YouGov have found evidence that the positive ‘Yes’ for remaining in the EU has little effect on people’s opinions.
The party has a mountain to climb, but can they do it?
Boris Johnson has been criticised by a Labour MP for defending claims that women in the workplace cry more readily than men.
No government department likes to be without a good war to impress on the country that it has a genuine sense of purpose.
While there is cross-party support for further devolution, there is significant disagreement among the main UK political parties on what exactly those powers should be.
The dynamics of the Labour leadership election were radically altered when the leftwinger Jeremy Corbyn secured, with minutes to spare, the 35 nominations required to stand.
David Cameron has bowed to pressure from Tory Eurosceptics and other parties at Westminster by ruling out holding the referendum on Britain’s EU membership on the same date as the Scottish and other devolved elections next May.
The Conservatives are relatively safe for five years. They could lose their majority through by-elections, but they are still the political top-dogs.
Jim Murphy will make what he has called the final speech of his political career at a thinktank in London after formally stepping down as leader of Scottish Labour.
The latest YouGov poll for the Sunday Times indicates that if David Miliband was Labour leader then people would be more likely to vote for his party.
Andrea Leadsom was widely expected to be a high-profile member of Team Boris, in a deal that was going to be secured via a handwritten note handed over at a Conservative summer party.
Support for Theresa May is surging among Conservative MPs, with almost 100 now backing her bid to become party leader as Michael Gove’s late entry into the race struggled to gain momentum.