These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Monday.British Prime Minister Theresa May to appear in American VogueMay was photographed at her country retreat by Annie Leibovitz, and a spokesperson for 10 Downing Street has confirmed that the images were taken for the April edition... Continue reading
Labour leader says entire system is at serious risk of breakdown unless government invests more money Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to take failing care homes into public ownership under a Labour government in a major speech slamming the Tories for “spectacularly” failing to spread Britain’s wealth evenly. Show More Summary
LONDON — Theresa May is urging GPs in England to extend their opening hours or risk losing funding. In a statement issued by Downing Street, the government said GPs must stay open for longer to meet demand from patients and take some...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May will make a major speech next week setting out further details on her plan for leaving the European Union, Downing Street said on Thursday. Her speech on Tuesday will lay out "more on our approach to...Show More Summary
Stephen Dorrell tells No 10 to focus on problems on the ground as new figures reveal extent of strain on the system before Christmas A former Conservative health secretary has said it was unfair for Downing Street to hint that the NHS England boss, Simon Stevens, was to blame for the winter crisis gripping the health service. Show More Summary
Health service chief to appear before MPs amid reports of tensions with Downing Street over ‘unenthusiastic’ attitude to cuts Simon Stevens, the NHS chief executive, has been defended by MPs for sounding the alarm over health funding, amid reports of tensions with Downing Street over his handling of the A&E winter crisis. Show More Summary
It would be nice to think that a British government of, supposedly, the free market ‘center right’ would want to have nothing to do with initiatives that increase the power of the state, reduce the privacy of the individual and threaten savers...Show More Summary
Submitted by Leonard Hyman & William Tilles via OilPrice.com, Donald Trump in the White House and Theresa May in 10 Downing Street. They will open the door to more nuclear spending, no doubt. Prime minister May has already given a green light to Britain’s most expensive energy project, a heavily subsidized nuclear power station at Hinkley Point. Show More Summary
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LONDON — Theresa May’s honeymoon period is coming to an end. Public satisfaction with her premiership has more than halved since she entered Downing Street, according to one poll out on Thursday. Growing Brexit uncertainties, Conservative...Show More Summary
Europe's politicians believe a trade deal with the UK could take up to a decade or more and could still fail in the final stages, Downing Street has been warned by the UK's ambassador to the EU....Davis made clear that the UK would seek...Show More Summary
LONDON — The boss of the National Audit Office — the body responsible for auditing government departments and ensuring their accounts are in order — says there is no good reason for Downing Street not to release a letter sent to theShow More Summary
LONDON — The row between Boris Johnson and Theresa May escalated further last night after the Foreign Secretary's allies said that Downing Street was trying to undermine him because it feels "threatened" by him. The feud erupted on Thursday after the Guardian published comments made by the gaffe-prone Johnson at a conference in Rome last week. Show More Summary