Embarrassingly inept video shows Brexit party complain about rules which are the same, or even stricter, back in Westminster.
A grim wave of reaction suggests the culture war is now reaching dangerous new levels.
Boris Johnson is now almost certain to be the next prime minister and the fight to get there is almost certain to have no intellectual content whatsoever.
When the clown persona falls away, it's clear that he's just not very good at politics.
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Alice Roberts to deliver keynote speech on ‘Morals without religion’ at annual national non-religious Convention in Leicester
Scientist, author, and President of Humanists UK, Alice Roberts, will deliver a keynote speech on ‘Morals without religion’ at the annual national non-religious Convention to be held in Leicester this weekend.
The “eleventh-hour” agreement between the Scottish Government and Green Party to secure the Scottish Budget would have been too rushed to conform with its proposed framework for introducing new taxes, the Chartered Institute of Taxation has said.
Anyone who cannot find suitably accessible software to comply with the new Making Tax Digital for VAT rules should apply to HMRC for a temporary exemption, says the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG).
More than 80 students from across the UK have developed their own game meat recipe as part of a new Project Game Changer competition.