Theresa May sidestepped an opportunity to bring Boris Johnson into line over Brexit - insisting she does not want a Cabinet of "yes men".Read the full story ›
- Video report by Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen
Boris Johnson has been warned "no one is unsackable" after his recent clashes with the prime minister.
The Foreign Secretary is due to give a speech at the Tory conference on Tuesday, while Theresa May will speak on Wednesday.
After his recent efforts to harden the prime minister's stance on Brexit, former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith said: "Nobody in government is unsackable.
"From the top to the way down. The answer is the prime minister has the job of deciding who should be in and who should be out."
The ease with which Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock built up and transported his deadly arsenal has brought the US laws into question.Read the full story ›
Theresa May will attempt to win over younger voters with announcements on tuition fees and home-buying at the Conservative Party conference.Read the full story ›
Speaking ahead of the Tory party conference, the prime minister pledged to listen to younger voters after a "disappointing election".Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Political Correspondent Emily Morgan
Theresa May has warned that the failings of the free market economy must be addressed if it is to continue to enjoy public support.
The Prime Minister said that abandoning the market and adopting "ideologically extreme" polices instead would simply hurt the poorest and most vulnerable in society.
Her comments, in a speech to mark 20 years of operational independence at the Bank of England, came the day after Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn warned that capitalism was facing a "crisis of legitimacy".
Mrs May insisted that a free market economy, operating under the right rules and regulations, remained the "greatest agent of collective human progress ever created".
Speaking to Nato troops in Estonia, the PM said the UK will remain committed to the security of Europe after Britain pulls out of the EU.Read the full story ›
Theresa May also said that a balanced approach to public spending is key in ensuring a strong economy.Read the full story ›
The EC President said he welcomed a "more realistic tone" as he left discussions with Theresa May, but said more work had to be done.Read the full story ›