Parliamentary officials are going to take soundings over how long Big Ben's bongs should be silenced during renovations.
No border posts or physical monitoring should be installed at the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, the Government said as it unveiled plans for one of the most contentious Brexit issues.
Britain will consider replacing some European Union funding for peace projects in Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May has said.
The UK's jobless rate hit its lowest level since 1975 - but average earnings continued to lag behind inflation in the three months to June, official figures show.
Theresa May has criticised Donald Trump for comments he made on Tuesday regarding the Charlottesville protest, saying there is "no equivalence" between fascists and their opponents.
Theresa May has attacked plans for Big Ben to be kept silent for four years while restoration work takes place.
The Brexit Secretary's former chief of staff has confirmed he will launch a new political party to put the brakes on Britain's departure from the EU.
The Government is set to outline how it hopes to maintain a "frictionless and seamless" border between Northern Ireland and the Republic when the UK leaves the customs union.
An EU official called it "fantasy", a Cabinet minister branded it "ambitious" and a Labour MP slammed it as "incoherent".
Ministers hope they will be able to negotiate and complete trade deals with other countries during any Brexit transitional period.
Labour MP for Kensington, Emma Dent, has branded the terms of the Grenfell fire inquiry a "complete betrayal" and accused the Government of "running scared".
The former miner who attempted to prevent MP Jo Cox being murdered by a right-wing extremist has died.
A temporary customs arrangement with the EU will be "in both sides' interests" but any transition period should not exceed two years, the Brexit Secretary has said.
A Brexit campaign group is pushing for the deselection of Chancellor Philip Hammond, saying he is part of a plot to stop Britain leaving the European Union.
Big Ben has sounded its familiar bongs for most of the last 157 years. But come next Monday, the famous tower clock will fall silent as a major restoration project gets under way.
We all know that feeling, you’ve been on holiday, you dread going back, responding to those emails, having to pick up where you left off.
The Garden Bridge project in London has announced it is "winding up" due to lack of funds.
Scotland could become the first country in the world to introduce free sanitary products for women.
Brexit Secretary David Davis used a shock appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe to tell some scathing jokes about his colleagues - and a few self-deprecating ones, too.
Brexit position papers to be released this week risk fuelling tension between the British and Irish governments.
Former foreign secretary David Miliband has used an attack on the ministers spearheading Brexit to call for a second EU referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged Theresa May not to "drag" Britain into any US military action against North Korea.
He has emerged as an unlikely Tory leadership prospect, but Jacob Rees-Mogg has played down claims he is considering running for the party's top job.
Britain will leave the single market and customs union in March 2019, Philip Hammond and Liam Fox have jointly declared.
Whether it was in Croydon or Cardiff or Crewe, Labour managed to win dozens of marginal constituencies in the election two months ago.
A senior UKIP MEP has resigned as party whip after an anti-Islam campaigner was cleared to stand in the leadership election.
Taking photographs under women's dresses without their consent should be a specific sexual offence, Labour has said.
All abattoirs in England are to be fitted with CCTV cameras, under plans to ensure the welfare of animals being slaughtered.
A self-styled festival of ideas on one side, a four-day extravaganza featuring rappers and DJs on the other.
A leading member of Theresa May's Cabinet has defended Government plans to cut immigration to less than 100,000.