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Alain Tolhurst is Chief Reporter at PoliticsHome. Working out of the House of Commons, he reports on Brexit, the economy, business, digital infrastructure and the media
Labour’s Kate Osborne has become the second MP to test positive for coronavirus as Parliament gets set to debate emergency legislation to help combat the outbreak.
Boris Johnson has moved to postpone May’s local elections for a year amid the coronavirus crisis.
Number 10 has insisted May’s local elections will go ahead in defiance of a call by the official watchdog to postpone them amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Labour bosses have been urged to close a loophole which saw a senior SNP politician given a vote in the party's leadership election.
The Chancellor will unveil a £2.5billion investment to fix 50 million potholes over the next five years in the Budget.
On Wednesday lunchtime Rishi Sunak will deliver his fist Budget as Chancellor - less than a month into the job and facing a backdrop of the ongoing coronavirus crisis. Here's what to look out for.
Rebecca Long-Bailey has said she would let Luciana Berger re-join Labour if she becomes party leader.
Labour has urged the Boris Johnson to "get a grip” to stop the coronavirus outbreak hitting small businesses.
Talk of cancelling major sporting fixtures in the UK due to coronavirus is “very premature”, according to Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.
Boris Johnson was heckled with cries of “traitor” as he finally visited areas hit by flooding.
The Budget is set to include a record £5billion investment to roll out the next generation of broadband in the most difficult to reach areas.
Rishi Sunak has heavily hinted the Government will ditch its own fiscal rules in this week’s Budget after repeatedly refusing to say he will stick to them.
John McDonnell has called for shorter Labour leadership elections in the future, describing the current contest as a “bit interminable”.
Layla Moran has announced she is running to be the new leader of the Liberal Democrats with a vow to “move the party on from the last decade”.
A new poll has suggested there is public support for a “mansion tax” on properties worth more than £1million to help fund public spending.