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Sajid Javid: Violence a ‘virulent disease’ and mindset must shift to...

In a major policy speech, he called for a dual approach that limits opportunities to commit crime, coupled with early intervention to prevent young people being drawn into it

Lack of Brexit progress would hit Tories badly in council elections,...

If Theresa May successfully delivers Brexit by polling day on 2 May, the Conservatives could reap the benefit at the ballot box

Mutiny! Tory MPs urge cabinet to oust May over Corbyn Brexit...

She is likely to face an onslaught from Conservative Brexiteers at Prime Ministers Questions this afternoon after her controversial proposal to negotiate with the Labour leader

Crisis Brexit cabinet after divided Commons fails to find a way...

The meeting, expected to last around four hours, follows another rejection by MPs of four variations of a "soft Brexit"

Brexit: May faces defeat as Labour and DUP fail to back...

On a day of reckoning for the prime minister, as protests by pro-Brexit campaigners and far-right groups are held outside parliament, she faces the threat of another humiliating defeat as MPs vote on her withdrawal agreement

May’s sacrifice could be worthless after DUP rejects deal and MPs...

After her personal sacrifice of a dramatic offer to quit persuaded some rebel Tory MPs to back her deal, she was dealt a crushing blow by Democratic Unionists

The shape of Brexit and Mrs May’s job are on the...

The prime minister will be left almost powerless as MPs stage a series of so-called "indicative votes" on Brexit in the House of Commons

The Commons gives itself the chance to take control of Brexit...

The Cabinet is meeting for the second time in 24 hours after the Prime Minister suffered a humiliating Commons defeat which could lead to a "soft" Brexit that keeps the UK closer to Brussels

Theresa May turns offensive after charm fails

"I did the charm and Charles was offensive," quipped Mr Johnson. And that was before his hugely successful trilogy of memoirs made him a national treasure

Jeremy Corbyn accused of ‘witch-hunt’ as ex-Labour MPs removed from committee...

A Labour motion to replace Ian Austin and Mike Gapes - who left the party last month - on the Foreign Affairs Select Committee was approved in the Commons by 199 votes to 134 - a majority of 65

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