Emily Thornberry has accused Chuka Umunna of “virtue-signalling” for forcing a Commons vote calling for UK to remain part of the single market.
Theresa May has held talks with DUP leader Arlene Foster and Sinn Fein’s Michelle O'Neill as the UK Government steps up the pressure for a deal on a Northern Irish power-sharing executive.
The Conservatives cannot “keep calm and carry on” after losing seats in the general election, Damian Green has said.
John Bercow has told male MPs that they are no longer required to wear ties in the House of Commons.
The Government has hinted at a concession to allow Northern Irish women to access free abortions on the NHS in England.
A key minister in David Cameron’s government has called on Theresa May and Philip Hammond to increase taxes to fund higher spending on public services.
One of the architects of the introduction of tuition fees has predicted both major political parties will support their abolition by the time of the next election.
Philip Hammond has taken a swipe at Boris Johnson in a speech in Germany.
Nicola Sturgeon has ditched her plan for a snap referendum on Scottish independence – just three months after demanding it be held by spring 2019.
The Government has confirmed that its plan to abolish the Serious Fraud Office has been shelved for the foreseeable future.
A senior SNP MP has hinted at a twenty-year timeframe for Scotland to become independent, as Nicola Sturgeon prepares to make a statement on her plans for another referendum.
Theresa May has revealed talks are underway for her to become the first Conservative prime minister since Margaret Thatcher to address the European Parliament.
Who gets what out of the DUP's deal with the Conservative government?
The full statement from DUP leader Arlene Foster after signing a confidence-and-supply deal with the Conservatives.
A top Conservative minister has said Labour should not challenge Theresa May’s goals for Brexit, and argued the job of the Opposition is to support the Government throughout the negotiations.
David Davis has warned Conservative MPs unhappy with Theresa May that any effort to replace her could damage the UK’s negotiating hand with the European Union.
Nicola Sturgeon will this week scrap the SNP’s plans for a second Scottish independence referendum to take place within the next two years, according to a newspaper report today.
A commemorative plaque has been installed in the House of Commons to mark the death of former Labour MP Jo Cox, a year after her murder.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has added his voice to calls for the Government to reach out to other political parties to arrive at a common position on Brexit.
Around 600 other high-rise tower blocks may have similar cladding to that installed at Grenfell Tower, it has been revealed.
Theresa May today apologised to victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy as she admitted the initial support on the ground was “not good enough”.
Philip Hammond today said the Conservatives need to win over a public “weary” of austerity to the cause of fiscal conservatism.
Mark Carney has warned the Bank of England will not be able to prevent the damage to household incomes as Britain adjusts to life outside the European Union.
The Government will introduce legislation allowing satellites and scientific missions to be launched from UK spaceports for the first time.
Peter Mandelson has offered to serve on any cross-party commission to advise on Brexit – and backed former prime minister Sir John Major to chair the group.
Unions representing over a million NHS employees have come together to urge the Government to scrap the 1% cap on pay rises for health workers.
Theresa May has confirmed that police are investigating a “potential terror attack” after a van ploughed into a group of pedestrians in north London, killing one person and injuring several more.
Jeremy Corbyn has stepped up his criticism of Theresa May over Grenfell Tower by claiming some people care about the tragedy “to a deeper extent” than others.
Philip Hammond has said his priority for the Brexit negotiations is avoiding a “cliff edge” in March 2019, as he declared single market and customs union membership were off the table.
Diane Abbott has returned to her role as Shadow Home Secretary, Jeremy Corbyn confirmed today.
There will be no Queen’s Speech next year after the Government announced plans for a rare two-year parliament.
Theresa May has admitted the initial support offered to families affected by the Grenfell Tower tragedy was “not good enough”.
Graham Brady, the chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbenchers, has been appointed the new editor of The House magazine.
Ministers will no longer get sight of official statistics before they are released to the public.
Jeremy Corbyn is now viewed significantly more favourably by the public than Theresa May, after a dramatic turnaround in perceptions of the two leaders since the snap election was called.
Theresa May lost her Commons majority despite the Tories receiving almost £8m more than Labour in large donations.