A new YouGov poll suggests that the Labour party’s favourability rating is dropping significantly.
The discord in Washington came amid a growing divide between the administration and Silicon Valley.
Britain may not start negotiating its future trade relationship with the EU until the end of the year, ministers are admitting privately.
The White House still needs CEO support to drive its business agenda, says Kellogg School of Management professor Nicholas Pearce.
The communities secretary, Sajid Javid, has defended the Labour MP Sarah Champion, who resigned from the frontbench after she said in an article in the Sun that Britain had “a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls”.
The city mayors Sadiq Khan and Andy Burnham could lose their speech slots at the Labour party conference this year under a stripped-back speaking programme which will prioritise party member debates.
Unless a campaign miracle happens for the SPD, Angela Merkel will stay on as German chancellor, but which party will come third in the Bundestag?
President Donald Trump should take a page out of Bill Clinton 's crisis management playbook, former Clinton White House communications director Don Baer told CNBC on Wednesday.
Trump's reaction to Charlottesville was a turning point. Republicans in Congress will no longer give him the benefit of the doubt, says former Bush aide Sara Fagen.
Sarah Champion has resigned as shadow equalities minister after a controversial article published in the Sun newspaper in which she wrote: “Britain has a problem with British Pakistani men raping and exploiting white girls.”
A new poll, conducted by BGM Research for the Independent, suggests that 48% favour the PM stepping down before 2022.
With the Daily Mail reporting that the Queen could be laying the groundwork for an eventual abdication of duties, what sort of Republic could Britain have?
A government plan to copy European customs controls after Brexit has run into immediate difficulties in Brussels and the UK, with ministers being accused of making unrealistic promises in pursuit of “frictionless trade”.
The former Republican presidential nominee was the latest to criticize Trump's response to the white nationalist rally in Virginia.
Summers, a former Clinton Treasury secretary and ex-Obama economic aide, says he's surprised no officials of Trump's administration have resigned.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich tendered his resignation from the American Manufacturing Council, the company announced in a blog post late on Monday.
Ministers hope to strike a temporary deal with the European Union to retain the key benefits of the customs union for an interim period after Brexit, to avoid cross-border commerce grinding to a halt.
With problems at home, is Donald Trump purposely turning the media’s and public’s eyes towards the east?
As someone who voted to remain last year, I recognise that there are plenty of flaws, which do not help the EU's cause. Juncker's expenses scandal is a small part of that.
When David Cameron’s Brexit referendum took place, there should have been subsequent questions about the type of deal the UK would get.
The eccentric Tory back-bencher has a realistic shot of becoming party leader, that’s if this summer’s betting markets are to be believed.
America’s presidential election is decided by the electoral college rather than the popular vote, but on five occasions they have not been the same.
Politicians do not go into the business to get nicknames, but for many, it’s all part of the job.