The Labour leader says there is no demand for “civil war” as his predecessor’s allies caution of “chaos”.
The Labour leader claims he intended to be able to “draw a line in the sand” after the report’s magazine.
A cross-party group starts legal action, claiming ministers failed to protect UK democracy. Source link
An inquiry looked at whether unlawful acts took place and how the party responded to complaints. Source link
It is the second time the first minister has accused Conservatives of encouraging people to break coronavirus rules. Source link
Three Sinn Féin offices received payments from Stormont’s emergency Covid fund, despite being ineligible. Source link
It has ruled out extending free meals across England beyond term time – as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have done – saying it has given...
Campaigners fear that a body designed to protect the environment is being undermined. Source link
Dame Margaret Hodge said she was left “disturbed and shocked” by anti-Semitic abuse from Nicholas Nelson. Source link
Minister: Christmas may be in smaller groups. Video, 00:00:38Minister: Christmas may be in smaller groups Source link