Conservative MP Zac Goldsmith has come in for criticism for sharing a post from his brother on Twitter linking left-wing campaign group Momentum to one of the terrorists in the Barcelona attacks.
The Labour party is “working on the basis that the government could collapse at any time”, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused The Sun of “trying to run the Labour party” after the paper reported that Labour mayors Sadiq Khan and Andy Burnham will be “frozen out” of the party’s conference.
Liam Fox wants the power to bypass the Scottish and Welsh government when agreeing free trade deals after Brexit, according to a report.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is set to lay off 800 staff members in Jobcentre closures, union chiefs have said – more than initially expected.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said his party has “nothing to apologise for” after two of the party’s MPs came under scrutiny over election spending.
The Government has been forced to step in to ensure thousands of small business get the business rate relief payments they are due.
The prime minister of Malta has said he believes “Brexit will not happen”, as he called for Britain to hold a referendum over the terms of its leaving the EU.
The Labour party could stop Brexit by pledging to hold a second EU referendum, London mayor Sadiq Khan has said.
Ireland will not help Brexiteers design a hard border between itself and the rest of the UK, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
The next general election could effectively become a second EU referendum if Philip Hammond gets his way over a transition deal lasting up to three years, MPs have warned.
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has been accused of hiding details of the budgets and timescales for the delivery of HS2 after his department heavily redacted a report on the project.
Tory MPs fear that the party will not hand consumers a legal right to faster broadband despite a manifesto pledge to do so.
Jeremy Corbyn will visit two Conservative-held constituencies today to tell supporters that Theresa May heads a “zombie government”, marking his most aggressive campaigning step since the general election.
Theresa May is considering asking the Labour party to join a cross-party Brexit commission in a bid to cement a consensus on Britain’s demands for leaving the EU, a report has claimed.
Ministers will propose new restrictions on the sale and possession of corrosive substances in the next few days following a spate of acid attacks in London.
Tony Blair has said European Union leaders are willing to be flexible on freedom of movement of people to stop Britain leaving the bloc.
Theresa May’s enemies plan to challenge her leadership in the week after the Tory party conference, according to a report.
The powers that allow members of the public and the victims of crime to call convicted criminals back to court to have their sentence assessed are to be extended to cover more terrorist offences.
Conservative MPs are calling for the party’s chairman, Patrick McLoughlin, to step down in the wake of the “terrible” general election result.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has found himself at the centre of a sexism row for reportedly saying that driving a train is so easy that even a woman can do it.
Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire will be given priority for discretionary housing payments, the Government has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has been forced to apologise to Scottish farmers over delayed payments of EU subsidies.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to “force an early general election” after saying it is “ludicrous” to think that Theresa May’s minority government could hold on to power.”
Sixteen-year-olds should be paid a minimum wage of £10, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said.
The Labour party felt like “a Dignitas waiting room” before the general election, Harriet Harman has said.
MPs are planning to form a cross-party alliance to block any proposals for a ‘hard’ Brexit, according to a new report.
Broadcasters should be “patriotic” about Brexit, Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom has said after being challenged on the Government’s plans for leaving the European Union.