Your guide to what's been moving on the morning politics shows
The Government has revealed the first 14 high streets across England to benefit from a £1billion fund to improve town centres.
It's been a busy year in British politics, and, as ever, Twitter provided MPs with an outlet. PoliticsHome rounds-up some of the more eye-catching political tweets of 2019.
The editor of Radio 4's Today programme has accused Downing Street of deploying "Trumpian" tactics after ministers were banned from appearing on the flagship morning show.
A Labour MP has called on the party to expel one of its members after they unleashed a “barrage of abusive and false tweets” in the wake of the election.
'Limits are good’: a new campaign to encourage safer gambling over the festive period
The BBC's coverage of the general election "played a part" in Labour's crushing defeat, according to one of the party's most senior MPs.
Boris Johnson has hinted that the BBC licence fee could be scrapped if the Conservatives win the general election.
The Conservative party has promised to invest £550m in grassroots football, as part of plans to a joint UK-Ireland bid to host the 2030 World Cup.
The Liberal Democrats are announcing they would re-introduce standing at top-flight football if they got into Government.
Channel 4 has been forced to apologise wrongly accusing Boris Johnson of saying he wanted to control the amount of "people of colour" entering the UK after Brexit.
Boris Johnson will not be interviewed by Andrew Neil before the general election, it has been confirmed.
Andrew Neil has hit out at Boris Johnson over his refusal to be interviewed by him ahead of the general election.
Watchdogs have cleared Channel 4 over Tory claims it had breached impartiality rules by replacing Boris Johnson with an ice sclupture after he refused to take part in a climate change debate.
Facebook has deleted a Conservative election advert after the BBC complained that the party used unauthorised footage of some of its most prominent journalists.
Boris Johnson appeared to suggest he was going to be interviewed by Andrew Neil after a row over his appearances on the BBC.
Channel 4 has been accused of "conspiring with Jeremy Corbyn" after the broadcaster put an ice sculpture in Boris Johnson's place during a TV debate on climate change.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "running scared" of a grilling by Andrew Neil by Labour.
Twitter has threatened to take "decisive action" against the Conservatives if they repeat a move to re-brand an official party account as “FactCheckUK”.
The Liberal Democrats and the SNP will mount legal challenges to ITV's "grossly unfair" election debates format at the High Court on Monday.
The Labour party has written to Ofcom to complain about Sky News branding its coverage of the upcoming vote as the “Brexit Election”.
Labour’s Deputy Leader is leaving Parliament, but his legacy is here to stay, writes Dr James Noyes, former advisor on gambling policy to Labour's Tom Watson.
A Cabinet minister has apologised following a row over a heavily-edited video produced by the Conservatives on Labour's Brexit policy.
The League Against Cruel Sports is urging all parties to adopt meaningful animal welfare policies as part of their manifestos, a common passion that can both entice and unite voters, writes Chief Executive, Andy Knott MBE.