The Government is not treating prisons with the gravity needed to “get a grip” on the problems they face, a Conservative former minister has declared.
Labour has renewed its attack on the Government over “disgraceful” cancelled rail electrification projects.
The Government has unveiled a new bill to allow the UK to impose sanctions against people and regimes after Brexit.
Prison bosses have hit out at the Government for failing to address the “toxic” state of the country’s jails.
Senior politicians have challenged Jeremy Corbyn to personally condemn Venezuela's government following his historical support for the regime.
Donald Trump has said a second Scottish independence referendum would be “terrible” and compared the initial vote on separation to going “through hell”.
The Cabinet Office is “crazy” and needs to “get a grip” on Whitehall pay levels, Priti Patel has reportedly said.
A former SNP MP will not face criminal proceedings over allegations of mortgage fraud after the case against her was dropped due to insufficient evidence.
An art student was today reported to the police and parliamentary investigators after she posed as an MP offering constituency surgeries.
The British Election Study has just released data from the 2017 general election campaign. PoliticsHome has rounded up five of the most interesting findings from the study.
More than a million women are £32 a week worse off with many pushed into income poverty under the latest rise in the state pension age, an independent thinktank has said.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has accused British Gas of holding its customers "over a barrel", after they announced plans to hike prices by 12.5%.
Ken Livingstone has backed Venezuelan President Maduro and insisted an "establishment elite" is behind the economic chaos in the country.
Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke for propping up a “brutal” and “unethical” sport by launching a new subscription hunting channel.
Treasury select committee chair Nicky Morgan has called on the Bank of England to provide details of how prepared banks and insurance firms are for Brexit.
Amber Rudd will urge internet giants to work more closely with governments to tackle the scourge of online extremism when she meets bosses at Silicon Valley later today.
William Hague has given his backing to Philip Hammond's proposals for a transitional Brexit deal, claiming it is the best way to stop Brexit becoming a "disaster" for the UK.
Labour MP Steve McCabe is nursing facial injuries after a motorcyclist threw a brick at him while he was out in his constituency.
A Labour councillor has been suspended from the party after she branded naked Pride marchers “paedophiles”.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has said the chances of Britain agreeing a deal on Brexit in less than two years are “infinitesimally small”.
Downing St has made clear that free movement of EU citizens to the UK will come to an end in March 2019.
Some 20 public bodies are set to spring up across the country as the civil service takes on new work as a result of Brexit, a minister has revealed.
The High Court has blocked a bid by a former Iraqi army chief of staff to bring a private prosecution against Tony Blair.
Boris Johnson has accused Vince Cable of “peddling lies” after the Liberal Democrat leader claimed the Foreign Secretary might be on the verge of resignation.
Scores of MPs continue to employ a member of their family at the expense of the taxpayer despite a ban on newly elected parliamentarians doing the same.
Cabinet ministers were again at loggerheads last night with reports of fresh splits over the UK's post-Brexit migration system.
The Government's new national security adviser has reportedly ordered a wide-ranging review of how British aid money is spent.
Jeremy Hunt has announced the recruitment of 21,000 extra mental health staff to redress what he calls a "historic imbalance" in the NHS workforce.
Philip Hammond has made clear the Government does not plan to undercut European rivals with swingeing tax cuts after Brexit.
The prime minister of Luxembourg has said the UK must pay what it owes in the Brexit divorce bill.
Alan Sugar has called for politicians who break election manifesto promises to be jailed.
Philip Hammond is reportedly looking at raising taxes in a number of key areas in a bid to close a £1bn gap in the public finances.
Britain could suffer from massive border delays which could cost more than £1bn a year, a report on the post-Brexit customs system has revealed.
Owners of diesel cars could be “betrayed” if they are not offered money before they are hit with new taxes, senior Tories have warned.
Liam Fox has sparked a fresh Cabinet split after he rejected Philip Hammond’s claim that ministers had agreed on the UK having a transitional deal with the EU.
The Government has been forced to step in to ensure thousands of small business get the business rate relief payments they are due.