Members of the parliamentary inquiry into fake news have been targeted by an anonymous group which may have spent £250,000 spreading pro-Brexit messages on Facebook.
Members of the parliamentary enquiry into fake news have been targeted by an anonymous group which may have spent £250,000 spreading pro-Brexit messages on Facebook.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to march on the streets of London later demanding a people's vote on Brexit.
HMS Queen Elizabeth - the biggest warship in the British naval fleet - has sailed into New York for a week-long visit.
Facebook has hired former deputy prime minister Sir Nick Clegg as the head of its global affairs and communications team.
An Irish presidential candidate is considering dropping out of the race following criticism for comments he made about the Traveller community.
A Tory MP once tipped as a rising star looks certain to face a severe reprimand after dismissing Theresa May's government as a "s**tshow".
Theresa May has seen an EU summit pass with no Brexit breakthrough as she was hit by a growing backlash over plans to lengthen the UK's transition period.
The New Zealand-born veteran Tory MP Sir Paul Beresford is a dentist by profession and still practises part-time.
Dr Liam Fox has pulled out of a conference in Saudi Arabia, following the disappearance and alleged murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A minister has praised "good housekeeping" by civil servants for uncovering an error that saw tens of thousands of disabled people underpaid benefits.
John Bercow has refused to confirm whether he will quit as Speaker next summer.
Theresa May is facing a backlash from Brexiteers for indicating the UK could extend the Brexit transition period to the end of 2021.
After the late drama of Salzburg summit, October's summit had to be a more predictable affair.
EU leaders have agreed "not enough progress" has been achieved in Brexit talks and have shelved plans for a special summit next month to sign off on a UK divorce deal.
The Prime Minister is set to call on EU leaders to introduce "a robust sanctions regime" to deter cyber attacks.
No 10 is considering dropping the February recess in order to have enough Commons time to push through Brexit legislation.
John McDonnell has risked antagonising the Democratic Unionist Party by declaring that he longs for a united Ireland.
Britain is one of the worst offenders for giving foreign aid contracts to its own firms rather than boosting the economies of developing nations, a new report warns.