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Corbyn would back Brexit vote - but prefers an election

Jeremy Corbyn has said he would back a second EU referendum if Labour members demand he do so at his ...View More

Dawn Butler sparks row at Labour Party Conference

Labour went back to the 80s as the party returned to Liverpool for its party conference.  ...View More

Farage launches campaign against 'Brexit betrayal'

Nigel Farage has told a rally of supporters that the EU are a "bunch of gangsters" and a campaign is ...View More

McDonnell: No borrowing needed to renationalise rail

John McDonnell has said Britain's rail industry can be renationalised without the need to borrow mon ...View More

Momentum challenges for 'mainstream' Labour conference

It says a lot about how much Labour has changed since Jeremy Corbyn became leader that the battle th ...View More

Hunt warns EU: Don't mistake politeness for weakness

The foreign secretary warned the EU not to "mistake British politeness for weakness" as he backed Th ...View More

Brexit deal 'still possible' despite Chequers rejection

EU leaders have insisted a Brexit deal remains possible despite flatly rejecting the Chequers propos ...View More

May's calm anger is a bid to balance humiliation

If there was any doubt how shaken the prime minister was by the very public snub of her Chequers pla ...View More

PM demands 'respect' from EU amid Brexit 'impasse'

Theresa May has demanded "respect" from the EU a day after the bloc rejected her Brexit strategy at  ...View More

EU brands PM 'uncompromising' over Brexit ultimatum

Theresa May has demanded "respect" from the EU after the bloc's leaders rejected her Brexit strategy ...View More

EU stresses its 'respect' for May over Brexit plan

Theresa May has demanded "respect" from the EU after the bloc's leaders rejected her Brexit strategy ...View More

Backstop? Cliff edge? Brexit jargon explained

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Brexit Day is only six months away and politicians and the med ...View More

UKIP leader links sexual grooming of girls to Islam

UKIP leader Gerard Batten has linked Islam to the "industrialised sexual exploitation" of girls acro ...View More

EU told to 'engage on substance' after Chequers criticism

The European Union has been told it needs to "engage on the substance" of what Britain is putting fo ...View More

UKIP admit 'similarities' with Trump over new Muslim policy

UKIP have admitted there are "similarities" between the party's new stance towards Muslim migrants a ...View More

EU tells Theresa May her Chequers plan 'will not work'

Theresa May is defiantly sticking by her Chequers strategy for Brexit, despite the EU insisting a ke ...View More

Dangerous game of no-deal chicken could spell end for PM

A prime minister left isolated in a place and at a moment where she badly needed some friends.  ...View More

Railways 'bursting at the seams', Grayling admits

The transport secretary has admitted that Britain's railways are "bursting at the seams" but sa ...View More

Government admits railways are not fit for purpose

The Transport Secretary has announced a "sweeping" review designed to transform Britain's railways.  ...View More

PM loyalist: Brexit proposal 'dead as a dodo'

A senior Tory MP previously regarded as a Theresa May loyalist has broken ranks and dismissed her Ch ...View More

May rallies EU leaders with 'not perfect' Chequers plan

Theresa May has tried to rally EU leaders for a divorce deal to tackle the "uniquely complex situati ...View More

Don't travel to Iran, dual-nationals warned

British-Iranian dual nationals have been warned by the UK Foreign Office against all but essential t ...View More

Britain told to 'rework' Irish border proposals

Britain has been told it must "rework" its proposals on the Irish border as the Brexit negotiations  ...View More

May tells EU: It's your turn to compromise now

Theresa May has declared it is the EU's turn to compromise, as she sat down for crunch talks with Eu ...View More

Where are we at with Brexit? Your questions answered

EU leaders are meeting in the Austrian city of Salzburg over the next two days with plenty to discus ...View More

Govt to look 'closely' at Sky's election debate campaign

Sky News' campaign to make TV debates a permanent fixture of general elections will be looked at "ve ...View More

Barnier boost for May ahead of crucial summit

Theresa May is travelling to Mozart's birthplace, Salzburg, in a bid to find some much-needed harmon ...View More

May's £2bn pledge for new affordable homes

Theresa May has pledged a £2bn handout to housing associations in a bid to provide tens of tho ...View More

May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU talks

Theresa May appeared to receive a significant Brexit boost on the eve of a crucial EU summit when Mi ...View More

Cable calls for Corbyn's removal over Brexit vote

Sir Vince Cable has called for Jeremy Corbyn's removal as Labour leader if he fails to back a fresh  ...View More

Tories' 100,000 net migration cap 'not policy'

The Conservatives' key promise to keep net migration under 100,000 has been branded a "political tar ...View More

Lib Dems 'Glee Club' takes aim at Cable and Farron

Liberal Democrat members have taken aim at party leader Sir Vince Cable and former chief Tim Farron  ...View More

Corbyn backs Sky's election TV debate campaign

Jeremy Corbyn has backed Sky News' campaign for an independent commission to run TV debates between  ...View More

