Theresa May blocked a move from David Cameron to unilaterally guarantee the rights of citizens living in the UK after Brexit, George Osborne has sensationally claimed.
Senior European figures have branded Theresa May’s offer aimed at protecting the right of EU citizens as “not sufficient” and “vague”, calling on the Prime Minister to go further.
The Conservatives allegedly ran a secret call centre during the election campaign which may have broken data protection and election laws, according to a Channel 4 News investigation.
The number of high rise buildings found to have combustible cladding in light of the Grenfell Tower disaster has risen to eleven, Sajid Javid has revealed.
Voters now believe that Jeremy Corbyn would make a better Prime Minister than Theresa May, according to a new poll.
The UK Government’s project to develop a new £18bn nuclear power station has been branded "risky and expensive" by the public spending watchdog.
More than three million EU nationals would be given the right to stay in the UK after Brexit under plans unveiled by Theresa May.
Government tests conducted in light of the Grenfell Tower disaster have found a further seven high-rise residential buildings have combustible cladding installed.
Norman Lamb has announced he will not run to succeed Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
The Conservatives could go into the next general election with a fresh pledge to scrap the triple lock guaranteeing a decent rise in the state pension every year, new Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke has revealed.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has added his voice to calls for the Government to reach out to other political parties to arrive at a common position on Brexit.
The Home Secretary has announced a review to learn lessons from the recent terrorist attacks in London and Manchester.
The Welsh Conservative leader has upped the pressure on Theresa May over Brexit, calling for a guarantee Wales will not lose “a single pound” as a result of leaving the EU.
A cap on the amount of benefits lone parents of children under two can claim “causes real misery” and is illegal, the High Court has ruled.
Around 600 other high-rise tower blocks may have similar cladding to that installed at Grenfell Tower, it has been revealed.
Philip Hammond has been mocked after he suggested leaving the European Union was like buying a new house.
Top DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson has issued a warning to Downing Street by insisting Ulster men and women are “no pushover”.
The chief executive of Kensington and Chelsea Council has accused the Government of forcing him to quit over the Grenfell Tower fire.
Boris Johnson has ruled out mounting a Conservative party leadership challenge before Brexit talks are complete.
A DUP MP has batted away reports that his party are holding out for an extra £2bn for Northern Ireland in exchange for their support for the Tories.
Theresa May will today set out more details of the UK's Brexit plans at a summit of EU leaders.
Boris Johnson has come unstuck in an embarrassing radio interview where he struggled to defend the contents of his own government's Queen's Speech.
The Scottish Parliament could effectively be given a veto over Britain's departure from the European Union, it has emerged.
Jeremy Corbyn today vowed to oppose Government plans “every step of the way” as he mocked the “threadbare” legislative programme put forward by Theresa May.
Theresa May today apologised to victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy as she admitted the initial support on the ground was “not good enough”.
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The Government has unveiled plans for eight new laws to try to “get Brexit right” as Britain quits the European Union.
Theresa May has been forced to scrap key planks of the Conservative manifesto after losing her Commons majority at the general election.
Government borrowing fell by £0.3bn in May compared to last year, and to its lowest level since the global financial crash, new figures have revealed.
The Government has announced 27 new pieces of legislation for the new two-year Parliament, with Brexit dominating the agenda.
Donald Trump’s controversial state visit to the UK has been cast into fresh doubt after no mention was made of it in the Queen’s Speech.
Damian Green has suggested that a deal between the Conservatives and the DUP that would keep Theresa May in power may not be reached.
Policing could be at "significant risk" if funding is diverted from police budgets to counter-terrorism, according to a senior police officer.
Sir Vince Cable has reportedly agreed a deal to step down as Liberal Democrat leader in two or three years' time to let Jo Swinson take over, if he wins the upcoming leadership contest.
There has been a sharp drop in the number of eastern Europeans coming to the UK since the EU referendum almost a year ago, new figures suggest.