Jeremy Hunt refused to deny claims that he rejected a deal on junior doctors' contracts Junior doctors dispute: Jeremy Hunt silent on ‘blocked deal’ claim

Jeremy Hunt refused to deny claims that he rejected a deal on junior doctors' contracts Jeremy Hunt has refused to deny claims that he rejected a deal on junior doctors contracts that could have averted Wednesday's industrial action. Read Full Story

 

Judges ruled in December Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael did not break electoral law by lying about a leaked memo ahead of the general election Alistair Carmichael to foot bill for legal costs in election court case

Judges ruled in December Lib Dem MP Alistair Carmichael did not break electoral law by lying about a leaked memo ahead of the general election Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael will have to foot all of the cost of fighting the legal challenge to his election, a court has ruled. Read Full Story

 

David Cameron David Cameron accused of “scaremongering” by Eurosceptics

David Cameron The fight over Britain's future in Europe intensified yesterday as Downing Street claimed Brexit could lead to migrant camps springing up in south-east England "overnight". Read Full Story

 

It is the second time the Bill has come under attack from a committee of MPs Planned snooping laws ‘lack clarity and privacy protections’

It is the second time the Bill has come under attack from a committee of MPs Proposed new snooping laws are unclear, lack sufficient privacy protections and fail to cover all the intrusive powers used by spy agencies, a parliamentary inquiry has concluded. Read Full Story

 

Sir Peter Ricketts said the UK leaving the EU would put a number of joint security initiatives with France at risk Ex-security chief backs PM’s warning over French border deal jeopardy

Sir Peter Ricketts said the UK leaving the EU would put a number of joint security initiatives with France at risk David Cameron's warnings that France could scrap a border deal if Britain leaves the EU have been backed by a former national security adviser. Read Full Story

 

Patrick Harvie said the Scottish Parliament can be 'bolder in meeting the ambitions of the people of Scotland' Scottish Green Party launch campaign with “extravagant” jobs pledge

Patrick Harvie said the Scottish Parliament can be 'bolder in meeting the ambitions of the people of Scotland' The Scottish Greens has launched its campaign for the Holyrood elections with an "extravagant" promise to deliver more than 200,000 renewables jobs. Read Full Story

 

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has the full support of his older brother, who lives in Oxford (AP) US presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders ‘will win primary’, says UK-based brother

Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has the full support of his older brother, who lives in Oxford (AP) Anyone who underestimates the impact US presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is having on the race for the Oval Office is making a "big mistake", according to his brother. Read Full Story

 

Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham said scrapping the nuclear deterrent would be "a step on our own into the unknown" Trident policy: Labour ‘might never unite’, says Andy Burnham

Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham said scrapping the nuclear deterrent would be "a step on our own into the unknown" Labour bitter divisions over Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent may prove irreconcilable, shadow home secretary Andy Burnham has warned, as Jeremy Corbyn unexpectedly pulled out of a showdown with his top team. Read Full Story