The mother of a barman who died on a private holiday island has filed a complaint against police, claiming they “botched” the investigation into his death.
European Parliament says backstop ‘cannot be renegotiated’ and calls for EU to step up no-deal planning
European Parliament chiefs have warned that the backstop in Theresa May’s Brexit deal cannot be renegotiated and urged the EU to intensify planning for a no-deal.
Tories restore whip to MPs suspended over claims of sexual misconduct so they can take part in Theresa May no-confidence vote
The Conservatives reinstated the party whip for two MPs who were suspended over allegations of sexual wrongdoing, just in time for them to take part in tonight’s vote of no confidence in Theresa May.
‘What’s happening in the UK, which we thought was boringly stable, is quite extraordinary’: Europe reacts as May sees off leadership challenge
Before our very eyes, the infrastructure of British hardline Euroscepticism, or Europhobia, is crumbling. We can all see the painful slide of UKIP into a front organisation for Tommy Robinson, and the rot has spread to mainstream Tory party Euroscepticism – the European Research Group, or ERG.