Theresa May today called for “strength and unity” among her top ministers as she condemned Cabinet leaks against Philip Hammond.
A senior Tory backbencher has said ministers found to have leaked details of Cabinet discussions should be sacked.
A Labour party member in Northern Ireland has gone on hunger strike in a bid to force the party to put up candidates at elections in the province.
Boris Johnson has not met the family or constituency MP of a British-Iranian woman currently serving a five-year sentence in a notorious Iranian prison on charges of spying against the state.
Credit card surcharges are to be banned outright from January 2018, the Government has confirmed.
Senior civil servants, judges and military top brass are the latest public sector workers to have real-terms pay cuts confirmed, as the Government sticks to its 1% cap on salary rises.
A former Conservative leadership hopeful received a £17,000 golden goodbye after quitting the Cabinet following a sexting scandal, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Lower petrol prices contributed to a surprise fall in inflation between May and June, new figures released today revealed.
A Government of Ireland minister has accused the UK of having "no leadership" and being politically "incoherent" over Brexit.
The Government is “struggling” to spend its entire foreign aid budget prompting departments to “rush” to hit the legal requirements without proper checks, the Whitehall spending watchdog has warned.
Paris and Frankfurt are teaming up to shut the UK out of the financial market after Brexit, it has been claimed.
Theresa May has sought out her advice from David Cameron after her Cabinet descended into a briefing war over the weekend.
The body overseeing UK elections has raised concerns that some voters have broken the law by voting twice in the recent general election.
Health service bosses are to ramp up recruitment of family doctors from overseas to plug gaps in the NHS workforce.
Theresa May has told her MPs to stop "backbiting" or risk helping Jeremy Corbyn into Downing St.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Labour MPs to keep campaigning throughout the summer - as he unveiled plans to target 100 marginal seats by September.
The Conservatives are on track to lose the next election because of the rift within the party over Brexit, Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has warned.
Ministers have been accused of "robbing Peter to pay Paul" after it emerged the education budget will be raided to free up an extra £1.3bn for schools.
Theresa May must tell Saudi Arabia to halt the execution of 14 people - including two youngsters - who confessed to crimes under torture, an ex-minister said today.
People from "minority backgrounds" should sit on a special panel to advise the judge leading the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster, Jeremy Corbyn has demanded.
David Davis has been criticised after spending barely an hour in Brussels at the start of the latest round of Brexit negotiations.
The elections watchdog has said there is little evidence to support claims of “widespread” voter fraud at the recent general election.
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.