Theresa May

The PM vowed the cap on 12 million bills would be in place by the winter – protecting households from “unfair price rises”. It marks a victory for The Sun after our campaign revealed customers were...

Arch Eurosceptic backbencher Philip Davies became the latest to formerly demand the PM get the boot yesterday – ignoring advice from senior Leavers to wait until October in order to “protect Brexit”. The...

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) said any savings on EU contributions had already been “swallowed up” by other promises made, such as divorce payments, supporting farmers and access to EU...

The controversial massive blimp depicting President Donald Trump as a crying baby that was flown over London amidst the president’s visit to Great Britain may now be heading across the pond to convey...

While insisting free movement would “totally” end, the Home Secretary said the UK may drop demands for visas in the hope of a better trade deal. And he gave the clearest hint yet that Theresa May’s...

Prime Minister Theresa May tonight said she is "appalled" by the death of Dawn Sturgess following exposure to nerve agent Novichok . As the police launched a murder probe, Mrs May said in a statement:...

Fight for Brexit It is incredible to watch Europhile Tories savage Jacob Rees-Mogg simply for insisting that Theresa May should keep the promises she has repeatedly made. Of course she must. The future...

Senior allies want the PM to seize ­control of negotiations now the flagship departure bill is set to become law. And if EU officials rebuff her demands, she should hand over her business card and say:...

Prime Minister Theresa May gave Prince William a very deep curtsy as she welcomed him at a ceremony at the Defence and National Rehabilitation Centre. The cringe-worthy moment was spotted as the Duke...

The PM made the desperate appeal for unity among her feuding party as two days of votes on the EU Withdrawal Bill begin. She brokered an 11th-hour truce between warring factions to derail 14 Lords amendments...

Peter Navarro told Fox news Canadian boss Justin Trudeau had tried to "stab Trump in the back" after they locked horns over steel and aluminium tariffs. The US President was so incensed by...

Despairing Brexiteers are considering a coup as they take part in crunch EU departure votes this week. THE LORDS THE Bill will likely go back to the House of Lords on June 18 under the so-called “ping-pong”...

He branded the Chancellor's Treasury 'the heart of remain', with Theresa May facing increasing pressure to ditch Hammond. Boris Johnson even said Donald Trump could do a better job, in...

As Brexit Secretary David Davis threatened to quit, the PM agreed to a “time-limited” plan where the UK would mirror EU customs rules after Brexit. But senior Government insiders admitted the new...

David Davis’s open revolt against the PM came after she refused his demand to define a precise time limit for a backstop solution to keep the Irish border open. Rumours swept Westminster that Mr Davis...

He refused to give his full backing to the Tories’ tens of thousands target in his first major interview since taking the job. Mr Javid would only say it was in the party’s manifesto and he was bound...