The Labour leader says the current UK economic model is "broken" and his party will not "sit back" as homelessness and inequality spiral.Read the full story ›
Dozens of email accounts were compromised in the "sustained and determined" attack in June.Read the full story ›
In a set of tweets in which he rowed back from his comments, Philip Hammond instead referred to the UK's "friends and partners in the EU".Read the full story ›
"It's a Government in chaos," the Labour leader said as he challenged Mrs May in her first PMQs since her disastrous Tory conference speech.Read the full story ›
Georgina Chapman has said the widespread allegations of sexual harassment against her disgraced husband are "unforgivable".Read the full story ›
The gap between Scotland and Westminster has "never been wider" Nicola Sturgeon has said at the Scottish National Party conference in Glasgow, as she pledged the SNP will "always" make the case for independence.
The Scottish First Minister had been forced to delay plans for a second Scottish independence referendum, after suffering heavy losses in June's snap general election.
While she insisted her party still has a mandate to hold such a vote, she said she would "respect" the desire for greater clarity over Brexit before Scots go to the polls again.
- ITV News correspondent Peter Smith reports
Regional authorities say 90% of those who voted on October 1 were in favour of independence and declared the results of the vote valid.Read the full story ›
The prime minister had to battle through a series of unfortunate events including a prankster handing her a P45.Read the full story ›