NEWS: BBC POLITICS
Setup News Ticker
   NEWS: BBC POLITICS
BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Is Boris Johnson right about the rules on kippers?
Tory leadership candidate Boris Johnson says EU regulations put burdens on kipper smokers. Is he right?

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs back bid to block Parliament suspension
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Who do young Tories want as our next PM?
The average age of a Conservative party member is 57. But who do younger activists favour - Hunt or Johnson?

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

My son was scarred for life by dangerous dog
A mother from Bishopton has spoken out as MSPs hear attacks by dogs are still "unacceptably high".

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit could cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs approve measure to block Parliament shutdown
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: MPs to vote on move to block Parliament shutdown
The measure aims to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No deal cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal could cause £30bn economic hit, watchdog says
The Office for Budget Responsibility says borrowing could surge if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs call for halt to police's use of live facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs and taxpayers on retrospective loan charge payments
Anger is growing among taxpayers facing large demands from HMRC over their loan charge repayments.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Labour peers consider Corbyn no-confidence vote
The move follows the sacking of Baroness Hayter after she criticised the handling of anti-Semitism claims.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit likely to cause UK recession, says watchdog
The Office for Budget Responsibility says the economy could shrink if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Crimes solved by police in England and Wales at new low
Only 7.8% of offences saw someone being charged or summonsed to appear in court, figures show.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

MPs call for halt to authorities' use of facial recognition
The House of Commons' Science and Technology raises concerns about accuracy and bias.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

No-deal Brexit will cause UK recession, says fiscal watchdog
The Office for Budget Responsibility said the economy would shrink 2% if the UK leaves without a deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Tory leadership candidates compared: Johnson v Hunt
We take a look at the two Conservative MPs going head-to-head to become the next prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 18, 2019

Brexit: UK 'will have to face consequences' in event of no deal
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says Theresa May never told him she was willing to leave without one.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Labour peer Baroness Hayter sacked for 'last days of Hitler' jibe
Baroness Hayter is sacked as shadow Brexit minister for making "offensive" remarks, the party says.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Labour peer Baroness Hayter sacked for Jeremy Corbyn criticism
Baroness Hayter is sacked as shadow Brexit minister for making "offensive" remarks, the party says.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Johnson and Hunt told no-deal Brexit 'threat to research'
The Royal Society tells the Tory leadership candidates the UK collaborates more with the EU than the US.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Dangerous dogs law 'not fit for purpose', say MSPs
New laws were introduced in 2010 but attacks by dogs are still "unacceptably high", MSPs hear.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Timmermans: UK ran around 'like idiots' in Brexit negotiations
The EU Commission's first vice-president claimed ministers turned up to Brussels without a plan in 2017.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Conservative PM candidates face final hustings
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt make their last pitches to Conservative members before voting closes.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Bullying in Parliament: MPs extend complaints scope
MPs agree to allow historical complaints to be looked at, but fewer than 30 attend the debate.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Brexit: Peers back move to prevent shutdown of Parliament
Supporters of the measure hope to stop a future PM bypassing Parliament to push through a no deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Theresa May: 'I'm worried about the state of politics'
The outgoing prime minister says there are "grounds for serious concern" about domestic and international politics.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Government's TV licence fee decision was 'nuclear', BBC boss says
The BBC's boss says he told the government it had taken the "nuclear" option on TV licences.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

May warns against 'absolutist' politics of 'winners and losers'
In her last major speech, the PM says lack of compromise is leading to a dangerous "absolutism".

