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Tory MPs are set to stage a major rebellion against government plans to give Huawei a role in the development of the UK's new 5G network.
This week’s Budget presents a great opportunity for the Government to turbo-charge the green economy and to turn great ideas into reality, says Cadent.
There are currently "no plans" to suspend Parliament in response to the mounting coronavirus crisis, it has been confirmed.
Uncertainty over Brexit and delays at the border will mean the shellfish sector suffers particularly badly, writes Luke Pollard MP
Women in Westminster: The 100 celebrates the achievements and the valuable role women play in public life, by recognising one hundred high profile women from the world of Westminster, writes Baroness Jenkin.
The Budget is set to include a record £5billion investment to roll out the next generation of broadband in the most difficult to reach areas.
The DWP has lost more disability discrimination cases than any other UK employer resulting in almost £1m in payouts.
The UK signed the Istanbul Convention on 8 June 2012, yet four Parliaments and three Prime Ministers later, the Government continues to stall on ratification and therefore is not legally bound by its provisions, writes Angela Crawley MP.
8 March marks International Women’s Day, a day dedicated to celebrating women’s achievements, raising awareness against bias and taking action for equality.
Former colleagues of Priti Patel have rallied round her in the wake of bullying allegations against the Home Secretary.
Ministers have spent more than £4bn preparing for Brexit, according to a new report by the government spending watchdog.
Cadent, the UK’s largest gas distribution network, has today priced and agreed to issue the UK’s first transition bond – a 12-year EUR 500 million bond - to invest in the retrofit of gas distribution networks.
Vulnerable households in England and Wales continue to struggle as new government statistics reveal there were 23,200 excess winter deaths during 2018/19*, partly caused by people living in cold and poorly insulated homes they can’t afford to adequately heat.
Priti Patel has told Home Office staff she "deeply values" their work, as fresh bullying allegations against her emerged.
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.
PFEW will continue to work to ensure our members' wellbeing is protected, and they are kept informed, as this situation develops.
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.
New Standards body, the Betting and Gaming Council, has warned that the new immigration points based system could have a negative impact on casinos, tourism and the night-time economy including the ability for UK casinos to hire skilled croupiers.
Federation responds to IOPC report submitted to Home Secretary as it remains under scrutiny.
Federation responds as figures and costings are released.
We need to diversify our energy portfolio by moving away from fossil fuels and backing low-carbon technology fit for our net zero future, writes Peter Aldous MP
Government must take a joined-up approach across all departments and put climate action at the heart of every single economic and policy decision, writes Caroline Lucas MP
By focusing on the actions individual ministries have taken towards meeting net zero, we aim to pinpoint the successes and highlight those areas still lagging behind, writes Lord Deben