Boris Johnson does not agree with senior Number 10 aides who want to force the BBC to scrap the licence fee, it has emerged.
John Bercow has dismissed those who have accused him of bullying of being “snobs and bigots” - as he warned that denying him a peerage could set a precedent.
A controversial Downing Street adviser has quit after a row over his past comments on eugenics, race and welfare claimants.
Boris Johnson’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned Brussels the UK will not accept the EU’s call for “level playing field” regulation in future trade talks.
A controversial Downing Street adviser suggested long-term welfare claimants are “less conscientious and agreeable than the average person”.
The Prime Minister has refused to condemn the views on eugenics of his controversial new adviser.
British Labour MP Debbie Abrahams has been denied entrance to India and is being deported despite having a valid visa, it has been reported.
The Prime Minister is facing a rebellion of backbench Tory MPs over plans to scrap the BBC licence fee.
Rebecca Long-Bailey said she would offer Jeremy Corbyn a place in her shadow Cabinet if she takes over from him as leader.
The Government has pledged to spend £1.2billion on a new supercomputer to forecast extreme weather.
The UK and the European Union will “rip each other apart” in the talks on a future trade deal, according to a top French politician.
Ministers will hand more than £16m of new money to councils in a bid to end the "postcode lottery" in support provided to survivors of domestic abuse.
The Budget may not go ahead as planned on 11 March after Sajid Javid resigned as Chancellor, Cabinet minister Grant Shapps has admitted.
Richard Burgon has warned the next Labour leader not to drop any of the party's manifesto pledges without getting the greenlight from members.
Labour had the "right policy" on Brexit at the general election despite its heavy defeat at the hands of voters, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
A minister sacked in Boris Johnson's reshuffle has warned Number 10 against adopting a "command and control" style of governing.
Downing Street is reportedly ramping up its war with the BBC as it vows to scrap the television licence fee and make viewers pay a subscription instead.
A newly-hired Downing Street adviser once called for contraception programmes to be expanded to stop the creation of a "permanent underclass".
Boris Johnson will refuse to agree to what he sees as "ridiculous" demands from the European Union to align with the bloc's rules on workers' rights and tax in order to strike a trade deal.
Sajid Javid’s friends have said the Prime Minister’s team undermined him in an effort to force the Treasury into spending billions on public services and tax cuts.
Boris Johnson has cancelled plans to meet President Trump this month, after the US government criticised his decision to let Huawei help build Britain's 5G network.
Emily Thornberry has been eliminated from the Labour leadership race after failing to secure enough nominations from local party branches and affiliated groups.
Two of Labour's candidates for the deputy leadership have accused the party of hiking already-"exorbitant" fees to access vital campaign data on its members.
Two Labour MPs have pulled out of their upconing public engagements after taking part in a conference attended by someone who has since tested positive for coronavirus.
Boris Johnson’s plans for a points-based immigration system have been rubber-stamped by the Cabinet.
Lisa Nandy has been handed a big boost in the party leadership contest as she won the backing of the Jewish Labour Movement.
Jackson Carlaw has been confirmed as the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives.
The Government’s new post-Brexit points-based immigration system could reduce the number of low-skilled migrant workers by up to 90,000 a year, it has emerged.
A key ally of Boris Johnson has quit the Government after turning down a new job in the reshuffle.
Some public sector workers should be allowed access to their pension pots before they retire, Emily Thornberry has declared.
The appointment of Suella Braverman to Attorney General is the strongest signal yet Number 10 is intent on taking on the judiciary.
Sajid Javid has hit out at Boris Johnson’s demand that he fire all his advisers in order to keep his job as Chancellor.
Labour has demanded that Parliament's sleaze watchdog launch a probe after a row erupted over Boris Johnson's New Year holiday in the Caribbean with his girlfriend.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan has soared from the backbenches to International Development Secretary in just over six months, but what has she achieved in Parliament and what is behind her meteoric rise?
Boris Johnson has been accused of continuing the “revolving door” of housing ministers after sacking the Conservatives’ ninth person in the job in a decade - despite the UK’s ongoing homes crisis.
Rishi Sunak has long been tipped for political greatness - but his appointment as Chancellor still represents a startling rise to the top table for the 39-year-old former banker.