The former Brexit secretary defended Boris Johnson's pledge to deliver Brexit, deal or no deal, on October 31.
As the Tory leadership race draws to a close, both the Chancellor and Justice Secretary have announced they will resign if Mr Johnson wins.
The Home Secretary singled out the Brexit Party leader in a speech unveiling his plans to tackle extremism.
A former Supreme Court judge has criticised a plot by Tory MPs to use the Queen to delay the Brexit process.
The MP rebelled against the government yesterday by voting for an amendment that could block a no-deal Brexit.
The former Labour chairman said unless Jeremy Corbyn stands down as leader the party will be “trashed” at the next election.
Robert Jenrick urged ministers who chose not to vote with the government on a bill aimed at preventing a no-deal Brexit to step down.
Teachers and police officers are among those who can expect a pay rise in one of Theresa May’s final moves as Prime Minister.
Labour peers will hold an emergency meeting next week to discuss whether or not to consider a motion of no confidence in the party leader.
Jeremy Corbyn’s older brother has claimed that climate change is "utter nonsense" as environmental activists stage protests across the country.
As the leadership race draws to a close, we look at what Mr Hunt has promised the public in his campaign to become Prime Minister.
Campaigners have put up a billboard in Boris Johnson's constituency which likens him to the US president Donald Trump.
Columnist Rod Liddle has accused Boris Johnson of failing to offer anything new on Brexit should he win the leadership race.
A new report has slammed the government's efforts to eliminate flammable cladding from buildings.
Conservative MP Robert Buckland said the party needs a leader with the “charisma and campaigning ability of Boris Johnson”.
The outgoing Prime Minister has left it too late to complain about the lack of compromise in politics, according to her biographer Rosa Prince.
Boris Johnson has emerged victorious after weeks of campaigning, but what has he promised to change?
The Brexit Party MEP said the next Prime Minister has a "moral obligation" to leave with or without a deal.
The Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over their anti-racism records during a heated House of Commons debate.
The Conservative MP said Boris Johnson has made a “big mistake” by failing to rule out suspending Parliament in order to deliver Brexit.
A former Labour adviser has said party leader Jeremy Corbyn’s handling of alleged antisemitism in the party shows “cowardice.”
The ex-leadership contender said he had no hard feelings watching the final two candidates sharing their Prime Ministerial ambitions.
Jean-Claude Juncker's potential successor has said she is willing to grant another extension to the Brexit deadline.
Nigel Evans said Boris Johnson’s criticism of Donald Trump for tweets aimed at four US congresswomen should not hurt any future trade deal.
Conservative MP Alistair Burt has said if the Party gets Brexit wrong it will soon face the wrath of voters at a general election.
The pair joked that their colleague Amber Rudd - who shares a forename with Love Island contestant Amber Gill - should win the reality show.
The Tory MP said the ability to "make people laugh" was not a desirable quality in the next inhabitant of Number 10.
Conservative leadership candidates Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt are preparing to face off for what’s expected to be the final time.
The Labour MP has retweeted a number of critical tweets about the party's deputy leader Tom Watson.
The new independent body will be responsible for "challenging social injustices" in areas such as ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation.
The Work and Pensions Secretary has dropped her opposition to a no-deal Brexit, saying she has "accepted" leaving the EU without a deal.
Theresa May said Jeremy Corbyn should start tackling antisemitism allegations inside Labour before he criticises the government.
He said the publication of his memos regarding the Trump administration had made it "impossible" for him to carry on.
The former Prime Minister said he would take Mr Johnson to court if he ever suspended Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Jacob Rees-Mogg said he was surprised that the leadership contender found the idea of lower taxation "controversial".
The Tory leadership contenders had differing views regarding Sir Kim Darroch's future as British ambassador to Washington.
The Labour leader will put pressure on the next Prime Minister to hold a public vote on whether Britain leaves the EU.
The Labour peer warned that Brexit, both with a deal or without, would be an "extreme policy".
The prominent Brexiteer said that after 30 years representing Vauxhall, she would "not seek re-election as a Labour candidate".
The Labour MP is hoping to use his parliamentary privilege to break gagging orders against staff who want to speak out about antisemitism.
The Tory MP said the leak of private messages from Sir Kim Darroch to the UK government was a "betrayal" of the country.
The US president has hit out at the UK's ambassador to Washington, who said in leaked emails that the Trump administration was "inept".
Sir Bernard Jenkin believes leadership contender Boris Johnson can make people “feel good” about being British again.
He has admitted it will be a “stretch” to meet his leadership campaign promise to boost police numbers by 20,000 within three years.
Guy Verhofstadt slammed a speech by the MEP, which compared Brexit to slaves rising up against their owners.
She believes Boris Johnson can successfully boost police numbers by 20,000 within three years if he becomes Prime Minister.
He pledged to boost police numbers by 20,000 in three years if he wins the leadership contest.
The Brexit Party leader has called for an overhaul of the political system and the abolition the House of Lords.
Police investigating an allegation of the burning of ballots in the Peterborough by-election have concluded that no offences were committed.
Mr Johnson was facing allegations of misconduct in a public office after claiming that the UK sends £350 million a week to the EU.
The brother of Labour's Jeremy Corbyn has come to his defence, after senior civil servants claimed the politician was "too frail" to be PM.
The Brexit Party MEP was one of 29 who turned their backs as the EU's Ode To Joy anthem played at the European Parliament in Strasbourg.
The Tory MP defended describing a homelessness charity as a "magnet for undesirables", claiming he was quoting his constituents.