The Government has announced that local councils will be able to access a multi-billion pound fund to improve roads in their area.
Three quarters of students will not repay the full amount they borrowed for tuition fees and graduates from poorer backgrounds will face the biggest debt burden, according to new research.
Sinn Fein has blamed Theresa May's decision to strike a pact with the DUP for the failure to get power-sharing back up and running at Stormont.
David Cameron has accused politicians calling on the Government to increase public spending of being "selfish" for wanting to spend money the country does not have.
Theresa May has vowed to crack down on the online trolling of MPs after a dramatic rise in "hard left" abuse during the general election.
A Labour frontbencher has called for the retired judge appointed to lead the Grenfell Tower inquiry to quit.
Ministers have announced they are ditching the Conservatives' election policy of scrapping free school meals for primary school pupils.
There will be no vote on repealing fox hunting before 2019 at the earliest, the Government has revealed.
Theresa May has suffered a record fall in popularity among Tory members in the wake of the general election, it has emerged.
The retired judge appointed to lead the Grenfell Tower inquiry should be removed from his position because he lacks "empathy" with victims, according to the local Labour MP.
A close ally of Jeremy Corbyn has said Labour MPs who are unprepared to fully sign up to the party’s programme should face re-selection by local members.
Council leaders have piled more pressure on Philip Hammond as they demanded to be front of the queue for any extra public spending.
Theresa May has been accused of burying a report into Islamist extremism in order to protect diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia.
Philip Hammond has called for a ‘grown-up debate’ about tax and spending, but stopped short of promising an end to the public sector pay cap.
The UK wants to find a way to continue working with the EU on drug regulation after Brexit, two senior Cabinet ministers have said.
Theresa May's top aide has been in touch with the Liberal Democrats to ask for help in passing parts of the Government's legislative agenda.
Theresa May has been urged to get directly involved in talks to re-start power-sharing at Stormont talks after the latest deadline passed without a deal.
The Government has broadened its criteria for resettling refugees to include non-Syrians fleeing the conflict between the Assad regime, opposition groups and so-called Islamic State.
Lifting the public sector pay cap is "under active discussion" in Whitehall, according to a government minister.
Jeremy Corbyn has passed over several big name Labour MPs as he announced his new frontbench line-up.
Nurses, doctors and soldiers will not get a pay rise before next April at the earliest, Downing Street has suggested.
The Government has been accused of another U-turn after the energy regulator set out plans to extend the energy price cap to fewer households than the Conservative manifesto pledge.
Ian Lavery could not have been any clearer.
Theresa May called David Cameron to ask him to express support for the Conservatives' deal with the DUP, according to a report.
Senior ministers are making life “very, very awkward” for Philip Hammond by pushing for an end to the public sector pay cap, Lord Lamont has said.
The UK’s Brexit negotiating team are reportedly planning to ditch plans for a “have cake and eat it” approach in which Britain seeks unfettered single market access without trade-offs on areas such as immigration.
Theresa May's own counter-terrorism adviser has accused ministers of acting like the Chinese government with plans to fine tech companies not deemed to be helping combat extremism.
The Government are failing to live up to their pledge to protect England’s countryside from excessive house-building, while those that are being built are unaffordable, campaigners have warned.
There is ‘little prospect’ of a deal being reached between Northern Ireland’s main parties to form a new power-sharing executive by the current deadline, Gerry Adams has said.
More NHS nurses and midwives are leaving the profession than joining, worsening the "severe workforce problems" faced by NHS trusts.
Boris Johnson has become the latest Cabinet minister to call for the end of the public sector pay cap.
The Government’s “extreme” plan for Brexit could cause a shortage of strawberries at Wimbledon, Vince Cable has warned.
A prominent Labour MP has hit out at the appointment of an "upper middle-class, white man" without experience of life in a tower block estate to lead the Grenfell Tower inquiry.
Owen Smith has hinted that Labour might have won last month’s election if he had been leader rather than Jeremy Corbyn.
The Tories are not considering a rethink of university tuition, Michael Gove has made clear.
The UK is to withdraw from a fishing deal which has allowed other European countries to access British waters for decades.