Home Secretary insists she is focussing on David Cameron's renegotiation but did not reject prospect of leading the campaign for Brexit
Freedom of speech is dying - and it’s universities’ safe spaces that are at killing it, argues one student
Theresa May is considering the creation of four 'dedicated regional armed police units'
China has said that it took inspiration in drafting the powers from the US and elsewhere for a law that bears marked similarities to the UK's 'Snoopers' Charter'
Home Affairs: The Home Secretary has attracted praise from ministers for making tackling people trafficking a key aim
Exclusive: Judges announced they were quashing Home Office exclusion orders against two Pakistani nationals
Six weeks ago the Chancellor was the favourite to replace David Cameron but he has since slipped to third, according to latest poll
Lawyers press Home Secretary May to launch new inquiry into fire that killed 56 supporters in 1985
If Boris Johnson joined the Leave the EU campaign, he would, of course, become its leader
Theresa May said while introducing the legislation that it didn’t include a controversial plan to ban the important technology – but it does allow Government to force companies to get around it
Exclusive: Lib Dem leader TIm Farron promises to lead fight against draft bill as he seeks to carve out a niche for his party
Let’s not pretend that the Bill does not have the potential to impact on our civil liberties in fundamental ways
Home Secretary sets out the new draft Investigatory Powers Bill, which has been described by the Prime Minister as one of the most important pieces of legislation of the next five years
Authorities will be able to look at a full list of all the apps and websites a person is using
The draft Investigatory Powers Bill could ban the 'strong' encryption used in iMessage
Exclusive: Police commissioners join forces to urge Policing Minister Mike Penning to halt 'deeply flawed' changes