Tony Blair has confirmed he is actively working to reverse Brexit, putting him at odds with the official Labour Party position. “It is reversible," he told BBC's Radio 4’s The World This Weekend. "It’s not done until it’s done." Asked if he was trying to overturn...
He was a member of the Rohingya student union in college, taught at a public high school and even won a parliamentary seat in Burma's thwarted elections in 1990. But according to the government of Burma, Kyaw Min’s fellow Rohingya do not...
Jose Mourinho praised the impact of two-goal Jesse Lingard after Manchester United's 3-1 Premier League win at Arsenal. The England midfielder struck United's second after 11 minutes and a second-half third as Arsenal were pushing for an equaliser. "He played well," United boss...
The United States is withdrawing from a United Nations declaration intended at protecting the rights of migrants, saying in a notice to the international group that staying in the agreement would be inconsistent with American immigration policy. The decision to withdraw from...
Donald Trump’s flagship tax reform bill could cause a severe recession, an economic historian has warned.  Professor Robert McElvaine, a leading expert on the Great Depression, said the Republicans are “sprinting towards an economic cliff” as they attempt to introduce sweeping tax...
A European court ruling in favour of a gig economy worker who never got a paid holiday in 13 years has been declared an example of how Brexit would be “a disaster for workers’ rights”. The union representing those in the gig...
Catalonia's removed vice president has been refused bail following a hearing by a Spanish judge. Oriol Junqueras was ordered to be kept in jail following charges of sedition, but six other former Catalan ministers were freed on bail by the court. Along with...
When the Chancellor Philip Hammond didn’t blame me in his Budget speech, I thought I’d got away with it. But the Internet never forgets; someone always has receipts. And after a week of reflection I can no longer ignore the damage caused...
“Bandwidth” is one of those fashionable expressions that, as they often do, loses any power it might have possessed through overuse, and is currently moving through a euphemistic phase towards cliché and then redundancy.  So Alan Milburn, the now former head of...
MPs have raised serious concerns about the post-Brexit regulation of the pharmaceuticals sector, warning that the UK’s departure from the EU could make Britain a less desirable place for investment and development. Ahead of a public evidence session on Tuesday, the Business, Energy...