Ed Miliband has admitted that his party must “fight for every hour and every day” to hold on to its Scottish MPs after a shock poll predicted Labour could be wiped out by the Scottish National party next year.
Today’s Home Office report highlights the inadequacy of current UK drug laws and reopens the Cameron-Clegg clash over legalising drugs.
As Jim Murphy enters the race, the Scottish Labour leadership election highlights a fundamental lack of democracy in the party.
This week's announcement by Israel of a further 1,000 homes beyond the 1967 line has led to an emergency UN Security Council meeting today.
In an Edwardian home in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury district, close to a dozen people gathered for a political fundraiser with a dirty little secret.
Nick Clegg will deploy his pro-European credentials to try to win the vital support of the French prime minister Manuel Valls for a cut and delay in the sudden Brussels demand for an extra £1.7bn UK contribution to the EU budget.
Despite rising tensions in Jerusalem, the Israeli Knesset is discussing a bill which could see the division of Al Aqsa mosque.
This year’s Global Gender Gap report shows that the UK has fallen to 26th place in the yearly rankings.
John Manzoni, the new chief executive of the civil service, will waive his £100,000-a-year salary from a major drinks company as he comes under fire from more than 70 leading medical professionals and charities over his second job in the alcohol industry.
The Labour candidate for London mayor, Sadiq Khan, has condemned the Conservatives for using “the politics of division and fear” to seek to defeat him, likening their approach to that used by Donald Trump.
Leading Brexit campaigners have tried to seize back the initiative in the referendum campaign with a warning that the UK faces a migration “free-for-all” unless it breaks aways from Brussels.
Leanne Wood, the leader of the Welsh nationalists Plaid Cymru, is by far the most popular of the main party leaders in Wales, according to a poll.