The Letwin-Benn amendment is probably the last chance to wrestle control of this process from the dead hand of Downing Street
We finally know the timetable and the rules of engagement. There are are now three weeks to save the country.
After three years, the inevitable moment of humiliation and disgrace has finally arrived.
Prime minister's request for only a short extension makes no-deal more likely than ever.
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A minimum wage of £10 will lift millions of people out of poverty
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Scenes unlike any other point in modern Commons history as Theresa May's government seems to fall apart completely.
The full humiliation and horror of no-deal is now out, in black and white.
Responding to today’s publication by the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman of a review of how it uses clinical advice when investigating complaints, the MDU welcomed the announcement of a more consistent and clear approach to sharing the content of expert clinical advice with those complained about
It is just a little over a week until most VAT registered businesses will be required to start complying with the requirements of Making Tax Digital and the ATT and CIOT caution businesses that HMRC’s promised ‘light touch’ on penalties does not extend to the late payment of tax.
BASC will offer its expertise to Natural England to ensure the outcome of a recently-announced review of the general licences for “pest” bird species in England is positive for conservation and wildlife management
The UK's largest shooting organisation, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), has called for raptor persecution to stop, full stop, following the publication of a paper which presents a pattern of hen harrier persecution over grouse moors.