Boris Johnson walked through the world’s most famous door last week in the footsteps of Britain’s most illustrious politicians, prime ministers...and Alan McGee.
A former chief whip under Tony Blair and critic of Jeremy Corbyn said she was “very sad” that her local constituency party had voted to expel her from Labour.
Potential Prime Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to end “unfair” prosecutions of veterans who served in Northern Ireland.
Jeremy Hunt has raised the prospect of repealing the ban on fox hunting – following in the footsteps of David Cameron and Theresa May who also supported a vote on the controversial issue.
Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott has been admitted to hospital after suffering a stroke.
Britain’s last five prime ministers have gathered to pay tribute to a former cabinet secretary hailed by Theresa May as the “greatest public servant of our time”.
Senior figures from across the political spectrum have gathered at Westminster Abbey for a memorial service to celebrate the life and work of a former cabinet secretary.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson said it is “spiteful” to expel people from the Labour Party and called for an “amnesty” for members who did not support the party at the European elections.
Alastair Campbell has claimed “senior” figures in Jeremy Corbyn’s office recommended voting against Labour as support for his decision to shun the party in the European elections grew.
Tony Blair has claimed Scotland could have been independent by now if Labour hadn’t offered devolution in 1997.
THE Brexit negotiations are in a "mess" and a delay to Britain's withdrawal from the EU is almost "inevitable", Tony Blair has said.