Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith has come in for criticism for sharing a post from his brother on Twitter linking left-wing campaign group Momentum to one of the terrorists in the Barcelona attacks.
The Labour party is “working on the basis that the government could collapse at any time”, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused The Sun of “trying to run the Labour party” after the paper reported that Labour mayors Sadiq Khan and Andy Burnham will be “frozen out” of the party’s conference.
Liam Fox wants the power to bypass the Scottish and Welsh government when agreeing free trade deals after Brexit, according to a report.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is set to lay off 800 staff members in Jobcentre closures, union chiefs have said – more than initially expected.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said his party has “nothing to apologise for” after two of the party’s MPs came under scrutiny over election spending.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she wishes the SNP had a different name to avoid raising “hugely problematic” associations with other nationalist movements across the world.
Test your knowledge of a week where MPs blasted the “bonkers” Big Ben bong silence; where the "Moggmentum" showed no signs of slowing down; and where ministers gave us an inkling of what they're after from post-Brexit Britain.
The UK stands “shoulder to shoulder” with Spain in dealing with the “perverted extremism” behind yesterday’s terrorist atrocities, Theresa May has said.
David Blunkett has condemned Jeremy Corbyn for sacking Sarah Champion after she said the UK has “a problem” with British-Pakistani men abusing vulnerable white girls.
The Government has completed the sale of the Green Investment Bank for £2.3bn.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn are set to win a major victory over Labour moderates in a key election, PoliticsHome has learned.
Shops and restaurants will be forced to shrink their products unless they can find another way to meet government guidelines to reduce obesity, a senior health official has said.
A Ukip leadership candidate has said he would reduce “unnecessary population” in the UK by paying British Indians to leave the country.
A second Liberal Democrat MP is facing questions over her election expenses after being accused of failing to declare thousands of pounds of spending.
Alex Salmond has batted away criticism of a joke he made about having sex with prominent female political figures, saying it was “harmless innuendo”.
Countries around the world must "step up to the plate" and start providing help for communities left devastated by a mudslide which has left hundreds dead in Sierra Leone, Priti Patel has said.
Britain will stand with Spain "against the evil of terrorism", Theresa May has declared in the wake of yesterday's deadly attack in Barcelona.
Liberal Democrat deputy leader Jo Swinson was today facing “serious questions” after thousands of pounds were omitted from her election expenses.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Theresa May of being more interested in protecting the Conservatives' reputation than delivering justice for the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Jeremy Corbyn has said Sarah Champion was wrong to "label a whole community” over child abuse crimes.
The former head of Ofsted has added his voice to the criticism of England’s university system, accusing higher education providers of prioritising employees’ pay over students’ prospects.
Britain is on course to face the worst decade for household incomes since the 1940s, according to Labour.
Jacob Rees-Mogg would be an “outstanding candidate” to be Prime Minister, according to Tory minister Jesse Norman.
William Hague has compared Brexit to taking “control of a gun” – and warned the Government not to “shoot its foot off” by failing to maintain close ties with the EU.
Jeremy Corbyn sacked Sarah Champion after she claimed Britain has "a problem" with British-Pakistani men raping vulnerable white girls, PoliticsHome has learned.
EU citizens will still be free to live in the UK after Brexit, according to plans reportedly being drawn up by the Home Office.
The next phase of Brexit talks may be delayed until Christmas, according to reports.
University fees are a “pointless Ponzi scheme”, the Prime Minister’s former chief of staff said as he called for a radical rethink on higher education.
The head of energy regulator Ofgem has said the Government must bring forward new legislation if it wants to cap household energy bills.
The Government has announced a new course for teenagers aimed at tackling the "devastating effect" of mental health problems.
Businesses and senior politicians have cast doubt on the Government's vow that Brexit will not mean a return to a hard border between the Republic and Northern Ireland.
Sarah Champion has resigned from Labour's frontbench over an article for The Sun in which she claimed Britain "has a problem" with Pakistani men raping white girls.
Jeremy Corbyn today backed silencing Big Ben for four years, saying it would not be a "national disaster" and the health of workers renovating the iconic clock “must come first”.
Parliamentary authorities have announced a review into the decision to silence Big Ben for four years, following an intervention from the Prime Minister.
Labour MPs have led fresh calls for Donald Trump's state visit to the UK to be cancelled after he drew equivalence between white supremacists and anti-fascist protesters.