Labour MPs have led fresh calls for Donald Trump's state visit to the UK to be cancelled after he drew equivalence between white supremacists and anti-fascist protesters.
EU citizens will be able to continue to move freely from the Republic of Ireland into the UK after Brexit, the Government has admitted.
Theresa May has distanced herself from Donald Trump after the US president drew equivalence between white supremacists and anti-fascist protesters.
Theresa May has piled into the row over Big Ben’s bonging, saying it “can’t be right” to silence the famous bell for four years.
Theresa May could serve as Prime Minister for another decade, a veteran Tory MP incredibly claimed today.
The unemployment rate fell to its lowest level since 1975 in the last quarter, but wages continued to lag behind inflation.
Sajid Javid has become the first Cabinet minister to condemn Donald Trump’s latest comments drawing equivalence between white supremacists and anti-fascist campaigners.
Cabinet splits on a post-Brexit transition deal with the European Union have reopened after Liam Fox and Boris Johnson called for a customs pact to be in place for no longer than a year.
More than 100 MPs have condemned The Sun and called for action over “Nazi-like language” in a column about Muslims this week.
The top rate of interest on student loans will be 6.1% from this autumn, after the Government confirmed it would not revisit the policy.
Brexit Secretary David Davis's former chief of staff is to lead a new pro-EU political party, it has been confirmed.
Brexit will not mean "a return to the border posts of the past" between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Government has insisted.
Kensington MP Emma Dent Coad has said the terms of the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire amount to a “betrayal” of the victims.
Labour’s position on Brexit has been thrown into further confusion after a senior frontbencher repeatedly refused to clarify his party’s position.
A top Brussels official has dismissed the UK Government's plans to strike a "temporary" customs deal with the EU after Brexit as "a fantasy".
The Grenfell Tower public inquiry has published its terms of reference and officially begins work today.
Millions of rail users are to face a “staggering” fare rise of 3.6% next January.
David Davis has charged into the row over Big Ben’s bonging, branding the decision to silence the famous bell for four years “mad”.
David Davis’s former chief of staff has launched a scathing attack on the Brexit Secretary, accusing him of only working a three-day week and "leering" over Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott.
MPs have hit out at the announcement by parliamentary authorities that Big Ben is to fall silent for four years as repair work gets underway.
More than 55,000 people in Theresa May’s constituency will have to work for longer as a result of the Government’s decision to raise the state pension age, Labour has revealed.
Theresa May will visit Tokyo at the end of the month in a bid to boost trade and security links between the UK and Japan.
The UK will try to strike a “temporary” customs union with the European Union immediately after Brexit, it has been announced.
Alex Salmond has been urged to apologise after he appeared to joke about having sex with leading female politicians – including Nicola Sturgeon.
A pro-Brexit campaign group has launched a bid to have Philip Hammond and Amber Rudd deselected as MPs.
Jeremy Corbyn has blasted Donald Trump for failing to condemn white supremacists after the violence which followed a far-right rally in Charlottesville.
Big Ben will fall silent for four years from next Monday, the Parliamentary authorities have announced.
Plans for a new political party with the aim of stopping Brexit have taken a step forward after its logo was unveiled.
Jeremy Hunt has furiously denied reports that he demanded a personal bathroom worth £44,000 at his new office.
A Conservative MP has said she will leave the party if Jacob Rees-Mogg becomes leader.
Five senior civil servants in the Department for Work and Pensions have received bonuses of up to £20,000 – leading a Labour MP to accuse the Government of giving a “reward for failure”.
Almost half of British voters want Theresa May to quit before the next general election, according to a new poll.
Brexit decisions are being “rushed through” in order to quash fears of a lack of action by the Government, according to civil servants and ministers.
Nine in 10 of England’s biggest NHS trusts are failing to employ enough nurses to ensure patients are safe, according to analysis.
A senior Ukip MEP has resigned as deputy whip in the European Parliament over party support for an anti-Islam campaigner.
Former minister Anna Soubry has become the highest profile Conservative to say she could join a new party over the Government’s stance on Brexit.