Sunday, July 22, 2018

No deal Brexit threatens £4.8bn architecture industry, says report

Britain's £4.8bn architecture industry is under threat if the Government fails to strike a Brexit deal and could see its EU exports slump...

Virgin Trains East Coast slammed by RMT union for ‘onboard rat infestations’

The RMT union is warning passengers and staff of what it calls “a major hygiene and health and safety issue” on Virgin Trains...

UK domestic heat networks face major review by competition regulator

The UK’s competition regulator has announced that it is launching a comprehensive study into domestic heat networks to make sure that households are getting...

Momentum to be investigated by Electoral Commission over ‘spending irregularities’

The Electoral Commission is investigating whether Momentum, the left-wing group backing Jeremy Corbyn, broke election spending rules. The watchdog announced it had opened a...

Double Take: A united Ireland is the only practical solution to Brexit

Double Take is a podcast hosted by Kirsty Major in which she chats to the writers of Indy Voices' best politics and culture comment pieces. Please...

Brexit: David Davis won’t be investigated for contempt after he admits there are no...

Brexit Secretary David Davis looks set to avoid an investigation for contempt of Parliament amid an embarrassing row about the publication of economic...

Lord Bassam resigns: Labour’s Lords chief whip stands down after expenses row

Labour's Chief Whip in the House of Lords has said he will resign amid controversy over his expenses claims. Lord Bassam has told fellow...

Brexit live updates: Theresa May to announce new Northern Ireland border proposals as...

Theresa May is facing a race against time to make progress in Brexit talks amid a deadlock over the Irish border. The Prime Minister is...

Efforts to beat cancer hamstrung by cuts to local anti-smoking services

Efforts to prevent unnecessary cancer deaths are being hamstrung by “staggering cuts” to public health which have seen councils slash spending on stop...

Labour MP Margaret Hodge ordered to apologise for using Commons resources during London Garden...

Senior Labour MP Margaret Hodge has been ordered to apologise for using Commons resources during a paid inquiry into the failed Garden Bridge...

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