Vote Leave 'broke spending limits' in Brexit referendum
Brexit activist Shahmir Sanni claims the campaign used the group BeLeave to overspend.
Labour's Owen Smith 'stood by principles' on Brexit
The Labour MP says Jeremy Corbyn made a 'mistake' in firing him for calling for a second referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn regrets comments about 'anti-Semitic' mural
Labour leader says he did not look closely at controversial picture before questioning its removal.
MP Dan Jarvis to stand for Sheffield City Region mayor
A ruling by the Labour party means if Dan Jarvis is elected as mayor he will have to stand down as MP.
Plaid Cymru 'would hold Wales independence referendum'
In a conference speech, Adam Price called Wales "a wealthy country whose people live in poverty".
Brexit: EU adopts guidelines for negotiations on future relations
EU leaders clear the way for trade and security talks to begin in another step forward in the process.
Vote Leave chief Dominic Cummings denies Cambridge Analytica links
Dominic Cummings speaks out ahead of expected newspaper stories about Brexit campaign.
House of Lords: Daily allowances for peers set to rise by £5
Peers are set for a 1.8% rise in their attendance allowances, in line with the pay rise for MPs.
Labour frontbencher Owen Smith backs another EU referendum
Owen Smith also urges single market membership but Sir Keir Starmer says that's not Labour policy.
Lords seek rethink on UK passport contract
The award of the contract to a Franco-Dutch firm will have an adverse effect on UK industry, peers say.
Russian spy: UK accused of leading 'anti-Russian campaign'
Russia said it "regrets" that EU leaders are joining UK in blaming Moscow for an attack on an ex-spy.
Russian spy: EU recalls Russia ambassador after nerve agent attack
Leaders agree it was "highly likely" that Russia was responsible for a nerve agent attack in Salisbury.
Westminster bullying: 'MPs must not discipline one another'
MPs cannot be allowed to have a role in the disciplining MPs for bullying, a serving Commons clerk has told Newsnight.
Sheffield tree-felling: Gove will 'do anything' to end row
The environment secretary says Sheffield Council has committed "environmental vandalism".
Next Labour leader must be a woman, says Harriet Harman
Harriet Harman says the next contest to lead the party should be fought between only female candidates.
Brexit: Confusion over 'EU leaders back new referendum' claim
EU liberal leaders say nothing has been agreed, despite Lib Dem claims of support for a new referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour's local election bid
Voters should use the chance to tell the Tories they want a change in direction, says Jeremy Corbyn.
Ireland 'could expel Russian officials' after UK attack
Irish PM says there will be a security assessment after the attack on a Russian ex-spy in the UK.
Sinn Féin's Conor Murphy reveals grooming by paedophile priest
Conor Murphy says he was physically abused and asked explicit questions by Fr Malachy Finegan.
Plaid Cymru faces oblivion if it lurches left, Jonathan Edwards warns
Jonathan Edwards tells the party not to base strategy on the "intricacies of socialist theory".
Cambridge Analytica: MPs recall suspended chief Alexander Nix
Alexander Nix is asked to explain "inconsistencies" in his answers to a parliamentary committee.
Westminster attack: Tobias Ellwood recalls 'eerie' silence
A year after the Westminster attack, Tobias Ellwood recalls telling his son about trying to save PC Palmer's life.
Boris Johnson World Cup Nazi comments 'irresponsible'
The Russian ambassador says Boris Johnson had "no right" to compare his country to Nazi Germany.
Anger over Sheffield's plan to fell healthy trees
Sheffield City Council's plan to fell thousands of healthy trees prompts angry protests.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on the woman who "changed the course of Scottish political history".
The Culture Secretary explains how to win a horse race ... come on, let's get started!
The culture secretary on controlling the power of the internet giants and how to win a horse race
The UK will be bound by all EU rules and regulations for nearly two years after leaving.
Seats on more than 150 councils in England are up for grabs and there are several mayoral contests.
A new wave of British bands are using personal experiences to fuel their political lyrics.
What we know so far
Russia is behind the attempted murder of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury, the PM believes.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.
Party conferences 2017
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
Election 2017: At-a-glance
An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017.
Porton Down chief: Russia's poison accusation 'just not true'
The UK's top military research centre says it's a coincidence that a former Russian spy was poisoned close by.
Should England boycott the World Cup?
Labour MP Ian Austin says England should boycott this summer's World Cup in Russia.
'Time to shine a light' on pay gap
The Equality Commission CEO says new regulations aim to "shine a light" on the gender pay gap.
Spy poisoning: War of words between the UK and Russia
Relations between the UK and Russia have deteriorated following the poisoning of an ex-spy and his daughter in Salisbury.
Emily Commander: 'I regret making the complaint'
A serving clerk of the House of Commons says MPs cannot be allowed to have a role in disciplining MPs for bullying.
'Hero' MP's emotional terror attack defiance
"It's the good people that win", says Tory MP Tobias Ellwood.