Downing Street has launched an outspoken attack on the Court of Appeal's decision to halt the deportation of 25 foreign criminals to Jamaica.
Dominic Cummings has claimed a group of kids cartoon characters would do a better job than the Cabinet.
Britain's economy flatlined in the run-up to Brexit thanks to a fall in manufacturing, official figures have revealed.
MPs are to be stripped of their role in vetting claims of bullying and sexual harassment against their own colleagues, Commons authorities have announced.
Michael Gove has told businesses to get ready for "inevitable" border checks in the wake of Brexit as the Government confirmed plans to bring in import controls from next year.
Boris Johnson is to give the green light to the entire High Speed 2 rail line - despite concern from Tory MPs about the project's spiralling costs.
Bus services and cycling routes are to receive a £5bn government boost as Boris Johnson sets about holding on to voters who switched to the Conservatives at the last election.
Ministers have been dealt a blow as the Court of Appeal halted a controversial deportation flight to Jamaica at the 11th-hour.
Northern Ireland could be left in a different time zone to rest of UK under plans being considered in Brussels, an influential group of peers have warned.
Voters’ concerns about Jeremy Corbyn, Labour election promises that were “not believable” and a campaign dominated by Brexit were the main reasons Boris Johnson won the keys to Number 10 last year, according to a new poll.
No British nationals will be on board a controversial deportation flight bound for Jamaica that is due to leave on Tuesday, the Government has insisted.
Labour Party officials have been urged to drop allegations that members of Keir Starmer's leadership campaign broke strict data laws.
Ministers are beefing up powers to force those suspected of coronavirus to stay quarantined after declaring it an "imminent threat" to public health.
Whitehall officials are carrying out a study into the possibility of building a bridge from the British mainland to Northern Ireland, Downing Street has confirmed.
John Bercow has claimed that a government "conspiracy" is blocking his chances of entering the House of Lords.
More than 170 MPs and peers have written to the Prime Minister calling for him to halt a flight deporting 50 people to Jamaica.
Lisa Nandy has vowed to take a "zero tolerance" approach to tackling anti-semitism if she becomes Labour leader.
Boris Johnson is set to launch a consultation on the creating of ten new freeports in a bid to boost post-Brexit investment.
The Labour leadership candidate Keir Starmer’s mother-in-law has died after an accident two weeks ago.
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland has said he would oppose any moves to make judges politically appointed.
The Chinese ambassador to the UK has blasted Tory MPs’ backlash over Huawei as “totally wrong” and a “witch hunt”.
Downing Street is "bullying" John Bercow by denying him a peerage, according to a senior Labour frontbencher.
Boris Johnson is said to be weighing up shock plans to introduce a “mansion tax” in next month’s Budget.
Dozens of Labour MPs could quit the party if Rebecca Long-Bailey wins the leadership race, it is being reported.
The Labour leadership contest has erupted after party officials accused Keir Starmer's team of breaching strict data laws.
John Bercow has been hit by a third allegation of abusive behaviour by a senior Parliamentary figure as he awaits the decision on whether he can be handed a peerage.
Boris Johnson is set to slash the salary threshold for skilled migrants from £30,000 to £25,600 after Brexit.
Sajid Javid is considering a shake-up of pension tax breaks to help fund Boris Johnson’s spending plans, it has been reported.
Boris Johnson’s decision to give Huawei a role in the UK’s 5G network could put a post-Brexit trade deal with the US at risk, according to Mike Pence.
The Conservatives could preside over another "decade of disappointment" that will further their "neglect" of the North of England, John McDonnell has declared.
The Department for International Development have pledged a new £5m fund to help counter the spread of coronavirus in developing nations.
Sir Keir Starmer has once again cancelled a number of Labour leadership campaign events as his mother-in-law remains seriously ill in hospital.
A candidate to be Labour’s next deputy leader has hit out at party bosses after being told it will cost £5,000 to see details of those voting in the contest.
A Tory activist who said he would pay “crackheads” to beat up Yvette Cooper has been jailed for nine weeks.
Dame Karen Pierce has been appointed the UK's new ambassador to America, the Government has announced.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has vowed to "back workers in every dispute and strike" if chosen to be the next Labour leader.