Damian Green has declined to apologise on behalf of Parliament to victims of sexual harassment and assault.
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq has apologised “unreservedly” to a pregnant TV producer after she told her to “be careful” before warning that "child labour is hard".
Liberal Democrat deputy leader Jo Swinson is to be investigated by the police over her general election campaign spending.
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Hundreds of miles of unused rail lines could be brought back into use in a bid to stop overcrowding, Chris Grayling has said.
The Brexit impact assessment papers amount to a whitewash, a Whitehall insider has said.
A Labour MP has been accused of trying to threaten a pregnant TV producer after she warned her to “be careful” and then added: "Hope you have a great birth, because child labour is hard".
Diane Abbott has written to two constituents in the last month promising to argue in favour of a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Damian Green is to stand in for Theresa May at Prime Minister's Questions despite an ongoing investigation into allegations against him of sexually inappropriate behaviour.
Labour has attacked the Government over the "absolutely unacceptable" rise in foodbank reliance after a major network released figures showing they were to face their "busiest Christmas ever".
Theresa May has promised to raise the humanitarian crisis in Yemen when she meets Saudi leaders on short tour of the Middle East.
The NHS is to bring in thousands of foreign nurses for time-limited placements to ease staffing shortages in English hospitals, health officials have said.
Britain and the European Union have finally agreed a Brexit divorce bill of up to £50bn, it has been reported.
Emily Thornberry has insisted anti-Semites will be "drummed out" of Labour - as she admitted the ongoing controversy over the issue had cost the party votes at the general election.
David Davis has been ordered to appear before a powerful committee of MPs as he came under fire from senior Tories over the Government’s publication of the Brexit impact papers.
Prominent anti-EU Tory Jacob Rees-Mogg has attacked the Government for keeping secret key elements of its Brexit impact assessments.
The top banks in Britain have the means to cope with a no-deal Brexit, according to stress tests by the Bank of England.
MPs have urged Theresa May to call a Bank Holiday to mark Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle after the idea was initially dismissed by Number 10.
Labour has accused the Government of ‘unprecedented rigging’ in its bid to stop a major Commons revolt against the Finance Bill.
Mothers who have faced a full-term stillbirth or life-changing injuries to babies could be given the right to an investigation by a coroner, under plans to be announced by Jeremy Hunt.
Priti Patel has accused the Government of being “ill-equipped” to cope with Brexit, just weeks after she was forced to resign from the Cabinet.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have been accused of mounting an “aggressive purge” on moderate Labour councillors and forcing them off ballot papers for re-election.
David Davis has been criticised after it emerged that government studies into the impact of Brexit have been censored before being given to MPs.
The UK is in a “self-reinforcing spiral of ever-growing division”, according to a key study of social mobility published today.
Theresa May will today pledge £70 million of taxpayers' money to help rebuild British islands in the Caribbean left devastated by hurricanes earlier this year.
Britons will not be given a Bank Holiday to mark Prince Harry's wedding to Meghan Markle, Downing Street has confirmed.
Tory backbenchers have warned the new Defence Secretary he faces a "substantial rebellion" over cuts to the armed forces.
MPs have written to Jean-Claude Juncker urging him to reverse the EU’s move to stop a British city from becoming the 2023 European capital of culture.
A top DUP MP has sparked a race row after he appeared to poke fun at the Irish prime minister's Indian heritage.
Michel Barnier, Donald Tusk and Jean Claude Juncker have personally assured the Republic of Ireland that Brexit talks will not move into the next phase until there is “more progress” on the border issue.
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Labour have torn into the Government’s long-awaited industrial strategy, claiming it is little more than a rehash of existing policies.
Labour MP Emma Dent Coad has been accused of being “blinkered by hatred” this morning after taking a swipe at Theresa May’s looks on Twitter.
Dublin should have to pay for setting up customs posts between the Republic and Northern Ireland if Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal, a Labour MP has declared.
MPs from across the political divide will join forces with George Osborne to demand more investment for the so-called Northern Powerhouse.
The UK's national security adviser has been accused of trying to "screw over" the Ministry of Defence following reports that the department will miss out on extra funding.