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Tories hoping for Midlands gains in ‘difficult’ local elections

Mr Lewis's appearance in this ward a couple of miles northwest of Dudley town centre is a sign of how seriously the Tories are about winning control of the local council in next month's elections

Theresa May to face critical MPs over lack of vote on...

Theresa May will pre-empt planned opposition motions by applying to the Speaker for a debate herself "to give the House an extended opportunity to discuss the military action"

Telford authorities ‘still failing to tackle child abuse’ amid grooming investigation

MP for Telford Lucy Allan says the evidence she's complied from victims and their families shows "a failure to understand the nature of grooming" by the local police and the Crown Prosecution Service

Sky Ocean Rescue: Bottle return scheme is ‘a victory for the...

In February 2017, a whale with a gut full of plastic was fished out of waters off Norway's west coast. Of the 30 plastic bags that clogged the creature's stomach causing it agony, some came from the UK

Have the Tories finally found a way to unite on Brexit?

Conservatives and Labour alike fighting amongst themselves about what Brexit should look like

Brexit: What has been agreed between the EU and UK for...

Above all, don't forget this point. The whole thing could fall apart over something we haven't even thought of yet

Labour’s Debbie Abrahams forced to step aside from shadow cabinet amid...

Shadow work and pensions secretary, Debbie Abrahams, was asked on Friday to step aside from her role over "work based complaints"

Hammond confident of ‘real change’ as he looks for new ways...

Philip Hammond will use his first Spring Statement on Tuesday to call for evidence on how to reduce the environmentally damaging waste in similar ways to the plastic bag charge

PM’s Brexit offer needs ‘giant leaps of faith’

Forty-eight hours after she delivered her Road to Brexit Mansion House speech neither her Brexiteers nor her Remainers have broken ranks to protest betrayal. Her softest of hard Brexits has found safe passage - in London at least

May tries to put Tory Brexit divisions ‘to bed’ in Mansion...

Today she tried to put those divisions to bed, as she dialled down the ideological rhetoric and instead went into detail about what she wants Britain’s future relationship with the EU to be