Tory MP Johnny Mercer has launched a full-blooded attack on Theresa May's government, saying it "smells of decline".
British-Iranian mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is said to be in disbelief that Boris Johnson’s comments could “endanger her life,” and is "angry" after seeing footage of the Foreign Secretary's remarks about her.
Michel Barnier has said the European Commission is making preparations in case Brexit negotiations with the UK collapse.
Senior pro-Brexit figures today rallied around Boris Johnson after Jeremy Corbyn said he should be sacked for "damaging Britain".
A senior Labour figure has suggested Jeremy Corbyn was wrong to appear on Iranian state TV after it was suggested the party was being hypocritical in its condemnation of Boris Johnson.
Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has said he knew pornography had been found on Damian Green’s work computer during a 2008 investigation.
Michael Gove has said he does not know what British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was doing in Iran when she was arrested.
Some 40 Conservative MPs stand ready to sign a letter of no confidence in Theresa May in a major blow to the Prime Minister’s authority, it has been reported.
Jeremy Corbyn has demanded Theresa May sack Boris Johnson for “undermining” the UK and putting its citizens at risk.
Nigel Farage and other Brexiteer MEPs are due their share of a £6m payoff as Britain leaves the EU, it has been reported.
The Government is drawing up plans for a new environment watchdog to shore up wildlife and pollution protections after Brexit, Michael Gove has declared.
Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have been accused of launching a ‘soft coup’ against Theresa May after they wrote her a letter detailing a series of Brexit demands.
Tony Blair has paid tribute to the election campaign run by Jeremy Corbyn - but insisted that Labour should be 20 points ahead of Theresa May's embattled government in the opinion polls.
The Foreign Office is working on a package of measures to ease relations with Iran after Boris Johnson’s “slip of the tongue” and ahead of his visit to the country later this year.
Allies of Boris Johnson have warned the UK must not give in to demands for a bigger EU ‘divorce bill’ in the wake of Brussels new deadline.
John McDonnell will argue today that more than £37bn that has been paid to shareholders of privatised rail, telecoms, energy and water companies could and should have been invested in public services.
Lord Grade, chairman of the Fundraising Regulator, has threatened to ban charities from sending unsolicited gifts.
Philip Hammond is sounding out the implications of a Budget revamp of VAT for small firms that could raise up to £2bn a year for the Treasury.
Northern Ireland could avoid a hard border with the republic by continuing to apply the rules of the EU’s single market and customs union, according to the Irish prime minister.
Labour MP Kerry McCarthy has accused Kelvin Hopkins of inappropriate behaviour over a period of 20 years.
Carwyn Jones has asked for an independent inquiry to be held into the death of former Welsh minister Carl Sargeant.
Improbable as it may seem to modern-day Westminster-watchers, in 2004 the SNP were in a right old state.
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator has said the UK must clarify its position on the 'divorce bill' within two weeks for talks to move on to the future trading relationship by December.
Female journalists are to blame for the Westminster sexual harassment scandal, according to a veteran Tory MP.
Nicola Sturgeon has slammed her former boss, Alex Salmond, over his controversial decision to host a show on Kremlin-backed broadcaster Russia Today.
Charlie Elphicke has described the process which led to him being suspended from the Conservative party as “fundamentally wrong”.
Theresa May has pledged today she will enshrine the Brexit date in law, in a bid to stop MPs trying to “block” leaving the EU.
The Westminster sexual harassment scandal will not inflict as much damage as the expenses scandal because fewer people will be caught up in it, John Bercow has predicted.
Support for Theresa May has increased in recent days despite the chaos engulfing her government.
Labour "could bring down the Government at any time", Emily Thornberry has declared.
Philip Hammond should take National Insurance payments from pensioners to help struggling millennials, a leading thinktank has said.
Alex Salmond has been criticised after it emerged he is to host a weekly chat show on a controversial TV channel funded by the Russian government.
The UK could end up staying in the European Union if voters are presented with a "game-changing" reason to reject Brexit next summer, according to Gordon Brown.
Rachel Reeves has insisted she is not "ashamed" to count many Conservative MPs as her friends - in a direct rebuke to Labour colleague Laura Pidcock.
Carwyn Jones has insisted he did everything "by the book" in the circumstances which lead to the death of former Welsh minister Carl Sargeant.
Britain is free to change its mind about leaving the European Union right up until the end of March 2019, according to the peer who helped design the Article 50 process.