The Government's Prevent strategy should be broadened and focus on all communities to stop Muslims feeling singled out, Jeremy Corbyn has suggested.
Ukip's role in British politics is "not over by a long shot" despite the resignation of the party's only MP Douglas Carswell, Nigel Farage has claimed.
Encrypted messaging services like WhatsApp should build back doors into their systems so intelligence agencies can read suspected terrorists' messages during investigations, the Home Secretary has said.
Chancellor Philip Hammond's property firm has been handed a business rates cut of more than £12,000 over the next five years, as the Government hits thousands of other companies with crippling hikes.
A senior civil servant who has been working to ensure the UK stays together has been moved to the Brexit department amid fresh calls for Scottish independence.
"Hero" MP Tobias Ellwood has said he is "heartbroken" that his efforts to save the life of a police officer during the Westminster terror attack were ultimately unsuccessful.
Food and drink manufacturers, retailers and farmers have called on Theresa May to ensure they continue to enjoy tariff-free trade with the European Union after Brexit.
Douglas Carswell is facing calls to trigger a by-election after quitting as Ukip's only MP and plunging the party into fresh turmoil.
Britain should not be afraid of debt or borrowing money to fund investment, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
The Labour Party must show "a new spirit of solidarity" and end internal splits and divisions, shadow chancellor John McDonnell has said.
Tens of thousands of anti-Brexit demonstrators fell silent at Parliament Square in tribute to the victims of the Westminster attack.
Theresa May will give a speech vowing never to allow the UK to become "looser and weaker" ahead of meeting Nicola Sturgeon on a visit to Scotland.
George Osborne has claimed he has "overwhelming support" from his local Conservative Party in Cheshire, despite being appointed editor of London's Evening Standard.
A politician at the centre of a hoax terror threat has vowed not to be intimidated by "bullies and extremists" hell-bent on spreading fear.
Labour has formally backed the campaign against the freezing of state pensions for some British expats because it is "contrary to natural justice", Jeremy Corbyn said.
A Conservative MP has been told to apologise to the House of Commons after failing to declare his interest in a telecommunications company while taking part in parliamentary inquiries relating to the industry.
The Westminster terrorist has been named as Khalid Masood, a 52-year-old with a string of criminal convictions including possession of a knife.
A student injured in the Westminster terror attack went over the bonnet of the killer's car as the carnage began, his mother said today.
Hundreds of people were held inside parliament as police tried to determine if the car which crashed into the gates of parliament contained a bomb.
Joe Churcher, who spent 16 years at Westminster as the Press Association’s chief political correspondent before moving to the P&J, reflects on the ever-changing security measures at parliament. Denying terrorists the opportunity to strike while protecting the right of voters to access democratic institutions has always been a delicate balance.
A north MP has spoken of the "shocking" moment he witnessed the horrific terrorist attack unfolding inside the Houses of Parliament yesterday.
Labour has pressed ministers over George Osborne's new role at the London Evening Standard, insisting new business appointments should not be announced before they have been considered by the Government's advisory committee.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has made a statement following the terrorist attack in Westminster earlier today.
The Metropolitan Police officer who died in the Westminster attack joins a long list of colleagues who have been killed in the line of duty.
Five people were killed, including an unarmed police officer, and around 40 others were injured, after a knifeman brought terror to the heart of Westminster during a suspected terror attack.
Witnesses have described the terrifying scenes in London today following what police are treating as a terrorism incident.
Westminster Correspondent Lindsay Razaq describes how the drama unfolded this afternoon - saying it was like something out of an "America TV show".
The introduction of universal credit is pushing more people into debt and risking their tenancies, Social Security Secretary Angela Constance has warned.
Britain will have to pay a Brexit "divorce bill" which could reportedly reach 60 billion euros (£52 billion) because "the price of greatness is responsibility", the European Commission's chief negotiator has said, quoting Winston Churchill.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is attending a major Washington DC conference aimed at countering the Islamic State terror group as Britain seeks to play down controversies over alleged spying.
The Labour Party "will not be divided" in the battle to combat racial discrimination in all its guises, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Unite union general secretary Len McCluskey has accused Labour deputy leader Tom Watson of living in a "world of skulduggery, smears and secret plots".