Boris Johnson has so far refused to take part in an election interview with Andrew Neil. Jeremy Corbyn, Jo Swinson, Nigel Farage and Nicola Sturgeon have all had their turns. But not the Prime Minister.
Johnson may be a rogue, but what should worry us is that he is a risk to our economy, society, and democracy Constantly inconstant, Boris Johnson is faithful in at least one area: generating outrage. he
Jeremy Corbyn personally accused of 11 acts of anti-Semitism in leaked dossier revealing the scale of Labour 'cover-up'
Jeremy Corbyn has been personally accused of 11 acts of anti-Semitism in an extensive leaked dossier detailing an alleged "cover-up" within the Labour Party over its treatment of Jews. The submission by
We have a week to go before election day and after the blip that was the Nato summit, the leaders are focused on the final sprint to the 12 December finish line. Boris Johnson has outlined his plan for
Until recently, the Tories seemed pretty confident about next week’s election. Despite spending three and a half years blundering over Brexit, they were still comfortably ahead of Labour in the polls.
LONDON (Reuters) - Peter Hargreaves, one of Britain’s wealthiest men and the second-biggest donor to the 2016 campaign to leave the European Union, has donated 1 million pounds ($1.28 million) to Prime
The Conservative party has put out a statement clarifying its position on taxes - ie, saying what Boris Johnson would have said in his Q&A earlier if he had been more honest about the party’s plans. (See