Migrant workers on British farms trapped in ‘debt bondage’, MPs told

Government inspectors have found cases of debt bondage among seasonal agricultural workers in the UK, MPs…

UK mortgage approvals for October fall 10% after mini-budget

The chaos in the mortgage market that followed Kwasi Kwarteng’s now infamous mini-budget led to a…

Michael Gove once backed ending 'egregious' private schools' tax advantages

Rishi Sunak’s Government has defended the charitable status of independent schools and claimed they have an…

Almost three-quarters of UK firms unaware of ‘Brexit freedoms’ plans

Most UK businesses have no interest in or understanding of the government’s flagship “Brexit freedoms” plan…

Liz Truss should not have U-turned on botched mini-budget, says Jacob Rees-Mogg

Ex-Cabinet Minister Jacob Rees-Mogg said that one the decision to slash taxes on the wealthy was…

If Labour’s leadership is hobbling internal candidates, is it fit to run a democracy? | Owen Jones

Britain will almost certainly have a Labour government in two years’ time: you have the Tories’…

MPs to visit Taiwan amid heightened tensions

MPs on a prominent Commons committee are visiting Taiwan from Tuesday and will meet dignitaries over…

Hancock to face MPs in Westminster this week following I’m A Celeb stint

Matt Hancock will come face-to-face with angry MPs in Parliament this week for the first time…

David Miliband hints at Commons comeback as he won't rule out standing at next election

Ex-Cabinet Minister David Miliband, who was defeated by brother Ed in the 2010 leadership election, refuse…

Christians a minority in England and Wales for 1st time and number speaking English as first language shrinks, data says

CHRISTIANS have become a minority in England and Wales for the first time in history, according…

Keegan to ‘take time to listen’ ahead of special educational needs support plan

The Education Secretary has committed to meeting children, parents and organisations in the special educational needs…

Home Office warned of ‘poor management’ of infectious diseases at Manston in July

The Home Office office was warned of “poor” facilities for managing infectious diseases at the Manston…