Steven Woolfe has withdrawn from the Ukip leadership race, quit the party and made a police complaint about his altercation with a fellow MEP.
Theresa May is to fly to India next month for her first bilateral trip outside the EU since becoming prime minister, with her reception there seen as a key test of her ability to win backing for the UK’s future trading environment.
It is highly probable that Scotland will hold a second independence referendum by 2020 if the UK is taken out of the EU single market, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Priti Patel has said revealing Britain’s negotiation position during talks with European Union leaders over the country’s departure from the bloc would be akin to revealing her hand in a high-stakes game of poker.
Grocer John Papworth is trying to drum up custom at his fruit and veg stall in Chapel Market in Islington, north London, on a sunny Saturday morning. It is hard going. “It’s the only game in the world where the price changes daily, he says.
Jeremy Corbyn has come under strong personal attack from a cross-party committee of MPs investigating the growth of antisemitism for helping to create a safe space for people with “vile attitudes towards Jewish people”.
A landmark trade deal between the EU and Canada is in jeopardy after being rejected by a Belgian regional parliament, raising questions about other agreements such as a future arrangement between the UK and the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon is to unveil a four-point plan for building stronger independent Scottish trade links with the EU in a further challenge to Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
Theresa May has told the head of the NHS that it will get no extra money despite rapidly escalating problems that led to warnings this week that hospitals are close to breaking point.
John Swinney, Scotland’s deputy first minister, has promised that EU students will still receive free tuition at Scottish universities after Brexit, at a potential cost of £300m.
He was born like this, he had no choice. He was born with the gift of the golden voice. Over the last few days, the business secretary, Greg Clark, has reinvented himself as Westminster’s Leonard Cohen.
A senior City figure who was a remain supporter during the EU referendum has urged Theresa May to “get cracking” with the Brexit process, warning that any delays would only cause more uncertainty for business.
Theresa May was personally responsible for stalling talks on an EU free trade deal with India, because she was obsessed with controlling immigration, according to former business secretary Vince Cable.
Ministers are looking at whether to ban unpaid internships that have been criticised for helping young people with wealthy parents get ahead in the workplace.
David Davis has confirmed that the government may have to wait until January for a supreme court ruling on whether it can press ahead with the formal process of exiting the EU without a parliamentary vote.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton encouraged her supporters and challenged them to continue their work as she delivered her concession speech Wednesday morning.
Tony Blair has received a predictably dismissive government response to his call for remain voters to organise their opposition to Brexit, with No 10 saying there would be no second referendum.
The electorate was unkind to Nick Clegg’s party, reducing them to just eight MPs, but in years to come how will Clegg be judged?
Nigel Farage’s party got an impressive 13% of the vote last month but failed to get even 2% in Scotland. Why?
Police were called to Aberdeen University after George Galloway was bombarded with glitter.
"I'm not looking to go back and go through this," the president-elect told The New York Times.
Kevin Prunty is executive head teacher at Cranford community college, a high-achieving school in Hounslow, west London. His pupils are ambitious and successful, but many come from disadvantaged backgrounds.