As she reaches six months in Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s lead over Labour is unmatched among her post-war Tory predecessors
Revelation comes courtesy of Jake Berry who snaffled then-Prime Minister's breakfast
Sources close to the Prime Minister say many of the nominations came from her predecessor
From Boris Johnson and Donald Trump via Zac Goldsmith to Keith Vaz, we assess who came up smiling and who is left drowning their sorrows after the most turbulent year in politics we can remember
Trump was the authentic candidate. What we see of him on Twitter is what we get – and he knows exactly what he's doing
This year has either been hugely successful or catastrophically career ending for many figures in sport, politics and popular culture
The Washington Speakers' Bureau is used to finding six figure fees for its clients, which include Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and George Osborne
Crystal balls and crispy duck: When will Article 50 be triggered? Who will win the French and German elections? Is Sadiq Khan the next leader of the Labour Party?
Theresa May responds to Corbyn’s increasingly loud questioning with minimum content. Emily Thornberry and David Lidington’s performance the previous week in the absence of the leaders showed how PMQs should be done
Ian Liddell-Grainger lashes out after revealing he will miss out on the winter shooting season - but is told he had the option of not voting for steep cuts to police funding
‘Some countries have seen decades of lost growth. Those countries have a single currency but they don't have a single fiscal system, a fiscal tax system. It creates bigger differences’
There has been a lot of interest in the clothes worn by Theresa May, Britain's second female prime minister, since she entered office in July.
Dame Louise Casey has published a major report into social integration in the UK
While Lord Cormack refused to place a number on the amount of peers the Lords should have, he said the upper chamber ‘should be no bigger than the Commons’
The former PM also said that departure from European Union is ‘not a dead end for Britain’
People came to the UK to work as the country enjoys lowest unemployment levels for a decade