Politics

Minister seeks to scotch claims of Brexit power grab

David Lidington to tell devolved administrations that Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast will take some powers returning from Brussels The Cabinet Office...

NRA hits back at Trump over gun law plans: 'We don't back any ban'

Gun rights lobby group tries to play down possible rift with the president, saying proposals to raise age limit 'just things that he's...

Ireland pushes for UK TV channels to make post-Brexit move

Country tries to persuade TV channels to follow financial services in relocating to Dublin First it was banks; now Ireland is targeting TV channels...

Cooperation and creativity in the NHS | Letters

Readers discuss accountable care systems, health co-ops, hospital real estate and the benefits of regional planning The gist of Polly Toynbee’s...

Londoners at greater risk of crime as Met budgets tighten

Home secretary Amber Rudd accused of ducking responsibility by office of London mayor The government has given its clearest sign yet that it will not...

Skin in the Game by Nassim Nicholas Taleb – digested read

‘Say what you like about Hitler – but at least he topped himself when it all went wrong. That’s skin in the game’ You’ve missed me. You almost...

Public discussion of Freemasonry must be an open one – on all sides | Paul Chadwick

Complaints about Guardian articles from the United Grand Lodge of England led me to the conclusion that they are not as secretive as is sometimes...

When is the Italian election 2018? Key dates, Italy general election process explained

THE ITALIAN Election 2018 is just a week away and voters are preparing to head to the polls next Sunday as they elect the next government. Here are...

Condoleezza Rice: America must 'consider Second Amendment's place in the modern world'

'I don't really like the idea, frankly, of a gun in my classroom,' says former US Secretary of State, in rare intervention from...

Anti-Corbyn rightwing press attacks 'boost Momentum support'

Exclusive: Negative stories in Daily Mail often lead to spikes in membership, says group Attacks on Jeremy Corbyn by the rightwing press are leading...

Generational battle lines harden over pensions

Thinktank warns that older workers are not bearing their share of the pensions burden If the personal finances of every household could be ranked,...

Liam Fox claims Jeremy Corbyn was 'very useful to the Soviet Union', despite Tory MP's apology over spy claims

Tory MP Ben Bradley was forced to issue a grovelling apology over false spy claims about the Labour leader

Bad blood and mistrust between parties - Sinn Fein need to work with unionists rather than insult victims of terrorism, says DUP's Dodds

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds has said there is "bad blood and mistrust" between his party and Sinn Fein after the talks break down and the...

Labour backs staying in EU customs union, Keir Starmer confirms

Shadow Brexit secretary says his party wants to remain in customs union permanently The shadow Brexit secretary formally confirmed on Sunday that...

A sci-fi-style dystopia? Brexit could be worse… | Stewart Lee

For many of the disenfranchised and disenchanted Britons who voted for Brexit, a Mad Max-style dystopia may be one of the few tangible benefits For...