The Government has risked the ire of Tory eurosceptics by proposing an indefinite Brexit implementation period.
The BBC should limit stars' pay to the Prime Minister's salary of £150,000, the new Culture Secretary has declared.
Theresa May left the Queen in a "humiliating" position by offering Donald Trump a state visit to the UK, Emily Thornberry has claimed.
Theresa May has sacked Damian Green after a probe found he lied about porn being found on his Commons computer.
David Davis today admitted the Government has made no assessment of the impact of Brexit on the UK economy.
Labour have torn into Philip Hammond after he said "there are no unemployed people" in the UK.
Philip Hammond has hinted he could use Wednesday's Budget to try to revive the flagging North Sea oil industry.
Scotland is set to become the first country in the world to introduce minimum alcohol pricing after a landmark legal victory.
Amber Rudd has called on US tech giants to do more to stop the "exponential" growth of online child exploitation.
News that Gavin Williamson is the new Defence Secretary certainly raised a few eyebrows in the Westminster village this morning.
Trade minister Mark Garnier is also facing a Cabinet Office investigation over a report that he asked his PA to buy him sex toys.
A key advisor to Michel Barnier has said the European Union is preparing for a ‘no deal’ Brexit scenario.
Failures in the youth criminal record system are hampering young people in getting on with their lives, a damning report from MPs has said.
Britain's biggest business organisations are calling on the Government to urgently guarantee a Brexit transition deal.
Theresa May is reportedly delaying a Cabinet debate on a future EU-UK trade deal because she is worried it will spark resignations.
Jeremy Corbyn must reach out to centrists and older voters to secure a working Commons majority, Peter Mandelson claimed today.
Reversing Brexit would have a “significant” and “positive” impact on the British economy, according to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Last year saw a record surge in hate crime, with a spike in incidents during the EU referendum campaign and after terror attacks.
Boris Johnson has hit out after newspaper reports suggested he would refuse to move if Theresa May reshuffles her Cabinet.
The Government will "prove the doomsayers wrong" and achieve a successful withdrawal from the EU, Theresa May will say today.
Theresa May has reportedly been forced to delay a key trade trip to China because it would have collapsed with Donald Trump's visit.
Theresa May has insisted she is providing “calm leadership” with the backing of her Cabinet after claims of a plot to topple her engulfed Westminster.
Amber Rudd has enlisted election guru Lynton Crosby to help her defend her Hastings and Rye seat from a Labour challenge.
Philip Hammond has launched a full-throttle attack on Labour, calling the party leadership "dinosaurs" who are "preying on the fears" of the British electorate.
Philip Hammond has hit out at Boris Johnson and warned he could face be fired after his repeated attempts to undermine Theresa May.
The NHS risks a repeat of the Mid-Staffordshire hospital scandal due to a "moral vacuum" in the nursing profession, a damning new report has warned.
Diane Abbott has urged Labour supporters not to engage in online abuse of BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg.
Labour's Northern Ireland spokesman has said the province should remain part of the EU even after the rest of the UK leaves the bloc.
A Labour government would tackle spiralling consumer debt by capping credit card interest payments, John McDonnell will announce today.
The former minister in charge of the civil service has lashed out at Whitehall officials, accusing them of misleading ministers and questioning their ability to implement Brexit.
Staff taking time off mean maternity units are more likely close on weekends and during school holidays, new analysis published today suggests.
Vince Cable has written to Theresa May asking her to publish evidence about immigration he claims she suppressed when she was Home Secretary.
Theresa May today took on claims made about her general election performance, declaring "I am not in the least robotic".
Nurses in England and Wales could go on strike if the Government does not move to increase public sector pay, the Royal College of Nursing has warned.
The UK is ready to pay around £1bn to remain part of the European Union's science and research fund, Horizon 2020.
The Bank of England is not likely to raise interest rates until 2019, according to a survey of leading economists.