David Cameron has been told in private by Tory Eurosceptics that the Conservative party will split in half after the general election if he fails to renegotiate Britain's EU membership terms to a Common Market-style trade-only deal.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg will embark on intensive negotiations over the weekend to try to agree a fresh round of measures to tackle the threat posed by terror suspects in Britain.
Respect MP George Galloway was taken to hospital with a suspected broken jaw on Friday night after being attacked in the street.
Former Conservative MP for Clacton Douglas Carswell may realise UKIP will bow to electoral realities in 2015, and hence lose its all-important radicalism.
Licking ice-creams in the late August sun as the waves lapped in, locals and day-trippers at Clacton-on-Sea's historic seafront were blissfully indifferent on Thursday to the political and media frenzy surrounding the defection to Ukip of the constituency's Tory MP, Douglas Carswell.
UKIP's shift towards economic collectivism, away from their traditional Libertarian roots, will leave Douglas Carswell regretting his recent defection.
A hand grenade has been thrown into David Cameron's general election campaign after the Eurosceptic Tory MP Douglas Carswell defected to Ukip, triggering an immediate byelection.
As the second city to win the UK City of Culture award, Hull is already seeing investments to improve the city's economy by 2017
David Cameron is planning to indicate to Barack Obama and other Nato leaders at a summit in Wales next week that Britain is keeping open the option of joining the US in launching air strikes against forces of the Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq.
David Cameron will plead with Scottish voters on Thursday not to abandon one of the "oldest and most successful single markets in the world", after the home secretary, Theresa May, highlighted nerves in the pro-union campaign, warning that it needed to redouble its efforts.
Every household in England will receive a glossy 14-page booklet through their letterbox next week making the case for Britain to remain in the European Union, as the government kicks off a £9m taxpayer-funded publicity blitz.
Sajid Javid has said that he has received assurances from Tata that it will allow time to find a saviour for its British steelmaking business, including the Port Talbot plant.
What are the basic facts every politician ought to know about the area they want to represent? How about the price of milk or bread? The easiest way to get from A to B on public transport?