Theresa May, who is something of a diffident figure at the best of times, found herself in the odd position yesterday of being feted as the nearest thing to a rock star at the Tory conference.
Gordon Brown has accused David Cameron of setting a “trap” for Scottish voters by trying to dupe them into accepting significant cuts in voting powers for Scottish MPs at Westminster.
The aftermath of the Scottish referendum has increased the importance of the fight for those wanting greater devolved power in Wales.
Day two of the Conservative Party Conference is filled with promises from George Osbourne and a Tory vision for the future.
Conservative party backbenchers will be given a free vote in the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union in the next parliament, George Osborne has said.
As Western support for Ukraine intensifies, can we really claim to uphold universal rights for all?
Last week's climate summit and marches has indicated optimistic realism in tackling climate change
Labour is heading for a “comfortable majority” at the UK general election as the Conservatives have lost a third of their support and are only attracting a small number of new voters, polling by former Conservative donor Lord Ashcroft has suggested.
Labour has called on the education secretary, Nicky Morgan, to abandon the policy of allowing unqualified teachers in the classroom, amid speculation that plans are being considered to extend initial teacher training from two years to three.
Riot police advanced on tens of thousands of protesters in Hong Kong's Admiralty district on Sunday, and the stand-off continued Monday morning, in the territory's worst incident of unrest in decades.
David Cameron would be overthrown as prime minister within 30 seconds of a vote to leave the EU in the June referendum, Kenneth Clarke has said.
One of Boris Johnson’s Eurosceptic disciples interrupted a live Channel 4 broadcast on Friday night on the mayor of London’s orders.
Ukip has proposed a radical overhaul of the Welsh assembly and its governance, including pledges to make St David’s Day a bank holiday, and training firefighters to double as paramedics.