Labour has appointed Dawn Butler as Shadow Women and Equalities Minister after Sarah Champion stood down from the role last month.
Labour is "the party of soft Brexit", the party's deputy leader has declared.
NHS England is set to pay recruitment consultants £20,000 for each foreign GP they bring to the UK as part of a new hiring spree.
Liam Fox has insisted the UK will not be "blackmailed" into paying an excessive amount for its 'divorce bill' from the EU.
Theresa May has been hit by yet another resignation from her top team after Number 10 deputy political director Nick Hargrave became the latest senior aide to quit.
A cross-party group of pro-European MPs is urging the Government to keep Britain in the EU customs union to avoid a “Brexit bureaucracy bombshell” for UK firms.
George Osborne has likened Theresa May’s premiership to a “second rate horror film” after she insisted she will lead the Conservatives into the next election.
Michel Barnier today torpedoed British hopes of kickstarting trade talks in the autumn, declaring that "sufficient progress" had not been made in the latest round of Brexit negotiations.
Labour's soaring membership helped the party rake in almost twice as much cash as the Conservatives last year, new figures have revealed.
A former Tory chairman has given Theresa May 18 months to save her job, after the Prime Minister announced she is planning to lead her party into the next general election.
One-off funding injections and accountancy changes meant NHS England’s underlying deficit last year was almost £3bn higher than the official estimate, new research has found.
Kezia Dugdale has said she was forced to come out as gay after a magazine published details about her sexuality.
The Tory campaign group set up to mirror Momentum is in crisis just days after launching, after some of its members sent messages saying “chavs” should be gassed.
The Government’s flagship plan to double the amount of free childcare for parents will overwhelmingly benefit richer families, thinktank analysis has found.
Theresa May has said she wants to lead the Conservatives into the next general election, declaring that she is “not a quitter”.
A former union official who only became an MSP last year is in pole position to succeed Kezia Dugdale as Scottish Labour leader.
Theresa May today claimed credit - sort of - for figures which showed one of her justifications for clamping down on international students was rubbish.
Michel Barnier has accused the UK government of not being clear about what it wants from the Brexit negotiations - for the second time this week.
Kezia Dugdale stunned politics last night when she announced she was standing down as Scottish Labour leader. Here, Holyrood magazine's Liam Kirkaldy looks at who could replace her in the top job.
A former Conservative minister has called for private schools to be stripped of the special status which entitles them to slash their tax bills.
Boris Johnson's parliamentary aide has blamed hackers after his Twitter account trolled Michel Barnier.
Britain will get a “worse deal” in its Brexit negotiations with the European Union as a result of Theresa May’s decision to call an early general election, according to William Hague.
Britain's leading Jewish organisation has called on Jeremy Corbyn to sack a shadow minister who claimed accusations of anti-semitism within the party were a "dirty lowdown trick" being used for "political ends".
Theresa May has denied that she overstated the problem of foreign students overstaying their visas.
The Government is preparing to duplicate dozens of existing EU trade deals after Brexit, Theresa May has revealed.
Jeremy Corbyn has praised Kezia Dugdale's "tireless service" after she stunned politics by standing down as Scottish Labour leader.
Former Tory whip Sir John Randall has become the latest ex-MP to become an aide to Theresa May.
Theresa May is reportedly preparing to bypass the European Commission's top officials and plead directly with European leaders to start trade talks with the UK.
Theresa May has urged the Chinese government to use its influence to bring the North Korean regime to heel.
The Government must act to recoup millions of taxpayers' money being spent on private finance contracts in the NHS, a health thinktank has said.
Kezia Dugdale has quit as leader of the Scottish Labour party.
Nearly three-quarters of voters believe the UK should not pay Brussels a Brexit divorce bill of more than £30 billion, according to a new poll.
Theresa May has confirmed that her trip to Japan this week will go ahead despite last night's "reckless" missile launch from the North Korean regime.
Theresa May has "full confidence" in Boris Johnson despite claims he is a laughing stock around the world, Number 10 has insisted.
Theresa May's stance on putting workers on boards "hasn't changed", Downing Street insisted today despite widespread accusations that she has watered down her plans.
It should be down to “sensible women”, rather than “butch macho males” like David Davis, to conduct the Brexit negotiations, according to a veteran Labour MP.