UPDATE: Trump resigned from the roles hours before he officially became president.
The journalist will stay as Jeremy Corbyn’s communications chief.
The Labour leader has told his party’s MPs he expects them to vote for Article 50.
Downing Street was forced to defend the foreign secretary, insisting he didn’t mean to invoke Hitler with his “World War Two punishment beatings” remark.
The UKIP leader is looking to be the party’s candidate in Stoke-on-Trent Central. One issue: He’s not local.
The prime minister confirmed the UK will leave the single market and warned EU leaders that punishing Britain would be a “calamitous act of self-harm”.
The PM will kill off any hopes of continued single market access, but will insist she wants to remain “friends” with Europe.
The president-elect has given an interview to Michael Gove for The Times – here’s what you need to know.
It didn’t help him win over the voters of Richmond Park.
“Unless they’re going to take me out, what are they going to do stop me?” asked one rebel Momentum activist who faces being excluded from the organisation.
The Labour leader wants to stop public money being spent on contracts only to be “creamed off by a few at the top”.
“Labour is not wedded to freedom of movement for EU citizens as a point of principle,” Corbyn is expected to say.
The prime minister today attempted to set out her vision for what the UK will do when it leaves the EU.
“It is increasingly urgent that the government should sort out how the negotiating team needs to be structured,” Sir Nigel Sheinwald told BuzzFeed News.
£12 million has been spent on the project, but Cyber Aware was often visited by just a few hundred people a day in 2016.
His departure is part of the government’s “wilful destruction of EU expertise”, according to a former top civil servant.
Well, it’s been quite a year.
Indiscriminate collection of data “cannot be considered to be justified within a democratic society”, the court ruled.