PM widely forecast to set out departure timetable in meeting with 1922 Committee chair Theresa May is widely expected to announce on Friday that she will resign as Conservative leader, amid deep concerns among centrist cabinet ministers that
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Supporters look to Nigel Farage to unite nation and introduce ‘down-to-earth’ politics As the glitterball twinkled and the raffle table heaved with prizes in a Lancashire pub in the former mill village of Bamber Bridge, Margaret West was feeling
As his Arcadia empire struggles for survival, its chairman is planning a grand prix party While Sir Philip Green’s 19,000 employees fear for their future as his Arcadia retail empire attempts to engineer a rescue deal , the Guardian tracked down
People are reportedly being turned away from European election polling booths due to admin errors A nationwide picture is emerging of EU citizens in the UK being denied their democratic right to vote in the European parliament elections because of
Rolling coverage of the day’s political events as they happen as the UK votes in the European elections 2019 and pressure continues on Theresa May to resign 12.16pm BST 11.51am BST This is what Valerie Vaz , the shadow leader of the
Thousands of staffers have signed a letter urging the company to overhaul its climate policy on the climate crisis at its annual shareholder meeting on Wednesday.About 50 members of the group Amazon Employees for Climate Justice
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Former black-cab driver is accused of drugging women after picking them up in his taxi John Worboys has appeared in court accused of drugging four women in an attempt to carry out sex attacks. The former black-cab driver is said to have told his
Prime minister to give details of plan to get withdrawal agreement bill ‘over the line’ Theresa May is to set out the details of her “new deal” on Brexit in a speech at 4pm, as she paves the way for a last-ditch bid to take Britain out of the
Exclusive: Move is attempt to avoid prosecutions and would overturn supreme court ruling, campaigners say Conservative ministers are drawing up a new law to protect MPs and party officials from prosecution if their national parties overspend during
Government department workers say they have been forced to rely on food banks Support staff working for the government in Westminster have gone on strike over missed payments and low pay that they say have left them living in poverty and forced
Administrators called in at 23 Jamie’s Italian outlets, the Fifteen and Barbecoa Jamie Oliver restaurants at risk: the full list Jamie Oliver’s restaurant empire is calling in administrators, putting more than 1,000 jobs at risk. The
UK’s second largest steel producer needs emergency loan of £30m from government British Steel is on the brink of collapse unless it can secure £30m in emergency funding from the government, putting about 5,000 jobs directly at risk and endangering
Experts agree that global heating of 4C by 2100 is a real possibility. The effects of such a rise will be extreme and require a drastic.. anywhere near enough progress to meet these internationally agreed targets.Climate models predict we’re
Julian Richer sleeps better after handing hi-fi firm to staff to focus on fighting ‘uncontrolled’ capitalism ‘I’m doing the right thing because I sleep better at night,” says an exhausted-sounding Julian Richer, after a momentous week in which he