Sir Keir Starmer could face an explosive standoff after Thomas Gardiner has resigned from his position in the Labour Party. Mr Gradiner has faced allegations...

The physicist took to Twitter to ask why Boris Johnson’s top aide was planning a “revolution” of the civil service. He said: “Could someone who...

Boris Johnson’s most senior aide has told those inside No10 “hard rain is coming” after feeling frustrated at the Cabinet Office’s...

For Ifeoma Chukwuogo’s latest project ‘No Victors’, the filmmaker shares a round table conversation led by media personality Folustorms. The...

The now-deleted tweet was posted at 5.53, and said: “Arrogant and offensive. “Can you imagine having to work with these truth twisters?” The...

Sir Keir Starmer has already backed plans for an extension to the three month ban on evictions, giving tenants up to two years to pay arrears to help...

Party colleague Angus MacNeil MP is one of those arguing an SNP majority victory in next year’s Holyrood election should be seen as a mandate for independence...

Sir Philip Rutnam claimed she was behind a “vicious” campaign against him and had lied about her involvement.  The career civil servant, 54, has...

Martin Howe QC, chairman of the pro-Brexit group Lawyers for Britain, is concerned Boris Johnson’s withdrawal agreement allocates the Luxembourg-based...

European member states will meet for a crucial plenary debate on the bloc’s long term budget today, having failed to reach an agreement after months...

Sources have told The Telegraph that the ideas have been discussed at Downing Street and at The Treasury in recent weeks. It is not yet clear what form...

EU leaders will meet on February 20 to thrash out an agreement on the bloc’s budget for the next seven years. So far the EU27 have spent 18 months...

He urged them to “absorb” the message from the Tory election triumph and get behind the effort to negotiate a new relationship with the bloc similar...

He is to urge the Prime Minister to break up key Government departments and introduce a wide-ranging Civil Service Act to shake up the Whitehall management...

Labour’s vote share decreased by 7.9 percentage points from 2017 whilst their number of seats reduced from 262 to 202. Mr Corbyn lost 8.7 percentage...

One of The Shadow Chancellor’s aides said the party had botched the launch of its tax policies: “It wasn’t really the policy that was the problem...

Jeremy Corbyn continued on the intensive campaign trail in Telford on Wednesday, and told supporters in Telford young people should not be forced to...

The letter from Sir Mark Sedwill reveals his innermost thoughts on Brexit, which also sees him praise Boris Johnson and his team on their “ambitious...

Ms Thornberry is Shadow First Secretary of State, meaning she is effectively de facto Shadow Deputy Prime Minister. As reported by The Times, she was...

Writing in his memoir, serialised in The Times and The Sunday Times, Mr Cameron discussed his decision to move Michael Gove from Education Secretary...

The Labour leader faced criticism since last week’s Panorama programme, which claimed that senior figures, including Mr Corbyn’s communications chief...

Lord Harris of Haringey, chairman of the Labour Peers Group, said Jeremy Corbyn is “not cut out” to be party leader and should have “reined back”...

The Eurosceptic Tory MP will present a paper to cabinet in the next few weeks on whether to step up planning in case the UK leaves the EU without a deal....

The Home Secretary intended to commission Border Force officials to manage Swiss-style trade and tariffs to avoid a hard border in Ireland. However,...

Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer opposed President Macron’s call for a “European minimum wage” and a further transferring of powers from member states...