The government led scheme to extend 4G coverage across rural ‘blind spots’ has been welcomed by IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed).
The Government must immediately offer a proper visa route for research and creative sectors, ensuring we foster a welcoming academic culture and encourage growing talent in the face of Brexit, writes The Earl of Clancarty.
Labour will re-introduce standing at top-flight football matches for the first time since Hillsborough next year if it wins an election.
MPs have said ministers and BBC bosses must reach a deal to restore free TV licences for over-75s as they criticised “flawed” talks that led to a major funding row.
Labour would hand football fans the power to challenge "bad owners" like Newcastle United's Mike Ashley, Jeremy Corbyn has announced.
Labour will put creativity back at the heart of our curriculum and our classrooms, writes Tom Watson MP
Walking and cycling can reduce congestion, improve air quality, increase productivity and drive footfall in our town centres, writes Lilian Greenwood MP
There is a national asset rooted in all our local communities that could help solve a plethora of policy issues: the climate crisis, lowering life expectancy, record levels of physical inactivity, air pollution, and loneliness, writes Sustrans.
Ministers are “falling short” on their commitment to protect journalists worldwide, MPs have warned.
Boris Johnson has reignited a government row with the BBC by insisting that it must “cough up” to continue funding free TV licences for all over-75s.
Electoral law in the UK has struggled to adapt to the pace and scale of changes in digital communications. With a potential snap election on the horizon, Dods Monitoring's Guinevere Poncia considers the challenges presented by online political campaigning.
Ministers have been accused of launching a “shameful spin machine” by setting up a team committed to hitting back at media reports about a no-deal Brexit.
Dozens of pro-Labour and pro-Corbyn Twitter accounts are being used to reject anti-semitism allegations against the party, researchers have found.
Priti Patel has accused Facebook of making it harder for the police to investigate child abuse and terrorism cases as she called for spooks to be handed access to encrypted conversations.
Jared O'Mara's Twitter account has been used to attack the Sheffield Hallam MP as a member of staff publicly handed in his notice.
Despite positive statements from some gambling companies about reducing gambling harm there appears to be differing views in this large, diverse industry, says Carolyn Harris MP.
Gloria De Piero has resigned from Jeremy Corbyn’s frontbench and announced she will not stand in the next election because of a “lack of tolerance" in the Labour Party.
Ministers have been criticised after admitting that 16-year-olds could still be able to gamble on some National Lottery games.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have condemned the Metropolitan Police for threatening the press over the publication of leaked diplomatic cables.
Liberal Democrat Lords spokesperson for Digital writes following the conclusion of the Government’s Online Harms White Paper consultation and writes: “It would be a major mistake however to legislate too hastily before the definitions of harm and the scope in particular have been thoroughly debated.”
As the inaugral Inter-Parliamentary Cricket World Cup gets underway with a sprinkling of stardust, Chris Heaton-Harris writes on why these contests are so valuable
Boris Johnson looks almost certain to be the UK's next Prime Minister after a poll of Conservative Party members gave him a huge lead over Jeremy Hunt.
While millions of people gamble responsibly, for too many it can lead to dangerous levels of addiction, says Jeremy Wright
UK gambling operators’ new voluntary proposals are to be applauded – but funds must be channelled through an independent delivery body to ensure absolute transparency, says Lord Chadlington