The PM also paid tribute to the "heroes" in the emergency services who responded to the Grenfell Tower fire and "abhorrent" terror attacks.Read the full story ›
Tory ex-minister Anna Soubry accuses Mr Green's supporters of 'launching an attack' on the woman who accused him of inappropriate conduct.Read the full story ›
Downing Street has denied claims it was aware of a "pattern of behaviour" around axed Cabinet minister Damian Green.Read the full story ›
The prime minister's de facto deputy will leave his role after he was found to have breached the ministerial code.Read the full story ›
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage has described the latest news on Brexit deal as a 'humiliation' for Britain.Read the full story ›
Lively political debate, as we end a year that few could have predicted. A look back at 2017 and the General Election...Read the full story ›
The plight of the homeless has been particularly acute over the last week as evening temperatures plummeted.
It's thought that more people will be sleeping rough this Christmas than ever before. But in Brighton a new European strategy to end homelessness has hit the streets - a city where rough sleepers have increased ten-fold since 2010.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to rough sleepers Paul Whiteman, Kayleigh Hannah and Chris Hughes, as well as organiser of Galvanise Brighton Kerry Holgate and volunteer Ellie Jack.
Protestors who say universal credit is leaving people in debt and facing eviction take to the streetsRead the full story ›
Christchurch residents to vote over super-councilRead the full story ›
The Ashford MP Damian Green again denies pornography claims about a computer in his office, after new allegations emerge.Read the full story ›