How hard can it be to say where you lived Angela? What Tories are asking as Labour says it is proud of Rayner's defiant stance in 'two-homes' row

Angela Rayner has been accused of hypocrisy over her refusal to publish the tax advice on her controversial property dealings.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Why won't Rayner come clean on tax?

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Like a terrier sighting a rat, Labour's deputy leader pursues her quarry tenaciously, and with a dollop of moralising thrown in for good measure.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Why won't Rayner come clean on tax?

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Like a terrier sighting a rat, Labour's deputy leader pursues her quarry tenaciously, and with a dollop of moralising thrown in for good measure.

Revealed: The Fujitsu fat cats who pocketed huge salaries while its flawed Horizon accounting system ruined lives of thousands of postmasters wrongly accused of stealing from the Post Office - as it emerges they are STILL in charge of government contracts

EXCLUSIVE: The Fujitsu fat cats pocketed generous six and seven figure salaries plus bonuses while Horizon caused misery for the 3,500 postmasters wrongly accused of stealing.

Fury as Japanese IT giant Fujitsu is free to bid for more government work (on top of £3.6bn earned on Rishi Sunak's watch) despite its Horizon system playing central role in Post Office Scandal as No10 refuses to pre-empt inquiry

No10 confirmed today that it will not act against IT giant Fujitsu until the completion of a public inquiry into the Horizon debacle that saw hundreds of sub-postmasters unjustly convicted of theft.

Fujitsu handed £3.6billion in Government contracts on Rishi Sunak's watch - AFTER a court ruled its botched Horizon IT system was at the heart of the Post Office scandal

Fujitsu has been awarded work totalling £4.9billion since a December 2019 Court of Appeal ruling that its Horizon software had 'bugs, errors and defects'.

'Why is Nadhim Zahawi an ITV actor now?' Viewers are shocked to see ex-Cabinet Minister landing a new job... playing himself in TV drama Mr Bates vs The Post Office

Former Cabinet Minister Nadhim Zahawi has landed a role playing himself in the drama, in a move that has raised eyebrows with viewers and on set.

Michelle Mone and her family say they have been 'treated as a punchbag' after lying about having no connections to a PPE company awarded £200million of government contracts

Michelle Mone's husband Doug Barrowman has hit out at what he called 'lamentable failures' by ministers when procuring personal protective equipment during the pandemic.

Outrage as hard-Left group organises for children to skip school and go on Gaza marches as teachers 'wave through absences' - with thousands of kids on pro-Palestinian rallies

Hardline groups are advising parents on how to avoid fines from schools and on setting up protests, according to the Policy Exchange think-tank.

Jeremy Hunt is urged to let workers keep more of their cash through tax cuts amid warnings of stagnant growth if ministers fail to make reforms

Former home secretary Priti Patel led the calls for tax cuts in the Commons, as the Chancellor promised an 'Autumn Statement for growth'.

'Cruel' levy will see an extra 50,000 grieving families dragged into paying inheritance tax - prompting calls from senior Tories for duty to be 'abolished'

The Government has frozen the threshold at which the 'cruel' levy applies at £325,000 until April 2028, which will remain at the level set in 2021, the Telegraph reports.

Crisis grows for Tory mayoral hopeful Daniel Korski as minister 'pauses' support amid groping claims

Children and families minister Claire Coutinho became the latest frontbencher to distance themselves from his efforts, after Daisy Goodwin filed an official complaint against him.

Crisis grows for Tory London mayoral hopeful Daniel Korski following groping allegation

Tory education minister Robert Halfon reportedly 'paused' his support for Daniel Korski (pictured) yesterday. Other senior Tories remained silent over whether they were still backing him.

Britain is 'hooked' on cheap foreign labour because the apprentice system is 'failing'

The UK should link apprenticeship funding to its visa policy to make sure firms are able to train up local talent instead of being forced to 'rely on immigration,' a new Policy Exchange report says.

Former Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi joins calls for Government to scrap tourist tax

Nadhim Zahawi (pictured) says the Government's decision to scrap the benefit has pushed foreign tourists away and is hampering growth.

Cabinet Secretary Simon Case's future in doubt amid claims of 'much worse' WhatsApp messages to come

The Cabinet Secretary, who is also head of the civil service, has already come under pressure over his WhatsApp messages from the pandemic.

New Tory chairman Greg Hands reveals he was tapped up by a Russian spy

Greg Hands suspected it was 'classic espionage' to test his willingness to help the Kremlin. He was later contacted by MI5 after they found his number on the man's phone.

Rishi Sunak drafts in Red Wall MP Lee Anderson as deputy Tory chair

Rishi Sunak has appointed Lee Anderson - a Brexit-backing former Labour councillor - to the key role under new chairman Greg Hands.

Kabinettsumbildung in London – und ein neues „Ministerium für Energiesicherheit“

Premierminister Rishi Sunak nutzt die Gelegenheit, um sein Kabinett grundlegend umzugestalten. Der Tory-Politiker signalisiert dabei auch, dass er die Sorgen der Bevölkerung ernst nehme – die Folgen der hohen Energiekosten sollen bekämpft werden.

Rishi Sunak reshuffles Cabinet with Greg Hands taking over as Tory chair

Rishi Sunak has installed veteran trade minister Greg Hands as the new chief at CCHQ in a reshuffle.

Greg Hands replaces Nadhim Zahawi as Tory chairman: Rishi Sunak installs multi-lingual ex-Remainer

Mr Sunak is believed to have struggled to find someone willing to fill the role, and his choice of Mr Hands in a role linking the Government with the party faithful may raise some eyebrows.