A former aide to David Davis and George Osborne claims two serving cabinet ministers have expressed interest in his idea of forming a centrist party aimed at blocking Brexit.
A former chief of staff to David Davis has said Brexit is a catastrophe that must be stopped and called on centrist MPs to form a new party.
As articles – and titles - go, this is one strange piece of writing from the new Environment Secretary.
The unlikely coalition alliance of David Cameron, George Osborne, Danny Alexander and Nick Clegg once ruled the political roost. Where are they now?
The seven longest-serving peacetime chancellors since 1945. Who makes the list?
The latest Ipsos-MORI poll, conducted for the Evening Standard suggests that 6 in 10 voters are dissatisfied with the prime minister.
In a somewhat surprising move, the prime minister recently returned Michael Gove to the cabinet. George Osborne may have missed out.
The Maybot blinked uneasily. Her handlers have done their utmost to keep her well hidden in recent weeks, but the one time they have no choice but to allow her out in the open is prime minister’s questions. The woman without qualities is now the woman without authority.
With it just a matter of time before Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger throws in the towel, speculation is mounting about who the next manager of the club will be.
Glasgow Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos has not scored against Celtic.
Premier League giants Spurs are reportedly losing Luis Binks to Thierry Henry's MLS outfit Montreal Impact.
Steven Gerrard's Glasgow Rangers won at Ibrox but some Bears weren't happy with one Gers player.
Aston Villa youngster Jacob Ramsey was granted his request of a move away to Doncaster Rovers last month.
Alfie Devine was released by Liverpool when was 11 years of age.
That's how much Chelsea are reported to have paid for Kepa Arrizabalaga in 2018.
Leicester City and Newcastle United are among the clubs being credited with an interest in Said Benrahma of Brentford.
CBeebies star Justin Fletcher, aka Mr Tumble, has been at the centre of a cruel death hoax.
Gedson Fernandes and Jan Vertonghen had very different nights for Tottenham.
Rangers managed to pick up a crucial win at Ibrox tonight.
George Osborne has said the Conservatives need to confront the issue of Theresa May’s leadership after she lost her majority at the last general election.
As the government's high-speed rail project rattles on, Matt Gillow asks: is it really worth it?
George Osborne told colleagues at the Evening Standard that he will not rest until Theresa May is “chopped up in bags in my freezer”, according to a profile of the former chancellor.