One of Jeremy Corbyn's top spin doctors has quit after just six months in the job, PoliticsHome can reveal.
The Home Office has pledged to investigate after sending 100 letters to EU nationals threatening them with “detention” unless they left the UK.
A new pro-Jeremy Corbyn Labour MP has declared Tory MPs to be “the enemy” and said she has “no intention of being friends with any of them”.
European judges will continue to have jurisdiction over the UK's legal system for years after Brexit, it has emerged.
A Home Office report setting out how Britain could be less safe outside the EU was held back during the EU referendum, according to reports.
Scotland’s notional deficit fell by £1.3bn last year, official Scottish government statistics have revealed.
Chris Grayling has told northern political leaders that it is their responsibility to produce plans for new transport networks across the country.
Theresa May has hailed a deal to sell red double-decker buses to Mexico as evidence that the UK is a “great, global trading nation”.
Ireland's prime minister has taken a fresh swipe at Theresa May over her plans for a "frictionless" border in Ireland after Brexit.
The Government has said it is on track to offer 200,000 households 30 hours of free childcare per week this autumn – despite technical difficulties delaying 2,600 applications.
A Commons committee will investigate the black hole in universities’ pension scheme, after the shortfall widened to £12.6bn in three years.
Labour MPs have hit out at shadow minister Chris Williamson after he said women-only train carriages may be needed to tackle a rise in sex attacks.
There is a “gulf” between the performance of England’s schools and the best in the world, a new analysis of GCSE outcomes has concluded.
Theresa May has been accused of performing a "climbdown" on her plans to remove the European Court of Justice's role in UK life after Brexit.
British forces have “hit the terrorists hard” in recent action against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Defence Secretary said today.
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the Government for backing Donald Trump’s decision to commit the US to “fight and win” the war in Afghanistan.
A Labour frontbencher has said women-only train carriages may be needed to tackle a rise in sex attacks.
Ireland's prime minister has said he is “confused and puzzled” about what Britain wants from its future trading relationship with the European Union.
Divorced parents will find it much harder to bring their children back to the UK from Europe if the Government fails to strike a Brexit deal, Whitehall officials have admitted.
The UK recorded its first July surplus since 2002 last month – but over borrowing remains higher than in the last financial year.
A senior Labour MP has accused Twitter of failing to act quickly enough on "vile" racist and sexist abuse by users of the website.
Michael Fallon has welcomed Donald Trump’s declaration that the US will remain in Afghanistan to “fight and win” against the Taliban.
The Government has said civil legal rulings issued in other European Union countries will be “recognised and enforced” in the UK beyond Brexit.
George Osborne has challenged the Government to prove it is “truly committed” to regional regeneration by backing high-speed rail between northern cities.
Michel Barnier has goaded the UK government over the state of the Brexit negotiations ahead of the next round of talks in Brussels.
Scotland 'holds the keys' to Labour returning to government at Westminster, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
A row has broken out after two Conservative councillors who were suspended over anti-Catholic and racist tweets were re-instated to the party.
Former Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has thrown his weight behind Peter Whittle to succeed him in the job.
Downing Street has insisted that Brexit trade negotiations can begin in October - despite the Prime Minister of Slovenia warning that they could be delayed until next year.
A Labour MP said "brightness has fallen from the air" today as Big Ben rang for the last time until 2021.
A senior Labour MP has urged the party leadership to put "clear red water" between themselves and the Tories by backing continued membership of the single market and the customs union after Brexit.
Theresa May has held a series of "prosecco and canape" events with Tory MPs at her Chequers residence in a bid to shore up her leadership.
Private hospitals are set to benefit from over £50m of tax breaks over the next five years, while NHS hospitals see their bills soar.
A series of post-Brexit trade deals will help make the world a safer place, the UK's top trade adviser has claimed.
Philip Hammond and Michael Gove have clashed over the future of Britain's fishing waters after Brexit, it has emerged.
A top European judge has suggested the UK could retain full access to the EU single market without accepting the jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice.