The St George's Cross will fly above Downing Street for every England World Cup match, Theresa May has announced.
The campaign for safe standing at football is not about a return to the terraces of the 1980s. It’s about ensuring all fans can enjoy a better, more inclusive experience, writes Shadow Sports Minister Rosena Allin-Khan
A top Conservative MP will launch a legal bid to ban homophobic chanting at sports games.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling says it is 'unbelievable' that the Treasury thinks it takes two years to run a software update on Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs). 'Somehow Ministers have contrived to give the bookies a longer transition period than it will take to negotiate Brexit'.
Labour has called on parliament’s authorities to formally probe a “racially offensive” tweet sent by Lord Sugar.
Thousands of public buildings are being sold off each year by cash-strapped councils, according to a community charity.
Plans to slash the maximum stake on fixed odds betting machines will reportedly be delayed by two years after the Treasury cut a deal with industry bosses.
A change from the outdated business rate regime system to a turnover tax would not only be far “simpler, fairer and popular”, argues Labour MP Rachael Maskell, it would also bring our high streets back to life.
To declare Channel 4’s new HQ as a major move step towards a London-less future would be an exaggeration, writes Dods Monitoring's Culture and Media Consultant Andy Frain.
Top Brexit campaigner Arron Banks accused MPs of peddling "fake news" as he faced a stormy parliamentary grilling on his business affairs and meetings with Russian officials.
Online trolls should lose the right to anonymity, Labour's Jess Philips has said - as she revealed the horrific abuse she has faced on social media.
Arron Banks has accused MPs of a "witch hunt" as he announced he will no longer be appearing before a Commons committee investigating fake news.
The Prime Minister will demand that social media firms take firmer action to end the "vile" abuse aimed at women online.
The Government must do more to protect England fans travelling to the World Cup in Russia, MPs have warned.
Labour is handing out free tickets to a music and politics festival it is organising amid concerns about poor sales.
Matt Hancock has said the proposed takeover of Sky by Fox will be blocked unless the company sells off its news channel.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes that "DCMS has made the right decision" on fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake levels but urges the Chancellor and the Treasury not to delay an already lengthy process, and introduce the new stake levels promptly.
MPs' staff heading to the World Cup in Russia have been warned they could be targeted by Kremlin spies, PoliticsHome has learned.
Football leagues in the home nations should "show leadership" and crack down on single-use plastics at games, a top MP has said.
When Rachel Maclean signed up for a women’s football training session earlier this month she thought stinging attacks from her political opponents would be left in the Chamber.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson today traded blows with the party's former communications chief over its stance on Brexit, telling Alastair Campbell: "You no longer decide Labour party policy".
Unite has stepped in to buy a thousand tickets for Labour’s troubled music festival Labour Live following disappointing sales.
Dame Caroline Spelman MP, the Second Church Estates Commissioner, Bill Bryson CBE, writer and broadcaster, Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive, Heritage Lottery Fund, and Bernard Donaghue, Director of the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions and The Mayor of London’s Ambassador for Cultural Tourism are headlining a one day conference about the future of church buildings being held in central London on Wednesday 27 June 2018.
Theresa May has come under fire after she said the proposed sell-off of Wembley Stadium to an American billionaire is "not a matter for the Government".