All jobs should be advertised as available for flexible working, and greater support should be given to fathers to play more of a role in child care, in a shake-up of culture and working practices to reduce pay gaps, the Equality and Human Rights Commission said today.
The Grenfell Tower public inquiry has published its terms of reference and officially begins work today.
David Davis’s former chief of staff has launched a scathing attack on the Brexit Secretary, accusing him of only working a three-day week and "leering" over Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott.
Theresa May will visit Tokyo at the end of the month in a bid to boost trade and security links between the UK and Japan.
Alex Salmond has been urged to apologise after he appeared to joke about having sex with leading female politicians – including Nicola Sturgeon.
A pro-Brexit campaign group has launched a bid to have Philip Hammond and Amber Rudd deselected as MPs.
Jeremy Corbyn has blasted Donald Trump for failing to condemn white supremacists after the violence which followed a far-right rally in Charlottesville.
A Conservative MP has said she will leave the party if Jacob Rees-Mogg becomes leader.
Five senior civil servants in the Department for Work and Pensions have received bonuses of up to £20,000 – leading a Labour MP to accuse the Government of giving a “reward for failure”.
Almost half of British voters want Theresa May to quit before the next general election, according to a new poll.
Brexit decisions are being “rushed through” in order to quash fears of a lack of action by the Government, according to civil servants and ministers.
Dods People draws together a list of last week's appointments in Westminster politics, all the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector.
A senior Ukip MEP has resigned as deputy whip in the European Parliament over party support for an anti-Islam campaigner.
Former minister Anna Soubry has become the highest profile Conservative to say she could join a new party over the Government’s stance on Brexit.
David Miliband has called for Parliament or the British people to have the opportunity to keep the UK inside the European Union at the end of the negotiation process.
Theresa May is preparing to apologise to Conservative members for the mistakes that led to the party’s general election losses, according to a report.
Jeremy Corbyn has said the Government “must not drag” Britain into taking military action against North Korea, at a time when tensions between the state and the US are ramping up.
Former Tony Blair advisor John McTernan has revealed he is a paid-up member of pro-Jeremy Corbyn group Momentum.
Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have united to declare that the UK will seek a transition deal with the EU but will not stay in the bloc "by the back door".
Anne Marie Waters has been selected as a candidate in the Ukip leadership race, despite making controversial remarks about Islam.
Labour has backed a campaign to make the taking of “upskirt” photographs a sexual offence in law.
It’s been a week of interventions from former aides, of Tony Blair revealing he was once a Marxist, of a former Chancellor insisting climate change is no biggie. How much do you remember?
Two serving Cabinet ministers are sympathetic about a plan to set up a new centrist political party in opposition to Brexit, according to the former Conservative aide who is driving the idea.
Damian Green has rejected Ruth Davidson’s call for the Conservatives to rethink their commitment to cut net migration to beneath 100,000 per year.