A prominent Labour MP has hit out at allies of Jeremy Corbyn, accusing them of "holding a baseball bat" by threatening to deselect colleagues.
Jeremy Corbyn's alt-media acolytes have opened a new front in the battle to get "our boy J-Corbz" into Number 10.
Alex Salmond has hit out at the "deadwood press" over its reporting of the Scottish economy - and become the latest senior politician to accuse the BBC of bias.
The race to succeed Andrew Tyrie as chair of the Treasury Select Committee is hotly contested. Below the candidates make their case for taking on one of the most powerful roles in Parliament.
A top Labour boss has rowed back on threats that MPs hostile to Jeremy Corbyn could face deselection - just days after he said the party was “too broad a church”.
Theresa May has urged the authorities to dismiss vandalism fears and put up a statue of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.
Theresa May faced a fresh backlash over UK ties to Saudi Arabia as she vowed to crack down on the financing of terrorism.
Ministers have blocked plans for a statue of Margaret Thatcher to be erected outside parliament over fears it will be a target for vandals, it has been reported.
Labour has soared to an eight-point lead over the Conservatives since the general election, according to a new poll.
Retro-fitting sprinklers saves lives, saves homes and saves money, says Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott.
Andrea Leadsom is the “dimmest bulb” in Theresa May’s Cabinet, a former top ministerial aide has said.
A wealthy Conservative supporter has shelled out £160,000 for dinner with Theresa May - more than 10 times that offered for Boris Johnson.
Paddy Ashdown has accused Theresa May of betraying the traditions of the Conservative party by entering into a “discreditable and demeaning” deal with the DUP.
Wes Streeting has been among the Labour leaderships’ strongest critics. After the general election, he says Jeremy Corbyn deserves the respect of all wings of his party – but still has work to do to convince the public that he can make the final step into government
The Conservative position on tuition fees was thrown into doubt again today when a minister said the Government was considering how to respond to criticisms of the system.
Cross-party action is needed to ease the pain of funding health services – and it’s time to take ideas from everyone’s manifesto, says Sarah Wollaston. The Conservative MP talks to Sebastian Whale about her bid to be re-appointed as Health Select Committee chair
At the age of 74, Vince Cable is on the verge of securing the Liberal Democrat leadership. But the former business secretary insists he is signing up to be far more than a ‘caretaker’. He talks to Mark Leftly.
A close ally of Jeremy Corbyn has issued an open threat to parliamentary colleagues that they face being deselected by their local members unless they back their leader.
Attacks on the DUP following their pact with the Conservatives would not have been made against Muslims, one of the party's top MPs has claimed.
It is impossible for Britain to quit the EU single market but continue “frictionless” trade with the bloc, the top Brussels negotiator has said in a clear dig at Theresa May.
Boris Johnson has said he would like to be able to tweet like Donald Trump - but would never be allowed to by the Foreign Office.
The Government must take a central role to make sure future technological changes do not come at a “huge social cost”, Jeremy Corbyn will say today.
Sir John Chilcot has claimed Tony Blair was not “straight” with the British people about the case for invading Iraq.
Luciana Berger has been told by her local Labour party to apologise for criticising Jeremy Corbyn.