A failure to invest in unskilled workers in the UK was at the root of the 2008 financial crash, according to the then governor of the Bank of England.
EU migrants under 30 could be given special two-year work visas if they want the right to live and work in the UK, under plans being considered in a Government-commissioned review.
Qatar could lose its controversial hosting of the 2022 football World Cup if investigators find the country won the tournament based on “improper payments”, senior MPs have said.
More world leaders have studied in the UK than in any other country including the US, fresh data has shown.
Criminals who are caught carrying acid with the intent to inflict life-changing injuries will face the same sentence as those caught carrying a knife, the Director of Public Prosecutions has said.
Theresa May’s former chief of staff has admitted the Conservative party woefully underestimated the appeal of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ahead of their disastrous electoral defeat.
A trade deal between the UK and the United States of America will be agreed “very, very quickly”, according to Donald Trump.
The UK will foot the disaster insurance bill for some of the world’s poorest nations for the next four years, the Government has announced.
Theresa May is adamant she will be in the top job for at least another year, despite rumblings of a leadership challenge.
The working relationship between Theresa May and Philip Hammond has been further strained by their different approaches to Britain’s trade policy post-Brexit, it has emerged.
Too many people on the national living wage are stuck in jobs with no prospects of change or a pay rise, according to a Government review.
Tuition fess should be scrapped as they have become “politically diseased” according to the former Government minister who introduced them.
The Queen has said it is "difficult to escape a very sombre national mood" on her official birthday, after the UK was rocked by tragedies in Manchester and London.
Class has evaporated as the dividing line in voting intention, as more under-40s backed Labour than the Conservatives.
Theresa May has reneged on a promise to rehouse survivors of the Grenfell Tower blaze in the borough and admitted some may have to move up to nine miles away.
Britain’s fleet of spy planes will be cut from five to four in order to save funds, it has emerged.
Hundreds of furious protesters took to the streets of London yesterday, stormed Kensington town hall and called for justice after the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Party favourites like Vince Cable are being called on to take the mantle and lead the Liberal Democrats after they failed to turn anti-Brexit sentiment into seats.
The exit poll which correctly predicted a hung Parliament was a surprise to Labour’s top team, it has emerged.
Attacks on the Labour leaders alleged links with the IRA by the Conservative party backfired and handed votes to Jeremy Corbyn, senior party members believe.
Victoria Borwick has lost her seat after three recounts in a disastrous election for the Conservatives.