Jeremy Corbyn has said his party is in “permanent campaign mode” as he heads to Cornwall on a national tour that aims to place Labour on a more offensive footing.
A new ORB poll suggests that a significant majority of UK voters disapprove of the way Theresa May’s government is handling Brexit negotiations.
Damien Green is expected to come under pressure from Scottish ministers today over the possibility of releasing new powers to Holyrood after Brexit.
The US president has taken to Twitter like a bird to the sky. Here are his seven most retweeted tweets in August 2017 so far.
Mixed messages from the administration on North Korea are contributing to unease by U.S. Asian allies and a growing danger on the Korean Peninsula.
Plans for a prestigious UK-Gulf Co-operation Council meeting in London this year have been put on hold, threatening UK plans for a quick free-trade deal with some of the richest economies in the world after Brexit.
A split at the top of the Conservatives on immigration policy has emerged after the Scottish Tory leader, Ruth Davidson, called on the government to consider scrapping its target of reducing the number of new arrivals to tens of thousands a year.
The government must provide clarity on whether it wants UK courts to take into account rulings of the European court of justice after Brexit, one of Britain’s most senior judges has said.
The Conservatives paid Sir Lynton Crosby’s firm millions of pounds for advice on Theresa May’s disastrous election campaign that saw her mocked for claiming to be “strong and stable”, it has emerged.
The latest YouGov poll, just like other polls since the election, shows how striking the age divide is when it comes to voters’ behaviour.
Which Labour leaders never became prime minister? Will Jeremy Corbyn end up on this list?
Pro-EU campaigners are planning to stage one of their biggest “stop Brexit” marches outside the Conservative party conference this autumn.
With the news that the United States is imposing tough sanctions on Russia and others, here are seven significant sanctions from the last few decades.
Political giants often leave the House of Commons soon after their time is up. Just look at David Cameron and George Osborne who left parliament within a year of leaving their top jobs. Others, like Nick Clegg, are kicked out come a new election. Here are seven former cabinet ministers still in the House of Commons.
The Tories will lose the next election if they back “unbridled capitalism” and refuse to tax wealth to help the “struggling many”, one of Theresa May’s former advisers has warned.
British citizens living in the European Union say they will suffer “a huge loss” if negotiators from the UK and Brussels do not settle their differences over the rights of citizens to live and work across the continent after Brexit.
In UK elections, it’s the number of seats that matter – not votes – but here are the top 7 number of votes received by parties at UK elections since 1945.
The Conservatives’ plans to tackle the deficit seem to have taken a backseat while Brexit sits at the steering wheel. Can the Conservatives eliminate it?
Take a look at 9 significant moments in British politics that could have gone the other way.
Labour would create a new department to tackle the housing crisis, Jeremy Corbyn will pledge at the latest rally on his tour of marginal seats.
7 times things got physical between an MP and the public
The bongs of Big Ben, the bell inside the clock tower above the Houses of Parliament, are to be silenced for four years for conservation works.