The race to be Tory leader and next Prime Minister enters its last stretch as Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt prepare to take part in the final hustings of the campaign.
Theresa May’s resignation speech has fired the starting gun on the official Tory leadership race, by setting a departure date of June 7.
Theresa May will fire the starting gun on a Tory leadership race when she announces her departure as Prime Minister.
The scrapping of start-date protections under Universal Credit (UC) is “deeply alarming”, the DWP has been told.
MPs will be given the opportunity to vote on whether to hold a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, Theresa May has announced.
Theresa May will set out details of her new plan to get a Brexit deal through Parliament after another difficult Cabinet meeting.
Theresa May will try to secure Cabinet support for a “bold offer” to MPs across the Commons to finally win backing for her Brexit deal.
The Conservative Party must offer support for workers of all backgrounds to “outperform” expectations, Amber Rudd is to say.
Bodyguard star Keeley Hawes has said she finds it “weird” to be in demand as an actor after years of hard work.
The editor of new BBC show Politics Live has defended his selection of an all-female panel for the programme’s debut.
Actress Keeley Hawes has revealed she studied former home secretary Amber Rudd as part of her preparation for her new political part in BBC drama Bodyguard.
A “silent majority” among Conservative MPs wants a “sensible” Brexit which minimises disruption to British business, Theresa May’s former deputy Damian Green has said.
Jeremy Corbyn needs to do more to tackle anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, comedian James Acaster has said.
Social media companies have been warned they must no longer be “passive hosts” in the fight to tackle surging levels of violence.
Online shoppers will have to collect knives in person under Government proposals to clamp down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
The UK Energy Secretary’s absence from Aberdeen since taking up office more than a year ago has been “unjustifiable”, an MP said.
Defiant Amber Rudd yesterday made no apologies for taking more than a year to visit Europe’s energy capital – despite the city enduring its most challenging 12 months on record.