Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott has been admitted to hospital after suffering a stroke.
Britain’s last five prime ministers have gathered to pay tribute to a former cabinet secretary hailed by Theresa May as the “greatest public servant of our time”.
Senior figures from across the political spectrum have gathered at Westminster Abbey for a memorial service to celebrate the life and work of a former cabinet secretary.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has criticised plans for a citizens’ assembly in Scotland, claiming they “lack ambition”.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has branded the move to means-test free TV licences “the wrong decision”.
David Knight: That’s not the way to do it – comparing politics to Punch and Judy is an insult to slapstick
Talk about giving Punch and Judy a bad name.
Gordon Brown has ripped into the SNP, accusing the party of pursuing an “extreme” version of independence.
The Electoral Commission has launched a review into the Brexit Party’s financial systems and will visit the party’s headquarters on Tuesday.
Gordon Brown has called for an investigation to be carried out into the finances of Nigel Farage and the Brexit Party.
Nigel Farage accused Gordon Brown of mounting a smear campaign after the former prime minister demanded an urgent investigation into Brexit Party funding.
Gordon Brown is to call for an urgent investigation into Brexit Party funding.
Scotland is facing 50 years of constitutional conflict unless it can break free from the “Punch and Judy Show” between the SNP and Conservatives, Gordon Brown will warn.
The divisions in the UK caused by Brexit are so “deep and pervasive” that they could take a generation to reconcile, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned.
Theresa May clocked up 1,000 days as Prime Minister on Monday April 8.
The decision over whether to continue providing free TV licences for the over-75s should not be made by the BBC, former prime minister Gordon Brown has said.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
Former British prime minister Gordon Brown weighed in on the BiFab contracts row yesterday, writing a personal letter to the director of the Belgian company who could decide the Scottish firm’s fate.
Last week I went to a memorial service for somebody you have never heard of.
North-east Conservative MSP Ross Thomson has hit out at Scotland's surviving first ministers, claiming they are out of touch with ordinary people in their homeland.
A former Labour Cabinet minister has warned that the "bell is tolling" for the Union - and the country must "reform or die".
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Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is today expected to make an impassioned plea about why Labour must be elected to lead the next UK Government.
Gordon Brown has pledged that every Scottish food bank will get a £5,000 payment on the first day of a Labour government.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has urged a north-east SNP Westminster candidate not to vote for himself.
Nick Clegg has poured cold water on the prospect of a "rainbow coalition" of several parties – branding it a "messy” way to govern.
Gordon Brown was parachuted in to try to bolster Labour’s battle to save its Scottish seats yesterday as the party pledged to spend an extra £800million north of the border.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has confirmed he is to stand down as an MP at the next general election.
Gordon Brown has branded Conservative devolution plans a "Trojan horse" that could lead to Scots being unable to hold the office of prime minister again.
The UK faces a fresh threat to its existence because of the deep divisions over plans for a constitutional shake-up, it was claimed yesterday.
Gordon Brown's return to prominence during the Scottish referendum has been compared to Cheryl Cole's comeback on the X Factor.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown as called for the people of Scotland to "unite around a common purpose" following the result of the independence referendum.
Alex Salmond has fallen on his sword after voters rejected his lifelong political dream of Scottish independence.