Iraqi politicians have missed another deadline to name a new prime minister because of disagreements over which is the largest bloc in parliament.
Britain took a big step closer to leaving the EU as Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal was backed by a large majority of MPs.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has insisted Leave and Remain labels are now defunct as he moved to push Brexit legislation through Parliament.
Boris Johnson has appointed Copeland MP Trudy Harrison as his aide in Parliament.
Boris Johnson has reiterated his opposition to a second vote on Scottish independence during a call with Nicola Sturgeon, despite her saying it is now a “democratic right”.
Boris Johnson has come under fire for his lack of empathy over the treatment of a four-year-old boy who was left sleeping on the floor of a hospital because of a bed shortage.
It was “shameful” that Boris Johnson did not take part in a General Election debate on climate change, Sir David Attenborough has said.
Boris Johnson has insisted he wants an “unbridled” media after Labour accused the Tories of wanting to “restrict the free press” by threatening Channel 4.
The businesswoman at the centre of a controversy involving Prime Minister Boris Johnson says she wished he had declared their personal relationship as a potential conflict of interest to avoid her “humiliation”.
One of Jennifer Arcuri’s industry colleagues claims she boasted of having Boris Johnson “wrapped around her little finger” after he attended one of her company’s conferences.
Boris Johnson has broken his booze ban for a second time on the election trail.
As the election campaign officially got under way, not all voters in Boris Johnson’s Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency appeared convinced the Prime Minister should retain his seat.
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.
Jeremy Corbyn has said that Labour will be very happy to fight a general election once “all vestiges” of a no-deal Brexit have been taken off the table.
Boris Johnson will tonight offer MPs the chance to vote on a motion of no confidence in his government.
Scotland’s Rural Affairs Secretary, Fergus Ewing, has accused the prime minister of trying to renege on his promise to return £160 million of EU convergence funds to Scottish farmers.
The man leading the campaign to get Boris Johnson into Number 10 has appealed for people to see beyond the “caricatures” of the front-runner for the Tory leadership.
Prominent Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg visited Aberdeen yesterday to whip up support among local Tories for Boris Johnson’s bid to become the next Prime Minister.
Ruth Davidson yesterday formally backed Jeremy Hunt to become prime minister, arguing he is the best candidate to protect the Union.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has said he would like to become the next prime minister, adding that he will “sort this pile of shit out”.
Tory rising star Andrew Bowie has backed health secretary Matt Hancock to succeed his boss in Number 10.
Rylan Clark-Neal has criticised the Government for taking the “shine” away from the Spice Girls reunion.
‘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.
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s newest Brexit Withdrawal Agreement in parliament today.
In a televised address from 10 Downing Street, Theresa May said that it was “a matter of great personal regret for me” that Brexit will not go ahead on March 29.
A grotesque puppet of Margaret Thatcher which featured on satirical series Spitting Image is up for auction.
Jeremy Clarkson has castigated the issue of Brexit and branded the leave process a “complete clusterf***” as the Prime Minister’s deal was roundly rejected by MPs.
A Blue Toon bear which was handmade by a north-east learning disabilities charity has been gifted to the prime minister.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has vowed to “stand full square” behind moves to “clean up” parliament in the wake of claims bullying has been allowed to thrive in the House of Commons.
Theresa May has sent a warning to the EU, saying the organisation and the UK remain a "long way apart" in Brexit negotiations.
Prime Minister Theresa May has called on retailers to provide competitive wages and bonus schemes for staff amid a furious row over workers’ contracts at Sainsbury’s.
John Cleese has again threatened to leave the UK after MPs decided not to go ahead with the second phase of the Leveson Inquiry.