‘If we assume that Jeremy Corbyn has no route to power we would be making a big mistake.’
Did Keir Starmer go rogue in the Commons?
The PM outlined her priorities for the upcoming negotiations to leave the European Union in a major speech delivered at Lancaster House.
Which answers could he possibly be referring to?
Health secretary is set to earn £15m from the sale of his education business.
The ensuing Stoke-on-Trent by-election will be a three-way marginal.
Britain is not in the midst of a massive populist surge in the way that centrists politicians and commentators seem to think.
It will come as no real loss to Team Corbyn that Tristram Hunt is leaving, but it is yet another sign of how hopeless things are.
Ruling out a referendum this year showed Scottish First Minister content to let Westminster make her arguments for her
The Economist has branded the PM ‘Theresa Maybe’. Now Labour must capitalise on the attack.
Keir Starmer has accepted that he needs to work with the SNP. He is not the only Labour MP set to reach that conclusion.
Politics is not like a game of chess - and Conservative strategists would be wrong to treat the contest for Jamie Reed's seat as such.
Her husband may have sparkled on the dance floor, but now Yvette Cooper is waltzing into the political spotlight as the new chair of the Home Affairs Committee.
After a bruising EU referendum campaign, and a summer out of the spotlight, former prime minister Sir John Major reflects on his long political career – and insists he has no appetite for making a comeback
The SNP’s elder statesman talks to Mark Leftly about Brexit, boundary changes and why he believes there will be a second independence referendum before 2020.
Robert Icke’s three-hour production highlights how something as ostensibly benign as the toss of a coin can have far reaching consequences.
Forde presses all of the right buttons to get laughs from two rival New Labour heavyweights.
John Bew's stimulating reassessment of Clement Attlee is one of 2016's best political reads.