Is Boris Johnson really unsackable? If not, here are seven Conservatives who could replace him as foreign secretary when the time comes.
Could Philip Hammond’s time at Number 11 soon be coming to an end? If so, will Michael Gove be the man for the job?
Free and fair elections, public debate, free press. All pillars of 'Western civilisation' - but which countries are the most democratic in the world?
Robert Mugabe could be on the brink of being ousted from power. How long has the infamous dictator lasted and how does he compare to the longest-serving non-royal dictators from around the world?
Special Counsel Robert Mueller caught the Trump campaign by surprise last month, issuing a subpoena to more than a dozen officials despite the campaign's voluntary compliance with his probe, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, citing a source.
David Davis, the Brexit secretary, has warned Germany and other European nations not to “put politics above prosperity” as they negotiate the UK’s split from the EU.
The Netherlands must prepare for a chaotic, no-deal Brexit, the Dutch parliament’s European affairs committee has said, in a strongly worded report blaming the stalled exit talks on Britain’s “unrealistic expectations” and “inconsistency”.
The shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, argued that big business now trusts Labour more than the government on the economy and Brexit as he launched his vision for a budget next week involving more investment and an end to austerity.
Theresa May is close to offering a deal on money that would unlock the Brexit negotiations, according to the head of Europe’s centre-right MEPs, who said he had received “positive messages” during a meeting in Downing Street on Wednesday.
Theresa May will signal that tackling the housing crisis will be a key theme of next week’s budget as pressure mounts on the chancellor, Philip Hammond, to release fresh resources to invest in building new homes.
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.
The UK's Environment Secretary’s political stock is accumulating. Will this Brexiteer replace Theresa May?
Boris Johnson’s continued presence in the cabinet has gone on long enough. Once the next Boris Johnson controversy happens, May should not be afraid to show him the door.
British democracy is in desperate need of deep and wide reforms. Switching to a fairer voting system could go a long way to improving our democracy.