A new YouGov poll puts Theresa May’s party four points ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's.
The out-of-touch Tory back-bencher’s political stock has risen in recent weeks.
Tuesday’s win for Labour was expected, but what does it tell us about Welsh politics more generally.
A recent YouGov Cambridge survey highlights the split in Brexit priorities across different groups of British voters.
A new YouGov poll asked Brits to pick up to four significant events from history that they felt made them proud to be British.
Trump approved a memo from Republicans on the same committee the week before.
If Jacob Rees-Mogg’s time is coming, then he has spent a long time in preparation.
Agreement on a transition period after Brexit has been thrown into doubt by the UK’s demands, the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said.
The government of the United States of America shut down on Friday for the second time in three weeks.
The White House has admitted that it mishandled allegations of domestic abuse against a senior official who was forced to resign on Wednesday.
Despite a hung parliament, two-party politics has returned to the UK. But what does that mean for Duverger’s law?
Could Amber Rudd succeed Theresa May as prime minister? The odds are not in her favour.
The UK is due to leave the European Union in fewer than 500 days-time, but which countries could be joining the union?
Margaret Thatcher was the longest-serving prime minister of modern times. How long will Theresa May last at the top?
With 74-year-old Vince Cable the new Liberal Democrat leader, take a look at this list of seven of the oldest UK prime ministers.
The seven longest-serving peacetime chancellors since 1945. Who makes the list?
Which Labour leaders never became prime minister? Will Jeremy Corbyn end up on this list?
If Merkel wins next week, she could lead Germany for another four years, taking her total to sixteen.
George Osborne has lashed out at criticisms of his plans for further public spending cuts in the next parliament, accusing the BBC of hyperbolic coverage and conjuring up bogus images of the 1930s depression.
The phone connection is terrible, but I interview TV star Andrew Michael despite such interference and the noise from passing cars.
Theresa May has said she will end the “automatic entitlement to a peerage” for holders of high office in public life such as senior figures from the judiciary, police, military and civil service.
David Davis will tell business leaders in Austria that fears the Conservatives will plunge Britain into a “Mad Max-style world borrowed from dystopian fiction” after leaving the EU are unfounded.
President Donald Trump said in a Monday evening Twitter post that he supported and endorsed Mitt Romney for his run for a Senate seat.