Opposition from Tory backbenchers has forced Chancellor Philip Hammond to scrap plans to charge VAT on private school fees, it has been reported.
Two former cabinet secretaries have today criticised hard-Brexiteers in the Conservative Party for attacking civil servants.
Vince Cable will today tell anti-Brexit demonstrators that his generation is "betraying" the young over Brexit.
An unknown campaign has spent over £250,000 urging voters to lobby their MPs to "chuck Chequers", a report by a Parliamentary select committee claims.
The former Chair of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority has said that the system for assessing benefits has created a “hostile environment” for disabled people.
The Labour Party has accused Theresa May’s office of attempting to deny MPs a ‘meaningful vote’ on the final Brexit deal.
Britain and the EU are "not far" from agreeing a Brexit deal, Jean-Claude Juncker has claimed.
The Government is planning to woo Labour MPs in a bid to persuade them to defy Jeremy Corbyn and back its Brexit deal, it has been reported.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has reportedly told the Cabinet that millions of families could lose £200 per month under Universal Credit.
Theresa May’s Cabinet deal has provoked a backlash among several high profile Brexiteers, including backbench Conservative Eurosceptics.
Senior business leaders issued a cautious welcome to Theresa May’s Brexit deal, praising the Government for presenting a “united front”.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives has said that the Tories have ‘lost the trust of the crash generation.’
Boris Johnson is to lay a wreath commemorating the dead of the Falklands War in the first visit by a UK Foreign Secretary to Argentina in 25 years.
A tax on burning waste is being considered by the government as a way to increase plastic recycling.
Labour MP David Lammy has said that he is ‘appalled’ by the arrest of one of his constituents for a minor crime committed twenty years ago.
International trade minister Greg Hands has promised to protect the NHS from US attempts to force the service to pay more for prescription drugs.
Spain’s foreign minister Alfonso Dastis has said that he hopes to reach a deal with the UK on Gibraltar by the summer.
Aviation minister Baroness Sugg has announced plans to make the sector ‘greener’ by cutting down on plastic used on flights.
Michael Gallagher, the head of the Metropolitan police’s organised crime command, said that arrests were not enough to stop the killings in London.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn on Labour’s NEC tried to prevent disciplinary action being taken against party members, leaked minutes show.
UKIP has been branded “virtually dead” after fielding 75% fewer candidates in the May local elections.
The government has proposed introducing time limits to tackle social media addiction amongst children
The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for allegations of bullying by MPs to be subject to an independent investigation.
Former Durham general secretary David Hopper grew rich on compensation awarded to miners, an investigation by The Times claims.
Conservative MPs are calling for the Speaker of the House of Commons to step down following allegations that he bullied members of his own staff.
Education Secretary Damian Hinds will promise teachers that there will be no changes to primary tests, GCSEs or A-Levels for the next four years.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has accused Treasury civil servants of "fiddling the figures" to make the case against Brexit.
Senior Conservatives have warned that the party could be facing disaster in London local elections due to the Foreign Secretary’s Brexit stance.
International students could be excluded from UK immigration numbers, the Prime Minister has suggested.
The government plans to take a ruthless approach to tackle illegal cash and assets, the security minister has said.
The Prime Minister is to set out a plan to heal deep splits within cabinet and break the impasse over the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
A shortage of aprons in the NHS is forcing staff to waste time searching for suitable replacements, potentially putting patients at risk.
The Work and Pensions secretary has announced a major U-turn over disability payments.
The government will create a ‘rapid response’ team to combat fake news.
Downing Street and the White House have confirmed that the Prime Minister will meet with President Trump at the World Economic Forum in Davos next week.
Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington has suggested that Britain could rejoin the bloc, but only if it saw substantial reforms.