With just 112 days to go until the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, StaffsLive explores how the 12 Staffordshire MPs might vote on the Prime Minister’s ‘Brexit deal’ next Tuesday. Members of Parliament from across the country are today sitting in their fourth of five days of debates in the House of Commons, leading up to a crucial vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Defence Secretary and South Staffordshire MP Gavin Williamson made an embarrassing porn blunder on Instagram.
Posting a tired-looking selfie on the photo-based social media site, he wrote: “This is what you look like when you have been traveling all through the night, and everything is so busy when you get back to the UK, it is fair to say I am knackered!”
Stoke-on-Trent South MP Jack Brereton gave the Communities Minister Jake Berry a tour of Longton town centre today.
The Conservative Party has accidentally allowed the personal details of hundreds of MPs, journalists and Cabinet Ministers to be released to the public following a security flaw on its official Conference app.
You may have seen #Vote100 floating about on social media over the past few weeks, but what is it all about?
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed a law allowing the first women, and all men to vote for the first time. #Vote100 is the hashtag being used to celebrate this milestone.
Theresa May has named March 29th, 2019 as the date that the UK is going to depart from the European Union.
A new Pie Shop in Hanley proposed to replace UKIP’s campaign office has been met with a wave of support.
Over 35 independent chefs have offered to volunteer their services to a new fundraising campaign, which to hopes to reclaim the former Chatwins shop in Hanley as a pop up pie shop and community space.
By Emma James & Dan Bates
Labour’s Paul Farrelly celebrated his fourth consecutive term representing Newcastle-under-Lyme in Parliament.
Mr Farrelly won the seat by the skin of his teeth, beating his Tory rival with just 650 votes.
The General Election runners and riders in seven north and mid Staffordshire constituencies have been unveiled.
And more than 10 parties are in the race in Stoke-on-Trent, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Stone, Stafford and Staffordshire Moorlands.
StaffsLive reporters Tom Parry and James McDougall take a look at the favourites, outside bets…and donkeys!
Stafford MP Jeremy Lefroy has called for the voting age to be lowered to 16.
The Conservative MP was speaking to a number of students at Stafford College during a debate with Labour candidate Kate Godfrey.