A crowd-fund to help Greece raise €1.6bn has been started. There's a long way to go, but it has already reached a staggering €1,000,000.
2016 will be key for UKIP's future successes. If the party wants to succeed after that like in 2020 and beyond 2016 could help their support.
In just over two weeks time the Liberal Democrats will have a new leader. What do the candidates stand for?
Labour will be out of power for another 10 years if it thinks small changes in policy will be enough to get re-elected, Liz Kendall, the centrist leadership candidate, has warned.
Former Labour leader Ed Miliband was outrageously treated by the media in the runup to the general election, one of the party’s leadership hopefuls, Yvette Cooper, has said.
David Cameron has been accused by the Scottish National party of plotting a “democratic outrage” by trying to rush through new powers for English MPs to have a veto on English laws before parliament’s summer break.
Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister of Scotland, has weighed in on the Greek referendum debate.
Education secretary Nicky Morgan has defined “coasting schools” as those that fail to ensure 60% of pupils get five good GCSE grades, leaving the schools liable for intervention.
The majority of young adults and the parents of young children in the UK did not vote for this government and with good reason.
A new YouGov poll suggests that people are strongly in favour of increasing the NMW to the Living Wage.
The Labour MP Jo Cox, who has died aged 41 after being shot and stabbed in her constituency of Batley and Spen, in West Yorkshire, was a woman who in many ways represented the character and style of the modern Labour party. She was widely viewed as someone who could have been a serious player in the party in the years to come.
In the aftermath of the jocular battle of the river Thames, Jo Cox tweeted a picture of her family in a dinghy flying the “in” flag for Europe.
MPs were in the process of receiving “enhanced” security measures for their homes and constituency offices amid heightened fears of attacks, before the fatal shooting of the Labour MP Jo Cox.