Cuts to the police budget are exposing the public to risks from terrorism and paedophiles, a leaked document has revealed.
Victims of domestic violence will be allowed to skip the queue for long-term social housing, under government plans.
The Government is reportedly preparing for a major U-turn on the controversial Universal Credit system at the Budget next month.
A legal loophole allowing separated parents to dodge child maintenance payments will be closed within months, the Government has announced.
Ministers are set to clamp down on problem gambling this week by dramatically reducing the maximum stake on high street betting machines.
Ministers are on course for a row with Tory backbenchers after deciding to lift the 12-year ban on prisoners voting.
Theresa May is under fresh pressure after it emerged she is given weekly updates on the sexual indiscretions of Conservative MPs - including senior ministers.
A government minister made his female personal assistant buy sex toys while he waited for her outside, it has been claimed.
Michael Gove has been forced to apologise after a joke he made about disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sparked fury.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on Theresa May to show the government’s aims for the transition to Brexit with “absolute clarity”.
Chancellor Philip Hammond will face a tricky vote on Tuesday’s Finance Bill, as an amendment to close a tax loophole for foreign property owners is thought to have cross-party support.
The Prime Minister has called on more companies to report their gender pay gap and act to close it.
Spain’s central government last night dissolved the Catalan parliament and called snap local elections, in response to the region’s declaration of independence.
Jeremy Corbyn will today condemn a “warped and degrading culture” that allows sexual harassment, including at Westminster.
Labour has slammed the Government after it emerged the NHS has fallen further away from meeting a flu jab ambition for pensioners.
A Brexit Minister has quit her post after just five months because of injuries sustained from falling out of a helicopter.
Theresa May today said reports of sexual harassment by MPs are “deeply concerning” and has urged victims to go to the police.
The head of the Civil Service Jeremy Heywood has revealed he was diagnosed with cancer in June.
North Korea was most likely behind the cyber-attack that hit the NHS earlier this year, a Home Office minister has declared.
A Conservative MP waved goodbye to his dream of refereeing at the World Cup today as he vowed not to officiate while parliament is sitting.
The alleged leader of banned far-right group National Action has been charged with encouragement to commit murder in connection with an apparent plot to kill a Labour MP.
Just 10% of the UK public thinks leaving the EU without a trade deal would be a ‘good thing’, according to the latest YouGov poll.
Jeremy Corbyn is among more than 100 MPs calling on the Government to introduce “buffer zones” to protect women from abusive protestors outside abortion clinics.
The NHS must urgently heed warnings of threats to its computer systems or face an even larger cyberattack than the ‘WannaCry’ breach in May, the Government’s spending watchdog has warned.
Labour “owes it to the country” to “flesh out” its vision for the UK’s future relationship with the European Union, a member of the party’s Shadow Brexit team has said.
The number of Lords each political party can appoint will be tied to their general election performances in a major shake up of the peerage system, it has been reported.
Boris Johnson told EU citizens living in the UK their rights will be protected “whatever happens” after Brexit, it has emerged.
A key advisor to Michel Barnier has said the European Union is preparing for a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario.
The Tory chair of a powerful Commons committee has said Britain must put values above "raw economics" in foreign policy, as the row over arms sales to Saudi Arabia continues to escalate.
Failures in the youth criminal record system are hampering young people in getting on with their lives, a damning report from MPs has said.
The Government sparked fury today after it said it could take three months to formally respond to symbolic defeats in the House of Commons.
MPs will begin debating the committee stage of the EU withdrawal bill on 14 November, after parliament returns from recess, the Government has confirmed.
Keir Starmer today demanded a “cast iron guarantee” that parliament will get a vote on the final Brexit deal before the UK quits the EU.
The European Union is drawing up plans to offer Theresa May a post-Brexit transition period of just 20 months, it has been reported.
Theresa May is on the verge of offering a job to the former head of the Vote Leave campaign in a bid to revitalise the her party’s fortunes.
A report by the Work and Pensions committee has piled pressure on Theresa May to bring down the six-week waiting time for new Universal Credit claimants.