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.
MSP demands DWP reverses raft of ‘discriminatory measures’ facing north-east residents with sensory impairment
A city MSP has called on the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) to reverse a raft of “discriminatory measures” facing blind and deaf people in the north-east.
Amber Rudd said she is “keeping the door slightly ajar” to a possible run to be prime minister as she played down suggestions she would team up with Boris Johnson on a joint ticket to replace Theresa May.
Tories are jostling for position to succeed Theresa May, with a potential alliance between Boris Johnson and Amber Rudd seen by supporters as a way of bridging the party’s Brexit divide.
Bodyguard star Keeley Hawes has said she finds it “weird” to be in demand as an actor after years of hard work.
Pensions dashboards enabling people to see details of their retirement savings in one place have been given the green light, with initial industry models expected this year.
Benefit claimants with autism will soon be able to use an app to take a “virtual reality Jobcentre walkthrough”.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has apologised to Diane Abbott after describing her as a “coloured woman”.
Amber Rudd has slammed the Scottish Government's decision to delay the full devolution of benefit powers from Westminster to Holyrood.
Disabled people should not feel as though they are being “put on trial” for claiming state benefits, Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has said.
Hundreds of thousands of disabled pensioners will no longer have to undergo “unnecessary” repeat assessments for disability benefits, Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd is to announce.
Harold Wilson famously said that a “week is a long time in politics” – and the week ahead certainly promises to be crammed with Brexit driven headlines and potentially defining for Theresa May.
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.
Sajid Javid has been appointed the new home secretary after Amber Rudd resigned last night.
Jeremy Corbyn needs to do more to tackle anti-Semitism in the Labour Party, comedian James Acaster has said.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd was forced to offer a clarification after appearing to suggest the government’s stance on leaving the customs union after Brexit could shift.
A judge has upheld Home Secretary Amber Rudd’s decision to send home an American couple who have spent about £400,000 on their award-winning Inverness guesthouse.
Aberdeen MP Ross Thomson has urged Scottish ministers to follow the UK Government’s lead in clamping down on sales of blades to children and teenagers.
Acid attack convictions in Scotland could carry life sentences in Scotland, following a crackdown on the use of corrosive substances.
US couple ran successful guest house in Inverness for six years… And now they are fighting being deported
A US couple ordered back to America by Amber Rudd yesterday took their fight to stay in the Highlands to the highest civil court in the land.
Theresa May has defended the decision to close a key route into the UK for unaccompanied child refugees.
They don't often agree, but Nicola Sturgeon and Kezia Dugdale have rounded on Theresa May, branding her vision for Brexit "ugly" and "toxic".
Theresa May continued to bring in sweeping changes to the Cabinet yesterday, with Michael Gove among the biggest casualties.
Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom has fuelled speculation the department for energy and climate change (Decc) could be scrapped in Theresa May’s Cabinet reshuffle.
The UK Government will not take forward a project designed to cut electricity bills for thousands of families in the north and north-east of Scotland.