Cable dares May to deny Brexiteers' 'erotic spasm'

Sir Vince Cable will call on Theresa May to show "true leadership" and ignore hardline Tory Brexitee ...View More

Leaders' TV debates backed by young voters - poll

Harry Carr, head of Sky DataThe vast majority of Britons think politicians try to avoid answering vo ...View More

Ex-Tory donor: May 'worst person' to negotiate Brexit

Britain couldn't have a "worse person" than Theresa May negotiating Brexit, a former Conservative do ...View More

Clegg: Leaders' TV debates should be immovable

Sir Nick Clegg was one of three party leaders to be grilled by voters during live head-to-head TV de ...View More

Cable admits 'regret' over austerity link to Brexit

Sir Vince Cable has admitted his "regret" the austerity policies of the coalition government may hav ...View More

May's Brexit plan the 'right one for now' - Gove

Theresa May's Brexit plan is the "right one for now" but a future prime minister could still alter B ...View More

Future PM 'could change UK's relationship with EU'

Theresa May's Brexit plan is the "right one for now" but a future prime minister could still alter B ...View More

Sky News launches election TV debate campaign

Sky News is launching a campaign for an independent commission to organise TV debates between leader ...View More

Sadiq Khan's Brexit referendum call 'troubling'

Holding a referendum on the final Brexit deal would be a "profound mistake", Michael Gove has said.  ...View More

Labour trying to 'frustrate' Brexit process, Tories claim

Labour is "only interested in frustrating" Brexit and is attempting to delay the UK's departure from ...View More

Lib Dem deputy Jo Swinson hints at leader bid

Sir Vince Cable has admitted it's "uncertain" whether he'll be Liberal Democrat leader by the end of ...View More

Davidson rules out Tory leadership 'for sake of relationship'

The Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson has ruled out taking the party's top job for the sak ...View More

Ruth Davidson rules out becoming next Tory leader

The Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson has ruled out taking the party's top job for the sak ...View More

Sadiq Khan calls for second Brexit vote

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for another Brexit vote, saying the British public should get  ...View More

Cable urges Lib Dem members to back party reforms

Sir Vince Cable has urged Liberal Democrat members to back his bid to turn the party into a centrist ...View More

Blair: A new centrist party 'may be impossible'

Tony Blair has called on Labour MPs and members unhappy with the direction of the party not to try t ...View More

Lord Heseltine predicts Boris will be Tory leader

Boris Johnson looks likely to become the next Conservative leader but the move will probably divide  ...View More

Lord Heseltine predicts Johnson will be Tory leader

Boris Johnson looks likely to become the next Conservative leader but the move will probably divide  ...View More

Carney: 'Chequers deal could boost economy by £16bn'

The Bank of England governor has reportedly said Britain's economy could enjoy a boost worth billion ...View More

Who could be the next Liberal Democrat leader?

Liberal Democrats enter their annual conference on Saturday with leader Sir Vince Cable planning a m ...View More

Labour would likely vote down any Brexit deal - Thornberry

Labour would likely vote against any Brexit deal Theresa May secures with Brussels, a senior frontbe ...View More

Gina Miller rules out Lib Dem leadership bid

Gina Miller has ruled out running to be the leader of the Liberal Democrats and warned that creating ...View More

MP makes history by taking her baby into Commons debate

An MP who is the first to take a baby into a Commons debate has said she hopes the move will send a  ...View More

Johnson calls novichok suspects 'murderers' and dares them to sue

Boris Johnson has branded the two Russians suspected of poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal "murderer ...View More

Plan to bring thousands of UKIP voters to Tories

The former UKIP donor Arron Banks has told Sky News that he wants to recruit 50,000 new members into ...View More

Plan to bring thousands of UKIP members to Tories

The former UKIP donor Arron Banks has told Sky News that he wants to recruit 50,000 new members into ...View More

'No-deal' Brexit warnings weigh heavily on cabinet

Passports and driving licences no longer valid in Europe, mobile phone roaming charges legal again,  ...View More

Corbyn ally: Israel created Labour's antisemitism row

A union boss and Jeremy Corbyn ally has suggested Israel created Labour's antisemitism row to distra ...View More

May should sort Brexit deal then go - former policy chief

Theresa May should leave office once she has agreed a Brexit deal with Brussels and steered it throu ...View More

Government rejects buffer zones at abortion clinics

Campaigners have reacted with fury after the government decided against introducing buffer zones out ...View More

Driving licences could be invalid in EU under 'no-deal' Brexit

British drivers could face the "extra burden" of applying for a permit to drive in the European Unio ...View More

What the new 'no deal' Brexit papers reveal

The government has released its latest batch of papers advising people and companies what they need  ...View More

'No-deal' Brexit means no £39bn divorce bill - Raab

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has said Britain will not pay its £39bn EU divorce bill if Bruss ...View More

Revealed: Govt's 'no-deal Brexit' transport letter

The government has acknowledged in private diplomatic letters to every EU capital that a "no-deal" B ...View More

Rees-Mogg children told 'your daddy's hated' in protest

The children of senior Conservative Jacob Rees-Mogg have been told "lots of people hate" their fathe ...View More

Who could replace Theresa May as PM?

