Jeremy Corbyn’s resounding victory in the Labour Party leadership contest demonstrates a clear split between the parliamentary party and the membership. Corbyn won 62 per cent of the party vote to achieve re-election, but the process that brought about the challenge had seen a remarkable 172 of Labour’s 230 MPs back a motion of no confidence in their leader.4 comments
A Conservative minister talking openly about cutting pensioner benefits in the same week that Labour’s leadership contest ended may have been a coincidence.6 comments
A refusal to recognise currency is down to a simple lack of education writes Jane Bradley6 comments
All of the major vehicle manufacturers have been setting out their planned timescales for launching sales of driverless vehicles. Many people are surprised at the pace of change under which increasing numbers of cars are operating on our roads with less control by the driver. The UK Department for Transport (DfT) roadmap to encourage autonomous vehicles (AVs) on our roads envisages that the UK can be a world leader in AVs.