Labour officials have launched a formal investigation after allegations of unwanted sexual behaviour were made against a rising star of the party.
Britain will allow EU nationals who come to the UK before the 2019 to have their rights protected, a source close to the Brexit negotiations has told the Guardian.
A Brexit minister is facing allegations he accepted a mysterious donation from a group that bankrolled the campaign to leave the EU.
The Digital, Media, Culture and Sport committee (DCMS) has demanded chiefs at Twitter hand over a list of potential accounts run by Russian trolls that may have interfered in the UK’s democratic process.
Households face a massive hike in shopping bills in the UK crashes out of the EU without a deal, a think tank has warned.
Conservative MP Charlie Elphicke has been suspended by the party and reported to police over "serious allegations" against him.
Workers should be allowed to own and work robots rather than their bosses, the Labour leader will say.
A former spy chief has admitted MI5 used to spy on some of Jeremy Corbyn’s closest supporters, a former director-general said.
Anyone caught possessing corrosive liquid without a genuine reason will automatically face a six month prison sentence, according to proposals from the Home Office.
A cyber attack against MPs’ emails carried out last June was most likely caused by Iranian hackers, according to an assessment by British intelligence.
A serial peadophile who was behind an unsubstantiated claim that he was raped by Sir Edward Heath made the whole thing up, according to his family.
The British government failed to adhere to its own guidelines when it sent out a number of deportation letters to European nationals living in the UK, a Home Office minister admitted.
Theresa May will give a speech next week designed to quell the rebellion brewing against her, saying she will provide the “calm leadership” the UK needs.
There has been a change in tone in the talks between the Labour party and the EU as the Prime Minister fights off plots to end her leadership, it has emerged.
Savers may face a fresh round of pensions raid as tax relief offered by HMRC moves past the £50bn mark for the first time.
Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP is predicted to lose the MSPs needed to call a second independence referendum in the 2021 Holyrood elections, a poll has revealed.
The number of rough sleepers in Manchester will double unless sweeping changes to the benefit system are stopped, according to the city’s Mayor.
Senior Tories are reportedly calling on Theresa May to sack Boris Johnson and reshuffle her cabinet in order to regain authority over her government.
The UK needs to provide more clarity on key Brexit negotiating points, the French President has said.
Schools should teach pupils British values as some children are brought up in environments “actively hostile” to the UK, the head of the school inspectors department has said.
Nearly half the couples eligible for a marriage tax break have failed to make a claim, HMRC has revealed.
The UK’s credit rating has been downgraded again over fears about the state of public finances and Brexit fears, Moody’s has announced.
Factory orders driven by the food and drink sector have slowed down over the last month due to the rising cost of imports and Brexit uncertainty, the CBI has revealed.
Labour should not count on winning the next general election, despite the convincing dent they managed to put in the Conservative majority, a left-wing thinktank has warned.
Jacob Rees-Mogg is a deadbeat dad because he has failed to change a single nappy since his sixth child was born, Harriet Harman has said.
English charities receive half the amount of cash per head their Scottish counterparts do, according to a report by the Big Lottery Fund.
One in ten of the world’s pagers is now used by NHS staff as they grapple with a technology failure, it has been revealed.
The Prime Minister is “no Thatcher” as she is “very indecisive” and screwed up an election the Conservative party “should have walked”, according to a top Tory donor.
The Prime Minister should abandon Brexit talks now as she is “sleepwalking into a disaster”, according to Greece’s controversial former finance minister.
The European Union is dodging its legal responsibilities by not discussing the possibility of a trade deal with the UK, despite Britain’s exit from the bloc, the Foreign Secretary has said.
Solar panels will be installed across 800,000 social housing properties in England and Wales over the next five years in a bid to cut the cost of utilities for tenants, the Government has announced.
Vulnerable children are being failed by the “floppy left” who fail to speak out against groups of Asian men who have sexually exploited young white girls, according to a former frontbench Labour MP.
The evidence against Rupert Murdoch’s bid to buy all of Sky is growing after a litany of scandals in both America and the UK, according to the former Labour party leader.
The existing Conservative government will last a full five year term and make sure Brexit gets through Parliament, the Brexit Secretary has said.
The Metropolitan Police have paid Lord Bramall and Lady Brittan £100,000 after their poor handling of the investigation into child abuse in Parliament.
Labour’s party conference could be dominated by a pro-Remain group of members and MPs forcing Jeremy Corbyn’s team to take a softer approach to Brexit, it has emerged.