Hackers have mounted a “brute force” cyber-attack on the Scottish parliament’s computer systems, weeks after a similar attack on email accounts at Westminster.
A government plan to copy European customs controls after Brexit has run into immediate difficulties in Brussels and the UK, with ministers being accused of making unrealistic promises in pursuit of “frictionless trade”.
There is no denying that Donald Trump’s presidency is struggling, and the latest Gallup poll indicates just how bad it has gotten.
With the Daily Mail reporting that the Queen could be laying the groundwork for an eventual abdication of duties, what sort of Republic could Britain have?
With the Mail reporting that the Queen could eventually pass her roles on to Prince Charles, it is worth examining the popularity of the monarchy.
A new poll, conducted by BGM Research for the Independent, suggests that 48% favour the PM stepping down before 2022.
Brexit secretary David Davis will today begin to lay out the government’s negotiating cards, calling for a new customs arrangement with the EU after the UK's departure from the bloc.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich tendered his resignation from the American Manufacturing Council, the company announced in a blog post late on Monday.
Ministers hope to strike a temporary deal with the European Union to retain the key benefits of the customs union for an interim period after Brexit, to avoid cross-border commerce grinding to a halt.
Jacob Rees-Mogg was 24 when he was first asked by a journalist whether he wanted to be prime minister, as the young investment banker railed against the lack of direction and indecisive leadership of John Major.
Nine million renters would save more than £600 each in the next parliament under Labour’s plans to ban letting agent fees and cap rent increases for longer-term tenants, Ed Miliband is to say.
One issue has not been discussed by the Labour leadership candidates - electoral reform - could be back on the agenda. Here's why Labour should back change.
Michael Ashcroft, the former Conservative party deputy chairman who upset Downing Street with his recent biography of David Cameron, has spent 18 days in intensive care in the US after suffering liver and renal failure.
David Cameron has said that membership of the European Union gives the UK vital information about “terrorists and criminals moving around Europe”, demonstrating that he intends to place security issues at the heart of his referendum campaign.
“I’m very sorry I can’t be with you today,” said David Cameron, via a pre-recorded video link, like some actor holed up in LA who didn’t think the award on offer was worth the 10-hour flight.
George Osborne has lashed out at criticisms of his plans for further public spending cuts in the next parliament, accusing the BBC of hyperbolic coverage and conjuring up bogus images of the 1930s depression.
George Osborne is preparing to allow councils to raise council tax by up to 2% in their areas if they are facing a social care funding crisis, which could raise up to £2bn.
One in five Tory MPs have now publicly declared an intention to back exit from the EU before David Cameron has secured his Brussels reforms, with a flurry of ministers and backbenchers expected to show their hands over the weekend.
President Donald Trump should take a page out of Bill Clinton 's crisis management playbook, former Clinton White House communications director Don Baer told CNBC on Wednesday.
Trump's reaction to Charlottesville was a turning point. Republicans in Congress will no longer give him the benefit of the doubt, says former Bush aide Sara Fagen.
Sarah Champion has resigned as shadow equalities minister after a controversial article published in the Sun newspaper in which she wrote: “Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.”