The Prime Minister's ambitious social mobility agenda is welcome, but how can she insulate the struggling families she prioritises against Brexit’s economic chill?
The Prime Minister also hinted that formal negotiations on Brexit will be delayed
Theresa May will be driven to distraction if she tries to micro-manage everything from the centre and should remember what happened when Gordon Brown tried to do the same
New Prime Minister shocks Westminster with sweeping changes to Cabinet or - in her own words - 'getting on with the job'
The Europhobes are never satisfied, as David Cameron discovered to his cost. Toss them a bone and they demand a whole carcass
The Big Questions: The timetable the new premier will follow as she assumes her new role
Some Labour MPs might judge that it would be better to kick Corbyn out in the hope that the Corbynistas then walk away, leaving the majority of MPs in the driving seat. But there is no guarantee that the left would walk into such a trap
An exclusive poll for The Independent has revealed just how divided Britain is after its vote to leave the EU, and how one in eight Leave voters might be having second thoughts
Official report delivers scathing verdict of military intervention that 'went badly wrong'
The findings of the long-awaited report are worse for Blair than his allies were hoping, but the Chilcot report will not dilute the anger still felt towards him by many inside
Andrea Leadsom's claim to be the new Margaret Thatcher could prove popular with party members
In the end, the Daily Mail came out for Theresa May. This was not in the Goves’ plan
Boris Johnson could be prime minister in nine weeks
We do need a second referendum – either on any concessions offered by EU leaders this year or, if they stick to their initial hard line, on the precise exit terms we negotiate in two years of talks
Exclusive: Insiders in cross-party Britain Stronger in Europe (BSE) campaign tell The Independent Number 10 and Labour made a series of disastrous mistakes
A mass resignation from was always a powerful weapon in the locker of Corbyn’s critics