Britain's first new grammar school in 50 years will be approved after months of legal wrangling
SNP tries to win over both sides of the Scottish independence debate, as Evel plans are revived
Rules requiring a surplus in normal times have been around since the coalition government
Gove and May dispute reportedly reignited over £5.9m contract to train Saudi prison officers
Move 'likely to raise hackles' in Moscow, which has accused Nato of trying to militarise border territories
The 1,000-acre estate has been a retreat for PMs from Lloyd George to David Cameron
Prime Minister accused of 'talking left and walking right' in address to Tory Party Conference
The PM is tearing up the requirement for developers to build affordable rental homes, creating a 'generation buy'
Health Secretary condemned for suggesting tax credit recipients don't work hard enough and lack self-respect
Race to replace Boris Johnson as London mayor might 'revive some pretty basic class instincts'
At least 40 laws that make it harder for small businesses to raise money will be reviewed
Madrid insists majority of votes were cast by those who did not want to break away from Spain
Lord Ashcroft fires back with his own jibe about Cameron's apparent failure to promote him in 2010
As he hosts his first Liberal Democrat conference, here's what we know about the newly-elected leader
Chairman says he is 'relaxed' about Treasury officials offering 'unsolicited drafting advice'
Prime Minister's Questions heads in a new direction with Jeremy Corbyn as opposition leader
To many he's a blast from the past – but Corbyn's supporters say his ideas appeal to a new generation of voters
Judges rule time spent travelling to first appointment counts as 'work' for mobile employees
Donald Trump's fallout with REM is the latest in a long line of spats between politicians and performers
Peter Robinson's decision to stand down could trigger the reimposition of direct rule from Westminster