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Muslim Conservatives speak out after criticism of the party over Islamophobia
They warn the party must become proactive in tackling the issue at grassroots level.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

PMQS: Heald and May on animal welfare
A Tory MP praises the record of Theresa May in tackling the abuse of animals.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Emotional Speaker John Bercow addresses Richard Ratcliffe
The Speaker tells Richard Ratcliffe his wife Nazanin - in jail in Iran - will never be forgotten.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

PMQs: Sherriff and May on railways in northern England
A Yorkshire MP tells the prime minister her constituents can't decide which is delayed most - the Northern Powerhouse, promised by the government, or their next train.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

PMQs: Corbyn challenges May on climate change record
Theresa May insists the government has taken "historic steps forward" in tackling climate change after Jeremy Corbyn criticises her record.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

PMQs: Blackford and May on Tory immigration policies
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford accuses the Conservatives of sharing ground with the "extremes" of Donald Trump and Nigel Farage.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

PMQs: May tells Corbyn to make anti-Semitism apology
When the Labour leader is challenged about anti-Semitism in his party, he demands answers about Islamophobia in the Tory party.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Anti-Semitism: May and Corbyn clash over anti-racism records
The PM calls on the Labour leader to apologise for anti-Semitism failings in heated Commons exchanges.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Wirral councillor suspended over Ku Klux Klan comment
David Burgess-Joyce compared the black MP David Lammy's record to the white supremacist group.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Labour poverty pledge: What does it mean?
Labour is promising to end in-work poverty in its first term if it wins the next election.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

'I experienced bullying behaviour from senior MPs'
Former Commons clerk Hannah White says she was berated "for simply having done my job".

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Bullying in Parliament: MPs to consider extending inquiry
A government motion would amend the independent complaints scheme to investigate historical complaints.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Labour pledges to end in-work poverty in first five years
The party says it will eliminate the "modern-day scourge" if it wins the next election.

BBC Politics
Jul 17, 2019

Parliament: MPs to consider extending bullying inquiry
A government motion would amend the independent complaints scheme to investigate historical complaints.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism row: Advert criticises Jeremy Corbyn
Labour lords accuse party leader Jeremy Corbyn of presiding over a "toxic culture" of anti-Semitism.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Labour pledges to end in-work poverty in first full term
The party says it will eliminate the "modern-day scourge" if it wins the next election.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Minister apologises to academic Sir Roger Scruton over sacking
The housing secretary says he regrets removing Sir Roger Scruton as a government adviser.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Von der Leyen elected EU Commission head after MEPs vote
The German will become the first female president of the European Commission, after a close vote.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Domestic Abuse laws 'will tackle injustice'
The government says it will bring better support for victims, but charities warn more funding is key.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Flexible working should be default, says MP Helen Whately
An MP introduces a bill to force all employers to allow staff to work flexible hours.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Tory leadership race: Michael Gove 'keeping shtum' over choice
The environment secretary says both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt "would do a great job".

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Brexit: Labour MP Sarah Champion on Brexit vote
Labour MP says she is not sure if she will back her party's expected no confidence vote in the government over Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

A guide to Labour Party anti-Semitism claims
The roots of the row over Jeremy Corbyn's party and claims of anti-Semitism.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

National Lottery: Age limit for players could be raised
The government says it will consult on raising the age limit for playing the National Lottery from 16.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Michael Gove: Time running out to stop damage to planet
Mr Gove says there is a moral, political and economic imperative to tackle climate change.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Domestic Abuse Bill 'fruitless without more frontline staff'
A domestic abuse survivor says it's key to have people supporting victims at grassroot levels.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Grieve: There has been 'Talibanisation' of Tory Party
He says some Tory MPs fear they will be deselected by their local associations if they speak out against Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

EU Commission: What is it and what does it do?
The European Commission is a key EU body - what is it and who gets on to it?

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Domestic Abuse Bill introduced in Parliament
The government says it will bring better support for victims, but charities warn more funding is key.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Britain First group fined by UK elections watchdog
The Electoral Commission says the far-right group committed "multiple breaches" of electoral law.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Drug death rate in Scotland highest in EU
The country's drug death rate is now nearly three times that of the UK as a whole, and higher than any other EU country.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Scotland has highest drug death rate in EU
The number of drug-related deaths in the country soared last year, and is now three times that of the UK as a whole.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Domestic Abuse Bill to be introduced in Parliament
The government says it will bring better support for victims, but charities warn more funding is key.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Tory leadership: Hunt and Johnson's backstop remarks 'significant'
A senior Tory says the views expressed by the leadership rivals appear to rule out any compromise.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Recorded drug deaths in Scotland highest in EU
The country's drug death rate is now nearly three times that of the UK as a whole, and higher than any other EU country.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

