Former Tory Chancellor Nigel Lawson has said Philip Hammond should be sacked for trying to "sabotage" the Government's attempts to prepare for Brexit.
Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU have reached a "very disturbing" deadlock, Michel Barnier has declared.
The Shadow Work and Pensions Secretary has admitted Labour has shown “double standards” in criticising Government phone call charges – after it was revealed they use a similar number.
Jeremy Hunt has admitted he was wrong to quote 30,000 as the number of NHS mental health recruits since the Tories came to power - after it was revealed the number totalled just 692.
A former Tory Cabinet minister has demanded the Government publish secret advice laying out the expected impact of Brexit on jobs and living standards.
A controversial plan to force elderly people to pay for the cost of their social care by selling their home had "more right about it than wrong", according to a government minister.
John McDonnell has seized on new IMF research which claims governments can increase taxes on the rich without hurting growth.
The Government has backed calls to lift prison sentences for those involved in the planning of “less sophisticated" but "equally deadly" terror attacks.
The Government is to offer new GPs a £20,000 payment if they choose to work in areas struggling to recruit doctors.
A minister has re-ignited the row about the so-called ‘Dementia Tax’ after she said older people should not treat their homes as “an asset to give to their offspring".
MPs could be granted the power to recall parliament from recess in an emergency situation, John Bercow has suggested.
Draft legislation to cap energy bills will be published later today in a bid to fix the “broken” market, Theresa May has announced.
Harvey Weinstein faces being stripped of his honorary CBE after Theresa May broke her silence over the "deeply concerning" sex assault allegations against him.
Theresa May has insisted the Government is spending money now in preparation for Britain leaving the EU without a deal - just hours after Philip Hammond ruled it out.
Undocumented Grenfell Tower survivors will now have the right to remain permanently in the UK, the Home Office has announced.
Labour would vote against any attempt by the Government to take Britain out of the EU without a formal agreement with Brussels, a spokesman for Jeremy Corbyn has revealed.
Britain and the European Union are close to reaching agreement on the future of EU residents in the UK and British citizens on the continent, Theresa May has said.
Liz Truss has said she would back Brexit if the EU referendum was held again.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to quit as Prime Minister, saying: “If she can’t lead, she should leave.”
The UK economy is under a "cloud of uncertainty" because of Brexit, Philip Hammond has declared.
Donald Trump is set to visit the UK early next year, but will be denied the red carpet treatment or a meeting with the Queen.
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Air traffic between the UK and the EU could "theoretically" come to a halt on Brexit day, Philip Hammond has warned.
More than 120 MPs have written to David Davis demanding the Government publish its studies on the impact Brexit will have on the country.
Damian Green has said it "would have been" better if the country had voted Remain.
Philip Hammond has said he will not set aside any money in the Budget for a 'no deal' Brexit.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator is pushing to begin work on the future trading relationship with the UK, despite opposition from the German government.
The Conservatives' chief whip has sent an email to all MPs in a bid to encourage them to campaign in Amber Rudd’s seat this weekend.
Britain will have to massively increase its number of border guards by March next year in order to cope with Brexit, MPs were warned yesterday.
Social media companies could be regulated like newspapers and magazines in a bid by the Government to make Britain the “safest place in the world to be online”.
Theresa May last night urged Donald Trump not to pull out of the landmark nuclear deal with Iran, because it is "vitally important for regional security".
Theresa May has refused to say whether she would vote for Brexit if the EU referendum was re-run.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted that there will be a second referendum on Scottish independence - but refused to give any indication of when it might be.
The head of NHS England has urged Philip Hammond to provide extra cash for the health service as a new report warns the NHS is now at "full stretch".
Theresa May has twice called on Donald Trump directly to ramp up the pressure on Boeing into dropping its complaint over rival Bombardier, a Cabinet minister has said.
Ministers have been urged to do more to prevent hundreds of job losses after defence giant BAE Systems announced plans to cut 2,000 posts across the UK.