From the cabinet to the opposition, here are seven politicians to watch out for in 2018.
Key findings about Labour, Conservative, Liberal Democrat and SNP members are revealed in the Party Members Project report.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted the UK cannot be a member of the single market after Brexit, disappointing some of his pro-European Union MPs.
Emily Thornberry has responded to criticism over her ambivalent approach to the Iranian protesters by saying Iran had seen “clear spontaneous public outpourings that we can all understand and support”.
As Theresa May prepares a cabinet reshuffle, here are 5 backbenchers tipped to rise:
Since World War Two, just three Labour leaders have won majorities in the House of Commons.
Labour will become “the handmaiden of Brexit” if it continues to prevaricate and be timid over the issue, Tony Blair has warned in a passionate call for the party he formerly led to oppose the government on leaving the EU.