Theresa May brings former Education Secretary back to frontline politics
Prime Minister seeks to shore up extremely vulnerable position with reshuffle confirming most key figures in their existing jobs
With Theresa May's authority in tatters, Tory would-be leaders are wondering about their next move
Poignant one-man play written and performed by former soldier Ross Ericson does not shy away from gore, but also offers wry humour and a welcome original perspective on the Great War
The Brexiteer said regulations that ‘hold any business here back’ could now be scrapped
'If Michael had been left to run this [anti-extremism] policy in the way he would run it, we would be seeing the kind of things that we're now seeing in the White House'
Former Prime Minister accuses 'ultras' of winning referendum with 'fake facts and bogus promise'
Former education secretary says refugee families from countries including Somalia and Kosovo often have higher expectations for their children
He likes to think of himself as the great kingmaker, but Rupert is much richer than The Donald – and his global tentacles reach further
Media mogul reportedly has close ties with new US President
‘Voters can now see very well that pro-Leave Tories made that pledge cynically, without ever thinking about how it might be achieved’
Exclusive: Labour MP Chuka Ummuna demands action in letter to prominent Leave campaigner
'Should the world just say "OK Mr Trump, you're a big man you can do what you want"' presenter asks
For now, the best indicator of business confidence in Brexit is represented by the ever-sinking pound. Theresa May, by all accounts, is about to unleash a harder Brexit than anyone thought likely or even possible
It struck me recently that I could feasibly pay my mortgage off by 2018 via pro-Trump punditry alone, if only I could summon enough blackness in my soul to cheerlead his planned closure of Mississippi’s one remaining abortion clinic
It is worth putting on the record now that when that picture of Michael Gove, double thumbs up with Trump in front of a framed Playboy, becomes a notorious embarrassment, he had no alibi. That he was not following orders: his German co-interviewee from Bild, declined to make the gesture