According to more than one member of Gibraltar’s business community, it felt “like someone had died”. The day after Britain’s Brexit vote, this outpost of Albion on Spain’s southern tip was in shock.
Theresa May has angered European leaders by telling her first EU summit that she expects Britain to be at the centre of European decision-making until Brexit takes place.
Conservative backbenchers, including the former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, are preparing to campaign against £3bn of planned cuts to in-work benefits, in a fresh sign of the pressure Theresa May faces from within her own party.
Michael Gove has become the latest senior Conservative to criticise the governor of the Bank of England, accusing Mark Carney of being intolerant of criticism and lacking in humility.
The London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has been judged the most influential Asian person in Britain, topping a list of 101 prominent people including the Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai, the Hinduja brothers and musician Zayn Malik.
It is “not in the national interest” for the government to reveal its Brexit plans before negotiations with the European Union, David Davis has told the Commons during his first interrogation by MPs as the minister in charge of the process.
David Cameron’s director of communications feared that the then prime minister would have to resign over the family revelations contained within the Panama Papers, according to his newly published book.
Theresa May has been given a stark warning from both Angela Merkel and Francois Hollande that Britain faces a “rough” and “hard” negotiation as she pursues a tough approach to Brexit negotiations including a clampdown on immigration.
Labour’s Tracy Brabin has been elected as MP for the constituency of Batley and Spen, succeeding Jo Cox, who was killed in her constituency a week before the EU referendum.
American reaction to Britain’s referendum on membership of the European Union was divided sharply along party lines on Friday.
There was a time when German political commentators loved to compare Angela Merkel to Margaret Thatcher.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged his supporters to campaign for jobs and the NHS once the current leadership battle is over.
Maurice Wojtowycz, whose father was Ukrainian, has been selling baked potatoes in Oldham town centre for the past 20 years. Most of his custom comes from young Asian men and women in headscarves.
Theresa May has stoked speculation that Nigel Farage could get a peerage for his role in the successful campaign for Britain to leave the EU.
The country has no President but is UK politics becoming much more American?
George Osborne will stand up to deliver his budget on 8 July as a chancellor in his pomp: freed of those pesky Liberal Democrats; emboldened by the Tories’ decisive victory at the ballot box; and invigorated by the prospect of a job vacancy at No 10.