Labour MPs have raised concerns after it emerged many party members have yet to receive a ballot paper to cast their votes in the leadership race.
MPs have been handed an inflation-busting pay rise which will see their annual salary soar to almost £82,000.
The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has welcomed Defra’s response today (5 March 2020) to the recommendations set out by the 2018 Godfray Review as a significant step in the right direction in the fight against bovine tuberculosis (bTB) in England.
A leading Muslim group has step up its call for Britain's equalities watchdog to launch an investigation into the Conservative Party amid a wave of new allegations.
As we move into a post-Brexit world, the Procedure Committee must continue to ensure backbenchers can hold Government to account, writes Karen Bradley MP
Michel Barnier has warned there are "serious divergences" between the UK and the EU following the first round of talks on Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the bloc.
Keir Starmer's leadership bid has been handed a major boost after he secured the endorsement of Gordon Brown.
As newly elected chair of the Petitions Committee I will work hard to give a voice to those fighting to be heard, writes Catherine McKinnell MP
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.
With new nuclear build solutions coming on stream and the costs of delivery falling, industry groups, environmental campaigners and Government agree that nuclear power must be a key part of our energy mix, writes Professor Andrew Storer FNucI, Chief Executive Officer, Nuclear AMRC.
The current tax system is discriminating against families, says James Mildred, Head of Communications at CARE.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has admitted she should have called out a Labour member who blamed the "Israeli lobby" for the party's election defeat.
Conflict has forced nearly a million people, more than half of them children, to flee from 45 percent of Idlib governorate in North-West Syria, pushing them into inhumane living conditions in overcrowded camps.
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.
Boris Johnson said he was "sticking by" his embattled Home Secretary despite a wave of bullying allegations lodged against her.
Emergency laws will be introduced to ensure that any workers forced to take time off because of the coronavirus do not miss out on sick pay, Boris Johnson has announced.
A raft of senior Conservative MPs have warned Boris Johnson the UK will be "friendless" if it allows Huawei to build its 5G network.
The NASUWT – The Teachers’ Union has written to the education ministers of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, calling on them to extend the Coronavirus guidance that has already been issued to schools to address racist incidents related to coronavirus.
Lack of access to sanitary products remains a major issue affecting women and girls in many parts of the world – it’s time to tackle this global problem head on, writes Wendy Chamberlain MP.
Priti Patel has told Home Office staff she "deeply values" their work, as fresh bullying allegations against her emerged.
The IET is proud to be supporting World Engineering Day on 4 March. UNESCO has approved the World Federation of Engineering Organisations (WFEO) proposal to declare 4 March as “World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development”.
If siblings can’t be placed together, they should have the same rights to have contact with each other as they do with their mothers and fathers, writes Emma Lewell Buck MP.
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.
A Labour row has erupted after a key ally of Rebecca Long-Bailey accused Keir Starmer of being "undemocratic" for refusing to publish a list of donors to his leadership campaign.