With the BBC reporting that the PM is set to make a big Brexit speech next week in Florence, here are seven significant EU-related speeches.
Following Kezia Dugdale’s surprise resignation, Scottish Labour is electing a new leader. Here are seven facts about the party north of the border.
Which British leaders were born north of the border?
The office of the deputy prime minister is an odd one in British politics - just eight people have held the title.
There is no limit on how long UK prime ministers can serve in the top job – the longest-serving PM lasted over twenty years. Here are the shortest serving prime ministers since the end of WW2.
The Labour party is undergoing an unprecendented period of popularity since the election. Here are seven key moments from its past.
Which Labour leaders never became prime minister? Will Jeremy Corbyn end up on this list?
With the Guardian reporting that a Conservative donor called Corbyn a “twat” live on radio, here are 6 political insults thrown at politicians.
Based on a Leeds University survey of over 80 academics, here are the worst seven UK prime ministers since the end of World War Two.
Politics is about improving the world, but it's also about competition. Here are six great rivalries in British politics.
The Rangers talent is currently on the fringers of Steven Gerrard's Ibrox squad.
Leeds United winger Helder Costa is yet to make a start in the Championship since moving to Elland Road.
Leeds United midfielder Jamie Shackleton has stepped into the starting line-up since an injury to Adam Forshaw.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino had hinted that his side could be active in the January transfer window.
Aston Villa are still finding their feet in the top flight and the Sky Sports pundit thinks Dean Smith should make just a few small changes.
Premier League newcomers Sheffield United had a bid accepted for Queens Park Rangers defender Todd Kane when he was still at Chelsea.
Scottish Premiership champions Celtic tried and failed to sign Tottenham's Premier League outcast Victor Wanyama in the summer, Neil Lennon admitted.
Rangers star says he intends to keep on taking penalties,
Jack Ross admitted that the Black Cats couldn't afford to keep former Marseille defender Andonian in League One.
West Ham winger Nathan Holland says he is devastated.
If the last two weeks are anything to go by, government cabinet resignations are becoming a weekly occurrence.
Gordon Brown is not alone in thinking errant British bankers got off lightly in the 2008 financial crisis. We should also be worried that the former prime minister thinks the new criminal offence of reckless misconduct that causes a financial institution to fail, which was introduced after the crisis to address the perceived legislative weaknesses, may not be up to the job.