Nicola Sturgeon puts Scottish independence referendum bill on hold
First minister puts her referendum plans temporarily on hold, but says one is still likely by 2021.
David Davis blames 'badly designed' campaign for Tory losses
David Davis attacks Tory election campaign - and Grant Shapps blames "world's worst manifesto".
UK defence secretary threatens military strikes against hackers
The UK could carry out military strikes in retaliation for cyber attacks, the defence secretary warns.
Lib Dems: Davey rules himself out of leadership race
The former energy secretary says he is putting his family first by not running.
David Davis: Brexit 'as complicated as moon landing'
Brexit secretary also suggests UK will not be in the EU's customs union during "transition" phase.
Stormont power-sharing talks enter final phase
Parties hold intensive talks with time running out to restore Stormont's power-sharing executive.
Over 1,700 patients at risk in 'colossal' NHS mail blunder
Cancer test results, child protection notes and medication advice were among notes left to pile up in a warehouse.
Reality Check: Britain and EU at odds over citizens' rights
The EU argues that the rights of the bloc's citizens should not change as a result of Brexit.
Theresa May sets out post-Brexit offer on EU citizens
The PM outlines plans designed to address the "anxiety" of EU citizens about their status after Brexit.
John McDonnell: Grenfell victims 'murdered by political decisions'
A minister accuses him of politicising the tragedy, as safety tests continue on hundreds of tower blocks.
Brexit: Devolved institutions' consent sought on Repeal Bill
Brexit Secretary David Davis urges devolved institutions to "come together" and support the new law.
Tory/DUP deal an outrageous straight bung, Carwyn Jones says
Wales' first minister claims agreement "kills the idea of fair funding" and weakens the UK.
Grenfell Tower: Cladding firm ends global sales for tower blocks
The cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, where at least 79 are feared to have died in a fire.
'No Barnett formula money for Scotland' through DUP deal
Downing Street says there will be no extra funding for Scotland as a result of the £1bn deal with the DUP.
Lord Adonis: Brexit delay over Heathrow must end
Political uncertainty must not hold up Heathrow airport plans, says the top infrastructure adviser.
Lib Dems seek end to pay cap for emergency services
The Lib Dem leader says public workers deserve more after their efforts during recent crises.
Brexit: David Davis 'pretty sure' of free trade deal
The Brexit secretary also backs Theresa May and agrees a leadership contest would be "catastrophic".
BMA chief: NHS is 'running on fumes'
One of Britain's most senior doctors claims ministers are "picking the pockets" of NHS staff.
May's Brexit offer
Theresa May has unveiled her offer to EU citizens resident in the UK after Brexit - what does it say?
Lib Dem leadership
Who is in the running to replace Tim Farron, who has stood down as Liberal Democrat leader?
The heart of this financial package is infrastructure spending - £400m over two years - says BBC News NI's John Campbell.
The douce, precise lawyer - who nevertheless sustained fire in his belly for independence.
'Would I still vote Leave?'
A year on from the EU Referendum one Leave supporter reflects on the historic vote
One year on
What do economists and businesses think of the aftermath of the Brexit vote, and what do they think the future holds?
The Home Office disputes Former Met Commissioner Lord Blair's assertion that the Met is facing cuts.
How people voted
Pollsters have been trying to work out how different groups voted in the general election.
Election results 2017: Who are the DUP?
As a hung parliament is declared, Northern Irish unionists hold the key to Theresa May's government.
Is the government allowed to requisition homes to provide emergency housing?
Ministers have been accused of failing to act on lessons from an earlier tower block fire. Did they?
The general election ended in a hung Parliament, where no party has the 326 seats needed to get an overall majority in the House of Commons.
Hung Parliament: What's going on
Theresa May has done a deal with the DUP which means she stays as UK prime minister. Here's a guide to what's going on.
Which seats changed hands at election?
As the UK wakes up to a hung Parliament find out which seats have changed hands.
Theresa May: 10 reasons why the PM blew her majority
Theories abound about how Theresa May threw away her Commons majority in last week's general election - here are 10 of them.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union following the 23 June referendum vote.
Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet
Theresa May forms her new government after failing to win a majority in the election.
Election: Key points at-a-glance
An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017.
Effect of union laws on industrial action and strikes
A government overhaul of trade union law, designed to tighten the rules around balloting for industrial action, came into force in March.
'We'd support US strike over chemical attacks'
The defence secretary said the government would support 'proportionate' military action
Grant Shapps: 'Our manifesto was appalling'
Grant Shapps says the Conservatives lost seats because their manifesto was appalling
Broadband minister: Getting fast Broadband is a 'choice'
Having super fast broadband is a 'choice' argues former broadband minister
DUP deal 'benefits all parts of UK'
The deal to support the Conservative government is in the national interest, the DUP says.
Margaret Hodge on Jeremy Corbyn and Labour Trident policy
Margaret Hodge has "a little bit of sympathy" with Jeremy Corbyn's views on Trident as it will cost a "huge amount of money".