Chancellor Sajid Javid has maintained the fundamentals of the British economy were “strong” despite the worst figures in seven years.
The Chancellor has earmarked more than £2 billion to prepare for a no-deal Brexit in a major departure from his predecessor Philip Hammond.
The Home Secretary singled out the Brexit Party leader in a speech unveiling his plans to tackle extremism.
The UK is “not a better country” if it allows ISIS fighters like Jihadi Jack to return home, a terrorism expert has claimed.
The Conservative leadership hopefuls have said they believe they have the support to survive the next round of voting.
Conservative Party leadership hopeful Sajid Javid has been accused of “human fly-tipping” over the decision to revoke the citizenship of Shamima Begum.
The SNP leader and Tory leadership hopeful have clashed over the issue of Scottish independence.
Theresa May has been urged by Cabinet members to scrap her heavily criticised Brexit legislation as speculation mounts about her future.
Security training and advice to help keep mosques safe during the holy month of Ramadan is being offered as part of government measures to protect places of worship.
Employers could be kept in the dark about the criminal records of some job applicants under a review of rules by the home secretary.
More than 70 parliamentarians have signed a letter urging the government to ensure Julian Assange faces Swedish authorities if they request his extradition.
The Windrush Compensation Scheme was “welcomed” but will not bring back “the years that people have had stolen”, the CEO of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants has said.
The home secretary has said that the current estimated cost of the Windrush Compensation Scheme was about £200 million.
Teachers, nurses and police officers could be held accountable for failing to "spot warning signs" of violent crime among young people, under government plans announced today.
Nearly 3,700 people have been issued with British citizenship under a Home Office scheme set up in response to the Windrush scandal.
The national chairman of the Police Federation has said it is “clear” that the home secretary had fought for the £100million extra funding announced on Wednesday, because Theresa May has shown “nothing but contempt for policing”.
The home secretary told the Commons that the death of any child was a “tragedy”, but added Shamima Begum was the “only person responsible”.
Former Chief Constable of Cambridge Police, Tom Lloyd has described the proposal to bring in the army to deal with knife crime as “nonsense”.
A slew of stabbings across two major cities has been described as a "national emergency" by West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson.
The family of Islamic State bride Shamima Begum have written to the Home Secretary asking for his help to bring her newborn son to Britain.
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised Sajid Javid’s decision to revoke Shamima Begum’s citizenship, saying that she has a right to return to the UK.
A talkRADIO poll which asked whether Islamic State bride Shamima Begum should be allowed to return to the UK has received 288,100 votes.
Bangladesh’s foreign affairs minister has said that Islamic State bride Shamima Begum is not a Bangladeshi citizen and will not be allowed to enter the country.
Islamic State bride Shamima Begum has claimed the Government's decision to revoke her British citizenship is "unjust".
The government will have to prove Shamima Begum poses a risk to national security in order to take away her British citizenship, according to a leading human rights lawyer.
Conservative MP Christopher Chope, who had previously objected to a bill to criminalise upskirting, has blocked new legislation that would have strengthened laws against female mutilation.
A record number of antisemitic hate incidents were reported in the UK last year, new figures have revealed.
David Lammy blasted the Home Office's handling of the Windrush scandal after an outcry about new deportation flights to Jamaica
Sephton Henry, a former gang member has said described the Home Secretary’s new measures to tackle knife crime “a joke”, and said that the funding might as well go straight to knife crime offenders to “change their lives”.
The chief of a knife crime awareness charity says the newly-announced Knife Crime Prevention Orders won't stop young people carrying knives
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has unveiled new ASBO-style orders designed to tackle spiralling knife violence.
Neil Anderson, Executive Director of Migration Watch UK has said that reports of illegal migrants attempting to cross the Channel in dinghies are a “small front-end of a significant wedge”.
Immigration expert David Wood has said that migrants have an “unrealistic expectation” of the UK and believe that the streets are “paved with gold”.
The chief executive of the Joint Council for Welfare of Immigrants has said it was "wrong" of Sajid Javid to question whether migrants crossing the Channel were "genuine" asylum seekers.
An immigration lawyer has claimed Sajid Javid branding the Channel migrant crossings as a "major incident" is an exaggeration.
Aid worker Rob Lawrie, who works with asylum seekers in camps in France, says the perception they want to settle in the UK over other countries is 'rhetoric' fuelled by the media and controversial figures
Home Secretary Sajid Javid has questioned whether migrants using dinghys and small boats to cross the English Channel are "genuine" asylum seekers.
Six Iranian men have been found on a Kent beach, amid mounting calls for the Government to tackle the migrant crisis.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid is cutting short a Christmas break to return to the UK to tackle a wave of attempts by migrants to cross the English Channel by boat.
The Home Secretary has declared the rising number of migrants attempting to cross the English Channel a "major incident".
Sajid Javid has announced some of the UK's post-Brexit immigration plans in the delayed white paper
The Government will get immigration down to "sustainable" levels, but there will be no "specific target" for reducing the numbers, Home Secretary Sajid Javid has said.
Thousands of children have been flagged up to authorities over terror concerns, official figures reveal.
Katie Baylis, Betfair’s Political Betting expert has said that 90% of the bets on the vote are for Theresa May to win Wednesday’s vote.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has said the number of police officers in the Capital could drop to their lowest levels since 2002, unless financial cuts are stopped.
The home secretary has backed a controversial new tactic which allows police to knock suspects off mopeds.
David Davies, the Conservative MP for Monmouth has said that the ‘bleeding-heart liberal brigade’ is encouraging migrants to “risk their lives” cross the English Channel, after the Home Secretary said he was considering using a Border Force ship to rescue them.
Sajid Javid has said there needs to be "more leadership all round" after unveiling details of a new drive to stop youngsters being drawn into crime.
Housing secretary James Brokenshire has responded to a video circulating in which a group of people burn a model of Grenfell Tower
Amnesty UK's refugee and migrant rights programme director has said the Home Office illegally taking DNA samples from immigrants has resulted in people "entitled to be here treated as if they're not".
The Director of the Joint Council for the Welfare of Immigrants has said that the Home Office has created a “hostile environment” after Sajid Javid apologised for immigrants being forced to provide DNA samples as part of their applications.
Charlotte Caldwell, whose son Billy controls his epilepsy with medical cannabis, thanked Sajid Javid for allowing doctors to prescribe medical cannabis
Doctors will be able to prescribe cannabis products to patients from November 1, the home secretary Sajid Javid has announced.
Home Secretary Sajid Javid said he was eager to define a new immigration policy for the UK post-Brexit