Theresa May has admitted that she “shed a tear” when told that the election night exit poll showed the Conservatives would fail to win an overall majority.
As Leader of the Commons in a hung Parliament, Andrea Leadsom faces a huge task to build consensus for the government’s Brexit plans. She talks to Kevin Schofield about reaching out to the Opposition, her relationship with No.10 and why she remains firmly behind Theresa May
A Ukip activist hoping to seize the party crown last night branded the previous leadership team “incorrigible fascists” over their controversial policy on FGM, PoliticsHome can reveal.
As he gets to work leading for Labour on the biggest issue facing British politics for half a century, Keir Starmer tells Kevin Schofield how his party can block an ‘extreme Brexit’ and go on to win the next election – but only if its MPs remain united
Labour is ready to negotiate a Brexit “that works for both sides”, Jeremy Corbyn has declared ahead of a meeting with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
Theresa May’s plan for Brexit could “fall apart like a chocolate orange” if she fails to hold Government departments together through the process, the head of the National Audit Office has warned.
A senior Conservative MP has offered a damning assessment of his own party - branding it a “failing organisation” in need of reform.
Theresa May has said she wants to stay on as Prime Minister for "the next few years" in order to deliver Brexit.
Top Tory minister Damian Green was humiliated today after being slapped down by a government quango for fudging the announcement of a key fiscal report.
Diane Abbott has condemned the Government after it point blank refused to release a long-awaited report into funding for UK extremism that was expected to criticise Saudi Arabia.
What a difference a month makes.
The top Brexit negotiator in Brussels shot back at Boris Johnson today after the Foreign Secretary said the EU could “go whistle” if it wants a big financial settlement.
Labour have accused the Conservatives of sanctioning "vitriolic personal attacks" against them during the general election - as a Tory MP accuses Momentum of targeting his party's candidates.
George Osborne's historic affiliations with the Conservative party have not always been apparent since he stood down as an MP.
People voted Labour at the election to “shake up the system” rather than because they wanted Jeremy Corbyn to be Prime Minister, Conservative strategist Sir Lynton Crosby has said.
Donald Trump's state visit to the UK has been postponed until next year, it has been confirmed.
Trade union leaders have hit out at today’s review into employment practices for failing to shift the “balance of power” away from big companies and towards workers.
John McDonnell has urged Conservative MPs to back Labour’s plans to lift the pay cap on public sector workers, after Theresa May invited opposition parties to put forward policy ideas.
Theresa May has suspended a veteran Conservative MP who was recorded using a racist slur to describe a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Australia's Prime Minister has said his government wants to strike a trade deal with the UK "as quickly as possible" after Brexit - but not until after they have reached a similar agreement with the EU.
The Conservatives have been urged to dump a veteran backbencher who was recorded using a racist slur to describe a no-deal Brexit scenario.
Theresa May has called on Jeremy Corbyn to condemn the online abuse of MPs and election candidates by trolls on social media.
The boss of the Vote Leave campaign has hit out at government “morons” who argue the UK must quit an EU nuclear energy body after Brexit.
Controversial British weapons sales to Saudi Arabia are legal, the High Court ruled today after seeing secret evidence.