A former Attorney General today sounded the alarm on the Government’s flagship Brexit bill, saying it will allow ministers to ride roughshod over the British constitution.
Proposals to curb the number of low-skilled migrants coming to the UK after Brexit could have “catastrophic” consequences, business groups have warned.
The UK may never bounce back from the "economic hit" of Brexit, Ruth Davidson has warned.
Football clubs should be banned from having their shirts sponsored by gambling firms, Labour has said.
Theresa May suppressed up to nine reports into immigration when she was Home Secretary because the findings were “inconvenient” to the Government, it was claimed today.
Theresa May has made a pointed attack on Labour over the resignation of shadow minister Sarah Champion, saying politicians must have "freedom to speak out" about child abuse.
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A pro-Jeremy Corbyn Labour MP who sparked fury by calling Conservatives "the enemy" has said she will work with Tory MPs if it will help her constituents.
Traditionalist Conservative backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg has been condemned after revealing he is against abortion even in cases where a woman has been raped.
It would be a "complete and utter disaster" for Britain if it were to fail to strike a deal with the EU on Brexit, the former head of the civil service has said.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for fundamental change in the way Britain’s economy is run as a new report reveals that UK growth is funding business profits as workers’ wages stagnate.
Labour's long-standing election chief has quit - opening the way for Jeremy Corbyn to tighten his grip on the party.
Ministers will try to maintain extensive collaboration in areas of scientific research with the European Union after Brexit, according to a new government paper.
Theresa May is repotedly preparing to ditch Tory manifesto plans to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600.
UK ministers have batted away Irish claims that there can be ‘no British-only direct rule’ over Northern Ireland should talks over restarting power-sharing at Stormont break down.
Scottish independence would have boosted Isis, a former Labour Defence Secretary has claimed.
Secret government proposals to curb the number of low-skilled migrants coming to the UK after Brexit have been revealed in a leaked Home Office paper.
Conservative grassroots group Activate has been mocked after it emerged thousands of its Twitter followers were fake profiles.
The size of the 'divorce bill' Britain will have to pay when it quits the European Union will not be agreed for at least another year, David Davis has predicted.
Diane Abbott received ten times as much abuse as any other MP in the run up to the June general election, it has been revealed.
Jeremy Corbyn has ordered Labour MPs to vote against a key Brexit bill when it faces its first parliamentary hurdle in the coming days.
Almost three quarters of voters believe there are too few nurses to staff the NHS safely, while two thirds think those on the frontline are not paid enough.
The Ukip leadership race exploded into a bitter row over Islam in Britain and the controversial practice of Female Genital Mutilation last night as candidates took part in the first official hustings.
A Government minister has failed to give his backing to Theresa May leading the Conservatives into the next election.
Eccentric backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg is the most popular Conservative figure to seize the leadership from Theresa May, a new survey of party members has found.
Labour is preparing to instruct its MPs to vote against the second reading of the Government's EU withdrawal bill when it comes before the Commons later this week.
One of the European Commission's top officials has described Brexit as a "stupid decision" and said the British people could still choose to reverse it.
Nurses in England and Wales could go on strike if the Government does not move to increase public sector pay, the Royal College of Nursing has warned.
The UK has turned down countries wishing to strike free trade deals after Brexit because the Government does not have the capacity to negotiate them, the International Trade Secretary has said.
Philip Hammond has said the Northern Powerhouse is "at the top of" the Government's agenda, in a fresh hint it may receive a funding boost in the Autumn Budget.
The Government has warned that the “window of opportunity” to restore Northern Ireland’s power-sharing government is “closing rapidly”.
The next round of Brexit negotiations will be delayed by an "important intervention" by Theresa May, a senior EU official has predicted.
Some 365 new schools or 21 new hospitals could have been built by Conservative ministers since 2010 had they taken bold action on tax avoidance, Labour claimed today.
Theresa May’s government will collapse next year because of Cabinet splits over Brexit, leading economists have predicted.
A former MP has vowed to "unite" the Scottish Labour party as he launched his bid to become its next leader.
Oxford University's vice-chancellor has accused "tawdry" politicians of making a false link between increased tuition fees and the huge salaries of top brass.