The former Liberal Democrat leader and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has written to constituents in Sheffield Hallam saying that he does not want to be re-selected as the Lib Dem Parliamentary candidate.
"It is good of Nick Clegg to make this decision so promptly because, with the possibility of another early general election, the party is already looking at selections for the next election."
Homes on the Shimmer estate in Doncaster will be bulldozed for the route linking the north-west, Yorkshire and East Midlands with London.Read the full story ›
Ministers should spend £1 million to save 300 Nestle jobs after finding £1billion to protect Theresa May's position, Labour has said.Read the full story ›
The Brexit Secretary's comments come after Chancellor Philip Hammond's remarks that no EU deal would "very, very bad" for the UK.Read the full story ›
Many of the 27 Bills and draft bills are dominated by preparations for Brexit.Read the full story ›
Julian Smith, the Conservative MP for Skipton and Ripon has been appointed Deputy Chief Whip by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Meanwhile, John Hayes, the MP for South Holland and The Deepings has been given a ministerial role in the Department of Transport.
Robert Goodwill, who is the Conservative MP for Scarborough and Whitby, will work under education secretary Justine Greening.Read the full story ›
Protests take place against a proposed alliance on government, as a petition against a deal attracted over half a million signatures.Read the full story ›
Paul Nuttall has resigned as Ukip leader after his party failed to gain a single seat in Westminster.
The Ukip leader only managed to gain third place in Boston and Skegness as he failed to take the constituency which had the highest Leave vote in the EU Referendum.
He said: "I'm standing down today as the leader of UKIP with immediate effect. This will allow the party to have a new leader in place by the conference in September."
If an exit poll which suggests the Conservatives have not won an overall majority is correct then "there will be another election soon", says Ed Balls.
The ex-Labour shadow Chancellor told ITV News that because the Liberals, Labour and the SNP have ruled out any coalitions with the Tories, we will not be in "coalition territory".
Mr Balls said: "We're going to be in a very, very unstable hung parliament, if this is correct there will be a second election soon".