Government plans to enshrine the date of Britain’s exit from the European Union in law could result in “significant difficulties”, a cross-party group of MPs has warned.
Leo Varadkar has said he is willing to veto trade talks between the EU and Britain unless he gets written guarantees there will be no return to a hard border in Ireland.
Lloyd Blankfein, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs, has suggested Britain hold another referendum on whether to quit the European Union.
Alex Salmond has complained to Theresa May after a senior Downing Street figure urged him to "reconsider" his decision to host a chat show on Kremlin-funded TV channel Russia Today.
The SNP has suspended Mark McDonald, who recently resigned as a Scottish government minister after admitting “inappropriate” behaviour towards women, saying it has received “new information”.
Theresa May's policy chief warned her the Conservatives risked being seen as "soulless, technocratic managerial defenders of a divisive austerity Brexit", it has been revealed.
David Davis has warned European states not to "put politics before prosperity" in the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May "prioritised her own electoral survival" over the future of the Northern Ireland peace process when she agreed a pact between the Conservatives and the DUP, according to Michelle O'Neill.
Theresa May could ditch her plan to enshrine in law the date Britain leaves the European Union to avoid a humiliating Commons defeat, a Cabinet minister has signalled.
Parliament bosses have shelled out over £2m extra on protecting MPs following the murder of Jo Cox last year.
Downing Street has rejected suggestions that Britain is ready to settle a £450m debt to Iran to help free Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from prison.
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Ministers are preparing to take £70bn off the Government’s balance sheet in a bid to prompt housing associations to borrow money to invest in new homes.
MPs have said there is a “significant risk” that staff may be diverted from protecting borders to deal with a post-Brexit increase in customs activity.
Theresa May is reportedly set to offer the European Union an extra £20bn as part of Britain’s divorce bill from the bloc.
Ministers are reportedly preparing to settle a long standing £450m debt to Iran in a bid to have Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe freed from prison.
John McDonnell will today demand an “emergency Budget” for public services as he lays out Labour’s vision for the British economy.
A top Labour MP has been placed under investigation by the party over allegations he made inappropriate sexual advances towards women.
A Tory MP has piled more pressure on Philip Hammond ahead of next week's crunch Budget by calling on him to end austerity to help win back young voters, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Scottish Labour has suspended MSP Alex Rowley hours after he stood aside as interim leader following allegations of abuse.
Jeremy Corbyn would be "disastrous" for Northern Ireland because of his past support for the IRA, according to Arlene Foster.
Tory MP Anna Soubry has reported five threats against her to the police following the Daily Telegraph’s front page branding Conservative Brexit rebels “mutineers”.
Jeremy Corbyn has demanded the Government halts the roll-out of its flagship benefits reform as he claimed it was leading to “blanket threats of eviction”.
Ruth Davidson “hit the roof” after a Theresa May tweet appeared to suggest that Scotland had become independent.
Labour has called on the Government to “ratchet down tensions” with Russia and insisted there needs to be "more evidence" of the Kremlin interfering in Western democracies.
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David Cameron has turned down an invitation to appear on Alex Salmond's controversial new chat show, PoliticsHome can reveal.
The Government is preparing to row back on the controversial six-week wait faced by new Universal Credit claimants amid growing pressure from MPs, it has been reported.
Scotland is set to become the first country in the world to introduce minimum alcohol pricing after a landmark legal victory.
Alex Rowley dramatically quit as interim Scottish Labour leader today over an allegation he sent abusive messages to an ex-partner.
A former No 10 aide has denied claims he groped a top television producer in Downing St.
Iranian officials have handed the Foreign Office a number of multi-million pound demands in exchange for freeing Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, according to reports.
The newly appointed International Development Secretary has suggested her department should compete for money in the same way charities have to.
MPs have condemned a newspaper for branding Brexit rebels “mutineers”, with one minister saying the headline is an “attempt to divide” the Tories.
Major financial firms will still be able to shift staff in and out of the UK smoothly after Brexit, David Davis reassured the City last night.
Fake Twitter accounts based in Russia posted thousands of messages encouraging people to vote for Brexit ahead of the EU referendum last year, it has been claimed.