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Labour must do more than apologise for the "harm" and "distress" it has brought to the Jewish community in Britain, one of the party’s backbenchers has said.
The Law Commission of England and Wales has today published a report setting out options to reduce the cost that leaseholders have to pay to buy the freehold or extend the lease of their homes (known as “enfranchisement”). The reforms have the potential to make the process easier and more affordable for millions of leaseholders across England and Wales.
Ministers have committed a further £165m fund to keep the Troubled Families programme running for another year.
The Government has revealed the first 14 high streets across England to benefit from a £1billion fund to improve town centres.
Ministers are planning to build two scientific research bodies in the Midlands and the north of England in a bid to deliver on Boris Johnson’s promise to “unite and level up” regions across the UK.
The voices of Northern Irish nationalism and neutrality are finally set to return to the Commons chamber this week. And while the DUP and Sinn Féin may still dominate numbers, both parties have been bruised by an electorate angry at the consequences of political stalemate. Sam McBride reports on Northern Ireland’s changing political landscape
Labour has attacked ministers for causing a "national shame" after new figures revealed a steep rise in homelessness ahead of Christmas.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will demand fresh powers to hold a second independence referendum in Scotland after the party’s landslide victory there.
For our General Election series, Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts writes that Plaid Cymru will put an end to the Brexit fiasco, create tens of thousands of jobs and take urgent action to tackle the climate crisis.
Boris Johnson is embarking on a blitz of Labour-held marginal seats in the final 72 hours of the election campaign as he tries to secure a Conservative majority.
The Conservatives have launched investigations into three general election candidates accused of anti-semitism.
One of Labour's biggest trade union backers has warned the party not to "victimise" members of staff who have given evidence to a probe into how it handles allegations of anti-semitism in its ranks.
Seventy present and former Labour staffers have given evidence to a probe into anti-semitism in the party, it has emerged.
A Labour government would roll out free, healthy breakfasts to all primary school children in a multi-million pound plan to “poverty proof” schools, Angela Rayner has announced.
Jo Swinson has apologised for voting for the Bedroom Tax while she was a minister in the Coalition.
Jeremy Corbyn has promised to boost disability benefits and end “dehumanising” sanctions if Labour wins the next election.
Labour has blasted the Government's "shameful" record on tackling poverty as child homelessness hits its highest level in over a decade.
The Federation of Master Builders has joined a coalition of business groups and organisations across property and construction sectors to urge the next UK government to cut VAT on maintenance and improvement works to people’s homes.
The SNP has withdrawn its support for one of its general election candidates after he was accused of anti-semitism.
A Labour candidate has claimed that the party does not "deserve" voters' support because of its failure to tackle anti-semitism.
The Conservatives have been urged to drop a general election candidate after he accused his Sikh Labour rival of "talking through his turban".
Nationwide Building Society was one of the industry representatives attending the roundtable to address some of the underlying issues impacting tenants and landlords in the private rented sector.
Jeremy Corbyn once again refused to apologise to the Jewish community over Labour’s anti-semitism crisis as a senior shadow Cabinet minister attacked a journalist for asking him to.
This Christmas is expected to be the busiest ever time for the UK's food banks, according to the charity which runs 1,200 of them across the country.