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Labour's policy on the benefits freeze has been plunged into more confusion after Jeremy Corbyn reined back on a pledge to end it.
The chair of the Culture select committee has called for the BBC to end an "unacceptable" loophole that allows some stars to keep their salaries hidden.
The UK has hit out at the European Commission after it accused the Government of using the peace process as a "bargaining chip" in Brexit negotiations.
The Conservatives have accused Labour of making further unfunded spending promises after Jeremy Corbyn called on the Government end the freeze on working-age benefits.
Police are investigating allegations about the Conservatives’ use of a call centre during the general election campaign.
Brexit could “end in disaster” for a British island in the Caribbean which relies on a neighbouring French territory for supplies, the Government has been warned.
George Osborne has launched another scathing attack on Theresa May, accusing her of using "false information" to justify a crackdown on the number of foreign students coming to the UK.
Boris Johnson has taken a swipe at Theresa May's disastrous decision to call the snap general election.
Boris Johnson has admitted Britain will have to pay a Brexit divorce bill - just weeks after saying the European Union would have to "go whistle" for the cash.
Theresa May is to force companies to declare the size of the pay gap between bosses and workers on the bottom rung of the ladder, it has emerged.
Jeremy Corbyn has slapped down one of his frontbenchers after they said female-only train carriages may be needed to tackle a rise in sex attacks.
Driverless lorries are to be trialled on UK roads before the end of next year, the Government has announced.
David Davis is preparing to hit out at "stubborn and unreasonable" EU negotiators as tensions build ahead of the next round of Brexit talks.
Jeremy Corbyn will today call on the Government to end the benefits freeze - despite failing to contain a similar pledge in Labour's election manifesto.
Theresa May lost her Commons majority despite the Conservatives raising £15 million more than Labour in the run-up to the election.
Ruth Davidson has defended her decision to reinstate two Conservative councillors who posted anti-Catholic and racist tweets.
The Government should bring in a student loan-style system to help new immigrants learn English, a cross-party group of MPs and peers has said.
Theresa May has come under fire after it emerged that her complaints about foreign students overstaying their visas applied to just a tiny proportion of arrivals.
Scotland’s transport minister has said a video promoted by pro-Jeremy Corbyn group Momentum condemning the SNP's railways policy borders on "xenophobic”.
New figures have confirmed a big increase in people choosing to leave the UK since the vote for Brexit last June.
Harriet Harman has said she would have have won the Labour leadership contest in 2010 had she put herself forward for the job.
Trade union heavyweight Len McCluskey reportedly supports Emily Thornberry becoming Labour leader when Jeremy Corbyn steps aside.
The Government should scrap air passenger duty for those under 30 in a bid to recapture the youth vote from Labour, a thinktank has said.
Labour's pre-election pledge to boost the living wage to £10 an hour would lead to just under a quarter of British workers getting a pay rise, new analysis by the party claims.
The UK's leading food industry body is urging ministers to urgently clarify the future of EU nationals, with a warning that nearly half of workers in the sector are considering leaving the UK.
European governments must get 'tough' on economic migrants or risk disadvantaging genuine refugees, according to the Labour peer who campaigned to let unaccompanied children into the UK.
David Davis will refuse to tell the EU how much Britain is willing to pay towards its Brexit 'divorce bill' when talks resume next week, it has emerged.
The Government is today launching a major investigation into the effect international students have on the UK.
One of Jeremy Corbyn's top spin doctors has quit after just six months in the job, PoliticsHome can reveal.
The Home Office has pledged to investigate after sending 100 letters to EU nationals threatening them with “detention” unless they left the UK.
A new pro-Jeremy Corbyn Labour MP has declared Tory MPs to be “the enemy” and said she has “no intention of being friends with any of them”.
European judges will continue to have jurisdiction over the UK's legal system for years after Brexit, it has emerged.
A Home Office report setting out how Britain could be less safe outside the EU was held back during the EU referendum, according to reports.
Scotland’s notional deficit fell by £1.3bn last year, official Scottish government statistics have revealed.
Chris Grayling has told northern political leaders that it is their responsibility to produce plans for new transport networks across the country.
Theresa May has hailed a deal to sell red double-decker buses to Mexico as evidence that the UK is a “great, global trading nation”.