The Tory leadership hopeful says he would use money set aside for a no-deal Brexit to cut taxes for people earning more than £50,000.
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Two campaigners halted an operation to tow the rig out to sea in the Cromarty Firth.
The track in Dawlish has proven susceptible to flooding since it was repaired after the 2014 storms.
A NEW headteacher has been welcomed by parents at an Oxford primary school.
ROADWORKS have prompted major congestion on Oxford's ring road this morning.
Unlike previous months, there was a fall in output in all sectors of the economy, research suggests.
The UK has signed a free trade agreement (FTA) in principle with South Korea that will ensure businesses from both countries can continue trading freely after Brexit.
ANY attempts to tear up a plan for thousands of new homes could 'put the future of Didcot's development at risk,' according to the town's new leadership.
DRUGS gangs are mimicking the techniques of Oxford's notorious paedophile rings to incite vulnerable children into committing crimes, according to a top judge.
The in principle free trade agreement is the first post-Brexit deal the UK has secured in Asia.
Adam Tarik is accused of murdering Baris Kucuk who was stabbed in the leg and died two days later.
Grenfell survivors are taking legal action in the US against three firms they blame for the fire.
Recent polls show growing numbers of Britons think immigration has had a positive impact on the UK.
It's not acceptable to be displaying old guidance and putting consumers at risk, critics say.
Campaigners accuse the CPS of secretly changing its decision-making on rape cases in England and Wales.
Simple steps can shift the body clock and improve people's mental health, say researchers.
Ed Sheeran tops airplay charts for the third time in four years - but another act had the most-played song.
The guidance warns of the possible risks to gay and bisexual men after some treatments.
As a child, Red was chatty and full of life - but only at home. When she left the house, everything changed.
The family of Harriet Corr join thousands pleading for access to cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi.
Clare almost died from drinking too much alcohol and thinks labelling should be clearer.
Amy Golding talks about the challenges of being a young business leader for the CEO Secrets series.
Olivia Rogers refused extra time during her GCSE exams but now she wants to speak out over special requirements.