The Queen today unveiled Theresa May's legislative plans for the next two years. Read the FULL speech here.
Follow all the developments from the State Opening of Parliament here.
The Government has unveiled plans for eight new laws to try to “get Brexit right” as Britain quits the European Union.
Theresa May has been forced to scrap key planks of the Conservative manifesto after losing her Commons majority at the general election.
Government borrowing fell by £0.3bn in May compared to last year, and to its lowest level since the global financial crash, new figures have revealed.
The Government has announced 27 new pieces of legislation for the new two-year Parliament, with Brexit dominating the agenda.
Donald Trump’s controversial state visit to the UK has been cast into fresh doubt after no mention was made of it in the Queen’s Speech.
Damian Green has suggested that a deal between the Conservatives and the DUP that would keep Theresa May in power may not be reached.
Policing could be at "significant risk" if funding is diverted from police budgets to counter-terrorism, according to a senior police officer.
Sir Vince Cable has reportedly agreed a deal to step down as Liberal Democrat leader in two or three years' time to let Jo Swinson take over, if he wins the upcoming leadership contest.
There has been a sharp drop in the number of eastern Europeans coming to the UK since the EU referendum almost a year ago, new figures suggest.
The Conservatives have failed to strike a deal with the DUP ahead of the Queen’s Speech in a major blow for Theresa May.
A new law which would introduce a publicly-funded advocate to act on behalf of families involved in a Hillsborough-style tragedy will be included in the Queen's Speech, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Labour has blasted the Government after new figures showed the number of new homes built for some of the poorest people in England has plummeted by 97% since 2010.
A general election victory for Labour would be “relatively straightforward” if the Conservatives were to lose a no confidence vote, according to one of the UK’s top polling experts.
The Unite official who tried to topple general secretary Len McCluskey has been sacked by the union.
The Conservatives lost their majority at the general election despite raking in £8m more than Labour in big money donations, new figures have revealed.
Sadiq Khan has warned Theresa May that she risks "fuelling mistrust" if she fails to include the local community at all stages of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Kezia Dugdale has called for a snap general election to "get the Tories out of office".
Vince Cable has announced he will run to succeed Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Philip Hammond today said the Conservatives need to win over a public “weary” of austerity to the cause of fiscal conservatism.
The DUP have been fined £4,000 for filing an ‘inaccurate’ spending return relating to the 2016 Northern Ireland Assembly elections.
The shock snap election result that left Theresa May grappling with the DUP to prop up her Government opened up a major question: What will the Northern Irish unionists be demanding? DUP expert Andrew McQuillan explains the party's mindset, what it may be asking for, and how it risks overplaying its hand.
Mark Carney has warned the Bank of England will not be able to prevent the damage to household incomes as Britain adjusts to life outside the European Union.
Diane Abbott has said she is back to “fighting fitness” after taking a break from the frontbench to recover from an illness.
Four ministers were warned about the risk of a fire in tower blocks like Grenfell Tower, according to a number of newly-released letters.
The Government will introduce legislation allowing satellites and scientific missions to be launched from UK spaceports for the first time.
The US Commerce Secretary has mocked Jeremy Corbyn by saying he “can’t even imagine” what it would be like to negotiate with a government headed up by the Labour leader.
David Davis caved in to the EU's Brexit timetable today as talks on the UK quitting the bloc got underway.
Theresa May has said she is "getting on with the job" as speculation continues to mount about how long she will remain Prime Minister.
Public services are at risk unless the Government takes action on civil service pay, Philip Hammond has been warned.
Downing Street has rejected questions about Theresa May's future and insisted she will lead the country through its current problems.
Theresa May has promised to crack down on Islamophobia in the wake of the “sickening” attack outside a mosque in north London.
Theresa May has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's calls for "luxury" properties to be seized to help those left homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire.
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.