THERESA May will next week bolster Tory numbers in the House of Lords with ten more loyalists ahead of months of “bloody” Brexit battles.
Long-serving former Cabinet ministers Eric Pickles and Peter Lilley lead a list put forward by the PM to get new life peerages.
Other Conservative grandees being
AMBER Rudd is being tipped by some as a future Prime Minister after rising through the ranks of the Conservative party to become Home Secretary.
The 54-year-old Hastings and Rye MP was first elected to parliament in 2010 - here's all you need to know.
Amber Rudd is a Conservative
YET again our NHS is suffering a winter of discontent.
Operations are being cancelled, casualty units besieged and anyone not seriously ill faces being turned away.
One doctor has apologised for the “Third World” conditions due to flu cases on the rise and two NHS bosses say the pressures on
THE revelations about porn being found on ex-Deputy Prime Minister Damian Green's computer followed allegations that he acted inappropriately towards a female Tory activist.
Here's everything we know about Kate Maltby's claims the sacked Tory MP touched her knee in a bar and sent her a sleazy text after
BREXITEERS have accused Philip Hammond of trying to “appease” Brussels after saying a transition deal would mean Britain abiding by EU rules after leaving.
He said “technically” the UK wouldn’t be in the single market or customs union but the interim deal would “replicate the status quo”.
But prominent Tory
LABOUR should be 20 points ahead in the polls, not just two or three, says Tony Blair.
In a dig at party leader Jeremy Corbyn, the ex-PM insisted Labour should be much more popular when the Tories are in such disarray.
He said: “This Government is in a greater degree
THERESA May was last night under mounting pressure to sack Boris Johnson or Philip Hammond.
Tories said it was the only way to end the party's Brexit infighting.
The PM's closest allies are rowing over whether she should axe Boris as part of a Cabinet revamp.
Some are telling her that
THERESA May has insisted Britain is preparing for a no deal Brexit scenario - amid claims from senior Tories that not enough is being done.
And in a marked change in tone, the PM used her address to party faithful to insist she felt the pain of worried young
THERESA May pledged to continue the free schools revolution yesterday as she repeated her election pledge to build 100 new schools a year.
The PM declared "free schools work" as she confirmed the building programme would surge on.
She told delegates: "We will continue to reform education and skills training
AH, party conference season.
A chance for the country’s politicians (and chiefly the Tories) to make a desperate bid to reconnect with the common man, showing the public how down to earth they are, how they’re not really just a bunch of fusty old toffs who have no idea
UNIVERSITIES Minister Jo Johnson sparked fury last night after suggesting cash-strapped students tighten their belts to cope with the cost of doing a degree.
The Eton-educated Cabinet Minister told a conference fringe undergraduates could tackle their money worries by "living very modestly and having a frugal existence".
In a panel
A GOVERNMENT minister faced No10 fury last night after branding the NHS and pensions “a Ponzi scheme” about to collapse.
In a devastating assault ex-doctor Phillip Lee said his party were asking young voters “to work really, really hard” to pay for something “but when you get to 65,
NEXT week the Tories desperately need to show some urgency about fixing Britain’s problems.
The Government appears at a standstill, lacking energy or imagination.
This paralysis is not just down to their election trauma and fragile majority. It has been going on since before the Brexit referendum and throughout Theresa
SALT LAKE CITY — Taking a page out of Berkeley’s book, the University of Utah ramped up security Wednesday for an appearance by conservative provocateur Ben Shapiro that drew vocal but largely peaceful protests.
Two people were arrested from a crowd of about 300 outside the venue as scuffles broke out
FOREIGN buyers must be taxed hard to stop them snapping up new UK homes, top Tories urge.
One Cabinet minister has called on the Chancellor to introduce “punitive” tariffs.
Philip Hammond is also being pressed to consider tougher restrictions on future buy-to-lets.
It comes as first-time buyers struggle to afford a
THERESA May will today offer the EU a Brexit grand bargain – two more years of money and abiding by its laws in exchange for complete freedom and a jumbo trade deal afterwards.
The PM will unveil the offer – revealed in detail by The Sun today - in a
THERESA MAY warned the United Nations to get their house in order and prove taxpayers cash is not being wasted.
And the PM stunned the diplomatic community by revealing Britain is withholding tens of millions in funding to UN agencies until they prove our money will not be misspent.
BORIS Johnson was accused of being a back seat driver after his Brexit blueprint plunged the Cabinet into disarray.
The Foreign Secretary was attacked by Amber Rudd after his 4,000-word strategy for EU withdrawal was published in the Daily Telegraph.
Home Secretary Ms Rudd said she had been too busy
THERESA MAY was caught between TWO Tory rebellions over the EU last night as Eurosceptics demanded she deliver a ‘Hard Brexit’.
A letter backed by over 30 hard-line Tories urged the PM to “respect the will of the British people” and set out a clear timetable for cutting all
The former deputy chief whip - who served in the Commons for 18 years - is the fourth grandee ex-MP recruited to government since June's disastrous general election
The 'stairway tax' tax will see businesses charged £5000 for operating over multiple floors
The Valuation Office Agency – which collects business rates for HMRC – is exploiting a bizarre court ruling that will now consider firms in a building with more than one floor as operating in two
A Scripps College student claims she’s being bullied for a photo that she posted of herself alongside Vice President Mike Pence — with some saying it “constitutes direct violence and oppression against marginalized groups.”
McKenzie Deutsch, an incoming junior at the private California women’s school, described the online harassment in a
The Lib Dem boss claimed the Tories were in a state of 'civil war' over the best way to leave the EU
In an extraordinary move, the new Lib Dem chief said the Tories had descended into “a state of civil war” over the best way to leave the
Theresa May now has three weeks to recharge her batteries and the Government six weeks to get ready for the challenges to come
She now has three weeks to recharge her batteries and the Government six weeks to get ready for the challenges to come.
The idea that Theresa May
This Morning has been cancelled for the General Election 2017[ITV]
This Morning, Lorraine, Jeremy Kyle and Loose Women will all be replaced by coverage from ITV's The General Election coverage which will report on the results after the polls close.
The live ITV News Special will be presented by Julie Etchingham who will