Brexit negotiations between the UK and European Union must be "accelerated" if the two sides are to strike a deal, Theresa May and Jean-Claude Juncker have said.
Newborn babies are missing out on vital checks because of a fall in the number of health visitors, according to Labour.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North seat could cease to exist under planned changes to constituency boundaries.
Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke has been condemned after he failed to answer four letters from a powerful Commons committee about the rollout of Universal Credit.
Theresa May has launched a fresh diplomatic offensive in a bid to kick-start the stalled Brexit negotiations.
Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer has torn into the Government over its ‘no deal’ Brexit preparations, calling ministers "too weak" to reach an agreement with the EU.
Tumbling out of the EU without a trade deal will see household bills shoot up by £500 a year for millions of families and the poorest hit the hardest, a new report has said.
Ukip’s latest leader has said he could chase and kill a badger with his ‘bare hands’.
Cities and towns have become the new dividing line in British politics, with Labour dominating metropolitan areas and the Tories sweeping up votes in smaller towns.
A Government watchdog has called for ministers to establish a new “constitutional right to equality” in order to protect rights under equality law after Brexit.
Philip Hammond is considering a “bold” new tax on older people in a bid to help address “intergenerational fairness” in the upcoming Budget, according to reports.
The youth wing of the Labour party has voted at odds with the leadership by calling for Britain to withdraw from the Nato alliance.
Theresa May will make an emergency visit to Brussels today in a desperate bid to break the deadlock in Brexit negotiations.
British farmers will produce more food if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal, according to Chris Grayling.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd is "appalled" by Conservative attacks on Philip Hammond, Nicky Morgan has suggested.
Labour are talking to Conservative MPs in a bid to form a Commons majority against a 'no deal' Brexit, John McDonnell revealed this morning.
Theresa May must tell Philip Hammond to change course on Brexit or sack him, the DUP has said.
Hillary Clinton has warned against a 'no deal' Brexit and said Donald Trump “does not believe in trade”.
A powerful cross-party group of MPs is drawing up plans to stop Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal.
David Davis is reportedly calling on the Treasury to scrap historic student debt, arguing that it is hampering young people from contributing to the economy.
Some households face losing out on around £300 next year thanks to the benefits freeze and a rise in inflation, new research suggests.
Philip Hammond is reportedly planning a series of moves to boost housebuilding in a 'bold' Budget next month.
Workers should be allowed to own and work robots rather than their bosses, the Labour leader will say.
A former spy chief has admitted MI5 used to spy on some of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest supporters, a former director-general said.
Anyone caught possessing corrosive liquid without a genuine reason will automatically face a six month prison sentence, according to proposals from the Home Office.
A cyber attack against MPs’ emails carried out last June was most likely caused by Iranian hackers, according to an assessment by British intelligence.
A serial peadophile who was behind an unsubstantiated claim that he was raped by Sir Edward Heath made the whole thing up, according to his family.
The British government failed to adhere to its own guidelines when it sent out a number of deportation letters to European nationals living in the UK, a Home Office minister admitted.
Philip Hammond was today forced to backtrack after he branded Brussels “the enemy” in Brexit negotiations.
A Conservative MP was today forced to apologise after a statement from his office quoted him dismissing claims of sexual assault against Hollywood bigwig Harvey Weinstein.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has hit back at “bizarre” claims from critics in his own party that he is trying to talk down the British economy.
Downing Street has insisted the Prime Minister continues to have "full confidence" in Philip Hammond, despite mounting calls from pro-Brexit Conservatives for him to be sacked.
Jean-Claude Juncker has said the UK will "have to pay" in order to end the deadlock which has hit the Brexit negotiations.
The contest to decide the next leader of the Labour Party in Scotland is being “rigged”, according to a senior MP.
Philip Hammond has been hit with more criticism by senior right-wing Tories over his approach to Brexit amid claims relations between the Chancellor and Prime Minister have hit a new low.
Former Cabinet minister Maria Miller has said she has experienced sexual harassment "numerous times".