Forecasts dramatically downgraded following referendum vote
Nathan Gill cited infighting among Ukip's seven Assembly members over 'unresolvable issues'
The disgraced former Fifa President Joao Havelange, mentor to Sepp Blatter, has died while the Olympics take place in a stadium temporarily stripped of his name
New anti-Corbyn Labour centrist organisation 'Labour Tomorrow' set up by David Blunkett is being bankrolled by one of the party's biggest donors
Power cut provides light relief during bad tempered hustings in Gateshead
A horse flown in on a specially adapted private plane to an event where no one is watching proves what we have known for some time – the world has gone mad
Brazilians cannot help but notice they are not hosting a festive and friendly event, but a hostile and frankly unpleasant one
Lacourt launched a verbal attack on gold medal winner Sun Yang and said the sight of him on the Olympic podium makes him ‘want to be sick’
Chancellor Merkel was happy to talk about Turkey. Happy to talk about Syria. But Brexit? No
German Chancellor takes firm line with new British Prime Minister as the two women meet for the first time
The great political stand up of his age tried to turn serious, but we've all seen it all before
A new Prime Minister’s first statement to the house still counts as a quiet day in these rarefied times. And as she quietly assured her peers that, yes, she would be happy to kill hundreds of thousands of people, the old Prime Minister up on the back benches offered little more than a half-interested blink.
Ms Greening has said there could be room for selection within the new 'landscape' of education
The Scottish First Minister has already said she will not allow the UK to take Scotland out of the EU against its wishes
Revealed: the Camerons' new family home is owned by his financial PR friend Sir Alan Parker
As the heir to Blair will soon find out, never is a great communicator more exposed than when the communicating comes to an end