Politics

EU air miles an outrage

In 2 months last year European Commissioners, the unelected elite that drive forward the EU's political agenda, spent between them over EUR 500,000, says the UK Independence Party.

Weak Tory govt leaves £3bn black hole in public finances over summer says Labour

The Labour Party says its analysis shows a £3 billion blackhole in Tory spending plans, revealing the damage this government’s weak and unstable leadership has done to the public finances.

UKIP Leadership Candidates Announced

UKIP last night announced the names of the eleven candidates that have applied to take part in next month’s leadership election (see list below).

Top 6 Polluters' Emissions vs GDP

Summary: The set of graphs generally indicates that developed countries are beginning to reduce their emissions, whereas India and China are seeing their emissions rise

UK Interests Rates Stay at 0.25%

The Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) today voted by a six to two majority to maintain the bank rate at 0.25 percent.

Danish Fishermen to be Given Continued Access to UK Waters After Brexit

Mike Hookem MEP, UKIP Fisheries spokesman blasts Gove for claiming Danish fishermen will still be able to catch large amounts of fish in British waters, even if the British leave the EU

Industry steps up efforts to minimise impact of open display tobacco product ban

Companies offering convenience store retailers in Scotland new forms of incentive to prioritise their brands

Remain Tories deliberately creating uncertainty to derail Brexit says UKIP

Remain Tories are now deliberately creating uncertainty in a plot to derail Brexit and Hammond must go, says UKIP

Caliph calls for Muslims to reject extremism and terrorism as UK Islamic convention concludes

The Caliph to tens of millions of Ahmadi Muslims concluded the largest Islamic convention in the UK with a condemnation of all forms of extremism and terrorism.

Over a million children could go hungry this summer, government figures reveal

Millions of children across England are at risk of going hungry over the summer holidays, official figures suggest

Tories to Abandon 'Tens of Thousands' General Election Pledge?

Today Amber Rudd, the Home Secretary said that the Home Office will task the Migration Advisory Committee to consider whether employing EU nationals leads to under-investment in certain areas of the economy

Over half of Londoners happy with transport, but less than 10 per cent content with housing

New research investigates what we value in the capital and the source of our sense of pride in our communities (video below)