Keir Starmer is set to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
First the Prime Minister, then the Health Secretary. Both testing positive for coronavirus, both saying they have only mild symptoms and are continuing to work from home.
From hairdressers to handymen and painters to personal trainers, there are nearly five million people who are self-employed in the UK.
As almost half a million people rushed to apply for Universal Credit over the last nine days, the Department for Work and Pensions has redeployed thousands of staff to help go through the claims.
Political correspondent Liz Bates has just been at the technical briefing in Downing Street.
Public Health England is now tracing everyone who had close contact with the Health minister Nadine Dorries – after she revealed she had been diagnosed with coronavirus.
A dossier containing allegations of Islamophobia against 300 people in the Conservative Party has been handed to the UK’s human rights watchdog.
Ms Patel denies any misbehaviour, and her supporters say there’s a campaign against her.
The former leader of the Liberal party Lord Steel has resigned from the House of Lords after an inquiry into child abuse accused him of an “abdication of responsibility”.
‘We will never take your votes for granted’ – that’s the promise Prime Minister Boris Johnson made to voters who switched from Labour to Conservative in the last election.
Labour has called on the Parliamentary Standards watchdog to open an investigation into who financed Boris Johnson’s New Year holiday in the Caribbean.
With the Prime Minister choosing to mark Brexit Day with his Cabinet in Sunderland today, the first city to back Brexit when the results of the referendum were announced in 2016. Are people in the North East celebrating with him?
Every night between four and five thousand people in England sleep on the street.
One of the big decisions for post Brexit Britain will be how it deals with the United States.
Lisa Nandy has made it on to the final ballot paper in the Labour leadership contest, after the group “Chinese for Labour” said it would support her bid.