EU Commission head nominee von der Leyen urges 'green deal'
German minister Ursula von der Leyen promises MEPs ambitious measures against climate change.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

EU top nominee von der Leyen in 'green deal' push for MEP votes
Germany's Ursula von der Leyen wants a carbon neutral EU by 2050 and says Brexit could be delayed.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Peterborough by-election fraud inquiry: No 'offences' in all cases
The by-election was won by Labour who narrowly beat the Brexit Party into second place.

BBC Politics
Jul 16, 2019

Wales farm subsidy replacement plans to be delayed
It is not now expected in Welsh Government plans for the next year, but transport changes are.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Government should not manage railways, says review
A "Fat Controller" figure should lead operations, says the man tasked with improving the railways.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

PM candidates condemn Trump's 'go back' remark to congresswomen
Jeremy Hunt says the language was "totally offensive", while Boris Johnson says it was "unacceptable".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Labour peers call for investigation into anti-Semitism claims
It comes as party staff demand an apology from Jeremy Corbyn on Labour's response to Panorama programme.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Tory leadership: Johnson and Hunt in final head-to-head debate of campaign
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt will face questions from Sun newspaper readers as race enters last week.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable on MP defections
After press reports of two Tory MPs defecting to the Lib Dems, Sir Vince Cable says the real "measure of success is whether the voters defect".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

MP defections to Lib Dems 'before summer is out'
After press reports of two Tory MPs defecting to the Lib Dems, Sir Vince Cable says the real "measure of success is whether the voters defect".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Theresa May condemns Trump's 'go back' remark to congresswomen
The outgoing PM calls attack directed at Democratic congresswomen of colour "completely unacceptable".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Theresa May condemns Trump's 'go home' remark to congresswomen
The outgoing PM calls attack directed at Democratic congresswomen of colour "completely unacceptable".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Porn block: Margot James 'extremely sorry' for delay
"I know it sounds incompetent," Margot James says of age rules that should have started on Monday.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Jared O'Mara, Sheffield Hallam MP vows to stand again
Jared O'Mara, an independent MP since 2018, says he will rise like a "phoenix from the flames".

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Politics of automation: Factory workers and robots
Humans and robots working together in a factory may excite some tech geeks, but worry others who fear job losses.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Brexit: No-deal battle could be decided by Supreme Court says Letwin
Oliver Letwin says it is not clear if MPs can stop a no-deal Brexit - but the Supreme Court might.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Iran nuclear deal: 'Small window' to save deal, says Jeremy Hunt
Britain, Germany and France are emphasising their support for the deal amid tensions in the Gulf.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

'Poverty link' to youth violence - London mayor
Sadiq Khan says "there's never any excuse for criminality" but that poverty is a factor.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Northern Ireland bill - what happens next?
If Stormont is not restored, could Northern Ireland have same-sex marriage and abortion laws?

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

LGBT teaching row: Government 'too slow' to tackle protests
Sara Khan, hired by the government to tackle extremism, says teachers should have had more support.

BBC Politics
Jul 15, 2019

Whistleblowers: 'We spoke out and lost our jobs'
As MPs and peers call for an overhaul of whistleblowing laws, a former teacher explains why she took action.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Iran nuclear deal: Jeremy Hunt aims to ease tensions
Britain, Germany and France have jointly issued a statement stressing their support for the deal.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Trade negotiators wanted to fill Brexit gap
Liam Fox wants to train new trade negotiators. Opponents say it is a last-minute scramble.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism row: Push for independent complaints process
Demands for a new system will be taken to the ruling executive after allegations of interference.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Thornberry: Labour must "sort out" anti-Semitism
Labour MP Emily Thornberry says "nobody can pretend" her party doesn't have an anti-Semitism problem.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Brexit: 'No guarantee' of medicines if no EU deal agreed
Scottish minister Mike Russell says there could be problems obtaining adequate supplies.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism row: Don't attack messengers, says Thornberry
The shadow foreign secretary says "nobody can pretend there isn't an ongoing problem" within Labour.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Welsh MP Guto Bebb to stand down at election over Tory concerns
Conservative MP Guto Bebb says Boris Johnson would be a "disastrous" prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Brexit: Campaigner Gina Miller threatens no deal court battle
Gina Miller says she will take legal action if the next prime minister tries to shut down Parliament.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Chancellor warns of 'lack of control' over no-deal Brexit
Philip Hammond warns that the UK will not be able to control key elements of a no-deal Brexit.

