British manufacturing already suffering from as Boris Johnson gambles on a ‘no deal’ crash out of the European Union.
Alex Varley-Winter reports on how British Citizens resident in the EU are left in a ‘void’ by UK politicians about the risk of being made ‘illegals’.
With US ‘migrant detention centres being compared to concentration camps, Alex Varley winter reports on how Britain has its own problem with non-criminal prisons.
A case has been brought by the Medical Justice charity against the Home Secretary on the challenging of possibly unlawful deportations.
A case has been brought to challenge the Home Office’s policy of giving migrants just 72 hours’ notice of potential deportation.
Civil servants in the Department for International Development ‘only wanted to hear good news’ to pass on to the UN, says disability charity.
Aaron Greenspan, who claims to be the original creator of Facebook, attacked the giants of Silicon Valley in the UK parliament, alleging fraud, dishonesty, and data theft on a massive scale.
Parliament’s Work and Pensions Committee heard evidence on an alleged increase in the number of women entering prostitution as a form of ‘survival sex’ after having their benefits cut.
Scotland’s First Minister said the country’s membership of the single market had been key to it investing in clean energy. Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has urged the Government not to let Brexit imperil Scotland’s plan to reach ‘net zero’ carbon emissions by 2045. In a speech last week at Glasgow’s All Energy Conference, Ms…
Another day, another example from Parliament on how Brexit paralysis is affecting all levels of Theresa May’s government.
Though Theresa May’s Government gave itself a deadline of July 2019 to report on progress against UN Sustainable Development Goals, it now seems to be hiding its lack of action.
Matt Hancock accused of “wholly untrue” Parliamentary answer dismissing local MP’s plea for cash-strapped Clinical Commissioning Group
The Government’s ‘Clean Growth Strategy’ will not honour the Paris Accords, MPs are warned.
The GP At Hand app had led to one tiny medical centre in London now serve more than 48,000 patients. MP Andy Slaughter calls for inquiry into the digital services undermining the NHS.
As hundreds of green protestors are arrested in London, NGOs sound the alarm over the UK’s empty promises
No deal scenarios – EU civil servants voting today on UK meat and dairy farmers’ access to EU Market UK Government is working against the clock to get the permissions necessary to sell meat and dairy to Europe in a no deal scenario The European Commission’s Standing Committee on Plants, Animals, Food and Feed (SCOPAFF)…
Alex Varley-Winter on the Lost Week in Westminster, as Britain faces ‘Third Country’ Limbo, 10000 tons of Sheep and 2,000,000 tons of Landfill.
The Department for Exiting the EU accepts ‘some risks to patients’ in Government’s emergency planning.
This month DIT Minister George Hollingbery quietly assigned its entire ambit to Fox himself, on a ‘temporary’ basis, as part of Brexit ‘contingency’ measures, but with zero Parliamentary oversight.
Home Office Minister agrees to probe claim of recruitment targets for more child spies against ‘County Lines’ drug gangs
One of the key players in Britain’s vote to leave the EU referred to the Scottish National Party as a “series of circus acts” when challenged over Brexit law.
Six safeguarding bills are not passed and the Government continues to stall on anti-corruption law in Financial Services Bill
Counter-misinformation group director tells parliamentary session how his Institute of Statecraft was a casualty of 21st Century ‘Hybrid War’
In the rush to meet 29 March Brexit deadline, Charities warn Ministers crucial safeguards are being removed without the scrutiny of Parliament
Civil Service chief forced to defend Secrecy of Cabinet Papers; Assessment revealed that almost one-third of ‘critical’ no-deal projects would be off-track if the UK crashes out of the EU.
What is ‘SENSITIVE’? – The suppressed No Deal Impact report This week’s Contempt Committee hearing followed the successful threat of contempt proceedings being used by MPs to force the release of Brexit-related Cabinet papers. “It really would be to the eternal shame of the Conservative party if it were to continue to support a no-deal…
The Government would like its own legal advice and Cabinet papers to be off-limits to Opposition MPs Parliament’s Procedure Committee has held its final hearing on how Theresa May’s minority Government was found In Contempt of Parliament last December. The MPs’ inquiry – known officially as the “Powers of the House of Commons to Call…
The revelations in the Government’s ‘Implications for Business and Trade of a No Deal Brexit’ report are an Alarming Wake-Up Call. But can the public hear it?
The Government’s attempts to block MPs from requesting the release of “sensitive information” is being scrutinised by a parliamentary committee.
In Brexit negotiations the transparency of the EU is in stark contrast to Britain, dominated by the hidden hand of think tanks and dark money
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox claimed he showed MPs a list of Brexit trade deals. He never has. The Sun got it first.
MPs today pressuring Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox to explain hundreds of trade agreements had to ‘play detective’ on the web to discover the facts.