The Conservative party is "on death row" and facing "years in opposition" unless it makes sweeping changes to its message and party structures, according to Rob Halfon.
Jeremy Corbyn has declared Labour is "a government in waiting" as he called on his MPs to maintain the unity they showed during the general election.
A prominent Brexiteer who accused David Cameron of "polishing poo" over his EU renegotiation has been handed a plum job overseeing Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc.
Jeremy Corbyn mocked Theresa May to her face today and told her: "Labour is ready to provide strong and stable leadership in the national interest."
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to ditch her plans for a second independence referendum in the wake of last week's election result.
Former Prime Minister John Major has warned that the proposed Tory-DUP pact could wreck the Northern Ireland peace process.
George Osborne has urged Theresa May not to scrap his austerity agenda as senior Tories called for a rethink on public spending in the wake of the election.
Angry DUP MPs have hit out at the “bile, hate and venom” being directed at the party as it considers propping the Conservatives up as a minority government.
Michael Gove has said the Government must do more to make sure it has the “maximum possible consensus” on its plans for Brexit in light of last week’s election result.
Labour’s chief whip has said a number of Jeremy Corbyn’s former critics within the party have told him they have changed their mind about the leader.
Theresa May's new chief of staff has identified austerity and Brexit as key factors behind the Conservatives' general election losses.
Two ministers at the Brexit department have left their posts in Theresa May’s post-election reshuffle – just days before negotiations with the European Union are set to begin.
It was all contrition and unity at the 1922 Committee last night, but Tory MPs are biding their time for a new leader.
Theresa May has told Tory MPs she will get the party out of the "mess" she created by losing their Commons majority.
Nicola Sturgeon today claimed that Theresa May's plans for a hard Brexit were "dead in the water" as she demanded she be given a say on the impending negotiations with Brussels.
Labour has accused the Conservatives of presiding over “chaos and disruption” after it emerged the Queen's Speech could be delayed.
A former Conservative chairman today laid into the humiliating election campaign that cost Theresa May her majority.
David Davis has admitted Brexit talks could be delayed beyond 19 June, contradicting Theresa May's repeated claims the negotiations would start "11 days" after the general election.
Barry Gardiner has suggested that Labour could back the UK's continued membership of the single market after Brexit - a day after John McDonnell ruled it out.
A former boss of the official Vote Leave campaign has urged MPs not to backslide on delivering Brexit after last week's shock general election result.
Key parts of the Conservative election manifesto will be ditched after the party lost its Commons majority in the election, David Davis has admitted.
An SNP MP who lost his seat to Labour has criticised his party’s campaign for being “all over the shop”.
Theresa May has said the “wealth of talent and experience” appointed to the new Tory cabinet will deliver a successful Brexit and tackle key social issues.
Writing for PoliticsHome, Bassetlaw MP John Mann says all wings of the Labour party must now compromise in order to build on last week's general election gains.