As the first week of the new government begins, Haydn Roberts takes stock of Thursday’s results, and looks at what might be to come.
Author: Haydn Roberts
Wrap up warm, get out your voting pencils, and prepare to take your dogs to the polling stations (see Twitter). Britain is going back to polls just before Christmas.
Sitting on a Saturday for the first time since 1982 after the invasion of the Falkland Islands, MPs will be discussing the PMs latest Brexit deal today. The outcome is far from certain.
Citing “a number of logistical issues for the Union which we are unable to overcome within the time-frame of the notice given” they said the event will not be taking place. Haydn Roberts and Alex Jones report.
The government was dealt a massive blow today. Where does it go from here?
In his new book, Richard Ayoade casts a critical eye over Gwenth Paltrow, the news, and anal pancakes among other things. Haydn saw him in conversation and read his book to try to make sense of it all.
One man is in custody and enquires are ongoing after a man was found with stab wounds by nearby South Road.
After being called to an incident last night, Police discovered a man with suspected stab wounds that they have said are “potentially life-changing”.
Another extraordinary evening in UK politics – the second in succession. As the Commons passed a Brexit extension bill. We’ll try help you make sense of what’s occurring.
A rebel alliance, deal or no deal, and an election? We help you make sense of what on earth is going on.
Keep up to date with the third test at Headingley with our day-by-day reports and analysis: England look to draw level with Australia. Win, and its all to play for. Lose, and Australia will retain the Ashes.
After losing the first test, England looked to turn the tables on Australia.