A senior Cabinet minister has insisted Labour’s election pledges will melt like “ice cream in the heat of the sun”, as he defended the Conservative attacks on Jeremy Corbyn.
Scottish and UK ministers are set to meet later today to identify what powers can be devolved to Holyrood after Brexit.
Brexit is a “catastrophe” and “sensible” MPs should form a new party to reverse it, a former adviser to George Osborne and David Davis has said.
Stamp duty is stopping homeowners from downsizing and must be reformed, a Cabinet minister has said.
The Government has announced the "biggest ever" boost to the number of medical school places available next year as it looks to increase NHS staff numbers.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd has given her strong backing to stop and search, saying that it is a "vital" part of the fight against violent crimes including knife and acid attacks.
Children’s social care services are in “crisis” with three in four councils having overspent their budgets last year, local authority leaders have warned.
The Bank of England has underlined the importance of a transition period to protect the UK’s financial sector after Brexit.
The Culture Secretary has requested advice from Ofcom over her plan to refer Fox’s takeover of Sky for a full competition inquiry.
Theresa May is reportedly preparing to ramp up her approach to Brexit by demanding ministers sign off position papers on key issues.
One of Jeremy Corbyn’s allies has hit out at the “dwindling band of New Labour neocons” which he said was using the turmoil in Venezuela to sow division in the party.
Claims that immigrants undermine British workers are “fallacious”, “bordering on racist”, and should be rooted out by the Labour party, a trade union boss has said.
A top communications specialist with a left-wing trade union has been given a senior role in Jeremy Corbyn's office, PoliticsHome has learned.
Ruth Davidson has called on Theresa May to reconsider the Conservative target to cut net migration to below 100,000 per year.
Labour has renewed its attack on government cuts after new figures suggested more than 40% of maternity wards in England were forced to close at least once last year.
Britain’s top judge has demanded clarity from ministers about how the UK judiciary should handle European court decisions after Brexit.
Labour MPs have urged Jeremy Corbyn to go further in his criticism of the crisis-stricken Venezuelan government after the Labour leader condemned violence on “all sides”.
Baroness Scotland has hit back at critics after reports she spent more than £338,000 of taxpayers' cash refurbishing her Mayfair home.
NHS trusts, water firms and energy companies could face eye-watering fines if they fail to protect themselves against cyber attacks, under new proposals.
Downing Street has hit back at a former senior civil servant who criticised the Government’s approach to the Brexit negotiations.
Jeremy Corbyn has refused to single out the Maduro government for criticism as he finally broke his silence on the turmoil in Venezuela.
The Department for International Trade has branded a number of claims made by a government adviser “completely false”.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended the SNP’s handling of former MP Michelle Thomson’s withdrawal from the party whip.
A Labour MP has said the party does not need Momentum to win elections after a row broke out about a colleague helping to set up a branch for her seat.
TV chef Jamie Oliver has launched a scathing attack on Theresa May over child obesity, claiming the Prime Minister does not “give a f*ck” about the issue.
Downing St has played down suggestions the UK is prepared to pay £36bn to settle its so-called 'divorce bill' from Brussels.
Tech firms like Google and Facebook could face eye-watering fines if they breach the privacy of their users under a newly proposed law.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today paid tribute to the former MP Kevin McNamara, who has died aged 82.
New sign-ups for Universal Credit could end up struggling to make ends meet over Christmas, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.
One of the most senior Metropolitan Police officers has hit out at sections of the British Muslim community, saying some people do not want the Government's counter-extremism strategy to work.
The UK has been "absent" from the opening round of Brexit talks because the Government has "no clear position" on negotiations, according to the former top civil servant at the Foreign Office.
A former SNP MP who was forced to resign the whip amid allegations of fraud has demanded an apology from Nicola Sturgeon after being cleared.
Diane Abbott said past-elections in crisis-stricken Venezuela were more robust than in the UK, it has emerged.
An ex-education minister has accused universities of “betraying their mission” after it emerged many are turning away British students in favour of more lucrative foreign applicants.
Ministers have launched a major new review to assess how the cost of energy could be reduced.
Theresa May is willing to hand over £36bn in a Brexit divorce deal provided the EU kick-starts talks about a future trade relationship, a new report has said.