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Cabinet ministers have reportedly urged Theresa May to shake up her Brexit negotiating strategy by ensuring she prioritises jobs over more stringent controls on immigration.
MPs are set to stay in the Palace of Westminster for the length of this Parliament because the Tories want to avoid a potentially embarrassing rebellion from their own MPs.
Philip Hammond will today move to reassure businesses about post-Brexit infrastructure spending, committing to protect funding once the UK leaves the EU.
Owen Smith has made a dramatic return to the Shadow Cabinet just a year after challenging Jeremy Corbyn for the Labour leadership.
Tim Farron dramatically quit as Liberal Democrat leader tonight saying he found it "impossible" to be the boss of the party whilst holding his Christian views.
Theresa May has taken another hit after one of her MPs rejected the chance to stay on as Northern Powerhouse minister.
An SNP MP who once threatened to take legal action against Alex Salmond has been elected the party's leader at Westminster.
A deadly high rise fire in London was the “price paid” for Conservative cuts to local authorities, Jeremy Corbyn said today.
Sinn Féin have warned Theresa May that a deal with the DUP could wreck hopes of power-sharing returning to Stormont.
Brian Paddick has quit the Liberal Democrat front bench in protest at Tim Farron’s views on homosexuality and abortion.
A former top aide to Theresa May has launched a direct attack on big-name polling gurus Lynton Crosby and Jim Messina over the "failure" of the Tory election campaign.
A former housing minister who became Theresa May's chief of staff after losing his seat in the election is coming under pressure over a devastating tower block fire.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to Theresa May to say the UK Government no longer has the mandate to take Britain out of the EU single market.
Unemployment dropped by 50,000 in the three months to April this year – as the rate of those in work rose to the joint highest since records began.
A Labour frontbencher has claimed Britain would have to accept “some element” of free movement in order to retain “impediment-free” access to the single market after Brexit.
David Cameron has called on Theresa May to work with other parties in forming Britain’s plan for Brexit in the wake of last week’s election result.
Diane Abbott has spoken of how her type 2 diabetes went “out of control” during the election campaign and forced her to take a break from frontline politics.
The Conservative party is "on death row" and facing "years in opposition" unless it makes sweeping changes to its message and party structures, according to Rob Halfon.
French president Emmanuel Macron has said the option for the UK to remain in the EU is "always open" until the Brexit negotiations are concluded.
Jeremy Corbyn has declared Labour is "a government in waiting" as he called on his MPs to maintain the unity they showed during the general election.
A prominent Brexiteer who accused David Cameron of "polishing poo" over his EU renegotiation has been handed a plum job overseeing Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc.
Jeremy Corbyn mocked Theresa May to her face today and told her: "Labour is ready to provide strong and stable leadership in the national interest."
John Bercow has warned that Westminster is destined for “testing times” ahead as he was re-elected Speaker of the House of Commons.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to ditch her plans for a second independence referendum in the wake of last week's election result.
Former Prime Minister John Major has warned that the proposed Tory-DUP pact could wreck the Northern Ireland peace process.
George Osborne has urged Theresa May not to scrap his austerity agenda as senior Tories called for a rethink on public spending in the wake of the election.
Angry DUP MPs have hit out at the “bile, hate and venom” being directed at the party as it considers propping the Conservatives up as a minority government.
Consumer price inflation has hit its highest level since April 2012, sparking concerns about falling living standards.
Michael Gove has said the Government must do more to make sure it has the “maximum possible consensus” on its plans for Brexit in light of last week’s election result.
A former Labour chief whip who was sacked by Jeremy Corbyn has launched a campaign to become Deputy Speaker, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Labour’s chief whip has said a number of Jeremy Corbyn’s former critics within the party have told him they have changed their mind about the leader.
Theresa May's new chief of staff has identified austerity and Brexit as key factors behind the Conservatives' general election losses.
Theresa May and Emmanuel Macron will today launch a drive against online extremism, which could see technology companies fined if they fail to take down inappropriate content.
Two ministers at the Brexit department have left their posts in Theresa May’s post-election reshuffle – just days before negotiations with the European Union are set to begin.
It was all contrition and unity at the 1922 Committee last night, but Tory MPs are biding their time for a new leader.
Theresa May has told Tory MPs she will get the party out of the "mess" she created by losing their Commons majority.