Ruth Davidson has called on Theresa May to reconsider the Conservative target to cut net migration to below 100,000 per year.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended the SNP’s handling of former MP Michelle Thomson’s withdrawal from the party whip.
A Labour frontbencher and ally of Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the “shady” US for the current crisis in Venezuela, as he defended the socialist regime in the Latin American country.
The most disadvantaged children have fallen further behind their peers in the last ten years, a new report has found.
The Liberal Democrats have branded the Government’s efforts to stem the drug trade an “abject failure” after a record number of people died from substance abuse last year.
Labour has renewed its attack on the Government over “disgraceful” cancelled rail electrification projects.
The Government has unveiled a new bill to allow the UK to impose sanctions against people and regimes after Brexit.
Prison bosses have hit out at the Government for failing to address the “toxic” state of the country’s jails.
An ousted Conservative MP who complained about Theresa May not contacting him after his election defeat has been appointed chief of staff to Brexit Secretary David Davis.
Uncertainty about Brexit is damaging Britain’s economic growth, Philip Hammond has claimed.
Preparations have begun for a “substantial relocation” of financial services from London after Brexit, the International Monetary Fund has said.
Keir Starmer has turned down an offer to take up a second job at a leading London law firm.
Jeremy Corbyn is under more pressure to rethink his opposition to remaining in the single market after leading unions urged him to keep his options open over Brexit.
The Conservatives have accused Keir Starmer of hypocrisy after it emerged he was in talks about taking up a second job at a top law firm.
The Government wants to ban new-build houses in England being sold as leaseholds, Sajid Javid has announced.
Theresa May has added her voice to the chorus of condemnation of the “abuse and intimidation” of staff working at Great Ormond Street Hospital over the Charlie Gard case.
The Government could allow chlorine-washed chicken to be sold in the UK as part of a trade deal with the US.
Jeremy Corbyn’s stance on the single market has opened up a fresh rift in Labour with the Welsh First Minister insisting there is “no need” to leave the trading area as part of Brexit.
Economic growth in the UK is set to be weaker than forecast this year, the International Monetary Fund has predicted.
Government plans to bring forward an increase in the state pension age will cost 7.6 million people almost £10,000 on average.
A fresh split has opened up in Labour’s stance on Brexit after the Shadow International Trade Secretary said it would be a “disaster” to seek a customs union agreement with the EU.
The Equalities Secretary has said churches should reflect “modern attitudes” as they consider whether to change their stance on same-sex marriage.
Labour did not know before the election how much it would cost to cancel historic student debt, Jeremy Corbyn has revealed.
Vince Cable has revealed he is co-ordinating with members of the Shadow Cabinet and Conservative backbenchers about pushing back against the Labour and Government positions on Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn has shut down the prospect of Labour pushing for Britain to remain part of the single market after Brexit.
The last Ukip-majority council in the UK has gone to no overall control, after a defection to the Conservatives.
Tony Blair once defused a plan to deselect Jeremy Corbyn over his persistent rebellions against the Labour leadership, it has emerged.
Liam Fox has written to the BBC to complain formally about its coverage of the UK leaving the European Union.
A Conservative MP has described the current size of the Army as “laughable” as new figures revealed another fall in the number of military personnel.
Tom Watson has urged Karen Bradley to stand up to the "aggression" of Rupert Murdoch after the Culture Secretary delayed a final decision on Fox’s planned takeover of Sky.
Theresa May is “likely” to remain Prime Minister for the rest of the parliament, Liam Fox has said, amid continuing speculation about her leadership.
Universities should be required to justify the “exceptional” salaries given to vice-chancellors, Jo Johnson will say today.
The Government spent £1.2m on legal costs in its bid to stop MPs voting to trigger Article 50, it has emerged.
David Cameron reportedly told Theresa May to “keep on going” when he met his successor at No 10 earlier this week.
The Westminster Government needs to “raise its game” and give more say to devolved administrations in the Brexit process, a committee of peers has said.
Labour will press the Government on its plans to increase tuition fees above £9,000 after being granted an emergency debate tomorrow afternoon.