Boris Johnson has hinted that the Government may toughen the rules on face coverings in England. During the People’s PMQs, the Prime Minister said...

Shadow Chancellor Anneliese Dodds said Labour acknowledges that the Government has had to make big decisions. But as she claimed Labour has been a “constructive...

In a fresh boost for British prospects outside the EU, the Chancellor and his Swiss counterpart Ueli Maurer signed a joint commitment to work on a new...

The Home Secretary described recent street parties, including some that have led to clashes with the police, as “unacceptable” breaches of social-distancing...

Party whips have told backbenchers to prepare for a big push highlighting the Prime Minister’s blueprint for modernising the country’s infrastructure...

MSP John Swinney said work is under way for exams in Scotland which were cancelled this year to be held in spring 2021. But he warned the “ongoing...

The MEP retweeted an article about the Brexit Party leader leaving LBC. Mr Verhofstadt said: “One of the few silver linings of Brexit is Farage no...

Scotland’s finance secretary has appealed for greater authority for Holyrood, arguing that the current arrangement in place is not fit to adequately...

The Prime Minister was confronted on the issue by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer during Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday. House of Commons...

International Trade Secretary Liz Truss is reportedly looking at plans to cut tariffs on US agricultural imports to boost progress on a free trade agreement...

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...

From the outset of Britain’s post-Brexit trade negotiations with the EU, Michel Barnier has insisted the UK must stay permanently tied to the bloc’s...

Tory grandee Michael Heseltine is backing Michael Gove, the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, to coordinate the country’s economic recovery from...

The first YouGov poll since Sir Keir succeeded Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party has found Boris Johnson has extended his lead in the polls...

Claims that could be submitted to the Labour Party as soon as next week include those covering the Data Protection Act, invasion of privacy and libel,...

The new Labour leader has appointed Lisa Nandy as Shadow Foreign Secretary and takes over from Emily Thonberry, who was eliminated early on in the leadership...

However, one political analyst has said the new Labour leader will have to tread a fine line in offering unflinching support to efforts to beat COVID-19...

Some 93 percent of people backed the tougher restrictions announced by the Prime Minister. A staggering 27 million people watched Mr Johnson’s dramatic...

Plans to offer unprecedented financial support to millions of British workers hit by the coronavirus pandemic will be unveiled by the chancellor today....

A YouGov poll of party members found just 29 percent of Labour members are proud of the nation’s past compared to 53 percent of the general public...

The dramatic change of tack would represent a bid by Mr Johnson to curb spending – in 2018, Dfid contributed £10.9billion towards Official Development...

The incredible package of spending on vital infrastructure is designed to ensure the whole country enjoys a renaissance of prosperity after Brexit. Its...

Boris Johnson wants the country to become “Great again”, heal its past divisions and “look ahead with confidence” to life as an independent nation...

Sir Christopher Meyer, who served as the Ambassador to the United States from 1997-2003, highlighted the UK has the upper hand over the EU in trade discussions...

The Prime Minister was successful in getting his Withdrawal Agreement Bill passed by the House of Commons by a majority of 99 last Thursday. The bill...