The divisive “polarised” style of Northern Ireland politics has spilled over into the rest of the UK after the Brexit referendum, according to academics.
Up to 60% of police officers could be equipped with Tasers under plans announced by Priti Patel as she outlined proposals aimed at making the Tories appear tough on crime.
The Government is to inject £200 million into UK companies developing life-saving treatments for diseases like cancer and Alzheimer’s, Boris Johnson has announced.
David Cameron said the introduction of same sex marriage was one of his proudest moments as Prime Minister, having worried and “wobbled” over the issue in the face of some heated opposition within the Conservative Party.
The Government has spent tens of thousands of pounds in recent days on adverts promising “Brexit is happening” on October 31, despite increasing uncertainty over whether it actually will.
Amber Rudd has warned that moderates are being purged from mainstream parties in a move that could cost the Tories a majority at the next election.
Jo Johnson’s shock exit from politics may be typical of his family’s flair for drama but his brother is unlikely to appreciate its timing.
Boris Johnson will ramp up the rhetoric against “cowardly” Jeremy Corbyn as he effectively kicks off the campaign for a general election he has not yet been able to call.
A law designed to prevent the UK crashing out of the EU next month has cleared another hurdle after the Government announced a late-night breakthrough in the Lords.
Boris Johnson’s snap general election plan has been roundly rejected after his bid to keep a no-deal Brexit on the table suffered a major blow.
Boris Johnson has confirmed his desire to hold a general election on October 15 – as he looks set to be defeated on a crunch vote on his plan.
Downing Street has rejected suggestions Boris Johnson will resign to trigger a general election in a bid to block efforts to delay Brexit.
Boris Johnson challenged Jeremy Corbyn to back an October 15 general election as he battled against efforts to delay Brexit.
Boris Johnson was right to throw Tory rebels out of the party after their disloyalty over Brexit, according to a minister and ally.
MPs will attempt to block a no-deal Brexit after they defeated the Government to wrest control of the Commons agenda – prompting Boris Johnson to vow to seek a snap general election.
Former Conservative Party leader William Hague has called for Britain to go to the polls, saying the only way to solve the ongoing Brexit crisis is by electing a new Parliament.
The Conservative chairman in Ken Clarke’s constituency has branded the MP “disgraceful” after suggesting he would defy the Government to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
A cross-party group of senior MPs have formally asked the Archbishop of Canterbury to chair a possible citizens’ forum on Brexit.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been criticised after it was reported he would chair public meetings aimed at avoiding a no-deal Brexit.
Channel 4 has announced a new Brexit documentary with intimate access to leading figures in British politics.
The Conservative Party has ramped up its spending on Facebook advertising as new Prime Minister Boris Johnson seeks to build support for his Brexit plans.
A Whitehall investigation into Tory MP Mark Field’s clash with a climate change protester has been dropped after he lost his job under Boris Johnson.
Theresa May heads out of Downing Street as Prime Minister for the last time on Wednesday just over three years after she arrived.
Boris Johnson will become prime minister on Wednesday after securing victory in the battle for the Conservative Party leadership.
Boris Johnson has refused to say when he would bring in a Queen’s Speech as prime minister during the final hustings of the battle for the Conservative Party crown.
The next prime minister should strive to reach a Brexit deal, Theresa May has said as the race to succeed her entered its final stretch.
The UK’s departure from the EU has dominated the Tory leadership debate, as it has done many a conversation nationwide.
A billboard has been unveiled at Glastonbury Festival which its creators say shows “how little we can trust” Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson.
BBC bosses have said shouldering the cost of over 75s licence fees stemmed from Conservative austerity.
A petition opposing the BBC’s decision to axe free TV licences for the over-75s has reached half a million signatures.