Time is running out for Northern Ireland's political parties to reach agreement on the restoration of devolved government at Stormont.
Jeremy Corbyn will challenge the Conservatives to show they are committed to ending "austerity" in the police and fire services by backing a Labour amendment to the Queen's Speech.
Sinn Fein has accused the DUP of refusing to budge on any of the key issues at the heart of the Stormont powersharing crisis.
Sir Vince Cable looks likely to become Liberal Democrat leader after all the party's senior MPs ruled themselves out of the race.
The UK will be out of the customs union and single market after March 2019, David Davis has suggested.
Nicola Sturgeon has said there will not be another Scottish independence referendum until "the terms of Brexit are clearer".
The Scottish Government has threatened to invoke formal dispute procedures with the UK Government as the row over the Conservatives' £1.5bn deal with the DUP intensifies.
A third of non-British workers in the UK - 1.2 million people - could leave the country over the next five years, according to a report warning of a possible post-Brexit brain drain.
Theresa May has called for a "major national investigation" into the use of potentially flammable cladding in high-rise towers in the wake of the Grenfell fire.
Patient care could suffer if the current 1% cap for NHS staff is not lifted, former Conservative health secretary Stephen Dorrell has told Sky News.
The Government was told last year by its own fire investigators that tower blocks were covered in flammable material - but were also told building regulations were "adequate".
One lesson from political agreements involving Northern Ireland is the devil is in the detail - or conspicuously not.
Theresa May has told EU citizens they must bring family members over to Britain before Brexit or face tougher immigration rules, in a move that will dismay her European counterparts.
Around £1.5m of Government money has been paid out to families directly affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.
Northern Ireland is to receive extra financial support from the UK Government under the confidence and supply deal forged between the Conservatives and the DUP.
The DUP has signed a deal with the Conservatives to support Theresa May's minority Government, sparking an angry reaction from rival parties.
Theresa May has greeted Arlene Foster on the steps of 10 Downing Street, amid speculation that a deal between the Conservatives and the DUP is imminent.
Full details of the Government's post-Brexit "settled status" that will be offered to EU nationals in the UK will be published later.
Jeremy Corbyn has predicted he will be Prime Minister within six months and vowed to wanted to scrap Trident "as soon as I can", it was claimed last night.
Sixty high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities have failed fire cladding safety tests carried out in the wake of the Grenfell blaze, the Government has said.
A cyberattack on Parliament has compromised dozens of email accounts belonging to parliamentarians, according to Sky sources.
Labour's John McDonnell has said the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire "were murdered by political decisions".
David Davis has admitted he is "not 100% sure" of a Brexit deal but warned toppling Theresa May would complicate his task further.
Dominic Cummings, the man who masterminded Vote Leave's winning strategy, has described the MPs he worked with as "particularly unbalanced".
The DUP's leader at Westminster says those who hold different views on social issues like gay marriage and abortion have no reason to fear the Northern party's influence there.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has further accelerated pressure on Theresa May by saying cross-party talks are needed to take the "poison" out of the EU debate.
It was a scene that could have come from a Beatles gig in the 1960s.
A cyberattack on MPs and Peers' emails has prompted Parliament's security team to shut down external access to its systems.
The UK's military has been out on parade across the country to mark the ninth annual Armed Forces Day.