Boris Johnson clocks up the 100th day of his premiership on Thursday – the same day that the UK was originally due to leave the European Union.
Extinction Rebellion activists have been marching through London demanding action for climate change as part of the penultimate day of their “Autumn Uprising” campaign.
Boris Johnson has been meeting military chiefs in Downing Street to ensure the armed forces are “match fit” in the face of any threat to the UK.
Boris Johnson has been accused of "leading an authoritarian regime" after he decided to suspend Parliament for five weeks.
Dame Barbara Windsor asked Prime Minister Boris Johnson for a kiss during a meeting to discuss dementia.
Boris Johnson has downplayed a leaked Brexit dossier which predicted food, medicine and petrol shortages in the event of a no-deal exit.
Michael Gove pledged to deliver Brexit, strengthen the Union and prioritise “undervalued communities” as he sought to salvage his leadership campaign after revelations he had taken cocaine on several occasions in the past.
‘The second female prime minister, but certainly not the last’: Tearful Theresa May announces resignation date
The Prime Minister held back tears as she revealed the date she will be leaving her role as leader of the country.
Where to start? Heading into Monday all the talk in Westminster was on whether Theresa May could do enough to persuade her Brexiteer colleagues and the Democratic Unionists to back her deal in a third and final vote.
Ministers caved to pressure last night and agreed to seek a treaty with the EU that would safeguard citizens' rights in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Downing Street has rebuffed claims that Britain will soften its demand to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to solve the controversial Northern Ireland "backstop" issue.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed she is willing to work with Remainer Conservatives as part of a Commons coalition to stop Theresa May’s Brexit plans and prevent the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
Theresa May has sent a warning to the EU, saying the organisation and the UK remain a "long way apart" in Brexit negotiations.
Children affected by the Grenfell Tower fire have joined Theresa May in a planting session in the garden of number 10 Downing Street.
Reports have emerged that counter-terror police foiled an alleged plot to bomb Downing Street and murder Prime Minister Theresa May.
Here is the full text of Prime Minister Theresa May’s statement from Downing Street:
Theresa May has announced plans to call a snap General Election.
Theresa May has called for a snap General Election on June 8 in an unexpected statement outside Downing Street this morning.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned Theresa May she will press ahead with plans for a second independence referendum with or without "constructive discussion" with the UK Government.
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.
Downing Street has dismissed a leaked memo that suggested the Conservative Government has no plan for Brexit.
Anti-cuts groups pelted Downing Street with balls in protest against austerity, as Chancellor George Osborne delivered his first all-Tory Budget.
The Number 10 entrance is regarded as one of the most secure doors in Britain, due to the men and woman who enter the building, it needs to be safely guarded.
An anti-monarchy group has called for the Queen to be censured over claims she intervened in the Scottish referendum while on a visit to the north-east.
David Cameron has pledged to slash taxes, cut immigration and protect the NHS in an emotional and populist pitch for another five years as prime minister.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is due to meet British Prime Minister David Cameron at Downing Street today, drawing both protests and a crowd of supporters.