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A leading anti-racism campaigner has been suspended by the Labour Party for alleged Islamophobia.
Boris Johnson supports a plan to build a tunnel under the Irish Sea rather than a bridge linking Northern Ireland with the UK mainland, it has emerged.
Delivering the homes Britain needs whilst meeting our climate targets will require creativity: making good use of the existing housing stock, particularly long-term empty homes, and insisting on the highest possible standards in new builds, says Nationwide.
If siblings can’t be placed together, they should have the same rights to have contact with each other as they do with their mothers and fathers, writes Emma Lewell Buck MP.
The Home Office is being urged to overhaul its asylum rules to stop people being left "destitute" just weeks after winning the right to live in the UK.
The Government has promised to review the use of the "rough sex" defence that campaigners say is being used by men to dodge murder convictions.
The UK has some of the least energy efficient housing in Europe and that must change. With new homes saving on average £555 a year on energy bills and using two thirds less energy, it’s clear we need a revolutionary and sustained retrofitting programme, says NFB.
A senior Tory MP has condemned Boris Johnson for his "really ill-judged" comments comparing female Muslims wearing the burqa to letter boxes.
The number of rough sleepers in the UK has more than doubled since 2010, new figures show.
Boris Johnson has promised an extra £236m to tackle the “simply unacceptable” levels of rough sleeping in the UK.
Boris Johnson has stayed away from flood-hit parts of the country because he does not want to "distract" from recovery efforts, Downing Street has said.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has sparked a Labour split after challenging her leadership rivals to match her plans for a "council house building boom".
Scotland is at risk of becoming "one of the West's most divided countries" because of the independence and Brexit referendums, Gordon Brown has warned.
Labour members accused of anti-semitism should not be given a vote in the contest to elect the party's new leader and theiri deputy, according to a senior MP.
The majority of households across England are set to be hit by a council tax rise, a new study has found.
More than a million homes were not built in the past decade despite planning permission for them being granted, new research has revealed.
Priti Patel has been forced to deny that Boris Johnson is a racist after he was criticised by the rapper Dave.
Plaid Cymru have been hit with a £29,000 fine by the elections watchdog for a "sustained failure" to report accurately on party donations.
A controversial Downing Street adviser has quit after a row over his past comments on eugenics, race and welfare claimants.
Jackson Carlaw has been confirmed as the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives.
Students and academic staff from Belgium’s Thomas More University have once again visited Veterans Aid to learn more about the UK charity’s unique Welfare to Wellbeing model and its wider application among the socially excluded.
Julian Smith has been sacked as Northern Ireland secretary despite brokering a deal to get the Stormont government back up and running just weeks ago.
Emily Thornberry has accused Labour leadership rival Rebecca Long-Bailey of staying silent in Shadow Cabinet meetings about the party's anti-semitism problem.
Labour peer Hilary Armstrong talks to Gary Connor about witnessing the loss of her former constituency to the Tories for the first time in its history