Home Secretary Amber Rudd says she does not want Boris Johnson handling the Brexit process, accusing him of "backseat driving".Read the full story ›
Two days after the Parsons Green tube bomb, the Brexit Secretary warned Brussels it is in both sides' interest to continue co-operating.Read the full story ›
The Foreign Secretary has set out his own blueprint for a 'glorious' exit as he defended the much-derided Leave pledge.Read the full story ›
Electoral officials say the trial measures could help prevent electoral fraud, while critics say they will undermine democracy.Read the full story ›
A teacher told children to shun one boy as his father was a Tory MP, while the daughter of a Labour MP was also abused by party members.Read the full story ›
The US Secretary of State said Washington would stand by the UK as it faces the "unique challenges" of EU withdrawal.Read the full story ›
Diane Abbott used the n-word on live breakfast television while describing the racist and sexist abuse she receives online.
The shadow home secretary said she has been called a "n***** b****" by trolls on Twitter when she appeared on ITV's Good Morning Britain on Thursday.
According to Amnesty International, the MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington received almost half of all the abusive tweets sent to female MPs in the run-up to the general election.
The Committee on Standards in Public Life is investigating the intimidation faced by election candidates under the orders of Prime Minister Theresa May.
The culture secretary Karen Bradley has confirmed the bid for full control of Sky has been referred to the competition watchdog.Read the full story ›