BBC Politics
Jul 14, 2019

Hammond says UK 'cannot control no-deal Brexit'
The Chancellor believes that the power over Brexit lies with EU member states and private business.

BBC Politics
Jul 13, 2019

Hunt v Johnson: The business view
Businesses in a Tory heartland give their views on what they want from the next prime minister.

BBC Politics
Jul 13, 2019

New leak claims Trump scrapped Iran nuclear deal 'to spite Obama'
The latest disclosure comes despite a police warning to media about publishing leaked diplomatic memos.

BBC Politics
Jul 12, 2019

Sir Kim Darroch: Police launch probe into Trump email 'leak'
Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu says the alleged leak damaged UK international relations.

BBC Politics
Jul 12, 2019

The Andrew Neil interviews: Johnson and Hunt fact-checked
The leadership hopefuls were interviewed by the BBC. Reality Check examines their claims.

BBC Politics
Jul 12, 2019

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt: The Andrew Neil interviews fact-checked
The leadership hopefuls were interviewed by the BBC. Reality Check examines their claims.

TRENDING TAGS
Stockstrade earnings fall European down
earningsQ2 Call Transcript trade Stocks
Tradestocks earnings war European fall
Netflixsubscriber Stock growth Subscribers Earnings
Profitbeats Stanley UPDATE estimates quarterly
Chinatrade US-China war hits Global
Stockearnings trade Netflix fall European
Techstocks Earnings trade Technology How
LowerSTOCKS trade opens Netflix edge
StanleyMORGAN profit beats wealth management

NEWS SOURCES
Top News (Business News)
Accounting Today
AdWeek News
Banking Business Review
Barron's This Week Magazine
Barron's Up and Down Wall Street Daily
Brad Ideas
Chicago Tribune Business News
CNBC Business
CNBC Economy
CNBC Finance
CNN/Money
CNN/Money Real Estate News
Dismal.com: Analysis
Dismal.com: Indicators
Enterprise Application News
Entrepreneur.com
Forbes Headlines
Forbes Social Media News
FT.com - China, Economy & Trade
FT.com - Financial Markets
FT.com - Hedge Funds
FT.com - Telecoms
FT.com - US
Google Business News
Google Market News
HBS Working Knowledge
Inc.com
INSEAD Knowledge
International Tax Review
Kiplinger
Knowledge@Wharton
L.S. Starrett News
MarketWatch
MarketWatch Breaking News
MarketWatch MarketPulse
McKinsey Quarterly
MSNBC.com: Business
Nielsen Trends
NonProfit Times
NPR Topics: Business
NYTimes Business
OpinionJournal.com
Private Equity Breaking News
Reuters Business
Reuters Company News
Reuters Money
SEC.gov Updates: News Digest
SHRM HR News
Tax Policy News
The Economist International News
The Motley Fool
USA Today Money
Wall Street Journal US Business
Wall Street Transcript
Washington Post Business
WSJ Asia
WSJ Europe
WSJ MoneyBeat
WSJ Opinion
WSJ US News
WSJ World Markets
Yahoo Business
  • CEOExpress
  • 1 Boston Place | Suite 2600
    Boston MA 02108
  • 617 482 1200
    617 299 8649 (fax)
  • Contact
  • As an Amazon Associate
    CEOExpress earns from
    qualifying purchases.

©1999-2019 CEOExpress Company LLC