Raab suggests Government would bring back measures against noisy protests
Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab has suggested the Government would bring back controversial measures against noisy protests in the wake of a string of defeats in the Lords.
Peers inflict string of defeats against government protest crackdown
The government has suffered a series of defeats over its attempts to crackdown on protests after peers rejected a raft of controversial measures proposed by ministers in response to action taken by Insulate Britain and others.
Edwin Poots accuses Sinn Fein of 'abandoning' farmers with climate change bill
Sinn Fein has been accused of "abandoning" Northern Ireland's farmers by DUP Environment Minister Edwin Poots.
Russia would pay 'high price' for attack on Ukraine, says German minister
The new German foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, sought to reassure a nervous Ukraine that she will not allow Germany to compromise on the basic principles of Ukraine's territorial sovereignty when she meets the Russian foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, in Moscow for the first time on Tuesday.
Boris Johnson may have broken law by attending drinks bash, warns former DPP
A former director of public prosecutions has warned that Boris Johnson may have committed a crime by attending the bring your own booze Downing Street party as pressure on the Met to investigate intensified.
Rebel Tory MP has whip removed for voting with Labour
Boris Johnson has seen his parliamentary majority reduced after the Conservatives removed the party whip from a backbencher who voted with Labour over the cost of living crisis.
Unions, charities and green groups demand North Sea windfall tax
Unions, charities, think tanks and green campaign groups have urged Boris Johnson 's government to impose a windfall tax on oil and gas operators to ease the pressure on families facing rising fuel bills.
Austrian Holocaust survivor "Mrs. Gertrude" dies at 94
The Holocaust survivor Gertrude Pressburger, who became famous during Austria's 2016 presidential campaign with a video message in which "Mrs. Gertrude" warned of hatred and exclusion triggered by the far right, has died at 94.
How Doug Ford's re-election hopes are shaping up as the calendar turns to 2022 | CBC News
As winter takes hold in Ontario, the spring election undoubtedly feels a long way away - but with campaigning officially beginning in little more than four months, the province's political parties are ramping up preparations.
Police watchdog will not investigate No 10 party complaint
The police watchdog has decided it will not investigate a complaint over the Metropolitan Police's handling of an alleged Downing Street party.