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Companies are set to benefit from a national insurance cut in a bid to boost employment among recent Armed Forces veterans, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced.
A Labour frontbencher has launched a bitter attack on party bosses over the "astonishing" decision to suspend anti-racism campaigner Trevor Phillips over claims of Islamophobia.
Now is the time for government to measure success in ways other than economic performance
The long-awaited Domestic Abuse Bill contains some good measures – but there is still a way to go to ensure proper protection for victims, writes Jess Phillips MP
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has renewed its calls for tighter restrictions on pet travel following the Government’s response to the Efra Select Committee report on tackling illegal puppy smuggling.
A Future Generations Bill would revolutionise how the UK thinks and plans
This flawed system was intended as a temporary measure and effectively establishes a men-only section of our legislature. It must go, writes Lord Grocott
Landlords who flout the law on Airbnb-style holiday lets are costing councils and impacting housing supply. We must act now to tighten regulation
Boris Johnson was heckled with cries of “traitor” as he finally visited areas hit by flooding.
A leading anti-racism campaigner has been suspended by the Labour Party for alleged Islamophobia.
Downing Street has established a new unit to tackle fake news relating to the coronavirus outbreak.
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.
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
With more governments around the world issuing green bonds, Maria Busca looks at whether HM Treasury will follow suit.
Labour chairman Ian Lavery has piled pressure on Keir Starmer to reveal a ful list of who is bankrolling his campaign to be party leader.
Rishi Sunak has heavily hinted the Government will ditch its own fiscal rules in this week’s Budget after repeatedly refusing to say he will stick to them.
John McDonnell has called for shorter Labour leadership elections in the future, describing the current contest as a “bit interminable”.
Rishi Sunak said he will ensure small businesses have the cash flow they need to “bridge through a difficult period” amid fears the coronavirus outbreak could damage the economy.
Layla Moran has announced she is running to be the new leader of the Liberal Democrats with a vow to “move the party on from the last decade”.
A new poll has suggested there is public support for a “mansion tax” on properties worth more than £1million to help fund public spending.
The Parliamentary watchdog has launched an investigation into the Prime Minister’s luxury Caribbean holiday.
Next week, the Westminster Government could demonstrate a genuine commitment to its ‘levelling up’ agenda by giving Wales its fair share of money and tax powers, says Ben Lake MP.
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.
Rishi Sunak will announce a package of emergency measures to support businesses damaged by the coronavirus outbreak in his first Budget on Wednesday.