Donald Trump's state visit to the UK has been postponed until next year, it has been confirmed.
Trade union leaders have hit out at today’s review into employment practices for failing to shift the “balance of power” away from big companies and towards workers.
John McDonnell has urged Conservative MPs to back Labour’s plans to lift the pay cap on public sector workers, after Theresa May invited opposition parties to put forward policy ideas.
Theresa May has suspended a veteran Conservative MP who was recorded using a racist slur to describe a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Australia's Prime Minister has said his government wants to strike a trade deal with the UK "as quickly as possible" after Brexit - but not until after they have reached a similar agreement with the EU.
The Conservatives have been urged to dump a veteran backbencher who was recorded using a racist slur to describe a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Theresa May has called on Jeremy Corbyn to condemn the online abuse of MPs and election candidates by trolls on social media.
Teachers will receive another below-inflation pay rise this year after the Government insisted on maintaining its 1% cap on public sector salaries.
The boss of the Vote Leave campaign has hit out at government “morons” who argue the UK must quit an EU nuclear energy body after Brexit.
Controversial British weapons sales to Saudi Arabia are legal, the High Court ruled today after seeing secret evidence.
It’s fair to say Theresa May’s speech announcing the snap general election has not aged well.
MPs opposed to a hard Brexit have formed an all-party parliamentary group in a fresh bid to coordinate opposition to the Government’s strategy for leaving the European Union.
Theresa May has pleaded with Labour to work constructively with the Government on plans for Brexit and beyond, as she seeks to draw a line under the post-election turmoil.
Theresa May’s proposals for European citizens’ rights after Brexit “would cast a dark cloud of vagueness and uncertainty” if implemented, the European Parliament’s chief negotiator has said.
Companies in the so-called “gig economy” would have to prove that workers can earn above the minimum wage, under proposals to be set out in a major government review.
Senior figures in Labour have lined up to insist MPs who have been hostile to Jeremy Corbyn should not be booted out of parliament by his supporters.
The head of the UK’s biggest business group has warned that rushing into a trade deal with the US after Brexit could be counterproductive.
Speculation among Tory MPs about Theresa May’s future is a result of “too much sun and too much warm prosecco”, a senior Cabinet minister has said.
Jeremy Corbyn was wrong to say fewer disadvantaged young people are applying for university since the introduction of fees, his Shadow Education Secretary admitted today.
Brexit may never happen, according to would-be Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
A senior Conservative MP has claimed he was subject to a vicious smear campaign after he blocked two former top advisors to Theresa May from becoming Tory candidates.
Theresa May’s position as Prime Minister is under fresh scrutiny after reports that allies of David Davis are planning to call on her to resign.
A string of Conservative former ministers have broken cover to criticise Theresa May over her vow to break ties with a key European court after Brexit.
Opposition leaders have joined forces in urging Theresa May to order a Hillsborough-style investigation into the NHS contaminated blood scandal.
A senior Labour frontbencher has called on supporters of Jeremy Corbyn to scrap plans to make it easier to dump MPs who are not loyal to the leader.
Yvette Cooper has accused Labour activists of mounting a campaign of "intimidation" against Luciana Berger after the MP was told to apologise for not supporting Jeremy Corbyn in the past.
A trade deal between the UK and the United States of America will be agreed “very, very quickly”, according to Donald Trump.
The UK will foot the disaster insurance bill for some of the world’s poorest nations for the next four years, the Government has announced.
Theresa May is adamant she will be in the top job for at least another year, despite rumblings of a leadership challenge.
The working relationship between Theresa May and Philip Hammond has been further strained by their different approaches to Britain’s trade policy post-Brexit, it has emerged.
Too many people on the national living wage are stuck in jobs with no prospects of change or a pay rise, according to a Government review.
Tuition fess should be scrapped as they have become “politically diseased” according to the former Government minister who introduced them.
A prominent Labour MP has hit out at allies of Jeremy Corbyn, accusing them of "holding a baseball bat" by threatening to deselect colleagues.
Alex Salmond has hit out at the "deadwood press" over its reporting of the Scottish economy - and become the latest senior politician to accuse the BBC of bias.
A top Labour boss has rowed back on threats that MPs hostile to Jeremy Corbyn could face deselection - just days after he said the party was “too broad a church”.
Theresa May has urged the authorities to dismiss vandalism fears and put up a statue of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.