The embattled Scottish MP Natalie McGarry is at the centre of another controversy after she accused JK Rowling of bullying, prompting the Harry Potter author to threaten legal proceedings.
Hilary Benn has ruled out running for Labour leader in the wake of his dramatic speech on Syria and spoken of his regret at people using his father’s memory to attack his position in favour of airstrikes.
Britain and Europe are moving towards a breakthrough in David Cameron’s quest to deny EU citizens working in Britain tax credits and other benefits for up to four years.
Tony Blair has been challenged by a Commons select committee to explain why he allegedly failed to ask for compensation from Muammar Gaddafi for the victims of Libyan-supplied IRA weapons.
Cuts to legal aid fees for duty criminal solicitors who represent suspects in police stations and magistrates courts, are to be suspended, Michael Gove, the justice secretary, has announced in the department’s latest policy U-turn.
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have called for Scotland’s income tax rates to rise across the board by a penny as the party attempts to kickstart its ailing Holyrood election campaign.
Downing Street has dismissed a claim by Labour’s London mayoral candidate, Sadiq Khan, that the prime minister called Londoners rats.
David Cameron has scrapped a visit to Denmark and Sweden as he tries to inject fresh momentum into his EU negotiations with unscheduled talks with the European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker in Brussels.
Neil Kinnock has suggested that Jeremy Corbyn will need to consider his future if he fails to connect with the wider electorate “after a reasonable space of time”.
Last week, we asked Labour supporters attending Jeremy Corbyn’s rallies and speeches how they felt as the leadership election unfolded.
Labour’s civil war entered a bitter new phase with Jeremy Corbyn and his deputy Tom Watson locked in a public spat about whether the party risks being taken over by hard left activists driven out in the 1980s.
Theresa May has held her first telephone call with the Russian president, Vladimir Putin, and the two leaders could meet face-to-face in China next month, Downing Street has confirmed.