Theresa May’s bid to get Tory MPs to back her Brexit plan suffered a set-back as a new poll suggested more than half of Conservative Party members prefer a no-deal withdrawal.
Doubling on the spot fines for anti-social behaviour would help police deliver “swift justice” to low-level offenders, the Conservatives have said.
Aberdeen City Council’s co-leaders hit out at the Scottish Government for cutting the authority’s general revenue grant by almost £60 million in three years.
A defiant Theresa May has insisted her efforts to win fresh assurances on her Brexit deal remain on track after another bruising encounter with EU leaders.
Britain is to have talks with the EU over the coming days about how to obtain “further assurances” which might persuade MPs to back the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement, Theresa May has said.
Theresa May is under mounting political pressure after EU leaders rejected her attempts to win fresh concessions to the agreed Brexit deal and openly criticised her negotiating strategy.
EU leaders have warned Theresa May she cannot expect a “legally binding” commitment that the UK will not be tied to the bloc indefinitely through the Northern Ireland backstop.
Theresa May has appealed to EU leaders to give her the assurances she needs to get the backing of MPs for her Brexit deal.
Theresa May has delayed a fresh Commons showdown over her Brexit deal until the new year as she acknowledged it will take time to win the assurances she is seeking from EU leaders.
Theresa May has played down the prospects of an “immediate breakthrough” on the so-called Northern Ireland backstop in talks with EU leaders.
Theresa May has embarked on a fresh round of Brexit diplomacy after emerging from a confidence vote of Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
Theresa May heads to Brussels on Thursday seeking fresh concessions for her Brexit deal after emerging from a confidence vote by Tory MPs bloodied and bruised but victorious.
Theresa May has urged her party to “come together” after seeing off an attempt by rebel backbenchers to oust her as Conservative leader and Prime Minister.
Theresa May has seen off an attempt by rebel backbenchers to oust her as Conservative leader and Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Theresa May tonight won the backing of Conservative MPs following a no confidence vote. Tory MPs voted by 200 to 117 at the Palace of Westminster. Theresa May is expected to make a statement at Downing Street. More to follow
The BBC News Special with the result and reaction to the confidence vote in Prime Minister Theresa May has been pushed back to 8.30pm.
Theresa May faces a leadership challenge from Tory MPs after delaying a Commons vote on her Brexit deal.
The scale of the school staffing crisis in the north-east has been laid bare in figures revealing hundreds of thousands of pounds were spent on teacher relocation packages in the last year.
Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday to meet the European Union’s top official under pressure from Tory Brexiteers to secure further concessions.
The Conservatives will be stuck with Theresa May as leader for the next general election unless they move to get rid of her now, Jacob Rees-Mogg has warned.
Theresa May will travel to Brussels on Wednesday for Brexit talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Theresa May’s DUP allies have delivered a warning shot across the bows after accusing the Prime Minister of breaking fundamental promises on Brexit.
Downing Street says a return to frontline politics by David Cameron would be a matter for him.
Shadow education minister Angela Rayner has labelled the rumoured return of David Cameron to frontline politics as “bizarre”.
Scottish Conservative interim leader Jackson Carlaw has branded the SNP’s first 18 months at the helm of Scotland’s biggest council as an “abject failure”.
Brexit negotiations must be tied up by the end of next month to allow new laws to be put in place in time for exit day, Dominic Raab has said.
Theresa May has been warned she is “drinking in the last chance saloon” as furious Tories demanded she attends a so-called show trial.
Theresa May namechecked the NHS more than Brexit in her conference speech, and did not utter the word Chequers once.
Theresa May will want her leader’s speech to the Tory Party conference to be memorable – but not for the reasons it hit the headlines last year.
Personal details of senior Cabinet ministers, including their mobile phone numbers, have been leaked to the public by a major security breach in the Conservative Party’s official conference app.