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Women from Northern Ireland will be able to have free abortions in England on the NHS following a major government climbdown.
John Bercow has told male MPs that they are no longer required to wear ties in the House of Commons.
Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch suffered a major setback today after it emerged his £11.7bn plan to take full control of Sky would be probed by the competition watchdog.
The number of families living in fuel poverty has hit its highest level since 2009, official figures revealed today.
A “very high number” of people with disabilities and mental health problems are being forced to use food banks, a devastating new report has concluded.
The Government has hinted at a concession to allow Northern Irish women to access free abortions on the NHS in England.
Former Labour frontbencher Clive Lewis is under pressure to explain why he was the only MP not to vote on Labour's bid to scrap the public sector pay cap.
The European Union could face a €20bn funding gap after Britain leaves the bloc, a Brussels official revealed yesterday.
Sir Michael Fallon has said 85 more British troops will be sent to Afghanistan in training capacities.
Ministers have no idea how many prisoners in England and Wales are suffering from mental illness despite record suicide rates, according to a damning new report.
A senior Conservative MP and former Cabinet minister has said that Theresa May should quit as Prime Minister within 18 months.
A Labour bid to force the Government to recruit more police officers and firefighters while also lifting the cap on public sector pay has been defeated.
Jeremy Corbyn will present Labour's alternative programme for government today as Theresa May faces the biggest test of her authority since losing her majority at the election.
The Government was in turmoil tonight after appearing to backtrack on plans to lift the cap on public sector pay.
The DUP could receive more than £1 million set aside to help opposition parties despite entering into a voting pact with the Government, PoliticsHome has learned.
A former Labour chief whip who was sacked by Jeremy Corbyn was today elected a deputy speaker of the House of Commons.
Britain's most senior police officers have accused the Government of planning a 7.2% cut in the amount of cash they have to tackle terrorism.
John McDonnell has come under fire from Labour colleagues about his claim that the Grenfell Tower victims were “murdered” by political decisions.
The cap on public sector pay is set to be axed in the autumn after Downing Street admitted the public is "weary" of austerity.
Jeremy Corbyn today blamed the “disastrous effects of austerity” for the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower that claimed the lives of at least 79 victims.
Theresa May today hit out at the "intimidation" of parliamentary candidates, after one of her MPs revealed that opposition activists had urinated on her office door.
A survivor of the Grenfell Tower fire launched an angry tirade at a housing minister today over whether those who lost their homes will be given quality permanent accommodation.
Follow all the action as Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn face off at the first Prime Minister's Questions since the general election.
Pro-Jeremy Corbyn group Momentum are set to launch their next general election campaign just weeks after polling day.
The 1% cap on public sector pay could be scrapped to give workers a long-awaited wages boost, Michael Fallon hinted today.
A key minister in David Cameron’s government has called on Theresa May and Philip Hammond to increase taxes to fund higher spending on public services.
A new report has called for “deep seated reform” to boost social mobility after finding two decades of government efforts have struggled to reduce the gap between rich and poor.
Labour will today launch a Commons bid to recruit more police officers and firefighters in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire and the recent terrorist attacks.
Support for tax rises to fund more public spending is at its highest level since 2004, a major survey has found.
One of the architects of the introduction of tuition fees has predicted both major political parties will support their abolition by the time of the next election.
Vince Cable is on the verge of becoming leader of the Liberal Democrats after former energy secretary Ed Davey ruled himself out of the running.
The SNP have lodged a formal complaint with the UK Government over the Tory-DUP pact, claiming it has deprived Scotland of nearly £3bn.
UK forces are ready to hit cyber attackers by “air, land, sea or cyber space” in order to protect major infrastructure, Michael Fallon has warned.
Philip Hammond has taken a swipe at Boris Johnson in a speech in Germany.
Nicola Sturgeon has ditched her plan for a snap referendum on Scottish independence – just three months after demanding it be held by spring 2019.
The Government has confirmed that its plan to abolish the Serious Fraud Office has been shelved for the foreseeable future.