Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has accused a major postal union of making a "politically calculated" bid to stop people voting in the general election.
Not a single house has been built as a result of a Conservatives pledge to create hundreds of thousands of new homes, the independent spending watchdog has found.
Ministers must do more to make the "inconsiderate and irresponsible" use of fireworks as socially unacceptable as drink-driving, MPs have said.
Boris Johnson wants to deliver Brexit so he can "unleash Thatcherism on steroids", according to Jeremy Corbyn.
Young millennials are on course to pay more towards the UK state while receiving less in return than any other post-war generation, a major new study has found.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle has won the race to take over from John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons.
A Labour candidate in next month's general election has apologised after social media posts in which she said she would “celebrate” the deaths of Tony Blair and Benjamin Netanyahu resurfaced.
Sinn Féin will not contest three of Northern Ireland's seats at the general election in an effort to boost other pro-Remain candidates running against the DUP.
Jean-Claude Juncker has accused Boris Johnson of telling "so many lies" during the 2016 EU referendum campaign.
Senior government officials are furious at "leaks" from the top-secret Intelligence and Security Committee, it has emerged.
Police investigated the House of Commons office of Jo Swinson on Monday morning after she was sent a parcel containing a suspicious powder.
Labour has demanded the Tories drop one of their general election candidates after she called for people who featured on Benefits Street to be "put down".
Government spending is likely to return to levels not seen since the 1970s regardless of whether the Conservatives or Labour win the general election, a leading think tank has said.
Labour would bring back free TV licences for the over-75s if it wins the election, the party has announced.
Top Tory eurosceptic Steve Baker has warned Nigel Farage that he risks becoming "the man who threw away Brexit" over his opposition to Boris Johnson's EU deal.
Jeremy Corbyn has ordered his Shadow Cabinet to get behind the party's Brexit policy as he told them the debate about it is "now over".
UK ministers have been urged to reconsider their opposition to drug consumption rooms in Scotland after the number deaths from substance abuse in the country reached an all-time high.
Labour has blasted the rising number of cancelled operations as a “shameful indictment” of the Tory government as it continued its bid to put the NHS at the centre of the election campaign.
A close ally of Boris Johnson is standing down from Parliament after being accused of groping by a Labour MP.
Nigel Farage has confirmed that he will not mount an eighth bid to become an MP in December's snap election.
Boris Johnson has apologised for failing to fulfil his promise to get Brexit done by 31 October.
Former minister Margot James has become the latest female Tory to announce she is quitting as an MP - just days after having the Conservative whip restored.
Ministers must end the two-child cap on welfare payments which is having “serious and unintended consequences” on families, MPs have warned.
Boris Johnson has promised to end the benefits freeze as part of a multi-billion-pound pre-election welfare spending spree.
Liberal Democrat women are demanding their leader Jo Swinson be included in TV election debates to “inspire women and girls into leadership roles”.
Nigel Farage has claimed that the Conservatives offered him a peerage on two occasions in a bid to stop the Brexit Party running against them.
ITV has announced it will host the first head-to-head election debate between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn on 19 November in the run-up to the 12 December election.
Government ministers have been criticised for using public funds to target voters in marginal seats using Facebook adverts.
Fracking will be banned in the UK until there is "compelling" new evidence to quell safety fears over the process, the Government has said.
Boris Johnson has urged England’s rugby team to "bring the World Cup home" ahead of Saturday's tournament finale against South Africa.
Boris Johnson has ruled out a general election pact with Nigel Farage and insisted that his withdrawal agreement would deliver a “proper Brexit”.
Sir Henry Bellingham has dropped out of the race to become the next Commons speaker and insisted that his rivals are “better placed” to gain cross-party support.
Sajid Javid has condemned Spectator columnist Rod Liddle over an article in which he suggested holding elections at a time when Muslims are unable to vote.
The Brexit Party will stand against Tories in hundreds of seats unless Boris Johnson agrees to dump his new Withdrawal Agreement, Nigel Farage has declared.
UK electoral law poses “serious and unnecessary risks” for voters, parties and candidates and could threaten public confidence, MPs have warned.
Downing Street has hit back at Donald Trump after he suggested Boris Johnson’s Brexit agreement could block a trade deal with America.