The Press and Journal’s long-time Parliamentary Lobby Correspondent David Perry has died after a very short illness.
Rumours are swirling around Westminster of a leadership coup against Theresa May with Owen Paterson the latest MP to say he has written to 1922 Committee chairman Sir Graham Brady.
Theresa May has called off tomorrow night’s crunch Commons vote on her Brexit deal in the face of almost certain defeat.
Some of the most marginalised people in society are being worst hit by a combination of tax, spending and local services cuts, a study has suggested.
On my first day back after maternity leave, my greatest achievement was probably buying a suffragette bath duck from the Commons shop as a gift for my daughter.
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.
Trafalgar Square is set to receive a “Disney-like” Christmas tree from Norway after a 71-year-old annual tree-felling ceremony.
Scotland’s First Minister has warned that Brexit must not be a “false choice” between the deal Theresa May has presented and no deal.
Police have released footage of the moment a man slices an unsuspecting woman across the bottom during a late night attack in Westminster before casually strolling off.
As Brexit chaos reigns supreme in Westminster, here are answers to the top questions on Brexit that people in Northern and the Republic of Ireland have asked Google in the last four hours.
Representatives from Northern Ireland parties have said that the draft agreement for Brexit is an opportunity to look at the glass “half-full”.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has said the draft Brexit agreement could present economic benefits for Northern Irish business.
An anti-Brexit protester stole the show on the BBC News channel on Wednesday morning, making every effort to distract from a serious interview on Britain’s departure from the EU.
The customs expert who wrote a report for the European Parliament on the solution to the border post-Brexit did not visit the Irish border at the time.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
“I hope we may say that thus, this fateful morning, came an end to all wars”.
Top lawyer Gemma White QC has been appointed to lead a new inquiry into the working conditions of MPs’ staff after Dame Laura Cox’s report found a culture of bullying.
“You haven’t missed much…”
Myleene Klass showed off her chic sense of style as she arrived at a performance of the opera Porgy And Bess in London.
The leadership of the House of Commons has acknowledged an “institutional failure” to tackle bullying and harassment in Parliament.
The House of Commons Commission has backed the recommendations in a damning report which laid bare how a toxic culture in Parliament allowed bullying and harassment to thrive.
The Commons authorities will consider how to respond to a damning report which laid bare how a toxic culture in Parliament allowed bullying and harassment to thrive.
Pressure on Speaker John Bercow over the bullying of Commons staff has intensified after three Tory MPs quit a committee he set up to improve “inclusion” at Westminster.
Westminster bids to amend abortion laws in Northern Ireland represent a “crucial opportunity” for reform, pro-choice campaigners have said.
Almost two-thirds of people in Northern Ireland want local politicians to make the decisions on the region’s abortion laws, a new poll has suggested.
Theresa May has told MPs that complaints of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party have been “investigated and appropriate action has been taken”.
Jurors at the inquest into the death of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood were visibly upset as they viewed graphic video of his murderous rampage.
An inquest is due to begin later today into the death of Westminster attacker Khalid Masood.
The widow of murdered Pc Keith Palmer has said he was left to die “with no protection” after a coroner found his death could have been prevented.
The widow of Pc Keith Palmer has criticised “lax security” at the Palace of Westminster as a coroner found his death may have been prevented.
The chief coroner has called for “distressing” pictures of victims of the Westminster attack to be removed from the internet.
An American tourist whose husband died saving her life in the Westminster Bridge attack has sent “love and compassion” to the family of his killer Khalid Masood.