Boris Johnson has urged the public to "keep calm" following the terror attack on a Tube train this morning.
Brexit has left Theresa May like a "hostage handcuffed to a radiator in the basement of a flat in Beirut", Sir Vince Cable has said.
A prominent backbench Tory MP has called for George Osborne to be banned from party conference after he reportedly told friends he wanted the Prime Minister "chopped up in bags in [his] freezer".
Social media may be putting a defendant’s right to a fair trial at risk, the Attorney General has said.
NHS staff have demanded a 3.9% rise after the Government finally lifted the public sector pay cap.
Theresa May is "frustrated" that Britain has been stopped from using its international aid budget to help the victims of Hurricane Irma.
A parliamentary watchdog has launched an investgation into Ian Paisley Jr over two all expenses paid holidays to Sri Lanka.
Boris Johnson has called on Aung San Suu Kyi to act to protect Burma's Rohingya people amid growing condemnation of her silence on their plight.
John Bercow has said he wants Prime Minister's Questions to double in length to an hour.
An MP has revealed how a teacher told their class not to speak to his son because his father is a Conservative politician.
Future Labour leaders could be elected without the support of a single MP, according to radical new proposals set to be considered at party conference.
A former Scottish First Minister has accused the SNP and Conservatives of failing to prepare for the impact Brexit will have north of the Border.
Opposition MPs have rounded on ministers for dodging two votes they were set to lose - in what has been deemed a "bad week for democracy".
A former Tory minister has warned Jeremy Corbyn will become Britain’s next Prime Minister unless the party undertakes a "radical revolution" to boost its support ahead of the next general election.
Tory backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg has batted away rumours of a leadership bid, saying he has “no wish” to take over the Conservative Party.
Rupert Murdoch's bid to takeover Sky suffered a major setback today after the Government announced it would be referred to the official competition watchdog.
The former governor of the Bank of England has said he does not believe the Brexit negotiations "are going in the way that we might hope".
MPs have hit out at George Osborne after he reportedly told friends he want the Prime Minister "chopped up in bags in [his] freezer".
The £57m pledged to help support victims of Hurricane Irma cannot be taken from Britain's aid budget, according to reports.
Theresa May will make a major speech in Florence on 22 September to set out her vision for the next stages of the Brexit talks.
Former Conservative leader Michael Howard has launched a blistering attack on the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier.
Labour will use a debate later today to call on the Government to boost the pay of Britain’s troops.
The Government is seeking to achieve a "bespoke" deal for the City of London after Brexit, Philip Hammond has said.
Politicians and social media companies must play their part in ending the “explicit and aggressive” abuse aimed at some BBC journalists, the broadcaster’s chair has said.
The Conservatives have been accused of "running scared" of Parliament after dodging two Commons votes they were set to lose.
Michael Gove today vowed to veto any trade deal with the United States that would see the UK importing chicken carcasses bathed in chlorine.
Theresa May's decision to call the snap general election cost taxpayers £140 million, it has been revealed.
Police have accused Theresa May of telling a “downright lie” after she claimed officers have received an effective 32% pay rise since 2010.
Ministers have failed to recoup some £2bn in taxpayer cash that was wrongly paid to housing benefit claimants, PoliticsHome can reveal.
A former top aide to Theresa May has hit back at George Osborne over claims he has told friends he want the Prime Minister "chopped up in bags in [his] freezer".
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to condemn Len McCluskey over his threat to call illegal strike action over public sector pay.
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The UK will regret its decision to quit the European Union, Jean-Claude Juncker said today as he laid out his vision for the bloc's future.
Workers continue to feel the pinch as wages failed to keep up with the pace of rising prices for the fifth month in a row, official figures revealed today.
The Shadow Health Secretary is today calling on the Government to end the public sector pay cap in the NHS, saying it has been a “disaster” for the service.
The former minister in charge of the civil service has lashed out at Whitehall officials, accusing them of misleading ministers and questioning their ability to implement Brexit.