Boris Johnson has started his final day of campaigning by retreating into an industrial fridge to hide from reporters.
A row between the Tories and the Evening Standard has escalated to exactly where everyone who loves intra-party drama wanted it to go.
Andrea Leadsom has told John Bercow that if he plans to eat a kangaroo’s testicles he should “liquidise” them.
John Nicolson has learnt the hard way that you don't get a second chance to make a first impression.
Michael Gove attempted to show off his rap credentials on Twitter and nobody was impressed.
The Tories have managed to get caught in yet another row over fake news.
A full-blown Liberal Democrat mutiny appears to be underway as a second candidate is dumped for backing an unsanctioned tactical voting pact.
Jeremy Corbyn has let slip how misbehaving journalists will be expected to behave under a Labour government.
Former Theresa May comms director takes aim at ‘narcissistic’ political journalists as he rows with Gina Miller over Brexit
Healing The Nation? Not So Easy: Robbie Gibb and Gina Miller clash over press agendas, narcissistic journalists and coming clean over Brexit.
Behind the headline polling numbers Boris Johnson's path to a Commons majority is rockier than it looks.
Donald Trump should not be given the red-carpet treatment, writes Siobhan Benita
How Labour responds to it's major Brexit split could echo down the ages, writes former Labour spokesman Paul Ovenden
And "none of the above" is still topping the polls when it comes to who the public trusts most to get a good Brexit outcome.
TOMORROW it’s 999 days since the EU referendum.
People are getting increasingly frustrated that Brexit is distracting politicians from the issues that really matter - such as housing.
From May and Corbyn to the 'fat-headed Daily Telegraph reader': the never-ending relevance of George Orwell
How comforting to know that Orwell's caricatures still make perfect sense today.
The youngest MPs in each major party talk about whether UK politics is working for young people.
Follow all the local election results and political fallout as councils across England count their ballots.
The first 14 life peers were introduced in two special sessions ahead of the 1958 state opening of parliament
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed the first women, and all men, to vote for the first time.
Just seven months after entering parliament, Kemi Badenoch has been handed a key role inside CCHQ overseeing her party’s candidate selection process.
“Katharine Gun was an ordinary person who did something extraordinary,” is how director Gavin Hood describes the real-life subject of his latest film. For those with short memories, Gun was the GCHQ-based Mandarin translator who leaked a classified memo from the CIA that urged spying on members of the UN Security Council to force through a resolution to go to war in Iraq. When the memo appeared on the front page of the Observer and she admitted to her actions, Gun found herself charged with breaking the Official Secrets Act, and her lawyers set out to defend her actions.
Nigel Farage doesn’t work hard enough and it’s a British thing, according to Steve Bannon in the new documentary exploring the inner world of Trump’s self-professed kingmaker.
Why playwright Jonathan Maitland couldn’t resist the temptation of Boris and “the dinner party that changed history”