Tory ministers have rewritten the law to deny increased benefit payments to more than 150,000 people.
Ukip leader Paul Nuttall seems to be easily confused. He is Ukip’s candidate in the Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election due next week
Margaret Thatcher was threatened with a fine for failing to register herself for the hated poll tax which triggered her downfall.
Ten years on from the scandalous collapse of Christmas hamper firm Farepak, its victims are still out of pocket
Police officers across Britain are expected to be issued with a new and more powerful Taser gun.
Nigel Farage promised to lead a march of 100,000 on the Supreme Court this weekend. So where are they? No one seems to know.
Parliament passed the Investigatory Powers Bill last week
The main energy firms are making much bigger profits than they claim, and other stories about the Tories and the rich
The Daily Mail was outraged last week at Fifa’s poppy ban. But it found an extra angle to get the venom really flowing.
The Ukip leadership battle is underway and candidates are on the offensive—against each other. Suzanne Evans, Paul Nuttall, Raheem Kassam and John Rees-Evans had announced their plans to stand as Socialist Worker went to press.
Nia Griffith is one of those who quit the shadow cabinet, only to return following Jeremy Corbyn’s re-election as Labour leader.
Mazher Mahmood, known as the “Fake Sheikh”, has been found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice.
The US military paid a British PR firm over half a billion dollars in the wake of the 2003 Iraq invasion to create fake terrorist videos in a covert operation.
Scotland Yard has lost 13 unsolved murder files and is considering whether they were destroyed by corrupt cops.
The market is a wonderful thing.
Swine of Chipping Norton is ready to live high on the hog
The Scottish National Party (SNP)’s vision for Scotland includes much corporate lobbying.
Poor old Owen Smith can’t stop putting his foot in his mouth.
Locking people up in jail for having opinions the government doesn’t like isn’t enough for justice secretary Liz Truss.
The people hired by big companies to decide how much bosses should get paid are earning around £170,000 for attending a handful of meetings.