Sir Keir's patriotism problem: One-in-eight Labour voters (and one-in-12 Lib Dems) think the St George's Cross is 'RACIST and divisive and should NOT be displayed' - as Tories accuse Starmer's party of 'hating Britain'

A study has revealed that Labour voters are 13 times as likely as Conservative supporters to describe it as 'racist and divisive'.

Former Newsnight presenter and Prince Andrew's interviewer Emily Maitlis among eclectic line-up announced by Channel 4 for its general election coverage, which also includes Rory Stewart and Clare Balding

Emily Maitlis, 53, will present Channel 4's election special alongside Channel 4 News presenter and Strictly Come Dancing star Krishnan Guru-Murthy.

ANDREW PIERCE: Will Keir criticism see Mandy back in the wilderness?

ANDREW PIERCE: As one of the architects of New Labour , the former Cabinet minister Lord Mandelson enjoys an open line to Sir Keir Starmer .

REVEALED: Former Tory minister who leapt to Angela Rayner's defence... is working for Labour

Nick Boles was lauded by the Left last week after accusing the Tories of 'hypocrisy' for questioning whether Labour's deputy leader is telling the truth about her property dealings.

One in eight Labour voters think St George's Flag is 'racist and divisive and should not be displayed' according to a new poll

A study has revealed that Labour voters are 13 times as likely as Conservative supporters to describe it as 'racist and divisive'.

Mark Menzies quits the Tories and says he will stand down at the general election following claims the Fylde MP used political donations to pay off 'bad people' who locked him in a flat

The 52-year-old said it had been a 'very difficult week' following claims he used political donations to pay off 'bad people' who had locked him in a flat.

Senior Labour MP insists Keir Starmer is 'absolutely right' to take Angela Rayner at her word over housing row in scramble to defend party leader for not reading his deputy's legal advice

Shabana Mahmood, the shadow justice secretary, defended the Labour leader but dodged questions about why Sir Keir had still not seen his deputy's legal advice.

MPs warn Lord Cameron that Britain must not restore funding for 'Hamas-linked' UN aid agency in Gaza after 12 workers were sacked amid Israeli claims they took part in October 7

The top Tories, which includes former Cabinet minister Therese Villiers, said it would be a disgrace to restore funds to UNRWA, and that doing do would be 'morally bankrupt.'

Are you listening Emily Thornberry? Keir Starmer says Labour 'must not flinch' at flying the St George's flag as he blasts Tories as 'no longer a patriotic party'

The Labour leader used a newspaper article in the run-up to St George's Day to warn his MPs against shying away from national symbols.

PETER HITCHENS: There's nothing conservative about these warmongers and dubious drug legalisers

All supporters of free speech must, of course, rally to the defence of the strange conference in Brussels which was briefly shut down last week. But if this was conservatism, no wonder the cause is lost.

Is this the end of the wet wipe? Tories and Labour both vow to outlaw sales of ones with plastic in them

Environment Secretary Steve Barclay is due to say this week that the action is needed to protect the UK's waterways from damaging pollution and to prevent microplastics from entering the environment.

Senior Conservatives warn BBC as they compile damning anti-Tory bias dossier as top figures contrast wall-to-wall coverage of William Wragg and Mark Menzies scandals with Angela Rayner council house row

Senior party figures, who are tracking the BBC's news coverage, contrast wall-to-wall coverage of Tory scandals with that of problems afflicting Labour , such as the Angela Rayner council house row.

Married Tory Lord Ed Vaizey's name appears on birth certificate of Saudi Arabian political analyst's baby

The Mail on Sunday has learned that former minister Ed Vaizey's names appear on the official document recording the birth of Saudi Arabian political analyst Najah Al-Otaibi's daughter.

TikTok 'total ban' in the U.S. is now the 'predetermined outcome' after House forces sale of popular app

The House passed a measure Saturday to force a sale of TikTok by China-based parent company ByteDance, that critics say is a 'predetermined' outcome for a total ban.

Liz Truss is right - the Tory party's MP selection process has been so taken over by wokery that even a raging communist could be picked as a candidate, whistleblower tells ANNA MIKHAILOVA and GLEN OWEN

Squashed into a steamy corner of The Spectator's office in Westminster, Liz Truss warned fellow members of the Tory Right that they were losing the battle for the future of the party.

The end of hated 20mph speed limit in Wales: Roads revert to 30mph as transport minister reveals even his own family have signed 500,000-strong petition against the scheme

Transport minister Ken Skates said the decision to change some routes back to the its 30mph speed limits will address concerns that 'a lot of people' have raised 'on a consistent basis'.

Tories were told Mark Menzies claims `constituted...

The Fylde MP lost the whip after allegedly using political donations to cover medical expenses and pay off 'bad people' who had locked him in a flat and demanded thousands of pounds for his release.

Tory candidate for London Mayor says she will ban commuters from playing loud music on the Tube if she is voted in: Susan Hall reveals radical move as she closes the gap on Sadiq Khan

Ms Hall has suggested that if elected she will update Transport for London's (TfL) conditions of carriage to include a ban on people playing loud music.

Police to review claims Tory MP Mark Menzies allegedly misused £14,000 of party funds

The Fylde MP has been suspended from the party whip and dropped as one of the PM's trade envoys. Labour has also pressed for a criminal probe by writing to police.

UK's post-Covid sick note crisis is laid bare as think-tank warns 5.4MILLION Brits could be on health-related benefits by 2029 - up from just 3.2m in 2019 - with alarming surge among young people

As Rishi Sunak launched a 'moral mission' to help more people into work, the IFS released estimates underlining the mounting scale of the problem.

Get a sick note for £25 - by just filling out a FORM: Anger over online firms offering same-day letters 'with NO appointments necessary'

The letters, allowing customers to be signed off work by UK-regulated medics, were promised with 'no appointments necessary'.