The trusting, often intimate, relationship between Bill Clinton and Tony Blair, including their shared remorse over the death of the Princess of Wales, is revealed in transcripts of conversations between the two leaders, under a freedom of information request.
Jeremy Corbyn’s reshuffle appointing a record number of female shadow cabinet ministers has been criticised by Labour MP Jess Phillips as a “bit of a pat on the head” for women in the party.
Consensus is growing among pro- and anti-EU campaigners that the referendum on Britain’s membership of the bloc will not be held until September, amid signs that a deal on David Cameron’s reform proposals will be delayed until March.
Prime Minister David Cameron has left the door open to putting a new tax on sugary drinks, telling reporters this afternoon that he would not be "in the business of ruling things out" when it comes to tackling obesity.
Keith Vaz’s mysterious deletion of his social media accounts has sparked a frenzy of speculation, but the Labour MP has insisted he was merely refurbishing his profile page.
The Labour party has corrected Ken Livingstone, the co-chair of its defence review on Trident renewal, after he said the review would also look at whether the UK should leave Nato.
Jeremy Corbyn has likened his frontbench reshuffle to “a multidimensional game of chess”, speaking for the first time since completing the three-day reorganisation of his top team.
George Osborne has denied that David Cameron’s decision to allow government ministers to campaign for either side in the EU referendum represents a change of position.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has finalised his shadow cabinet after three shadow ministers resigned yesterday leaving spots on the front bench open.
The defence secretary, Michael Fallon, has accused the Labour party of being a threat to national security in light of the appointment of unilateralist MP Emily Thornberry as shadow defence secretary.
Angela Eagle, the former Labour leadership challenger, has launched her most direct attack on Jeremy Corbyn so far, saying his failure to deal with bigotry and intimidation has tarnished the party’s reputation.
A major Tory donor has requested not to be given a knighthood, amid an intensifying row over David Cameron’s honours list.
Angela Eagle’s local Labour party is in further turmoil over a formal complaint that alleges she was referred to as “Angie the dyke”, and that a member was threatened with being punched in the head at an official meeting.