Conservative MP Nicky Morgan said this morning she has reported a number of Twitter users to the police, after receiving threats of violence with reference to murdered MP Jo Cox.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has pledged to scrap first class compartments on overpacked commuter trains, as strike activity by the rail unions has placed further pressure on operations.
Now that the Lions tour and Wimbledon are over, and with the Test series against South Africa yet to grab the attention, thoughts can easily turn to the start of the new football season, which is only two weeks away.
The current prime minister could have made it to this list had her plan not backfired.
The latest Ipsos-MORI poll, conducted for the Evening Standard suggests that 6 in 10 voters are dissatisfied with the prime minister.
Concerns about austerity and the public-sector pay cap were highlighted in internal Conservative research carried out before the general election, leaving senior figures aghast that the party failed to act upon the warnings, the Guardian understands.
Michael Gove has said the cabinet is committed to a post-Brexit transition period that takes a “pragmatic approach” to free movement, as Eurosceptic Tory backbenchers warned the UK must not “check out and never leave”.
Diane Abbott has accused broadcasters of being proud to pursue “fact-free, research-free and investigation-free” journalism and of failing to acknowledge racist abuse against her.
After months of fits and starts, the former hedge fund and investment conference chief lands a role in Trump's inner circle.
President Donald Trump's press secretary Sean Spicer has resigned after opposing Trump's appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as communications director.
U.S. Senator John McCain was found to have a brain tumor, according to a Wednesday statement released by his office.
Sir Vince Cable, who took back his Twickenham seat in the election, is likely to become the next Lib Dem leader when nominations close at 4pm, 20th July.
In an interview with the New York Times, President Donald Trump said he wouldn't have appointed Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General if he had known Sessions would recuse himself from a the probe into Russian interference into the presidential election.
Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, stayed away from a crucial meeting of the party’s ruling body in a show of deference to Jeremy Corbyn, privately telling the Labour leader that he would no longer stand in the way of party reform.
The latest Survation poll for the Mail on Sunday suggests that 47% of voters support going back to the polls in the event Theresa May resigns.
No UK general election has been held on another day than a Thursday since 1931. Is it time for that to change?
Brexit talks are a "very difficult process" but they need to move fast to give enough time for officials to negotiate a trade deal, the vice president of the European Commission has told CNBC.
Demand for Irish passports in the UK has jumped by 50% since the Brexit vote, Ireland’s minister for foreign affairs and trade has revealed.
The last PMQs ahead of the summer featured clashes over the living wage and public sector pay. Could it have been May’s final showdown with Corbyn?
The president has called for the voting rules in the Senate to change after his administration’s plans to replace Obamacare were seen as unlikely to pass.
The shadow Brexit secretary, Keir Starmer, has turned down a paid advisory role with the law firm that took the government to court over article 50, after criticism of the potential conflict of interest.
Elections are simple affairs in which victory is determined by number of votes, right? It’s not so simple.
The seven longest-serving peacetime chancellors since 1945. Who makes the list?