A former Tory MP has revealed that he received a death threat while travelling to the Conservative Party Conference.Read the full story ›
Dominic Grieve lambasted the PM’s ‘tub-thumping populism’ which he said had led ‘straightforwardly’ to the death threats he has received.Read the full story ›
Beaconsfield Conservatives back no confidence motion in the prominent pro-Remain MP at their annual general meeting.Read the full story ›
Furious ministers have turned on the European Research Group of Eurosceptic Tory MPs after Theresa May’s humiliating Valentine’s Day defeat.Read the full story ›
The former attorney general spoke as a poll suggested businesses are unhappy with the Government’s business strategies.Read the full story ›
The ex-attorney general tells ITV News the new Brexit secretary's threat to EU is empty and warns of the dire impact of a 'no-deal' Brexit.Read the full story ›
Theresa May is heading for yet another parliamentary showdown on her flagship EU withdrawal bill.Read the full story ›
In her letter of resignation Baroness Warsi says that the Government's policy on Gaza is "morally indefensible".
My view has been that our policy in relation to the Middle East Peace Process generally but more recently our approach and language during the current crisis in Gaza is morally indefensible, is not in Britain's national interest and will have a long term detrimental impact on our reputation internationally and domestically.
Particularly as the Minister with responsibility for the United Nations, The International Criminal Court and Human Rights I believe our approach in relation to the current conflict is neither consistent with our values, specifically our commitment to the rule of law and our long history of support for International Justice. In many ways the absence of the experience and expertise of colleagues like Ken Clarke and Dominic Grieve has over the last few weeks become very apparent.