Public sector workers will receive a 5% boost to their pay packets from next year if Labour wins the general election.
The Conservatives have pledged to look at once again doubling the amount of time a person can spend in prison for assaulting emergency workers from one to two years.
Labour will embark upon the biggest council house building programme since the Second World War if it wins the election.
A Brexit Party MEP has quit over its "failures" to represent Leave voters and because it had allowed a candidate who posted homophobic views online to run for next month's general election.
Adults who murder children face being locked up for the rest of their lives under Conservative plans to shake up the criminal justice system.
Boris Johnson has abandoned plans for a further cut to corporation tax in a bid to raise more cash for the NHS.
The Liberal Democrats have vowed to spend billions of pounds on the “largest tree-planting programme” in Britain’s history if they form the next government.
Donald Trump will visit London to attend a major gathering of world leaders just days before the UK’s 12 December general election.
Jeremy Corbyn has ruled out an electoral pact with the "pro-austerity" Liberal Democrats.
As Labour's top team meets to sign off the party's 2019 election manifesto, PoliticsHome looks at the areas where reaching a consensus may not be so simple.
Labour has accused the Government of presiding over a “crisis” as NHS England revealed that A&E waiting times are at their worst on record.
The estranged wife of an ex-Tory minister who quit following a sexting scandal has replaced him as the party’s candidate for his seat.
Labour splits have burst into the open after John McDonnell dismissed Jonathan Ashworth’s claim that NHS workers will be excluded from the party's plans for a four-day working week.
Senior Labour figures have paid tribute to former Cabinet minister Frank Dobson, who has died aged 79.
A Cabinet minister has apologised following a row over a heavily-edited video produced by the Conservatives on Labour's Brexit policy.
Labour has pledged to guarantee voters the right to study for up to six years free of charge as part of a wider boost to adult education.
Hillary Clinton has condemned Boris Johnson’s “inexplicable” decision to block the release of a report into Russian interference in UK elections.
Nigel Farage has announced that the Brexit Party will no longer contest seats held by the Conservatives at next month’s election.
Local Labour members have called on the party to drop a candidate who shared an image of Theresa May with a gun pointing at her head.
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is “clear” that Jeremy Corbyn would allow another Scottish independence referendum to go ahead if he became Prime Minister.
Conservative ministers have announced plans to make it easier for doctors and nurses hoping to move to the UK to obtain visas if they win the election.
Dawn Butler has announced that she will run to succeed Tom Watson as deputy leader of the Labour party.
John McDonnell has accused Ian Austin of “speaking on behalf of the Tories” after the former Labour MP branded Jeremy Corbyn "completely unfit" to be Prime Minister.
Labour will pledge to hand local decision makers £150bn over the next Parliament as part of an “irreversible” power shift from London to the north of England.
Jeremy Corbyn has mounted a fresh attack on Jacob Rees-Mogg over his “shameful” suggestion that Grenfell Tower residents lacked "common sense".
The Liberal Democrats will raise income tax in order to fund a multi-billion pound spending boost for mental health services if it wins the general election.
Philip Hammond has announced that he will not stand at the general election after being stripped of the Conservative whip.
Boris Johnson has told ministers that they look “full of beans” in a final rallying cry to his Cabinet ahead of the general election campaign.
Young millennials are on course to pay more towards the UK state while receiving less in return than any other post-war generation, a major new study has found.
A Labour candidate in next month's general election has apologised after social media posts in which she said she would “celebrate” the deaths of Tony Blair and Benjamin Netanyahu resurfaced.
Sinn Féin will not contest three of Northern Ireland's seats at the general election in an effort to boost other pro-Remain candidates running against the DUP.
UK ministers have been urged to reconsider their opposition to drug consumption rooms in Scotland after the number deaths from substance abuse in the country reached an all-time high.
Fracking will be banned in the UK until there is "compelling" new evidence to quell safety fears over the process, the Government has said.
Boris Johnson has urged England’s rugby team to "bring the World Cup home" ahead of Saturday's tournament finale against South Africa.
Boris Johnson has ruled out a general election pact with Nigel Farage and insisted that his withdrawal agreement would deliver a “proper Brexit”.
Sajid Javid has condemned Spectator columnist Rod Liddle over an article in which he suggested holding elections at a time when Muslims are unable to vote.