“Here we are again,” said Michel Barnier, with more than a hint of resignation. “The same two people ... ” Neither of whom could quite bring themselves to look each other in the eye. Five rounds into Britain’s Brexit negotiations with the EU and Barnier and David Davis have all but given up making any pretence that the talks have made much progress. The body language is now as poor as the language itself.
At Party Conference, the Conservatives announced their latest policy on organ donation - an opt-out scheme. But what actually is it?
John McDonnell and Diane Abbott have seemingly little credibility, and Clive Lewis may have blown his chances. Who then, is the heir to the throne?
Britain and the EU have formally informed members of the World Trade Organisation how they plan to split up the EU’s tariff quotas and farm subsidies after Brexit in a plan already rejected by the White House.
Philip Hammond will publish a breakdown of spending on Brexit preparations before next month’s budget, amid growing pressure from pro-leave backbench MPs to show the government is serious about preparing for “no deal”.
Philip Hammond has called for a rapid response from the EU27 to the prime minister’s offer of a transition deal, and even warned that there could be no air traffic between the UK and the EU if no exit deal of any kind could be agreed.
Sen. Bob Corker led the Republican opposition to the Iran nuclear deal, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders said he rolled it out alongside Democrats.
The chancellor has said it will not be responsible to spend in preparation for a "no deal" scenario from the European Union now, and that the government is working to remove uncertainty troubling businesses.
Labour is facing the prospect of damaging setbacks in England, Scotland and Wales in the May elections, members of the shadow cabinet have been told.
The Liberal Democrats will pledge in their general election manifesto to introduce a new "yellow card" system to give job seekers who break benefit rules a final warning before sanctions are imposed.
As most of the world rallies against the political decision to conduct air strikes against IS, I spoke to an activist in Raqqa living under IS rule. His perspective was a little different
The Liberal Democrats believe women and young voters switching from the Conservatives will help them secure enough seats to play a key role in another coalition government after the general election.
Labour leadership challenger Owen Smith has apologised for saying the party should do more to “smash Theresa May back on her heels”.
The UK government is prepared to offer help with pension liabilities and energy costs to potential buyers of Tata’s threatened steel plants, Sajid Javid, the business secretary, has said.
In football parlance, with which David Cameron may or may not be conversant, it was an astonishing own goal.
Sadiq Khan, the new Labour mayor of London, has refused to endorse the party’s local election posters, signed off by Jeremy Corbyn, that urged voters to “take sides”.
Ministers have been warned they must amend the EU withdrawal bill to curtail any possibility of a power grab away from the Scottish and Welsh devolved administrations or risk a constitutional crisis.
A powerful cross-party group of MPs is drawing up plans that would make it impossible for Theresa May to allow Britain to crash out of the EU without a deal in 2019. The move comes amid new warnings that a “cliff-edge” Brexit would be catastrophic for the economy.
The majority of Conservative MPs do not want to see Philip Hammond sacked from the Treasury, a senior Tory former minister has said, appearing to suggest that the home secretary, Amber Rudd, is among those appalled at the briefings against the chancellor.