By Alix Culbertson, political reporterThe prospect of a fresh Conservative leadership contest has re ...View More

PM vows to fight leadership challenge amid coup talk

Theresa May has repeated her vow to fight any challenge to her leadership after Tory MPs met to open ...View More

Applause as Juncker tells UK 'you can't pick and choose'

The UK will not be allowed to pick and choose to be part of some of the single market after Brexit,  ...View More

Who are the Tory MPs plotting against Theresa May?

The prime minister is facing an open discussion within Tory ranks about her future in Downing Street ...View More

'She has to go': New Tory plot to oust May

Conservative MPs have held an open discussion on how to oust Theresa May from Downing Street, accord ...View More

Archbishop's TUC speech risks political controversy

The Archbishop of Canterbury is risking further political controversy by backing trade unions in hol ...View More

Fishing industry defences 'won't be ready for Brexit'

Extra fishing industry protection is not likely to be ready by the time Britain leaves the EU, a spe ...View More

Brexit deal by November 'doable' - Hammond

It is "doable" for Britain and the European Union to agree a Brexit deal by the start of November, t ...View More

Javid admits police do not have enough resources

Home Secretary Sajid Javid has admitted police haven't received enough resources for the "challenges ...View More

Labour proposes radical workers' share plan

John McDonnell is to unveil a radical workers' share plan in which employees would receive dividends ...View More

Labour loses out under boundary change plan

By Michael Thrasher, Sky News election analyst and associate member, Nuffield College, OxfordRe-wind ...View More

Tories would have majority under boundary shake-up

Theresa May's Conservatives would have won a majority at the last election if proposed boundary chan ...View More

80 Tory MPs 'set to vote against PM's Brexit plan'

Theresa May risks a "catastrophic split" in her party if she persists with her Chequers plan for Bre ...View More

PM slaps down Johnson over 'suicide vest' claims

Theresa May has slapped down Boris Johnson after he claimed her Brexit plans are like putting a "sui ...View More

Chuka Umunna: Labour is institutionally racist

Chuka Umunna has told Sky News he believes the Labour Party is institutionally racist because of its ...View More

60 laptops and gun went missing from MoD in 2017

Dozens of laptops belonging to the Ministry of Defence went missing last year, a Freedom of Informat ...View More

Tories: Boris went too far with 'suicide vest' article

Prominent Conservatives have criticised Boris Johnson for comparing Theresa May's Brexit strategy to ...View More

Review into compensation given to victims of crime

The justice secretary has ordered a full review of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme, amid c ...View More

Johnson: PM wrapping 'suicide vest' around Britain

Boris Johnson has accused Theresa May of wrapping a "suicide vest" around Britain and handing the de ...View More

Tories attack Johnson for 'suicide vest' Brexit claim

Boris Johnson has accused Theresa May of wrapping a "suicide vest" around Britain and handing the de ...View More

UK set to keep free movement after Brexit - Osborne

George Osborne has predicted there will still be free movement of people after Brexit, hinting that  ...View More

UK set to keep freedom of movement after Brexit - Osborne

George Osborne has predicted there will still be free movement of people after Brexit, hinting that  ...View More

Boris Johnson booed at England cricket match

Boris Johnson was booed by crowds of cricket fans as he watched England's final Test against India a ...View More

Corbyn told to 'call off the dogs' and end purge

Labour backbencher Chuka Umunna has accused leader Jeremy Corbyn of driving centre-left MPs out of t ...View More

Umunna tells Corbyn: 'Call off the dogs' and end purge

Labour backbencher Chuka Umunna has accused leader Jeremy Corbyn of driving centre-left MPs out of t ...View More

New probe launched into Tower Hamlets election

By Aubrey Allegretti, political reporter Police have launched a new crimina ...View More

Fury after Iranian TV films secret Labour meeting

Labour party bosses are scrambling to uncover how Iranian state television was able to broadcast fro ...View More

Lib Dems could rename as Cable reveals departure plan

Sir Vince Cable has said he would not "rule out" changing the name of his party, as he announced a s ...View More

Vince Cable reveals plan to resign as Lib Dem leader

Sir Vince Cable has announced he will resign as leader of the Liberal Democrats "once Brexit is reso ...View More

Boris Johnson and wife Marina Wheeler to divorce

Boris Johnson and his wife Marina Wheeler have announced that they are in the process of divorcing.  ...View More

'Moderates' may never regain control of Labour - Blair

Tony Blair has said he is "not sure it is possible" for Labour "moderates" to regain the party from  ...View More

Labour may not be 'taken back' from left - Blair

Tony Blair has said he is "not sure it is possible" for Labour "moderates" to regain the party from  ...View More

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