Northern Ireland wild game import regulations are ‘practically impossible’, says BASC

The British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC) is backing efforts by government to challenge rules...

Corruption scandal could pose first moment of real danger for Johnson

It feels like something building rather than fading away. The reports of corruption in the Tory government...

MPs pay tribute to Prince Philip

MPs paid tribute to the late Prince Philip today in the House of Commons. Returning a day early from Easter recess, MPs from all parties expressed their condolences, with Lib Dem leader Ed Davey...

Daily Update – MPs to pay tribute to Prince Philip

Politics Live 8:15am – So what’s in the news this morning? Cameron and government under pressure after Grensill links Shops and pubs reopen! MPs to sit in parliament to pay respects for the late Prince Philip 8:00am – Good morning and...

Vaccine passports – A way out of lockdown or a ‘gimmick’?

The Conservative government have hinted that they may soon bring in so-called ‘vaccine passports’, forcing people to bring proof of vaccination in order to attend venues such as theatres, bars and restaurants. Currently, Israel...

‘Why aren’t the government listening?’ – Report calls for ban in use of BMI

  A report by the women and equalities parliamentary committee has called on the government to scrap the use of BMI. In addition, the report criticised the government’s approach to eating disorders and tackling poor body...

Wexit: Plaid’s big push for Welsh independence

Plaid Cymru promises to hold a referendum on Welsh independence within five years, providing they came into power after May’s Senedd elections. The Welsh nationalist party made the pledge in their manifesto for the...