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Theresa May’s former chief of staff has admitted the Conservative party woefully underestimated the appeal of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn ahead of their disastrous electoral defeat.
The Government acted unlawfully by refusing people the right to appeal against decisions to deny them benefits, three judges have found.
Ireland's prime minister has hit out at Britain’s hard Brexiteers for failing to offer ideas on a future border between the UK and Ireland despite having had ‘ample time’.
Apprentice star Lord Alan Sugar today revealed he would have fired Theresa May after her dire performance at the June general election if it were a challenge on the show.
Top Labour MPs were rejoicing this morning after the party won its first local council seat in Worthing for over 40 years.
Jeremy Hunt has endorsed a report that concluded the NHS is wasting money on poor care.
Nicky Morgan has called on HMRC to address long-running problems with its website that have left some parents unable to register for free childcare provision.
A former Conservative MP has accused a man who sent him abuse on Facebook of committing “a form of terrorism”.
Theresa May has been gifted a discount card from high-end shoe shop Russell & Bromley where a pair of boots can sell for £600, official records show.
The travel chaos on the continent could be "subterfuge" from member states trying to give Britain a "warning" after the Brexit vote, a minister has reportedly said.
Michael Gove has confirmed that some European fishing fleets will continue to have access to British waters after Brexit.
A former Labour frontbencher has given his backing to a poll on reuniting Ireland, calling it a "realisable and sensible option".
The Bank of England has downgraded its growth forecast for this year and 2018 and warned of business concerns over Brexit.
A Labour backbencher has criticised one of his frontbench colleagues for ducking a question on whether he is politically closer to Tony Blair than Hugo Chavez.
Jean Claude Juncker has downplayed the possibility of Brexit not going ahead, despite other European leaders expressing hopes that the UK will remain in the EU after all.
The UK’s top universities have fired a warning to Theresa May over EU citizens’ rights, warning that the Government’s position is damaging their institutions.
The shock result from the general election will have a “game-changing” result on Brexit, the outgoing French Ambassador to the UK has said.
A Labour frontbencher and ally of Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the “shady” US for the current crisis in Venezuela, as he defended the socialist regime in the Latin American country.
The most disadvantaged children have fallen further behind their peers in the last ten years, a new report has found.
Whitehall has blocked the release of a record number of historical documents, sparking criticism from transparency groups.
Boris Johnson’s claim that ministers are not preparing a contingency plan for Britain dropping out of the EU without a Brexit deal has been rejected by a fellow minister.
Labour has accused the Government of “running bus services into the ground” after new analysis suggested fares will be 60% higher than in 2010 by the time of the next election.
The Liberal Democrats have branded the Government’s efforts to stem the drug trade an “abject failure” after a record number of people died from substance abuse last year.
The Government is not treating prisons with the gravity needed to “get a grip” on the problems they face, a Conservative former minister has declared.
Labour has renewed its attack on the Government over “disgraceful” cancelled rail electrification projects.
The Government has unveiled a new bill to allow the UK to impose sanctions against people and regimes after Brexit.
Prison bosses have hit out at the Government for failing to address the “toxic” state of the country’s jails.
Senior politicians have challenged Jeremy Corbyn to personally condemn Venezuela's government following his historical support for the regime.
Donald Trump has said a second Scottish independence referendum would be “terrible” and compared the initial vote on separation to going “through hell”.
The Cabinet Office is “crazy” and needs to “get a grip” on Whitehall pay levels, Priti Patel has reportedly said.
A former SNP MP will not face criminal proceedings over allegations of mortgage fraud after the case against her was dropped due to insufficient evidence.
An art student was today reported to the police and parliamentary investigators after she posed as an MP offering constituency surgeries.
The British Election Study has just released data from the 2017 general election campaign. PoliticsHome has rounded up five of the most interesting findings from the study.
More than a million women are £32 a week worse off with many pushed into income poverty under the latest rise in the state pension age, an independent thinktank has said.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has accused British Gas of holding its customers "over a barrel", after they announced plans to hike prices by 12.5%.
Ken Livingstone has backed Venezuelan President Maduro and insisted an "establishment elite" is behind the economic chaos in the country.