Politics

UK to pay insurance premiums for disasters abroad

At the G20 summit in Hamburg yesterday the British Prime Minster, Theresa May, set out plans to help the people of Africa with funding from the Department for International Development (DfID) budget.

HNWs and Londoners confident new-look Government will make them RICHER

HNWs and Londoners are confident that the new-look Government will make them RICHER, with two thirds of the UK’s wealthiest believing the Conservative-DUP partnership will strengthen the economy

62% of British SMEs voted to remain in the EU

Survey: 62% of British SMEs voted to remain in the EU. 41% said Brexit has negatively impacted their business

Phantom Homes: Nearly one in three houses don’t get built despite being given go-ahead

New research by the housing charity Shelter, shows developer profits soar while housing system fails families

Stay in Single Market and Customs Union Until Final EU Deal is in Place says CBI

UK needs a bridge to a new deal to reduce uncertainty and protect jobs

Negotiators on both sides of the UK-EU talks should aim to agree transitional arrangements as soon as possible.

EU firing negotiating shots over trade access? Of course they are

Michel Barnier, the EU's chief Brexit negotiator, resorted to a shroud waving performance while speaking of post Brexit UK-EU trade to the European Economic and Social Committee

STP relationships strengthen as NHS faces finance challenge

Working relationships within the sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), introduced to help transform services and re-balance NHS finances, have improved significantly

Study predicts over 1.2 million people in England and Wales will be living with dementia by 2040

New cases falling, but overall burden will rise mainly due to people living longer

Jeremy Corbyn Misleads at Prime Minister’s Question Time say Conservatives

At today’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader, made several claims that the Conservative Party refutes.

Britain can’t afford another lost decade says Jeremy Corbyn

Tomorrow (Thursday 6th July 2017), Jeremy Corbyn, Leader of the Labour Party, will give a speech to the British Chamber of Commerce about building a high-skill economy for the many not the few.

Caroline Lucas bids for ‘full transparency’ in trade negotiations

Lucas tables cross-party Early Day Motion [1] calling for a Parliamentary vote on any new trade deals

Caroline Lucas MP, the co-leader of the Green Party, is calling on the Government

Lamb comments on 'completely unsustainable growth in demand for Continuing Healthcare'

A National Audit Office investigation into NHS Continuing Healthcare (CHC) for patients with significant ongoing healthcare needs has found the number of people