Theresa May has been forced to scrap plans for a major Commons statement on Brexit after yesterday's talks in Brussels ended without a deal.
Theresa May failed to strike a deal with Brussels over a major disagreement on the role of EU judges as well as the Northern Irish border.
Labour-led Camden council has been advised to move pension fund cash overseas because of the ‘political risk’ posed by a potential Jeremy Corbyn government.
The Health Secretary has announced that 300 extra radiologists will be taken on in England, in a boost for the NHS.
Philip Hammond was last night branded “delusional” after he reportedly argued the army could be cut to just 50,000 troops.
Labour will try to force the Government to hand over secret documents about the controversial rollout of the flagship Universal Credit system.
Leo Varadkar has accused Theresa May of reneging on a deal over the Irish border after DUP leader Arlene Foster told her they could not accept it.
Theresa May's hopes of a Brexit agreement have been dealt a fresh blow after DUP leader Arlene Foster vetoed her plan for a deal on the Irish border.
Nicola Sturgeon has said there is "no good practical reason" why Scotland cannot stay in the EU single market if a special deal is done to avoid a hard border in Ireland after Brexit.
DUP leader Arlene Foster has delivered a huge blow to Theresa May by rejecting a deal which would see the Republic and Northern Ireland maintaining the same trade rules after Brexit.
Parliament’s security watchdog has warned MPs over sharing passwords after Tory backbencher Nadine Dorries admitted she gives her personal login details to staff and interns.
Kezia Dugdale has insisted that she achieved what she set out to do on 'I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here'.
Theresa May is set to concede to Dublin's demands that Northern Ireland maintain the same trading rules as the Republic after Brexit, it has been reported.
Damian Green would have been minister for toilets under Margaret Thatcher and will not be “missed for a millisecond” if he quits over an ongoing porn scandal, a top Conservative has said.
The Government is facing questions after shocking new figures reveal that hundreds of thousands of children and older people have been plunged into poverty over the last four years.
Damian Green has provided evidence to prove that porn can be present on computers without being downloaded or watched, as part of a Cabinet inquiry into allegations made against him.
Diane Abbott has said a Labour Government could renationalise forensic services as a major evidence-tampering scandal threatens to ruin more than 10,000 criminal cases.
Tory backbencher Nadine Dorries has been criticised after revealing on Twitter that she shares computer passwords with her staff, including interns.
Theresa May faces crunch Brexit talks in Brussels today that could be make-or-break for her hopes of moving the negotiations onto trade this month.
The Government has vowed to launch a regulatory crackdown on virtual currency Bitcoin amid fears it is being used to facilitate crime.
A British foreign aid project in Syria has been suspended after it was reportedly found to be funnelling cash to an extremist group.
The Brexit wrangling over the Irish border is a "risk" to the Good Friday Agreement, Tony Blair has warned.
Jeremy Hunt has warned Theresa May's eurosceptic critics that Britain will not leave the EU if she is ousted from her job.
Cabinet minister Justine Greening has said action must be taken against “unprofessional” police officers who have claimed they found porn on Damian Green’s computer.
Violence could return to Northern Ireland if a hard border returns to the island after Brexit, according to the Republic's deputy prime minister.
Nigel Farage has defended Donald Trump after the US president re-tweeted far-right group Britain First, saying it is "ridiculous" to suggest banning coming to the UK.
Police who claim they found pornography on Damian Green’s office computer in 2008 say they kept key files that they were told to delete.
Donald Trump will reportedly make a brief visit to the UK at the end of February, despite his recent Twitter spat with Theresa May.
Labour moderates are facing a crucial battle to keep the party from being taken over by the "far left", according to the party's former deputy leader.
Theresa May is under pressure to end the European Court of Justices’s jurisdiction over the UK before agreeing to the Brexit ‘divorce bill’.
Labour's chief whip in the House of Lords has agreed to repay thousands of pounds of travel expenses after admitting it would have been "more appropriate" not to claim the cash.
All four board members of the Government's own Social Mobility Commission have dramatically quit in a serious blow to Theresa May's fragile government.
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.