Kezia Dugdale has called for a snap general election to "get the Tories out of office".
Vince Cable has announced he will run to succeed Tim Farron as leader of the Liberal Democrats.
The DUP have been fined £4,000 for filing an ‘inaccurate’ spending return relating to the 2016 Northern Ireland Assembly elections.
The shock snap election result that left Theresa May grappling with the DUP to prop up her Government opened up a major question: What will the Northern Irish unionists be demanding? DUP expert Andrew McQuillan explains the party's mindset, what it may be asking for, and how it risks overplaying its hand.
Diane Abbott has said she is back to “fighting fitness” after taking a break from the frontbench to recover from an illness.
The US Commerce Secretary has mocked Jeremy Corbyn by saying he “can’t even imagine” what it would be like to negotiate with a government headed up by the Labour leader.
A united Britain is a force to be reckoned with and yet it often takes a tragedy to prompt us to unite and engage with each, reflects Louise Ward, Communications and Policy Director at the British Safety Council.
David Davis caved in to the EU's Brexit timetable today as talks on the UK quitting the bloc got underway.
Theresa May has said she is "getting on with the job" as speculation continues to mount about how long she will remain Prime Minister.
Rebecca Thompson FCIOB, a specialist in heritage conservation and lecturer in building studies, has become the 114th President of the Chartered Institute of Building, only the second female ever to hold that position.
Downing Street has rejected questions about Theresa May's future and insisted she will lead the country through its current problems.
Theresa May has promised to crack down on Islamophobia in the wake of the “sickening” attack outside a mosque in north London.
Theresa May has rejected Jeremy Corbyn's calls for "luxury" properties to be seized to help those left homeless by the Grenfell Tower fire.
A row has erupted after it emerged that a Tory MEP who failed in his bid to enter the Commons is to be made a peer and a minister.
TV star Piers Morgan tore into Michael Gove this morning over the Government’s response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Jenny Baskerville, social mobility lead for KPMG in the UK, has commented on the publication of the Social Mobility Barometer.
Liberal Democrat MP Jo Swinson last night ruled herself out of the race to be the party’s next leader despite being tipped to succeed Tim Farron.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has demanded transparency over the financial implications of any deals between the Conservatives and the DUP.
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.
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith has launched a bitter attack on colleagues plotting to oust Theresa May, telling them to get behind the Prime Minister and her government.
Diane Abbott has returned to her role as Shadow Home Secretary, Jeremy Corbyn confirmed today.
Philip Hammond has laid into his own party's ill-fated election campaign, arguing that there should have been much more focus on the economy.
There will be no Queen’s Speech next year after the Government announced plans for a rare two-year parliament.