The Labour Party must back a second referendum on Brexit in order to defeat Nigel Farage's "backward-looking brand of politics", Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has said.
The prime minister has used her Easter message to highlight the "danger" facing Christians, while Jeremy Corbyn focused on the refugee crisis.
Information on public services - from renewing a passport to the state pension - can now be accessed through voice-activated smart speakers and virtual assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
Conservative councillors in Derbyshire have voted to go on "strike" and not help candidates campaign in the upcoming European elections, in an extraordinary show of local defiance to the national party.
The UK cannot delay Brexit indefinitely and must stop wasting time, the European commission chief has said.
Diane Abbott says she is "sincerely sorry for drinking on TfL" after a picture emerged of the Labour MP enjoying a cocktail on her commute.
The Prime Minister lent a hand at a Good Friday race, marshalling participants in the annual Maidenhead Easter 10.
Labour is facing a call to apologise for wishing Jews a "happy Passover" with a graphic including a loaf of bread.
A row has erupted at the centre of UKIP over one of the party's election candidates refusing to apologise for saying he "wouldn't even rape" a Labour MP.
A pro-Brexit online troll who told Labour MP David Lammy to "go back to the jungle" has been jailed for nearly 10 months.
UKIP's leader has dismissed Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, telling Sky News it is "not a proper political party".
The Kentish seaport of Ramsgate played an unwanted cameo role in the unfolding saga of Brexit.
More than half of people believe Labour has a "serious antisemitism problem", a new poll has revealed.
The possibility of a technological solution to the Brexit Northern Ireland border issue could be more than a decade away, according to a Home Office document seen by Sky News.
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party are set to win next month's European Parliament elections, according to a new poll.
The final cost of fixing errors caused by reforms to sickness and disability benefits could be as high as £1bn, MPs have warned.
A review of the automatic disclosure of the criminal records of some job applicants has been ordered by the home secretary.
Sats tests would be abolished under a future Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn has announced.
A senior Labour frontbencher has been caught on film claiming Zionists are "the enemy of peace", after previously denying making the comment.
Amber Rudd has said she is keeping the "door slightly ajar" when it comes to the prospect of running to succeed Theresa May.