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Julian Smith has been sacked as Northern Ireland secretary despite brokering a deal to get the Stormont government back up and running just weeks ago.
Emily Thornberry has accused Labour leadership rival Rebecca Long-Bailey of staying silent in Shadow Cabinet meetings about the party's anti-semitism problem.
Labour peer Hilary Armstrong talks to Gary Connor about witnessing the loss of her former constituency to the Tories for the first time in its history
The Government must step in now and extend the coverage of its cladding replacement fund to all types of blocks that have been identified as unsafe
MPs are to be stripped of their role in vetting claims of bullying and sexual harassment against their own colleagues, Commons authorities have announced.
Northern Ireland could be left in a different time zone to rest of UK under plans being considered in Brussels, an influential group of peers have warned.
“The youth justice system should be there to rehabilitate offenders, but it is failing miserably – 76 % of children who serve custodial sentences go on to reoffend” writes Anne Longfield, Children's Commissioner for England
Lisa Nandy has vowed to take a "zero tolerance" approach to tackling anti-semitism if she becomes Labour leader.
A cliff-edge abolition of Section 21 could lead to rent hikes and the exclusion of tenants most in need
National Federation of Builders say ‘First Homes’ scheme will lower deposit and mortgage requirements.
Boris Johnson has been told to prioritise the fight against poverty instead of fixating on "eye-catching schemes" as a new report revealed that more than half of all those struggling to make ends meet now live in a family where someone works.
Scottish Finance Minister Derek Mackay has been suspended from the SNP pending an investigation into messages he sent to a 16-year-old boy, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
John Bercow said he would not rely on the word of a "f***ing clerk" who accused an MP of bullying and harassment, the Speaker's former top official has claimed.
The closure of over 3,000 banks across the country makes it more vital than ever to have free ATMs, particularly in rural communities, writes Lord Naseby.
The Government's troubled Universal Credit welfare overhaul has been delayed yet again - and now will not be fully up-and-running until 2024.
Child protection must be the Government’s first priority – and the Domestic Violence Bill is a crucial place to start, writes Baroness Benjamin
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has hit out at Donald Tusk over his supportive comments towards Scottish independence, branding them "un-European" and "irresponsible".
With a 15-year career in the European Parliament already under his belt, the SNP’s Alyn Smith has been tipped as a future party leader. Stirling’s new MP talks to Eleanor Langford about his journey to Westminster, independence – and his determination that Scotland will be heard
Nicola Sturgeon has admitted a second Scottish independence referendum may not take place this year.
Boris Johnson is accused of being “terrified of the Scottish people having their say” by Nicola Sturgeon as she makes a renewed independence push.
The time is long overdue to scrap the Vagrancy Act, which history has shown to be harmful and ineffective, writes Professor Nicholas Crowson, Professor of Contemporary British History and Dr Jennifer Cumming, Reader in Sport and Exercise Psychology from the University of Birmingham.
Despite pushing the problem out of sight here in Parliament, the problem hasn’t gone away, writes Layla Moran MP.
A first step the Government must now take to tackle homelessness is scrapping the Vagrancy Act and end the criminalisation of homeless people, writes Alex Cunningham MP.
Ministers have been warned that homelessness services are at “breaking point” as cash-strapped councils are forced to place more and more families in bed and breakfast accommodation.