Donald Trump has publicly rebuked Theresa May over her criticism of anti-Muslim propaganda, opening an extraordinary diplomatic spat between the transatlantic allies.
Michel Barnier caused irritation in Downing Street on Wednesday with a speech in which he appeared to link Britain’s vote to leave the EU with global solidarity in the battle against Isis.
Theresa May is to complete a trip to the Middle East by setting out her post-Brexit vision for the UK’s role in the region in a major speech in Jordan, outlining both UK efforts to combat Islamic State and wider, long-term help on economic and social reforms.
The UK has bowed to EU demands on the Brexit divorce bill in a move that could result in the UK paying £50bn to Brussels, in an attempt to get France and Germany to agree to move negotiations to trade.
For all the huffing and puffing in London, so-called “negotiations” over Britain’s departure from the European Union have so far proved a remarkably one-sided affair.
The new defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, was put on notice in the Commons that he will face a substantial Tory revolt if a national security review leads to major cuts in the armed services.
The prospect of Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister is a more serious threat to British business than Brexit, the investment bank Morgan Stanley has warned.
In six months, no fewer than five MPs have been suspended from their respective parties.
From one year’s entire defence budget to almost a thousand years of British democracy.
Recent reports from America suggest that Donald Trump could be set to end his secretary of state’s time early.
Who will join George and Charlotte? Which name is currently the betting markets’ favourite?
An episode of Newsnight that played the wrong clip of Jeremy Corbyn responding to the budget was the most complained about programme on the BBC in the past fortnight.
Could Britain’s de facto deputy prime minister become the third cabinet minister to leave in little over a month?
Nicola Sturgeon has urged Theresa May to ignore her party’s “extreme Brexiteers” and adopt a far more constructive tone with other EU leaders at next week’s summit.
David Davis and a string of other Tory MPs have rallied behind Damian Green, the effective deputy prime minister, after a former detective came forward with fresh allegations about pornography on Green’s Commons computer nine years ago.
We all know the ex-Shadow Chancellor can throw some serious moves, but what else has he been up to since leaving office?
Could Philip Hammond’s time at Number 11 soon be coming to an end? If so, will Michael Gove be the man for the job?