Angry Conservative MPs have lashed out at Theresa May over her response to a proposed shakeup over health and social care planning.
Ukip’s ruling body has unanimously passed a vote of no confidence in the party's beleaguered leader, Henry Bolton.
French President Emmanuel Macron today admitted France would "probably" have voted to quit the EU if offered the chance in a referendum.
Boris Johnson has renewed calls for Donald Trump to visit the UK amid claims the US president is going cold on his offer for a trade deal after Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn is under pressure to clarify Labour's position on Brexit as a new poll reveals overwhelming support for remaining in the single market among the party's voters.
Britain is on the verge of “no longer being taken seriously” by other global powers because “defence has been cut to the bone,” a former armed forces minister has warned.
Boris Johnson has urged Theresa May to outflank Labour by committing to spend an extra £100m a week on the NHS after Brexit.
The Chancellor has indicated he is “sympathetic to looking carefully” at laws that tax donations given to referendum campaigns, it has emerged.
Owners of energy inefficient homes could be forced to install green measures by the Government, if ministers take the advice of a select committee.
Brexit can still be stopped if the British people have a change of heart, according to two key EU figures.
One in four very-low income households are struggling to pay bills or debt, with 10% spending more than a quarter of their salary on credit card repayments, a report has found.
Scotland’s First Minister has accused Jeremy Corbyn of deliberately misleading voters over UK membership of the single market after Brexit.
Nigel Farage has reportedly been docked half of his monthly MEP salary after a European Parliament investigation found he had misused public funds.
Former shadow minister Chris Williamson has claimed Jeremy Corbyn is the "best leader" Labour has ever had, including Clement Attlee.
Landlords are still wary of renting to tenants receiving Universal Credit despite government attempts to make sure they get their rent, the Residential Landlords Association (RLA) has said.
Theresa May maybe forced to hold off on a suspected promotion for the Health Secretary as the NHS struggles to cope with the demands of winter, according to a national newspaper.
A former Conservative and UKIP MP has been handed a six month suspended sentence after he was found guilty of election fraud.
The main campaign to leave the EU is facing fresh allegations that it broke spending rules in the run up to 2016’s referendum, it has emerged.
Councils are powerless to stop pupils from being educated in rogue faith schools with 1000 boys attending unregistered schools in one London borough alone, according to a report from Hackney Council.
A spending review into national security and defence is likely to be part suspended after the Defence Secretary argued future cuts had the potential to further impact the UK’s dwindling troop numbers.
HMRC has been accused of singling out wealthy donors who backed Brexit and donated to leave campaigns, a national newspaper has revealed.
The Prime Minister has refused to rule out another run at the top job in 2022 after she recovers from her worst year in British politics
The Government is considering introducing the UK’s first pay-per-mile system for drivers in a bid to cut emissions and traffic.
The Conservative party has cleared both Stephen Crabb and Chris Pincher of allegations of sexual harassment, after they were referred to party chiefs during the Westminter sex scandal.
Theresa May has given her backing to a review of procedures around rape cases following the collapse of two trials this week.
A charity which looks after the victims of domestic abuse has warned that “vital opportunities” to save lives are being missed because specially trained staff are not working in hospitals.
A senior Tory MP has accused former detectives investigating the contents of Damian Green's parliamentary computer of acting like part of a "police state".
The Government wants to stay in the EU’s air safety body despite it being overseen by the European Court of Justice, it has emerged.
Border staff are being “over-zealous” in their questioning of parents travelling with children who do not share their surname, a Labour MP has said.
A former Tory MP has been found guilty of tricking voters into signing nomination papers for UKIP candidates, when they believed they were backing the Conservatives.
High profile backbench MP Jacob Rees-Mogg met with a controversial former advisor of President Trump’s to discuss how conservative movements can flourish in the UK, a national newspaper has revealed.
Ninety MPs have signed a letter calling for a cross party convention to be brought in to sustain the NHS and social care in the face of growing debts and demand.
Britain is expected to pay off a historical debt in the coming days, according to Iran’s envoy to London.
Councils across England and Wales to spend more than £1bn on commercial property this year, even though the number of homeless households has risen to 50,000 in 2017.
The former leader of Scottish Labour Party is to appear on IT’V’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, much to the chagrin of her Holyrood colleagues.
A strong supporter of Jeremy Corbyn is expected to win the race to replace Kezia Dugdale for the leadership of Scottish Labour, it has emerged.