LIVE: Rishi Sunak’s Brexit deal to be formally signed off TODAY

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s Brexit deal for Northern Ireland will be formally signed off on today at an official meeting in London, amid hopes that improved UK-EU relations will result in benefits elsewhere. Foreign Secretary James Cleverly and European Commission President Maros Sefcovic will co-chair a meeting in which the UK and EU will … Read more

Failure to Deport Migrants will Cause British Taxpayers to Spend £9 billion in Three Years

The British government’s inability to deport failed asylum seekers will cost the British taxpayer £9 billion over the next three years, during which time a quarter of a million illegal migrants will enter the country, according to a Refugee Council report. The pro-mass migration Refugee Council predicts that over 150,000 people will be denied asylum … Read more

Outgoing Nicola Sturgeon becomes emotional in final FMQ

Nicola Sturgeon showed all of her emotions during her final First Minister’s Questions appearance, amid claims she founded the NHS and pleaded with opposition MSPs not to bring up the SNP membership crisis. As members of the Scottish Parliament arrived for Nicola Sturgeon’s final speech as First Minister, some SNP members were seen bringing boxes … Read more

REVEALED: Full list of MPs who voted against Rishi Sunak’s new Brexit deal

Despite a rebellion from some Tory MPs and the DUP, Rishi Sunak’s new Brexit deal has passed its first Commons test. MPs approved regulations to implement the Stormont brake section of the Windsor Framework by a vote of 515 to 29, with a majority of 486. According to the division list, 22 Conservative MPs voted … Read more

Fury as Sunak publishes personal data and reveals eyewatering total tax payments

According to newly released documents, Rishi Sunak paid £432,493 in tax during the fiscal year 2021/22. According to the Prime Minister’s tax return, he paid £325,826 in capital gains tax and £120,604 in UK income tax on a total income of £329,561. Sunak revealed his tax returns for the previous three years after facing scrutiny … Read more

Analysis: How France, life expectancy, and Gen X affected the British gov’t decision on pension policies

The government has decided not to move forward with plans to raise the state pension age. The state pension age, which is currently 66, will be raised to 67 by the end of 2028. It was then expected to gradually increase from 67 to 68 between 2044 and 2046. However, ministers were eager to push … Read more

Braverman considers migrants to be deported to Rwanda truly ‘blessed’

The Home Secretary of the United Kingdom has said that boat migrants who may be deported and resettled in Rwanda should consider the arrangements a “blessing,” infuriating anti-borders activists and politicians. Suella Braverman lauded the benefits of the long-running UK-Rwanda Migration and Economic Development Partnership after a visit to the African country, which has agreed … Read more

Tories ‘regain trust’ from Brits a week after Jeremy Hunt’s Budget, new poll reveals

The latest poll of Westminster voting intentions gave Rishi Sunak a major boost this afternoon, suggesting a significant shift from Labour to the Conservatives in just one week.  According to Deltapoll’s survey, the gap between the two major parties has narrowed by 13 points since this time last week. Labour’s poll lead has shrunk from … Read more

Ex-PM Johnson’s official partygate defence set to be revealed today

Boris Johnson’s response to allegations that he lied to parliament about Downing Street lockdown parties is expected today. The former prime minister’s case will be submitted to the privileges committee by barrister Lord Pannick KC, and allies believe his position – that he was unaware any gatherings broke the rules – will be “vindicated”. Mr … Read more