A raft of Labour MPs tore into Jeremy Corbyn and his leadership team at a meeting in Parliament to discuss their disastrous election results.
Labour faces being replaced as the main opposition to the Conservatives if it tries to "whitewash" the causes of its shattering general election defeat, Tony Blair will warn.
While Boris Johnson was the big winner last week, Nicola Sturgeon will be equally pleased with her party’s election performance. The SNP’s success has put another referendum back on the agenda in a big way. But, as James Millar reports, a vote for the party does not necessarily herald a shift in favour of independence
Our institutions, their representatives and reputations have been bruised and battered in recent years. Does a new Parliament offer a chance for renewal? Whether it’s closing loopholes in electoral law or tackling bullying and harassment, Sebastian Whale and Georgina Bailey look at how MPs can get their House in order
Political campaigns have always had a casual relationship with the truth. The 2019 general election was no different. But given the changing landscape, caused in part by the rise of social media, did political parties cross a line this time around? Sebastian Whale reports on a campaign to forget.
A revised deal, an intransigent parliament and a leader who believed in Brexit – the most crucial moments of the general election took place before the contest officially began, writes Mark Wallace
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 vowed to deliver “closure” on Brexit so the UK can “let the healing begin” after sweeping to victory in the general election.
Government must redouble its efforts to make sure all industries and businesses are fully represented in planning for either a transition period or no deal, says NFB.
Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed he will not contest another election and formally kicking off the race to replace him as Labour leader. Here are the main contenders.
The 2019 General Election delivered a remarkable majority for Boris Johnson but along the way a host of big names lost their seats. Here is a rundown of the most high-profile casualties.
The new Conservative Government has a golden opportunity to sort out Brexit and set out its new vision for the UK, says FMB.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn have cast their votes in the election as the last poll of the campaign suggests the Tories still enjoy an 11-pont lead over Labour.
As the nation takes to polling stations across the UK for today’s General Election vote, could e-voting be an option in the future?
Boris Johnson has said the election result is on a "knife edge" as voters head to the polls for Britain's third general election in less than five years.
Boris Johnson's plan to agree a trade deal with Brussels by the end of next year is "unrealistic", according to Michel Barnier.
With less than 24 hours left until the polls open for the third general election in five years, PoliticsHome takes a look back at the key moments from the campaign.
With the two main party leaders at historically low levels of popularity, this election campaign has been dominated by calls for voters to deny either the Tories or Labour a majority.
Dominic Raab is one of the big names who could be unseated in Thursday’s election, according to new analysis by YouGov
Jeremy Corbyn and Boris Johnson are travelling across the UK in the final day of campaigning offering competing visions of the UK if they win Thursday’s election.
Former Labour peer Lord Sugar has called on voters to back the Conservatives at the general election.
Pro-EU campaign groups have united to condemn Labour and the Liberal Democrats for “failing” Remain voters and handing the Tories a Commons majority.
Boris Johnson is embarking on a blitz of Labour-held marginal seats in the final 72 hours of the election campaign as he tries to secure a Conservative majority.
John McDonnell has admitted he is "worried" that his party's handling of anti-semitism could play a role in costing them the election.