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With large numbers of Azerbaijani youth already travelling to the UK to study at top universities, and with international trade on the increase, a close partnership between the UK and Azerbaijan is important than ever
Jeremy Corbyn has branded private hospitals "disgraceful" for charging the NHS £300-a-bed for coronavirus patients.
The Government's communication with the public about the coronavirus outbreak has descended into a "real shambles", according to Lisa Nandy.
John Bercow "flew into a rage" with a member of his Commons staff after his toothpaste was confiscated at the airport, a new biography has claimed.
MPs have been told not to bring guests into Parliament and tours of the estate have been cancelled in a bid to curb the spread of the coronavirus, it has been announced.
Health minister Nadine Dorries, who earlier this week was diagnosed with Coronavirus, has announced that her 84-year-old mother has also tested positive.
Mass gatherings in the UK are expected to be banned from next weekend as the Government steps up its response to the coronavirus crisis.
While nursing a broken foot, Baroness Jones has wrestled a week packed with breakfast meetings, existential questions, and holding the Government to account on the environment.
Bob Seely was among the Tory MPs to rebel over Huawei this week. Standing by his decision, the backbencher argues questioning government is good – even when you support it.
Boris Johnson has moved to postpone May’s local elections for a year amid the coronavirus crisis.
Labour bosses have been urged to close a loophole which saw a senior SNP politician given a vote in the party's leadership election.
Delivered to a backdrop of mounting concern over coronavirus, Rishi Sunak’s first Budget turned on the taps to end a decade of austerity. The FT’s George Parker delves into the detail of the chancellor’s fiscal package
Ahead of French local elections this month, Jessica Willes explores how the outcome will change the political landscape in France given internal party struggles, political alliances and the emergence of new parties.
The Wellbeing of Future Generations Bill will revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans for the long-term, and will give future generations a voice in decision-making, writes Lord Bird.
The Electoral Commission has recommended ministers delay the upcoming local and mayoral elections amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Labour has cancelled the conference to announce its new leader because of the mounting coronavirus crisis, the party has confirmed.
The House of Commons has announced it will start serving halal and kosher food following an appeal from MPs.
Spending plans announced in the Budget are "nothing like as generous as they appear", according to a fresh analysis from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has called for the suspension of the use of automated facial recognition (AFR) and predictive algorithms in policing in England and Wales, until their impact has been independently scrutinised and laws are improved.
The Labour leadership result could be announced behind close doors as a result the growing coronavirus outbreak, according John McDonnell.
This Budget has missed a key opportunity to first improve the fabric of buildings to lower heat demand and achieve crucial emissions reduction wins, ahead of a final decision on low carbon heat deployment, says Paul Rose, Chief Executive of OFTEC.
Following the Budget, CIOB encourage government to work closely with the construction industry in order to produce a clearer vision and a smarter, more focussed, attention from policy makers to ensure the industry continues to thrive in a more conducive environment.
Decarbonising quickly and effectively to hit our net-zero target by 2050 requires urgent, clear and decisive leadership, says the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
This was clearly a budget for technology and innovation, says Dr Joanna Cox, Head of Policy at the Institution of Engineering and Technology.