The Prime Minister has bought an oil painting of her signing the Article 50 letter that began the process of Britain leaving the European Union.
Ministers have dropped attempts to drop restricted recruitment practices in the civil service, according to the Times.
Labour is well ahead of the Conservative party when it comes to selecting candidates for the next general election.
British teenagers should take up Saturday jobs to learn about the world of work, according to the Work and Pensions Secretary.
The majority of Labour members believe accusations of antisemitism in the party are being exaggerated to damage Jeremy Corbyn.
The UK’s top police officer has said social media is a factor in the growing rate of UK knife crime.
Attempts by pro-European Tory MPs – with Labour support – to keep the UK in the EU customs union will fail, according to No 10 sources.
James Brokenshire, the former Northern Ireland Secretary, this week returned to work in Westminster just five weeks after an operation to remove the upper lobe of his right lung.
Tory attacks on Jeremy Corbyn over his meeting with a Czech communist spy have had very little impact on the Labour leaders polling.
European Council president Donald Tusk has said that the UK’s approach to Brexit negotiations appears to be based on “pure illusion”.
Rebel Labour MP Wes Streeting will today call on Jeremy Corbyn to firm the party’s stance on Europe and commit to staying in both the single market and customs union.
Eric Pickles heads a list of Tory grandees lined up to be offered peerages next week.
Donald Trump’s decision to cancel his proposed UK visit was for “personal reasons”, according to government officials.
Laura Pidcock, the Corbynite MP who declared she had “no intention of being friends” with any Tory MP, has been appointed Shadow Minister for Labour.
Ex-Prime Minister David Cameron has been appointed to lead a new investment initiative between the UK and China.
Striking a Brexit deal by March 2019 will be “dramatically difficult”, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has reportedly stunned colleagues by calling his Cabinet colleague Michael Gove a liar in a row over Brexit.
The future of local buses is a more bespoke, ‘Uber-style’, service, according to the Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
The Department for Exiting the EU has the worst record for responding to Freedom of Information Requests in Whitehall.
Anna Soubry, one of the Conservative MPs who rebelled to inflict the government’s first defeat over Brexit last week, has received messages saying she should be hanged for treason.
Theresa May will avoid another embarrassing Commons defeat by backing a compromise amendment allowing MPs to change the date of Brexit, also supported by pro-remain Conservatives.
Richard Ratcliffe has said he is “waiting on tenterhooks and biting his nails” as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson flies to Iran to try to release his wife Nazanin from prison.
Grammar schools are “contrary to the notion of the common good”, the Archbishop of Canterbury said yesterday.
The Labour party wants a close post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, Jeremy Corbyn said yesterday - as he came under pressure from Labour MPs to toughen his pro-EU stance.
Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said the UK could succeed even if no bespoke trade deal can be agreed with the European Union after Brexit.
Full negotiations on a post-Brexit trade deal between Britain and the European Union will only begin after March 2019, it has been claimed.
Theresa May – buoyed by finally making “sufficient progress” on Brexit – is to confront Cabinet Brexiteers over their vision for Britain’s departure from the EU.
Michael Gove has said the British people will be able to change Theresa May’s Brexit deal at the next general election.
The Foreign Office is working on a package of measures to ease relations with Iran after Boris Johnson’s “slip of the tongue” and ahead of his visit to the country later this year.
Allies of Boris Johnson have warned the UK must not give in to demands for a bigger EU ‘divorce bill’ in the wake of Brussels new deadline.
John McDonnell will argue today that more than £37bn that has been paid to shareholders of privatised rail, telecoms, energy and water companies could and should have been invested in public services.
Lord Grade, chairman of the Fundraising Regulator, has threatened to ban charities from sending unsolicited gifts.
Philip Hammond is sounding out the implications of a Budget revamp of VAT for small firms that could raise up to £2bn a year for the Treasury.
Northern Ireland could avoid a hard border with the republic by continuing to apply the rules of the EU’s single market and customs union, according to the Irish prime minister.
Nicola Sturgeon has called on Theresa May to show the government’s aims for the transition to Brexit with “absolute clarity”.
Chancellor Philip Hammond will face a tricky vote on Tuesday’s Finance Bill, as an amendment to close a tax loophole for foreign property owners is thought to have cross-party support.