Johnson as prime minister would 'make Tory MPs defect to Change UK'
'That would potentially be the end of the road for a number of Tory MPs', predicts Heidi Allen - as Conservatives manoeuvre against Theresa May
Grassroots Tories boycott campaign for European elections
Local Conservative group takes extraordinary step of refusing to help with the 23 May poll – insisting it ‘should not be happening’
Ukip leader storms out of interview after question over rape tweet
Ukip leader Gerard Batten stormed out of an interview with Sky News as he continued to defend candidate Carl Benjamin's 2016 tweet to MP Jess Phillips stating that he “wouldn’t even rape" her. The party leader previously called the comments 'satire'.
Ukip candidate in 'rape' row over Labour MP calls her 'giant b****'
Benjamin insists he ‘will not be apologising for my crimes against political correctness’ amid outrage over claim he ‘wouldn’t even rape’ MP Jess Phillips
Criminals could keep records from employers under review by Javid
'They may find they are never getting a proper chance to turn around, I think we need to be sensible and look again at issues like this,' home secretary says
May has ‘no chance’ of passing deal in time to stop European elections
Exclusive: Experts dismiss chances of legislation passing by 22 May – putting prime minister on course for ballot box disaster and fresh threat to her job
Tony Blair and Bertie Ahern call for second Brexit referendum
Former prime ministers warn a hard Brexit is ‘the most serious threat to the agreement since its creation’
May ‘must appoint deputy’ for next Brexit stage or repeat blunders
Government risks ‘stumbling’ into future trade talks with EU ‘without a plan’ – even if divorce deal is eventually approved by MPs