An attempt by media mogul Rupert Murdoch to enlarge his broadcasting empire in the UK is set to be referred to the official competition watchdog, it was announced today.
Labour will force a Commons vote tomorrow on the Government’s plans to raise tuition fees by £250 a year.
The seven-year cap on public sector pay has been dropped, Downing St has announced.
Angry Conservative rebels today launched an attempt to force a vote in parliament on the final trade deal the Government strikes with the European Union.
Former Tony Blair advisor and once staunch Jeremy Corbyn critic John McTernan has said the Labour leader will win the next election.
LBC radio has been rapped by the UK's broadcasting watchdog for failing to challenge a listener who branded Diane Abbott “a retard”.
Parliament officials are under fresh pressure to tackle a growing vermin problem after footage emerged of rats fighting over food on the House of Commons terrace.
A jump in the price of clothing due to the fall in the pound pushed inflation to its joint highest level in more than five years, official statistics revealed today.
Len McCluskey has said he is prepared to sanction illegal strike action unless the Government lifts the public sector pay cap.
Boris Johnson is to fly to the Caribbean to visit British territories devastated by Hurricane Irma.
Len McCluskey has ramped up his feud with Tom Watson by calling for Labour to bring in a female deputy leader to work alongside him.
Theresa May contacted Donald Trump in a bid to save jobs at an airplane manufacturer in Belfast, following pressure from the Democratic Unionist Party.
The DUP are to vote in favour of controversial proposals that would see the Conservatives put in charge of a series of powerful Commons committees, according to a report.
Labour have demanded that major EU powers be handed straight to the devolved administrations after Brexit.
The chief of staff to Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is a “hardliner” who spends much of the Brexit negotiations briefing against Britain to German newspapers, according to Nick Timothy.
Labour MPs rebelled against Jeremy Corbyn as the Commons gave its backing to the Government's flagship Brexit bill.
Britain will continue to provide military and security assistance to the European Union after Brexit, the Government has insisted.
Labour bosses believe as many as 20 of their MPs could refuse to vote against the EU (Withdrawal) Bill in a major challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's authority.
Jeremy Corbyn has suggested Britain could stay in the European single market permanently after Brexit - just weeks after ruling it out.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have won seats on a powerful committee overseeing the Labour conference agenda in a major boost for the party leader.
The Liberal Democrats are going “backwards” and face existential challenges that could get worse, Paddy Ashdown has said.
Boris Johnson was condemned today after insisting the Government would deliver on the promises made during the EU referendum campaign.
The Tories’s £1bn deal with the DUP must be rubber-stamped by Parliament, the Government has admitted after being challenged by Brexit campaigner Gina Miller.
David Davis has warned MPs planning to vote against the EU Withdrawal Bill that they are risking a "chaotic exit from the European Union".
The Prime Minister’s Brexit demands for Britain are the ‘equivalent of a letter to Santa,’ the general secretary of the TUC has said today.
Staff taking time off mean maternity units are more likely close on weekends and during school holidays, new analysis published today suggests.
The Government is reportedly preparing to lift the cap on public sector pay, with police and prison officers the first to benefit from higher wages.
Citizens Advice has warned that the expansion of Universal Credit is “a disaster waiting to happen” and risks claimants plummeting into debt.
Labour members should have a say on the party's leadership candidates rather than it being left to just MPs, Len McCluskey has said.
Tory grandee Ken Clarke has said it is "silly" to suggest Jacob Rees-Mogg could become prime minister.
Tony Blair has claimed that an "unreconstructed leftist" Labour government after Brexit would be a disaster.
David Davis ‘pushed’ Theresa May into holding June’s early election despite her expressing concern over how the public would react, according to a new book.
Michael Fallon today called for a cooling of tensions over North Korea - as he warned that London could be a target for a nuclear attack by Pyongyang.
British officials have claimed the European Commission is deliberately leaking to try and damage the UK's Brexit negotiating team.
Theresa May is reportedly weighing up a cut to student loan interest in a bit to win over younger voters to the Conservatives.
Over two million of the UK’s poorest families are set to be £50-a-week worse off by 2020 as a result of welfare cuts and soaring rents, according to new analysis.