France has warned Boris Johnson that it will not be "blackmailed" into accepting a "bad" post-Brexit trade deal because of his refusal to extend the transition period.
Sir Keir Starmer has told Sky News that he is not being "presumptuous" in the race for the Labour leadership - and has not talked to anyone about jobs in the shadow cabinet.
The new chancellor will have to raise taxes if the government's plan to "level up" the country is to be financially responsible, according to a study.
The Cabinet Office is looking for a civil servant to oversee HR policy for ministers' advisers, amid reported concerns about their treatment by Number 10.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has dismissed claims that MI5 doesn't trust her and that she bullied her department's most senior civil servant.
More than 580,000 Labour Party members will start voting for Jeremy Corbyn's successor today ahead of the winner being revealed on 4 April.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is ready to begin trade talks with the US within the coming fortnight, according to a report.
Lisa Nandy has admitted having a "pause for thought" before signing a pro-transgender pledge that has blown up into a Labour row.
Diane Abbott has confirmed she will not remain in the shadow cabinet when the next Labour leader is elected.
The new environment secretary has dismissed fears that chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef could be rolled out in UK supermarkets.
In any profession, there's a line between being a demanding boss and a straight-up bully. The question being asked in Westminster at the moment is - did Priti Patel cross it?
UK politicians could face having bright red and orange badges added beneath their tweets if they post lies and misinformation.
Britain's new Chancellor Rishi Sunak is facing less financial wriggle room ahead of his first budget after the UK recorded a smaller-than-expected surplus.
A draft conclusion that the Home Office was "institutionally racist" over its "hostile environment" policy towards migrants has been removed from a delayed report into the Windrush scandal, it has emerged.
Tony Blair's plea for Labour not to start a "culture war" over transgender people's rights has sparked fury from one of the party's deputy leadership candidates.
A bullying allegations row has broken out over the home secretary's alleged treatment of her department's most senior civil servant.
Jeremy Corbyn says he would be "happy" to carry on serving as a senior member of Labour's top team.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has declared Julian Assange "innocent" and subject to an attempt by the "establishment" to "victimise" the Wikileaks founder ahead of an extradition hearing.
Dozens of business leaders could be forced to relinquish their roles as advisers to the prime minister as part of a shake-up of Boris Johnson's engagements with industry bosses.
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has raised the prospect of his party teaming up with the Liberal Democrats if they are to win power again.