Report reveals English local authorities’ financial despair after decade of austerity Council tax payers in England face near universal rises on top of increased fees and charges to pay for what in many cases will be reduced levels of local […]
Tracy Brabin responds to Twitter insults over shoulder-baring despatch box outfit A Labour frontbencher has shrugged off criticism over an outfit that showed part of her shoulder in the Commons as she spoke at the despatch box. Tracy Brabin reported […]
The UK’s aviation industry has announced plans to reduce its net carbon emissions to zero by 2050. It says it will do so through cleaner biofuels and electric planes rather than reducing the number of flights. Jon Snow spoke to […]
From Dublin, journalist and writer Fintan O’Toole speaks to Jon Snow about what the upcoming election spells for Ireland.
In Iowa, the Democratic fight to oust Donald Trump in presidential elections later this year has got off to a disastrous start. A melt-down with the vote counting app meant that no winner was declared – leaving all of the […]
Professor Ian Acheson, a former prison governor, who is a senior advisor to the Government’s Counter-Extremism project and wrote a report on islamist extremism in jails and Usama Hasan – an Imam and counter-extremism consultant, speak to Cathy Newman about […]
Emergency legislation to end automatic early release of terror offenders has been labelled a knee-jerk reaction by human rights campaigners. It comes after two people were stabbed in a south London street by Sudesh Amman – just days after his […]
The European Union’s final message to their UK counterparts ahead of Brexit was apparently a hilarious mix-up during a meeting between Brussels and London diplomats. According to officials present in the room on Wednesday, Irena Andrassy, Croatia’s permanent representative in […]