David Cameron is to begin his first serious negotiations with other European leaders about his drive to reform procedures in Brussels.
Britain’s most respected opinion pollster has warned Labour its chances of winning a majority at the next election verge on the “improbable” and that blaming its defeat on a shift away from Blairism is “wholly inadequate”.
The longest-serving MP in the House of Commons, Labour’s Sir Gerald Kaufman, has condemned the parliamentary conduct of Scottish National party MPs as infantile, describing them as “goons”.
The ‘Yes’ campaign lost the referendum, but it seems likely that another one will take place at some point in the future, but when will the SNP go for it?
Margaret Hodge has said she will not put herself forward for the post of chair of the public accounts committee in this parliament, prompting a scramble for the role among fellow Labour MPs.
More than 100 Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidates have signed a letter to the Guardian backing Tim Farron’s bid to succeed Nick Clegg as the party’s leader.
Nigel Farage has insisted that Ukip remains “100% united” a day after the party confirmed two senior figures would be leaving their posts.
Tristram Hunt has pulled out of the Labour leadership race after it became clear he was nowhere near gathering the 35 nominations from MPs he needed to stand.
David Cameron is being warned that a number of ministers will resign unless he allows cabinet members to follow their conscience and campaign for a no vote in the EU referendum.
The Scottish parliament has voted narrowly in favour of a ban on fracking, after Scottish National party MSPs abstained following a debate that gave a strong indication of the changed nature of the new Holyrood chamber.
Jeremy Corbyn must be “bolder and braver” in making the case for immigration in the UK if he is to win over Labour voters to the cause of remaining in the EU, according to the boss of one of Britain’s biggest unions.