The former Foreign Secretary branded the housing crisis the “biggest and most urgent” issue in the UK, and accused property developers of building...

The former Foreign Secretary called for “absurdly high” stamp duty to be cut, action to stop major construction firms sitting on land they...

Tom Tugendhat, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee, welcomed the US sanctions and called on the Prime Minister to tighten her grip on “proxies”...

Numerous complaints have been lodged with the Conservative Party chairman Brandon Lewis, who oversees the party’s code of conduct. The official has...

The outrage follows a newspaper article in which Mr Johnson said he did not want the full-face veil and gown donned by some Muslim women to be banned...

The Prime Minister now has an opportunity to get the UK’s departure “back on track” (Image: GETTY) Mrs May met her French counterpart Emmanuel...

After months of prevarication and refusal to compromise, Mr Barnier has reportedly come under pressure from member state governments who have realised...

Theresa May is heading to meet with the French President at his holiday retreat this week, cutting her own break in Italy short by two days. However,...

The research carried out by eminent former Harvard economist and entrepreneur Michael Burrage reveals that countries which do not have a trade deal with...

Cabinet members and Tory MPs, who left London for their constituencies last week, are said to have been met with anger and disapproval from local members. A...

European law expert Martin Howe QC warns that under the White Paper terms, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) “will have direct jurisdiction to bind...

Mr Bannon, a former chairman of the right-wing Breitbart.com website and an architect of Trump’s 2016 election win, has launched a project to coordinate...

Mr Raab, who was appointed earlier this month, will be sidelined as Mrs May heads up the crunch withdrawal negotiations with the EU. The Cabinet Office’s...

The Prime Minister will take control of the Brexit negotations in a major snub to Mr Raab, who replaced David Davis earlier this month. The Cabinet Office’s...

The Transport Secretary, who orchestrated the Prime Minister’s leadership campaign, is understood to have told friends he will not tolerate any more...

Sinn Fein, the SDLP, the Alliance Party and the Green Party expressed their concerns that key promises on continued access had not yet been fully met. In...

Ulster MP Ian Paisley Jnr was suspended from the House of Commons for 30 days for not registering a luxury family trip to Sri Lanka, which saw him receive...

Conservative MP Philip Davies, Tory MP for Shipley in West Yorkshire, has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May’s leadership. In...

Last night four amendments put forward by Jacob Rees-Mogg’s European Research Group passed, steering Mrs May’s soft Brexit blueprint in a harder direction. But...

The former prime minister described the compromise deal reached by the Cabinet at the crunch Chequers summit as “mush” and accused Theresa May of...

The Labour peer and arch-Remainer fumed at the Prime Minister’s proposals, saying they would deliver “the polar opposite of taking back control”. Under...

The former UKIP leader first announced his intention on his LBC radio programme following the Chequers meeting last week. A BBC reporter quizzed him...

The 98-page Brexit white paper sets out a blueprint for the county’s future relationship with the European Union. Britain says it is now time for Brussels...

Mr Corbyn said it was “wrong” for Theresa May to be “rewarding” outspoken White House chief Mr Trump by inviting him to Britain. In...

The admission was made after it emerged that a new customs plan could take 18 months longer to implement than initially planned. The revelations are...