Whatever you think of Theresa May, the embattled Prime Minister has an uncanny ability to just... keep on going.
With the ongoing Brexit deadlock continuing to depress the life out of everyone at Westminster, it's been good to have a bit of light relied today. Unless, of course, you happen to be Scott Mann.
Fans of ex-housing minister Dominic Raab have been buying up online real-estate to support his expected Tory leadership bid.
Theresa May puts her political life on the line again tonight as MPs vote on her new-look Brexit deal.
Rumours that Michael Gove and Boris Johnson might be pals again appear to have been greatly exaggerated.
Who says Brexit isn't fun?
She followed up with one of the most ludicrous political climbdowns of recent years
Cameron gave Gabby Bertin a peerage in his resignation honours list.
People are getting increasingly frustrated that Brexit is distracting politicians from the issues that really matter - such as housing.
Although Brexit is important issue it, we should not see it as a soul defining issue.
In Luciana Berger's case, anti-Semitism is the overriding reason for quitting.
Many principled Labour MPs are now ready to come on board, while other people need to climb down.
I have run countless focus groups on Brexit and rarely have I seen any more dejected citizens than last week in Slough.
PMs such as John Major used to rely on business figures for advice and guidance.
From May and Corbyn to the 'fat-headed Daily Telegraph reader': the never-ending relevance of George Orwell
How comforting to know that Orwell's caricatures still make perfect sense today.
The youngest MPs in each major party talk about whether UK politics is working for young people.
Follow all the local election results and political fallout as councils across England count their ballots.
The first 14 life peers were introduced in two special sessions ahead of the 1958 state opening of parliament
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed the first women, and all men, to vote for the first time.
Just seven months after entering parliament, Kemi Badenoch has been handed a key role inside CCHQ overseeing her party’s candidate selection process.
Vice and The Font Runner are both films with an important message about politics.
Alan Partridge’s political journey – from simplistic right winger to someone ‘more like David Cameron’
'He understands you can be economically conservative but you have got to be socially liberal.'
Do we prefer insider accounts and journalism to more academic texts?