Peter Dielhenn was a trainee baker aboard the Windrush and says that Amber Rudd was 'in the firing line' when the scandal came to light
Theresa May's flagship Brexit bill has cleared its final parliamentary hurdle after she avoided a backbench rebellion with an eleventh hour concession to pro-EU Tories.
Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman allegedly planned a suicide attack on Parliament and hoped to kill the Prime Minister. He denies the charges
Taxpayers will contribute more to the NHS in a "fair and balanced way" Theresa May said, as well as pledging improvements to mental health services
The Prime Minister will use an address in London on Monday to outline how spending on the health service will grow by £384 million a week in real terms by 2024.
Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the European Commission should not be involved in "domestic politics"
Labour councillor Robert Atkinson says the then-leader of the council said 'I don't know' when he asked how everyone would be rehomed within three weeks
Lord Digby Jones says the UK could become a 'vassal state' to Brussels if amendments to the Brexit bill are passed
Remain-supporting Phillip Lee quit as justice minister, saying "if Brexit is worth doing, then it is certainly worth doing well" and it is "irresponsible to proceed as we are".
The EU (Withdrawal) bill returns to Commons for crunch votes on amendments tabled by the Lords - and Jeremy Corbyn has some changes of his own
The British Prime Minister will have formal meetings with the leads of all the G7 countries except the US President.
In unguarded comments at a private dinner, the Foreign Secretary also said Donald Trump could deliver a better Brexit deal.
Theresa May is battling for Government unity on her backstop proposals for the Irish border as the Brexit war Cabinet meets.
The Prime Minister told President Donald Trump his tariffs were "disappointing"
Donald Trump imposed a 25% tariff on steel and 10% on aluminium, throwing Theresa May's plans for a trade partnership with the US into question
After the Republic of Ireland voted to repeal the Eighth Amendment, MPs are calling for Northern Irish women to have access to abortion
Theresa May will release an LGBT Action Plan this summer intended to improve the lives of LGBT people in the UK, but Labour's Dawn Butler slammed the plans
Medical records, along with information about patients' habits and genetics, will be cross-referenced with national data to spot those at an early stage of cancer.
The Foreign Secretary has called on Brexiteers to allow Theresa May time to negotiate a deal that delivers her promise to take Britain out of the customs union and single market.
The Prime Minister made the announcement after arriving in at the EU Western Balkans summit in Sofia.
Theresa May will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and says she will raise human rights issues with him
The new policy will see £50 million in funding being given to the UK's 163 grammar schools if they want to take in more pupils
The Libyan dissident has accepted an apology from the British government.
The former Conservative leader says the intention was always to sever all ties with the EU and the Lords should not be involved
The NSPCC has written to the Prime Minister to urge her to speed up improvements to child mental health services
The Lords backed further amendments to the Brexit withdrawal bill, meaning it'll go to a vote in the House of Commons.
Michael Turner of polling company BMG Research said that the local Conservative wins show Windrush and Brexit haven't completely damaged May's reputation
A breakdown of what the EU customs union involves, and what knock-on effect leaving it would have on the UK
Alan Johnson and Charles Clarke criticise Theresa May for scrapping the ID card scheme
As the Home Secretary steps down, political expert Scott Lucas says the UK's immigration policy urgently needs overhauling
Further details of the visit to be set out 'in due course', says Downing Street
Customs union 'a means to stop Brexit' and peers voted 'to protect vested interests'
China one of just three members of UN Security Council to vote for resolution condemning the strikes
'A very contested piece of legislation across government departments', says peer
'Theresa May must listen to the growing chorus of voices and rethink her approach,' says Shadow Brexit Secretary
De La Rue, the current passport provider, said that it had "considered all the options", but would not challenge the move
Theresa May wants to help a million girls living in developing Commonwealth nations go to school for longer
The Commons Speaker has granted Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn a debate with Theresa May on British military action this afternoon
'some of the ways they have been treated has been wrong, and I am sorry,' said Mrs May
The Shadow Home Secretary has been a frequent victim of abuse on social media
Prime minister summons ministers to No.10 amid calls for Parliamentary vote on any military action
May, Trump, Corbyn and Obama will all miss the May 19 royal wedding
Former police officer Peter Kirkham claims Theresa May was warned police cuts would lead to a rise in violence
The Prime Minister used an article in The Telegraph to compare the pay gap to the women's suffrage campaign a century ago
Our presenter had to call the shots when it came to getting the document inked
Theresa May was asked about mental health services by Jeremy Corbyn
Theresa May has warned Britain's enemies that they should be in no doubt the 'every capability at our disposal' will be used to defeat them
The Labour leader asked Theresa May about the collapse of Northamptonshire county council