Macron remains favourite in Presidential race – but only just

Emmanuel Macron still remains the favourite to win the French Presidential race, according to the latest poll released over the weekend. Running as an independent centrist, the former Economy Minister is likely to win the first...

May tells Sturgeon: “Now is not the time” for second referendum

Speaking on ITV news, Prime Minister Theresa May rejected Nicola Sturgeon's request for a second referendum. In response to Sturgeon's hope for another referendum between autumn 2018 and spring 2019, May said that it would be "unfair" for...
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Dutch head to the polls in General Election blighted by populist sentiment

Polls opened on Wednesday morning in the Dutch General Election, which may prove to be yet another hard-fought contest between the sitting government and populist sentiment. The two frontrunners are Prime Minister Mark Rutte with...
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57 percent of Scottish voters would stay in the UK

57 percent of Scottish voters are in favour of remaining within the United Kingdom, according to a recently released poll published by YouGov. The poll, which samples 1028 Scottish adults, asked participants whether they thought...
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Is Donald Trump’s Twitter habit risking Impeachment?

Donald Trump's presidency thus far has not been short of controversy. His highly-criticised Muslim travel ban prompted mass international cry and was ultimately struck-down by a federal judge in Seattle, after the act caused disarray in...

Budget key points: as it happens

Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first budget on Wednesday, beginning with a positive statement on Britain's "robust growth" as it moves to leave the European Union. He began by saying he believes that this...
Lord Hesseltine sacked

Lord Hesseltine sacked over Brexit rebellion

  Lord Hesseltine has been sacked from numerous Government advisory roles, following his rebellion against Government Brexit negotiations in the House of Lords. The long-serving Conservative politician and key Thatcherite figure was sacked from five government...
Budget 2017

Budget 2017: Grammar Schools to be boosted by £320 million investment

The heavily anticipated 2017 Budget is set to be revealed on Wednesday, with the chancellor expected to confirm £320 million worth of funding for the improvement of schools across the country. The money is set...