A damning new poll finds that three quarters of voters now see the Prime Minister as weak, Adam Bienkov reports
Polling of so-called ‘Red Wall’ Constituencies shows those voters that abandoned Labour in 2019 are now returning to the fold
There has been a surge in serious offences committed by police officers, reports Andrew Kersley
Campaigners say press standards have barely improved with newspapers still allowed to mark their own homework
EXCLUSIVE: A climate group is planning legal action against the under-sale Telegraph Media Group over the outlet’s climate coverage.
Dr Iain Overton, executive director of charity Action on Armed Violence, reveals new evidence of British-trained cadets from countries that have had military coups or have poor human rights records
The Public Accounts Committee delivers a stinging rebuke to the Delivery Authority, tasked with the rebuilding scheme
Details buried in the Chancellor’s statement show we are heading for years more of tax rises, low growth and public sector cuts thanks to his Government, reports Adam Bienkov
Shockingly few complaints are being properly investigated by either police forces or the independent regulator
A potential cover-up I unearthed in the weeds of Nadine Dorries’s book remains a mystery. It has damaged the BBC, the broadcast regulator, and the process of public appointments
UK authorities have alarmingly few powers to prevent bad actors from interfering with our democracy
As the UK experiences more extreme weather, spending watchdog criticises Government cuts, reports David Hencke
This newspaper has found officers in London have been zealous users of the system, which automatically scans the faces of passers-by and matches them against a watchlist
Organisers believe the Met Police is being strong-armed into opposing the Gaza protests.
For all the PR of the AI Safety Summit, what is the UK Government actually doing to safeguard its citizens from the dangers of AI, data misuse and prejudicial algorithms?
Peter Geoghegan examines the membership and funding of the International Democracy Union.
The disgraced ex-PM also claimed “COVID is just nature’s way of dealing with old people” the official inquiry heard.
England was the last of the four nations to require masks in schools following heavy resistance from the then Prime Minister and Education Secretary
The then Prime Minister held unminuted meetings with the press baron he later elevated to the House of Lords despite security concerns
Former Labour MP Paul Farrelly explains the circumstances surrounding a new legal investigation into whether members of Parliament’s Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), looking into phone-hacking and press criminality, were systematically hacked by Murdoch empire
Left-wing and Muslim MPs and councillors are urging the Labour leader to back a pause in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, following Hamas’ terror attacks.
Services in the south-west and east of England are disproportionately affected by problems, a new report by MPs has found
Opponents of the Conservative candidate to replace Nadine Dorries described the payments as “startling”, Josiah Mortimer reports
Activists point the finger at the Prime Minister as they disrupt the gathering of leading polluters and politicians
Bigger, flashier 4x4s in urban centres are reversing progress in reducing emissions from petrol and diesel cars.
Clearsprings received the most complaints of any company providing asylum seeker accommodation. It is privately owned by a Conservative Party Donor
Exclusive new polling finds voters are not convinced by the Prime Minister’s party conference claim to represent ordinary people’s concerns, Adam Bienkov reports
The time taken by investigators to look into serious allegations against police officers has tripled in recent years, Andrew Kersley reveals
It’s an embarrassing gaffe for the supposed party of security.