Labour is struggling to find a coherent voice on Brexit, Gisela Stuart fears. As she leaves the Commons after 20 years, the ex-Vote Leave chair reflects on the challenge facing her party – and calls for a debate focused on national renewal
In May 1997 a record 120 women were elected to Parliament – including 101 from Labour. Twenty years on, Labour’s Caroline Flint and Conservative Caroline Spelman reflect on how their intake reshaped British politics
Sir Eric Pickles looks back on his 25 years at Westminster – a quarter century of great change for the Conservative party and for the Commons
Homeless Link is the national membership charity for organisations working directly with people who become homeless or who live with multiple and complex support needs in England. With almost 800 members, we work to improve frontline services and campaign on a national for policy change that will help end homelessness and secure a sustainable future for supported housing.
Veterans Aid is a national operational frontline charity providing immediate, practical support to ex-servicemen and women in crisis regardless of age, ethnicity, rank, gender, orientation or length of service.
Like most of Westminster, Bernard Jenkin was left stunned by the announcement of a snap election. He talks to Agnes Chambre about the ‘fiction’ of the Fixed Term Parliament Act and the risks of foreign interference in UK polls
Professor William Harvey, from the University of Exeter Business School, said:
A stark variation in the quality of care homes at a regional and local authority level across England has been highlighted by new research.
Lord Holmes and Seema Malhotra MP explain why they are launching the new APPG for Assistive Technology, which aims to shed light on how technology could help people get into work and learn at school.
The majority of over 50s want Scotland to remain a part of the UK, a new poll has revealed.
New self-exclusion scheme has been extremely successful in reducing or ending the majority of participant's problem gambling, says the Association of British Bookmakers.
The Association of Former Members of Parliament has published the latest edition of its official journal Order! Order!
Ruth Davidson MSP, leader of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist party, argues that all the evidence suggests that the Scottish electorate are 'sick to death of the SNP's games.'
Responding to the claims made today (Monday 20 March) in the national media by Tom Watson MP, deputy leader of the Labour party, Unite’s acting general secretary Gail Cartmail said: “Tom Watson has made claims about Unite and its general secretary Len McCluskey which are entirely inaccurate.
Marking International Women’s Day, the CEO of the Chartered Insurance Institute speaks to PoliticsHome on what the insurance industry can to do alleviate gender equality.
Agnes Chambre sits down with parliamentarians to find out more about the human side of politics. This week, Labour’s chief whip in the House of Lords Steve Bassam on his days as a squatter and taking in a Syrian refugee
Homeless Link's new report provides a framework to help shape the funding of sustainable supported housing services.
UKIP’s Staffordshire MEP Jill Seymour, who is also the party’s transport spokesman writes on the eve of polling day in Stoke-on-Trent Central, having been campaigning in the seat for the past two weeks.
At the largest gathering of LGBTI teachers, organised by the NASUWT, the largest teachers union in the UK, teachers have reported there is still a long way to go for LGBTI equality in the workplace.
The Association of British Bookmakers (ABB) is today calling on amusement arcade owners to catch up with bookmakers by encouraging people to gamble more responsibly on gaming machines.
Labour MPs should spend less time pontificating on how voters should think and more time understanding what they do think, argues John Mann MP.
The very fact that we are having this discussion highlights that child poverty is a vital issue the Government must continue address says CEO of Turn2us, Simon Hopkins.
With Ukip pledging to run their “most professional” campaign yet in Stoke, and the race in Copeland too close to call, Labour insiders fear both seats are under serious threat.
Gudrun Ravetz, President of the British Veterinary Association has responded to today's (Thursday 2 February) announcement from Defra regarding new legislation around animal establishment licensing in England.