Ian Paisley has held onto his North Antrim seat after a petition to recall the MP failed to reach the necessary threshold.
The transport secretary has announced a “sweeping” review designed to transform Britain’s railways.
A senior Tory MP previously regarded as a Theresa May loyalist has broken ranks and dismissed her Chequers plan as “dead as a dodo”.
Theresa May has tried to rally EU leaders for a divorce deal to tackle the “uniquely complex situation” of Brexit.
Jeremy Hunt has promised to raise the Rohingya crisis when he meets Myanmar’s embattled civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi.
British-Iranian dual nationals have been warned by the UK Foreign Office against all but essential travel to Iran.
European airports have privately warned that a “no-deal” Brexit would cause “major disruption and heightened safety risks”, Sky News has learned.
Theresa May is travelling to Mozart’s birthplace, Salzburg, in a bid to find some much-needed harmony on Brexit at a two-day summit of European leaders.
Theresa May is pledging a £2bn handout to housing associations in a bid to provide tens of thousands of new affordable homes.
A Sky News campaign is rapidly gaining momentum over calls for an independent commission to run TV debates between party leaders ahead of general elections.
Sir Vince Cable has called for Jeremy Corbyn’s removal as Labour leader if he fails to back a fresh Brexit referendum.
Jeremy Hunt has been praised for becoming the first UK minister to give a speech in Japanese.
Liberal Democrat members have taken aim at party leader Sir Vince Cable and former chief Tim Farron at their traditional conference singsong.
Jeremy Corbyn has backed Sky News’ campaign for an independent commission to run TV debates between party leaders ahead of general elections.
Sir Vince Cable will call on Theresa May to show “true leadership” and ignore hardline Tory Brexiteers wanting the “erotic spasm” of leaving the EU.
The British home secretary has met the prime minister of Pakistan as a new partnership between the two countries to fight terror is announced.
Downing Street has admitted Theresa May’s Chequers proposal could be undone after Brexit.
Britain couldn’t have a “worse person” than Theresa May negotiating Brexit, a former Conservative donor has told Sky News.
Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald says Brexit makes Irish unity a “more imminent reality” than ever before.
Sir Nick Clegg was one of three party leaders to be grilled by voters during live head-to-head TV debates ahead of the 2010 general election.
Sky News is launching a campaign for an independent commission to organise TV debates between leaders of the main political parties in general elections.
Labour is “only interested in frustrating” Brexit and is attempting to delay the UK’s departure from the EU, the Conservatives have claimed.
Holding a referendum on the final Brexit deal would be a “profound mistake”, Michael Gove has said.
The Scottish Conservatives leader Ruth Davidson has ruled out taking the party’s top job for the sake of her relationship and mental health.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for another Brexit vote, saying the British public should get a “fresh say on our future”.
Sir Vince Cable has urged Liberal Democrat members to back his bid to turn the party into a centrist “movement”.
Boris Johnson looks likely to become the next Conservative leader but the move will probably divide the party, Lord Heseltine has suggested.
Labour would likely vote against any Brexit deal Theresa May secures with Brussels, a senior frontbencher has suggested.
Boris Johnson has branded the two Russians suspected of poisoning Sergei and Yulia Skripal “murderers” and dared them to sue him.
The former UKIP donor Arron Banks has told Sky News that he wants to recruit 50,000 new members into the Conservative Party.
A union boss and Jeremy Corbyn ally has suggested Israel created Labour’s antisemitism row to distract attention from its “atrocities”.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has warned ministers that a “no-deal” Brexit could see house prices crash by a third, Sky sources say.
Theresa May should leave office once she has agreed a Brexit deal with Brussels and steered it through parliament, according to her former policy chief.
The government has released its latest batch of papers advising people and companies what they need to prepare for if there is a “no-deal” Brexit.
The scallop wars that have plagued the English Channel are set to continue after peace talks between British and French fishermen collapsed.
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has said Britain will not pay its £39bn EU divorce bill if Brussels refuses to strike a deal.