David Cameron has told Theresa May she needs to offer a “more inspiring vision” in order to win back voters from the Labour party.
Theresa May will order her Cabinet ministers to stop briefing against each other in a bid to end the civil war threatening to engulf the Conservative party.
A senior Labour MP has urged Jeremy Corbyn to do more to tackle Labour members abusing MPs.
Philip Hammond is trying to “**** up” Brexit and views Leave supporters as a “bunch of smarmy pirates", it has been claimed.
The Government is set to spend billions of pounds in hidden costs on a flawed warplane, it has been revealed.
The Government is "sleepwalking" into a "huge set of issues" on the security of the UK's food supply after Brexit, academics have warned.
Public sector workers have lost out on thousands of pounds because of pay restraint imposed since 2010, the TUC has said.
David Davis will travel to Brussels today for the latest round of Brexit talks with a call for both the UK and EU negotiating teams to "get down to business".
Liam Fox has told his cabinet colleagues to “be very quiet”, “drink less prosecco” and stop briefing against each other.
Tony Blair has admitted that Jeremy Corbyn could become prime minister running on a leftwing policy agenda.
Philip Hammond has accused hard Brexiters in the Cabinet of briefing against him as the civil war between Tory leadership contenders burst into the open.
John McDonnell has insisted he has no regrets at claiming the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire were "murdered by political decisions”.
Iain Duncan Smith has told Conservative colleagues discussing Theresa May's future to "shut up" and get on with seeing through Brexit.
Philip Hammond told a Cabinet meeting that public sector workers are "overpaid", it has been revealed.
Most voters believe Theresa May should resign as Prime Minister before the next election, according to a new poll.
Tony Blair has said he believes that Britain may not end up leaving the European Union.
Abuse and intimidation of politicians risks putting people off entering public life, Parliament's standards watchdog has warned.
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale is in a relationship with an SNP MSP, it has been revealed.
Amber Rudd has called for more life sentences to be handed down to those who carry out acid attacks.
Tony Blair has accused the Labour leadership of offering a “vision of the 1960s” – despite the party’s gains under Jeremy Corbyn at the recent general election.
Jeremy Corbyn will visit two Conservative-held constituencies today to tell supporters that Theresa May heads a “zombie government”, marking his most aggressive campaigning step since the general election.
Theresa May is considering asking the Labour party to join a cross-party Brexit commission in a bid to cement a consensus on Britain’s demands for leaving the EU, a report has claimed.
Ministers will propose new restrictions on the sale and possession of corrosive substances in the next few days following a spate of acid attacks in London.
Tony Blair has said European Union leaders are willing to be flexible on freedom of movement of people to stop Britain leaving the bloc.
Theresa May’s enemies plan to challenge her leadership in the week after the Tory party conference, according to a report.
The powers that allow members of the public and the victims of crime to call convicted criminals back to court to have their sentence assessed are to be extended to cover more terrorist offences.
Conservative MPs are calling for the party’s chairman, Patrick McLoughlin, to step down in the wake of the “terrible” general election result.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has found himself at the centre of a sexism row for reportedly saying that driving a train is so easy that even a woman can do it.
Diane Abbott has suggested acid attacks should be considered a “form of terrorism” after a sharp rise in such incidents.
Theresa May has rejected calls for a former Labour minister to be sacked as a government adviser after he warned Brexit could be the biggest mistake since the appeasement of Adolf Hitler.
The Treasury fined Theresa May’s Home Office after she gave the former head of the child abuse inquiry a salary of £500,000 per year, it has emerged.
Former Cabinet minister Alan Johnson has compared the “narrow sectarian left” at the top of today’s Labour party to Militant.
Britain will continue making payments to the European Union after Brexit, David Davis admitted yesterday.
Tim Farron decided to quit as Lib Dem leader two weeks into the general election campaign, he has revealed.
Conservative MPs have called for Lord Adonis to be sacked as a government adviser after he said Brexit could be as big a mistake as the appeasement of Adolf Hitler.
Brexit could be the UK's biggest mistake since the appeasement of Hitler in the 1930s, according to a former Labour Cabinet minister.