A jump in the price of clothing due to the fall in the pound pushed inflation to its joint highest level in more than five years, official statistics revealed today.
Labour have demanded that major EU powers be handed straight to the devolved administrations after Brexit.
Labour MPs rebelled against Jeremy Corbyn as the Commons gave its backing to the Government's flagship Brexit bill.
Britain will continue to provide military and security assistance to the European Union after Brexit, the Government has insisted.
Labour bosses believe as many as 20 of their MPs could refuse to vote against the EU (Withdrawal) Bill in a major challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's authority.
Supporters of Jeremy Corbyn have won seats on a powerful committee overseeing the Labour conference agenda in a major boost for the party leader.
The Liberal Democrats are going “backwards” and face existential challenges that could get worse, Paddy Ashdown has said.
Independent Age Behind the Wheel guide launches to help older people
Boris Johnson was condemned today after insisting the Government would deliver on the promises made during the EU referendum campaign.
Dods People draws together a list of last week's appointments in Westminster politics, all the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector.
Labour members should have a say on the party's leadership candidates rather than it being left to just MPs, Len McCluskey has said.
Tory grandee Ken Clarke has said it is "silly" to suggest Jacob Rees-Mogg could become prime minister.
Tony Blair has claimed that an "unreconstructed leftist" Labour government after Brexit would be a disaster.
David Davis ‘pushed’ Theresa May into holding June’s early election despite her expressing concern over how the public would react, according to a new book.
Theresa May is reportedly weighing up a cut to student loan interest in a bit to win over younger voters to the Conservatives.
A Labour peer and former Cabinet minister has called for Jeremy Corbyn to be replaced as the party's leader.
English charities receive half the amount of cash per head their Scottish counterparts do, according to a report by the Big Lottery Fund.
The Prime Minister is “no Thatcher” as she is “very indecisive” and screwed up an election the Conservative party “should have walked”, according to a top Tory donor.
More than twice as many UK adults think young people will have a worse, rather than a better, standard of living than their parents, according to a poll.
Parliament's all up and running again as MPs took their Commons seats following a lengthy break. But how much do you remember from week one of the new term?
Theresa May will not discipline members of the Government accused of backing a letter calling on her to implement a hard Brexit.
Theresa May today took on claims made about her general election performance, declaring "I am not in the least robotic".
Ministers have been accused of a fresh power grab over the number of ministerial aides who have won seats on Commons committees.
A former Cabinet minister has suggested that members of the Government who backed a letter calling for a hard Brexit could face the sack.