Read Theresa May's statement on the terrorist attack in north London.
David Davis insisted there is "more that unites" European states than divides them as he kicked off the first round of Brexit talks in Brussels this morning.
A row has erupted after it emerged that a Tory MEP who failed in his bid to enter the Commons is to be made a peer and a minister.
TV star Piers Morgan tore into Michael Gove this morning over the Government’s response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Peter Mandelson has offered to serve on any cross-party commission to advise on Brexit – and backed former prime minister Sir John Major to chair the group.
Liberal Democrat MP Jo Swinson last night ruled herself out of the race to be the party’s next leader despite being tipped to succeed Tim Farron.
Brexit Secretary David Davis will travel to Brussels today to begin the historic negotiations that will deliver Britain’s exit from the European Union.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has demanded transparency over the financial implications of any deals between the Conservatives and the DUP.
Unions representing over a million NHS employees have come together to urge the Government to scrap the 1% cap on pay rises for health workers.
Theresa May has confirmed that police are investigating a “potential terror attack” after a van ploughed into a group of pedestrians in north London, killing one person and injuring several more.
Jeremy Corbyn has stepped up his criticism of Theresa May over Grenfell Tower by claiming some people care about the tragedy “to a deeper extent” than others.
Philip Hammond has said his priority for the Brexit negotiations is avoiding a “cliff edge” in March 2019, as he declared single market and customs union membership were off the table.
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith has launched a bitter attack on colleagues plotting to oust Theresa May, telling them to get behind the Prime Minister and her government.
Diane Abbott has returned to her role as Shadow Home Secretary, Jeremy Corbyn confirmed today.
Philip Hammond has laid into his own party's ill-fated election campaign, arguing that there should have been much more focus on the economy.
Political parties will “reap the whirlwind of public anger” if the Government backslides on key elements of Brexit, an ex-minister recently sacked by Theresa May has warned.
The DUP is demanding millions of pounds in compensation for victims of IRA attacks as part of its deal to prop up Theresa May in government, a newspaper report has said.
There will be no Queen’s Speech next year after the Government announced plans for a rare two-year parliament.
Theresa May has admitted the initial support offered to families affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy was “not good enough”.
Nicola Sturgeon is considering allowing Northern Irish women to obtain free abortions on the NHS in Scotland.
Conservative MPs are reportedly considering calling a vote of no confidence in Theresa May if she cannot win a key vote on the Queen's Speech.
The Queen has said it is "difficult to escape a very sombre national mood" on her official birthday, after the UK was rocked by tragedies in Manchester and London.
Class has evaporated as the dividing line in voting intention, as more under-40s backed Labour than the Conservatives.
Theresa May has reneged on a promise to rehouse survivors of the Grenfell Tower blaze in the borough and admitted some may have to move up to nine miles away.
Britain’s fleet of spy planes will be cut from five to four in order to save funds, it has emerged.
Hundreds of furious protesters took to the streets of London yesterday, stormed Kensington town hall and called for justice after the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Boris Johnson has accused the Labour party of “outrageous politicking” over the Grenfell tower fire that has left 30 people dead with many more fatalities feared.
Philip Hammond has called for jobs, economic growth and prosperity to be the Government's priorities in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May's new chief of staff refused to answer questions today about a delayed review into fire safety while he was housing minister as the political storm over the Grenfell Tower blaze grows.
A top minister was today confronted by members of the public angry that Theresa May has failed to meet victims of the Grenfell Tower blaze.
Almost half the public have a dim view of the DUP and would oppose any deal they strike with Theresa May to prop up her government, a new poll has shown.
The Cabinet ministers responsible for social care were kept in the dark about the so-called ‘dementia tax’ until the day before it was announced, it has been reported.
Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbenchers, has been appointed the new editor of The House magazine.
Theresa May refused to meet residents affected by the Grenfell Tower blaze because she did not want to show her “humanity”, Michael Portillo said last night.
Gerry Adams has said the Government is “in clear breach of the Good Friday Agreement” by trying to strike a deal at Westminster with the DUP.
Ministers will no longer get sight of official statistics before they are released to the public.