Scotland’s first minister took the campaign trail to the north-east to personally back her party’s candidates in two of the most highly-contested seats in Scotland.
The SNP has been accused of "dog-whistle nationalism" after a party election flyer questioned the Scottishness of rivals.
Kevin McNamara has resigned as the Liberal Democrat candidate for Thurrock after the party opened disciplinary investigations into tweets he posted in the past.
A former adviser to Boris Johnson is facing calls to be removed as an election candidate after Labour accused him of displaying “disgusting racism” in an article written almost 17 years ago.
The Tory pledge to protect veterans from “vexatious” claims would not amount to an “amnesty”, the Defence Secretary has said.
Boris Johnson has pledged to change the law to protect Armed Forces veterans from vexatious legal action as he announced a raft of measures to support military personnel.
Nicola Sturgeon has been urged to match a Tory election pledge to hire more doctors and slash GP waiting times.
Boris Johnson has urged voters to “come with us” as he launched the Conservative Party election campaign.
If a week, in the famous old saying, is a long time in politics, then six weeks might seem like an eternity.
Boris Johnson is on course for a pre-Christmas general election after MPs finally backed his demands to go to the country in an attempt to end the Brexit deadlock.
Boris Johnson is on course for a pre-Christmas election after MPs rejected an attempt to alter the Government’s planned polling date.
Ten MPs who were expelled from the Conservative Party last month after rebelling over Brexit have had the whip restored.
Boris Johnson has said he will give MPs more time to debate his Brexit deal if they agree to an election.
Cabinet minister Michael Gove has vowed the UK will still leave the EU by Halloween, despite the Prime Minister failing to secure backing in the Commons for his Brexit deal on ‘Super Saturday’.
After Saturday’s newspapers offered advice on how MPs should vote on the EU Withdrawal Act, many of Sunday’s papers are not impressed the advice was not followed.
With a rare Saturday sitting of Parliament, Britain may today to be voted out of the European Union.
The Chancellor is set to announce £25 billion of road upgrades when he addressed the Conservative Party conference on Monday.
The mayor of Greater Manchester has condemned an “unacceptable” banner which threatened Tories as they arrived in the city for their party conference.
Long journeys to slaughter could be banned under Tory proposals to protect animal welfare after Brexit.
Boris Johnson is to announce a £200 million cash injection to replace MRI machines, CT scanners and breast screening equipment.
Jeremy Corbyn pledged to take on “the financial speculators, tax dodgers and big polluters” and lead a government on the side of working people as he set out his stall for the expected election.
Jeremy Corbyn will make his keynote speech to the Labour Party conference a day early after the Supreme Court declared the five-week prorogation of Parliament unlawful.
Labour’s deputy leader Tom Watson will seek to draw a line under the “damaging, divisive and unnecessary” failed bid to oust him.
Parliament may have been prorogued but this week is set to be a key one for Brexit with drama expected at home and abroad.
A no-deal Brexit could trigger major hold-ups at channel ports, electricity price increases, shortages of some foods and delays to medicine imports, Government documents reveal.
Boris Johnson is facing furious demands for the immediate recall of MPs to Westminster after the suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful by Scotland’s highest civil court.
Fresh Labour Party divisions have opened up over Brexit with a call from deputy leader Tom Watson for a second referendum before any general election.
Boris Johnson has sought to shore up support for his Brexit ambitions, as Labour’s deputy leader prepared to call for a second referendum before any general election.
With Boris Johnson pushing for a snap general election, a new poll has suggested the Tories could be set for heavy losses in Scotland.
The extraordinary scenes in the House of Commons last night – which saw the government lose its majority and a key vote – is the subject of editorials and comment pieces in Britain and Ireland.
Conservative MP Phillip Lee has quit the party to join the Liberal Democrats.
MPs will return to Westminster after the summer recess this week – a break which has seen new Prime Minister Boris Johnson set out his stall on Brexit, opponents planning to avoid a no-deal departure and a cut to Mr Johnson’s working majority in the Commons.