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Theresa May today channelled Aleksandr the Meerkat as she told MPs ending the uncertainty over Brexit was “simples”.
She's spent the last few months trying to convince her party to swallow her Brexit deal.
Brexit splits are not hard to find in the Labour and Conservative parties.
A Cabinet minister has given his advice on how to Lego at the end of a long-day running the country.
It is not unusual, during general elections, for candidates to visit each other's seats to knock on doors, hand out leaflets and drum up support.
After a tumultous few years in Westminster, we at PoliticsHome like to think we're ready for anything.
You know you’re in trouble when Ken Livingstone says you should be thrown out of a political party for being offensive.
Some men forget their wife's birthday, while others manage to misremember their wedding anniversary.
Mrs May tries to leverage the celtic-connection to win over the US President with a personal gift
That unusual sound you can hear is Theresa May laughing her head off.
In times of national emergency, a hero is required.
It has been dubbed 'Jezfest', a celebration of music and politics aiming to capitalise on the continuing popularity of Labour's leader.
Theresa May has already suffered one major speech background failure in her tenure as PM. Today she tried to better it.
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Jeremy Corbyn will have another go at spotting celebs like Ant and Dec when he appears on a special edition of Gogglebox.
MPs have enough of a job without being told their artistic works have been deemed "bottom gravy".
While she didn’t appear to see the funny side of it as the country looked on, it seems Theresa May was able to shake off the blues from the coughing fit that took over her speech.
Fresh from hammering Labour in Brighton, the Lobby XI ran out 2-1 winners - but were nearly left to rue a series of squandered chances.
In In a year to remember, this was a morning to forget for the Labour party.
Theresa May today used parliament's primetime period to reveal Tory backbencher Michael Fabricant will take part in a hit TV dating show.
The Labour backlash against Chris Williamson's suggestion that female-only train carriages could reduce the number of sex attacks has arrived at his front door.
SNP bigwig Alex Salmond today proudly announced that he has read a book.
It turns out Jeremy Corbyn wasn’t the only political figure to get leftie love from festival-goers this summer.
A major chunk of the Jacob Rees-Mogg brand has been blown apart by a teenager in a literal war of words.
Is Alex Salmond going on 'I'm A Celebrity'? Is Boris Johnson still in Australia? Are we really leaving the Single Market? If you know the answer to these - try our weekly quiz, but good luck, it's really hard this week.
Boris Johnson took another cultural risk today.
Oh, the perils of being Leader of the House of Commons.
What a difference a month makes.
George Osborne's historic affiliations with the Conservative party have not always been apparent since he stood down as an MP.
Since John Bercow’s announcement that male MPs do not have to wear ties in the Commons, the response has been mixed.
How closely were you following the Commons this week? Do you know every by-election result off the top of your head? If the answer is yes - try the hardest quiz in Westminster.
One is a super-wealthy superhero, idolised by millions of children, the saviour of his city... the other is Batman.
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Ed Miliband didn’t win the 2015 election - but he was a winner in the eyes of death metal fans today.
A surprise name was thrown in the mix of potential future Conservative leaders.