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David Davis has warned that the UK's negotiations with the European Union will get more "turbulent" as he confirmed that any trade deal with the US will not come into force until the end of the Brexit transition phase.
One-off funding injections and accountancy changes meant NHS England’s underlying deficit last year was almost £3bn higher than the official estimate, new research has found.
The Government’s flagship plan to double the amount of free childcare for parents will overwhelmingly benefit richer families, thinktank analysis has found.
Theresa May has said she wants to lead the Conservatives into the next general election, declaring that she is “not a quitter”.
Theresa May today claimed credit - sort of - for figures which showed one of her justifications for clamping down on international students was rubbish.
Theresa May has denied that she overstated the problem of foreign students overstaying their visas.
Boris Johnson has joined the US and Japan in strongly condemning North Korea’s latest missile test.
Just a third of Conservative MPs were born, educated or recently lived in their constituency before entering the Commons, new thinktank research has revealed.
Businesses will be forced to reveal the pay ratio between chief executives and average workers for the first time, the Government has confirmed.
Vince Cable has accused Theresa May of watering down her planned crackdown on corporate excess.
A pro-Brexit Labour MP has raised the prospect of Nigel Farage returning to the political scene to urge Jeremy Corbyn not to soften the party’s stance on leaving the European Union.
Pro-Brexit Labour MPs have hit out over the party’s call to remain in the single market for several years the UK quits the European Union – and possibly permanently.
The SNP has mocked Jeremy Corbyn after he suggested it was “very problematic” to have different legal systems operating in the UK – despite that being the existing arrangement.
The British Chambers of Commerce and their German counterparts have made a joint appeal to the UK and EU Brexit negotiators to clear up some of the “great uncertainty” affecting businesses.
The Government has today launched a set of programmes to help people returning to the workforce after a career break.
Labour's well-documented problems working out a policy for Brexit are far from over.
A Labour MP has apologised after making a joke about paying for sexual services on Twitter.
Labour has accused the Government of “breaching public trust” by failing to release official statistics designed to improve transparency and accountability.
A security exercise found terrorists could break into Parliament and kill dozens of people within a matter of minutes.
Labour wants the UK to remain in the single market and customs union for the duration of a transition deal after Brexit, Keir Starmer has announced.
The UK Government has urged the European Union to be more “imaginative” and “flexible”, ahead of the next round of Brexit negotiations which get underway tomorrow.
Sarah Champion has hit out over the deselection of a Labour councillor who defended her comments about British-Pakistani men abusing white girls.
Police are investigating allegations about the Conservatives’ use of a call centre during the general election campaign.
Brexit could “end in disaster” for a British island in the Caribbean which relies on a neighbouring French territory for supplies, the Government has been warned.
George Osborne has launched another scathing attack on Theresa May, accusing her of using "false information" to justify a crackdown on the number of foreign students coming to the UK.
No, the Government did not say previously there were 100,000 student visa “overstayers” – it’s much worse than that.
Theresa May has come under fire after it emerged that her complaints about foreign students overstaying their visas applied to just a tiny proportion of arrivals.
New figures have confirmed a big increase in people choosing to leave the UK since the vote for Brexit last June.
Chris Grayling has told northern political leaders that it is their responsibility to produce plans for new transport networks across the country.
Theresa May has hailed a deal to sell red double-decker buses to Mexico as evidence that the UK is a “great, global trading nation”.
The Government has said it is on track to offer 200,000 households 30 hours of free childcare per week this autumn – despite technical difficulties delaying 2,600 applications.
A Commons committee will investigate the black hole in universities’ pension scheme, after the shortfall widened to £12.6bn in three years.
There is a “gulf” between the performance of England’s schools and the best in the world, a new analysis of GCSE outcomes has concluded.
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the Government for backing Donald Trump’s decision to commit the US to “fight and win” the war in Afghanistan.
The UK recorded its first July surplus since 2002 last month – but over borrowing remains higher than in the last financial year.
A senior Labour MP has accused Twitter of failing to act quickly enough on "vile" racist and sexist abuse by users of the website.