A police officer has been stabbed and an alleged assailant shot by armed police outside the Houses of Parliament.
Terror returned to the streets of London on Wednesday when a black-clad assailant, armed with two long knives, drove his car through a crowd of people on Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death on the grounds of Parliament.
Vote against amendment to guarantee rights of EU citizens prompts wave of concern and anger among Europeans living in the UK who feel they are being 'treated like a pawn in a game of chess'
House of Commons to consider Bill and changes that would guarantee rights of EU citizens to live and work in UK
Security minister Ben Wallace moves to reassure Commons pay-outs closely monitored
Cameras inside the Commons capture Deputy Labour Party leader becoming latest convert to the international craze
Conservative politicians speak in support of state visit by US President while thousands protest outside the Commons
Musical protest prompts Deputy Speaker to demand there is not 'a sing-off in the Chamber'
Leave campaigners delighted after MPs vote by majority of 384 to press ahead with leaving the EU
Exclusive: Several former ministers among those trying to give public another opportunity to stop Brexit
Parties ‘must be held to account for reducing this democratic deficit’, according to the Women and Equalities Committee, chaired by former Culture Secretary Maria Miller
The Prime Minister has ditched the Corporation for her traditional start-of-year interview
Some 89 MPs voted against the motion to force the Government to reveal their Brexit plans saying it was a 'Tory trap' to make Labour accept the triggering of Article 50 by the end of March
Here’s what you need to know as House of Commons prepares to approve motion forcing PM to unveil strategy
'My little world blacked over and nothing was to be the same again'
The Labour shadow Chancellor says the residence is a 'national monument' that should not fall into disrepair