John Bercow under pressure to quit as Speaker after Theresa May blasts 'unacceptable' insults towards female minister

John Bercow under pressure to quit as Speaker after Theresa May blasts 'unacceptable' insults towards female minister

The PM slammed the Commons boss after The Sun revealed he called Mrs Leadsom a "stupid woman". Mr Bercow lashed out at the minister in the Parliament chamber – leaving her stunned when she found out. Sources close to Mrs Leadsom say…

Theresa May embraces Canada's glamorous PM Trudeau – a day after he took a selfie with London Mayor

Theresa May embraces Canada's glamorous PM Trudeau – a day after he took a selfie with London Mayor

The PM embraced her Canadian counterpart at St James’s Palace in London at the start of the Commonwealth summit. Yesterday, right-on Mr Trudeau held a public meeting with the London Mayor, New Zealand’s PM Jacinda Ardern and dozens of schoolchildren. He hugged…

Theresa May thanks Queen for her ‘service, dedication and constancy’ to the Commonwealth as world leaders bid farewell to Her Majesty at her final summit

Theresa May thanks Queen for her ‘service, dedication and constancy’ to the Commonwealth as world leaders bid farewell to Her Majesty at her final summit

The Prime Minister praised her as the group’s “most steadfast and fervent champion” at the opening ceremony in Buckingham Palace this morning. She hailed the 91-year-old monarch and said: “On behalf of all of you assembled here in Buckingham Palace, I want…

Labour councillor suspended after he calls Theresa May a 'b***h' and mocks Tory voters who suffer from cancer

Labour councillor suspended after he calls Theresa May a 'b***h' and mocks Tory voters who suffer from cancer

Richard Taylor, former mayor of Wakefield, was suspended by Labour after his misogynistic messages came to light. Questioned about his web trolling, the politician called Theresa May “the most vile thing that has ever walked on a pair of legs”. Mr Taylor…

Theresa May delivers rare mic drop as she destroys Labour on Windrush with classic ambush over who ordered migrants’ landing slips to be destroyed

Theresa May delivers rare mic drop as she destroys Labour on Windrush with classic ambush over who ordered migrants’ landing slips to be destroyed

As her back was against the wall, Theresa May lined up a toady Tory MP at the top of the bout to let her apologise to Windrush Brits who have faced in the threat of deportation in the a spectacular Home Office…

Theresa May risks row with Commonwealth by blasting the three dozen member countries who still criminalise gay relationships

Theresa May risks row with Commonwealth by blasting the three dozen member countries who still criminalise gay relationships

The Prime Minister said she “deeply regrets” the UK’s own legacy in the anti-homsexual laws in those states – but told them to learn from our mistakes. At the Commonwealth summit in London today she pledged to help the 36 of the…

Theresa May to apologise to Caribbean leaders after Windrush generation 'treated appallingly' and threatened with deportation

Theresa May to apologise to Caribbean leaders after Windrush generation 'treated appallingly' and threatened with deportation

The Prime Minister will reassure those who came legally to the UK after World War II who built their lives in this country that they can stay indefinitely. As part of Commonwealth meetings later today No10 had initially turned down the meeting,…

Theresa May set for a series of damaging defeats on the flagship Brexit bill in the House of Lords with peers set to back keeping UK in the EU customs union

Theresa May set for a series of damaging defeats on the flagship Brexit bill in the House of Lords with peers set to back keeping UK in the EU customs union

The upper chamber is debating the legislation – which lays the legal ground for our withdrawal from the bloc – with peers set to back an amendment keeping the UK in the EU customs union. It would mean tariffs on goods traded…

RAF Tornado jets pictured on runway primed for Syria air strikes awaiting green light from Theresa May

RAF Tornado jets pictured on runway primed for Syria air strikes awaiting green light from Theresa May

Mrs May was today trying to rally support for strikes against dictator Bashar al-Assad after the gassing of civilians in capital Damascus on Saturday. The PM suggested yesterday that the West has strong proof that Assad is responsible for the deadly chemical…