Foreign Secretary praised the PM for supposedly turning her situation around
Charlie’s plight has touched people around the world, and the family have received donations totalling more than £1.3m to take him to the US for therapy
The FDA has said every cabinet minister leading a department could sign off a pay rise for staff
Bodies representing other public sector workers immediately demand that Theresa May scraps the 1 per cent cap
'The case for campaigning to replace Boris Johnson with a Labour MP is so overwhelming it barely needs writing,' says Owen Jones
‘Austerity is just another word for living within one’s means’
The Conservative Party is nothing if not a vehicle for political survival – their particular brand of austerity was shaped, and will be cut short by, political pragmatism
Number 10 says rates already set for next nine months
'Beijing is saying that it is no longer interested in the old colonial links, now it shows that Hong Kong is 100 per cent their own show'
The Foreign Secretary sparked anger in Beijing after calling for Hong Kong parties to 'progress towards a more democratic and accountable system of government'
Former government adviser James Chapman says the PM needs to demonstrate more flexibility than she did while at the Home Office
Banned toxin caused deaths of 90 people in rebel-held Khan Sheikhoun earlier this year, official investigation concludes
Boris Johnson had said Britain could 'have our cake and eat it' over Brexit
He risked a row with Brexiteers after saying immigrants are ‘the lifeblood of our economy’
Colleagues want Chancellor's assurance he would stand down before the next election and appoint Brexit Secretary David Davis as his deputy
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and Nigel Farage's popularity has plummeted since last year's referendum according to polls