Labour have taken an eight-point lead over the Conservatives, according to the pollsters who came closest to predicting the surprise general election result.
A charity which looks after the victims of domestic abuse has warned that “vital opportunities” to save lives are being missed because specially trained staff are not working in hospitals.
A senior Tory MP has accused former detectives investigating the contents of Damian Green's parliamentary computer of acting like part of a "police state".
The Government wants to stay in the EU’s air safety body despite it being overseen by the European Court of Justice, it has emerged.
Border staff are being “over-zealous” in their questioning of parents travelling with children who do not share their surname, a Labour MP has said.
A former Tory MP has been found guilty of tricking voters into signing nomination papers for UKIP candidates, when they believed they were backing the Conservatives.
High profile backbench MP Jacob Rees-Mogg met with a controversial former advisor of President Trump’s to discuss how conservative movements can flourish in the UK, a national newspaper has revealed.
Donald Tusk has told Theresa May that “the UK’s future lies in Dublin” as he effectively gave Ireland a veto over the Brexit negotiations.
David Davis has warned Theresa May that he is prepared to resign from the Cabinet if Damian Green is sacked over allegations of watching porn on a work computer.
Public approval of Theresa May's performance as Prime Minister has plummeted to its lowest level yet, according to a new poll.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he is a “radicalised centrist dad” – but insisted he has never compromised on his beliefs since becoming Labour leader.
A row has broken out after the editor of GQ magazine lifted the lid on the “tortuous” process of getting Jeremy Corbyn on the magazine's front cover.
The UK must control its borrowing to avoid a Venezuela-style financial meltdown, a Bank of England official has warned.
A hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland is all-but inevitable under the Government's Brexit plans, according to senior MPs.
A former detective has said there is “no doubt” that Damian Green accessed pornography on his work computer.
Tory Minister Sam Gyimah has said he is “deeply uncomfortable” with Donald Trump coming to the UK on a state visit after the US President retweeted far-right group Britain First.
Penny Mordaunt has vowed to “stamp out” the scourge of modern slavery abroad as she unveiled a multimillion pound package to help half a million survivors or people at risk.
Officials in the Foreign Office told Dublin to “ignore” Boris Johnson when he speaks about Brexit, it has been reported.
Nicky Morgan has claimed she is a “freedom fighter” defending parliament as the Government tries to force Brexit through the Commons.
The DUP has warned Theresa May it could end its crucial support for her Government if Northern Ireland is treated separately to the rest of the UK on Brexit.
Defiant Theresa May has stood firm against Donald Trump by telling the US president he was “wrong” to re-tweet far right group Britain First.
Jeremy Corbyn has attacked the “speculators and gamblers” at the top of Morgan Stanley after the US bank suggested a Labour government would pose more of a threat to business than Brexit.
Here is a summary of this morning's briefing for lobby journalists by the Prime Minister's official spokesman.
Tory activists have warned Theresa May she could face a grassroots revolt if the party pushes ahead with proposed changes that appear to strip local associations of key powers.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has joined in the condemnation of Donald Trump, saying the president was “wrong” to retweet extremist group Britain First.
Tory MP Zac Goldsmith has been accused of "smearing" Jeremy Corbyn after accusing the Labour leader of supporting "radical Islamists".
Net migration fell by more than 100,000 in the year since the Brexit vote as tens of thousands of EU nationals left the UK, the Office for National Statistics has said.
By offering the the unpredictable president the red carpet treatment, Theresa May has made herself a hostage to fortune.
Conservative MPs have reportedly been told by No10 to focus on seven new policy principles, after internal polling showed the public did not view the party as caring enough.
The Government has laid out new plans to get one million more disabled people into work over the next ten years.
The EU is reportedly prepared to confirm a two-year Brexit transitional period as early as January following a breakthrough in negotiations over the Irish border.
Donald Trump has fired back at Theresa May after Downing St criticised the US president for re-tweeting anti-Muslim videos from far-right group Britain First.
Theresa May has mounted a strong defence of Britain's part in the war on terror - after Michel Barnier claimed the Brexit vote showed the UK had turned its back on Europe's fight against Daesh.
Donald Trump was "wrong" to retweet anti-Muslim videos posted by the far-right group Britain First, a spokesman for Theresa May has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has led a huge backlash against Donald Trump after he endorsed anti-Muslim tweets by the deputy leader of far-right group Britain First.
Handing Brussels a multibillion pound Brexit 'divorce bill' would be a “betrayal of the British people”, anti-EU MPs have warned.