Steve Baker has revealed that he wants to be International Trade Secretary as Boris Johnson plans a major Cabinet reshuffle.
The re-appointment of Nicky Morgan to Boris Johnson’s Cabinet raised eyebrows when it was announced in the days after the general election. Recently ennobled, the former MP still plans to “step back” from frontline politics – but insists she is not just keeping the seat warm for her successor. The Culture Secretary speaks to Sebastian Whale
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Labour must do more than apologise for the "harm" and "distress" it has brought to the Jewish community in Britain, one of the party’s backbenchers has said.
Electing a new Speaker, a Queen’s Speech, backing Brexit and finding her feet around the Palace of Westminster, Theo Clarke has had a whirlwind start to her parliamentary career
Dods People draws together a list of appointments in Westminster politics, the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector in the last week.
The estranged wife of an ex-Tory minister who quit following a sexting scandal has replaced him as the party’s candidate for his seat.
Senior Labour figures have paid tribute to former Cabinet minister Frank Dobson, who has died aged 79.
Nigel Farage has announced that the Brexit Party will no longer contest seats held by the Conservatives at next month’s election.
Local Labour members have called on the party to drop a candidate who shared an image of Theresa May with a gun pointing at her head.
Dawn Butler has announced that she will run to succeed Tom Watson as deputy leader of the Labour party.
John McDonnell has accused Ian Austin of “speaking on behalf of the Tories” after the former Labour MP branded Jeremy Corbyn "completely unfit" to be Prime Minister.
Jeremy Corbyn has mounted a fresh attack on Jacob Rees-Mogg over his “shameful” suggestion that Grenfell Tower residents lacked "common sense".
Philip Hammond has announced that he will not stand at the general election after being stripped of the Conservative whip.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle has won the race to take over from John Bercow as Speaker of the House of Commons.
Diane Abbott has urged Keith Vaz to rule out standing at the general election after a probe found the Labour MP offered to buy cocaine for male escorts.
Downing Street has denied claims by Amber Rudd that Boris Johnson asked her to stand again for the Tories in a row over removing the party whip from her.
Tory backbenchers have been criticised after they were accused of “jeering” Jeremy Corbyn over a tie he wore in honour of victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Philip Hammond has said he is "agonising" over whether he wants the Conservative Party to win the next general election.