyahu neck and neck [...]
September 18, 2019
President Trump names Bolton replacement
President Trump names Bolton replacement
Donald Trump has named Robert O’Brien, the country’s chief hostage negotiator, as his new national security adviser. O’Brien replaces John [...]
September 18, 2019
PM confronted by angry father on hospital visit
PM confronted by angry father on hospital visit
Boris Johnson was confronted by an angry father during a hospital visit today, telling him “the NHS has been destroyed”. [...]
September 18, 2019
Cummings cements power over ministerial aides
Cummings cements power over ministerial aides
Boris Johnson’s top aide Dominic Cummings has handed himself more power over ministers’ advisers, as part of ongoing efforts to [...]
September 18, 2019
Brexit: Juncker blasts PM for not offering written proposals
Brexit: Juncker blasts PM for not offering written proposals
The President of the European Commission has called for “operational proposals in writing” to avoid the increasingly “palpable” risk of [...]
September 18, 2019
Australia and UK to enter trade talks 'as soon as possible' after Brexit
Australia and UK to enter trade talks 'as soon as possible' after Brexit
Australia has agreed to begin negotiations for a free trade agreement (FTA) with the UK “as soon as possible” after [...]
September 18, 2019
Brexit: UK 'refusing to leave papers with EU negotiators'
Brexit: UK 'refusing to leave papers with EU negotiators'
Further details have emerged of the UK’s hardball tactics as an air of mutual mistrust continues to dominate Brexit talks [...]
September 17, 2019
Pannick stations: Battle lines drawn in Supreme Court case
Pannick stations: Battle lines drawn in Supreme Court case
Supreme Court judges have been warned that their decision could pave the way for a future Prime Minister to “silence” [...]
September 17, 2019
Supreme Court live: Government QC outlines case for prorogation
Supreme Court live: Government QC outlines case for prorogation
Please refresh this page manually for the latest updates. Follow this live blog as the UK’s highest court hears arguments [...]
September 17, 2019
Corbyn is 'Brexit by nature', claims Swinson
Corbyn is 'Brexit by nature', claims Swinson
Jeremy Corbyn is “Brexit by nature”, Jo Swinson has said today, as she laid the blame for the 2016 referendum [...]
September 17, 2019
Justice secretary Robert Buckland evades questions over prorogue plans
Justice secretary Robert Buckland evades questions over prorogue plans
Justice secretary Robert Buckland has refused to say whether parliament would be recalled if the Prime Minister loses at the [...]
September 17, 2019
No 10 plans to run down clock in Brexit face-off
No 10 plans to run down clock in Brexit face-off
The UK will hold back from giving Brussels a written proposal for alternatives until as late as October, as the [...]
September 17, 2019
Value of government's £22bn Help to Buy scheme 'uncertain'
Value of government's £22bn Help to Buy scheme 'uncertain'
MPs have raised alarm bells over the government’s costly Help to Buy scheme, noting that more than half of those [...]
September 17, 2019
Row breaks out over Boris Johnson's 'empty podium' moment in Luxembourg
Row breaks out over Boris Johnson's 'empty podium' moment in Luxembourg
Boris Johnson has been forced to cancelled a press conference with his counterpart in Luxembourg, after local aides refused to [...]
September 16, 2019