William Winter

William Winter

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William contributes to our political news output. He studied Politics at the London School of Economics.


William Winter's articles (113)

Leaders Council: GMB Union endorses Lisa Nandy in Labour leadership race

Labour MP Lisa Nandy's bid to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as party leader was handed a major boost as GMB Union endorsed her as their favoured candidate on Tuesday.

Sir Keir Starmer reaches final ballot in Labour leadership race, Leaders Council reports

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has reported that Sir Keir Starmer has received the amount of support needed to advance to the final stage of the Labour leadership contest.

Leaders Council reports as Lib Dems confirm when new party leader will be in place

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has published a report following the Liberal Democrats' announcement that a new party leader will be appointed by mid-July.

Leaders Council covers appointment of HMS Queen Elizabeth's new commanding officer

The Royal Navy's announcement that Captain Angus Essenhigh has been appointed new commanding officer for the UK's future flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has been reported in a recent press release by the Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland.

Leaders Council reports on Ryanair boss' letter to chancellor

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland reports that Ryanair chief Michael O’Leary has written to chancellor Sajid Javid threatening legal action over the government’s decision to rescue rival airline, Flybe.

Leaders Council reports on Bezos' ambitions for India

The Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland has reported on Amazon chief Jeff Bezos' announcement that $1 billion [£770 million] will be invested into helping small and medium sized businesses in India begin trading online.

Hancock quits Tory leadership contest

Matt Hancock quit in his bid to become Conservative party leader today.

Bridging the Gap respond to BBC care findings

Teenagers in care are placed in unregulated homes and left vulnerable to organised crime the BBC reported yesterday.

The tenancy fees ban could result in higher costs for landlords

The tenancy fees ban could result in higher costs for landlords UK Finance research found last week.

Five banks fined over €1 billion by EU for exchange market rigging

Five banks were fined over €1 billion for currency rigging by the EU today.

Probation service to be re-nationalised from 2020

Supervision of offenders on probation will be re-nationalised it was announced on Thursday.

ONS: Age most important personal characteristic in determining life satisfaction

Age is the most important personal characteristic in determining life satisfaction an ONS report showed today.

MPs set for vote on Brexit bill in June

MPs will vote on the Brexit bill in June Downing Street announced last night.

Tory negotiator travels to Brussels as Labour talks continue

Number 10's chief Brexit negotiator travelled to Brussels for talks with the EU today.

Starmer: Cross-party deal on Brexit must include second referendum

Sir Keir Starmer said that any cross-party Brexit deal must be put to a confirmatory referendum in an interview with the Guardian yesterday.