The Chancellor has assured MPs that he is listening to their concerns about upcoming changes to business rates - amid fears that higher costs could force small shops and pubs to close their doors.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has repeatedly refused to rule out stepping down if he does not win the parliamentary by-election in Stoke-on-Trent on Thursday.
President Trump's state visit to the UK will go ahead, the Government has emphatically declared despite opposition from MPs and protests all over the UK.
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The boss of Volkswagen UK has said his company has "not misled anybody" and does not owe any compensation to British drivers, despite paying billions of pounds to customers in America.
William Hague has launched a scathing attack on Tony Blair's call to Brexit opponents to "rise up", as peers debate the Government's Article 50 Bill in the House of Lords.
Police are digging up the garden of a house where double killer Christopher Halliwell once lived.
The business secretary Greg Clark has told MPs "we start from a position of strength", as Vauxhall workers fret over a potential takeover by Peugeot (PSA) amid uncertainty over the UK's future outside the EU.
The Prime Minister made a brief appearance in the House of Lords as peers in the upper chamber started debating the Government's Brexit bill.
A man bludgeoned his girlfriend to death with a lump hammer before spending the night sleeping next to her body in bed, a court has heard.