Former Nigel Farage media aide Michael Heaver speaks to IBTimes UK about his new site.
Professor Tim Bale says the House of Commons faces a split between 'panglossians and pessimists'.
She led the legal challenge over who had the right to begin the UK's departure from the EU.
Over one million women worldwide will march against intolerance the day after Trump's inauguration.
The UK has seen a rise in hate crimes against EU nationals since the referendum in June.
The NHS currently reimburses EU countries for British citizens' healthcare.
The prime minister 'nailed the so-called ambiguities', says Boris Johnson.
Up-front costs and in-app purchases set to rise by around 25% following GBP fluctuations.
Sterling falls 1.2% against US dollar to $1.2017 during Asian trading.
Applications from European students have fallen since Brexit claims Cambridge professor.
The embassy questioned whether the UK is seeking another EU referendum following US election concerns.
The three-party coalition holds a one-seat majority in parliament.
Left-winger will warn of sowing divisions in the UK by 'scapegoating migrants'.
UK prime minister says 'great forces' of liberalism and globalisation must be defended.
Richard Tice, the co-chair of Leave Means Leave, spoke to IBTimes UK about May's remarks.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson hailed him as 'just the man to get the best deal for the UK'.
We could do with a quiet year - but perish the thought in the next 12 months.
YouGov survey also showed the British electorate think Father Christmas is a Green Party supporter.
Protests, resignations and Nigel Farage – here are the best (and worst) photos documenting British politics before and after the vote.
Institute for Government says Whitehall 'urgently needs' to prepare for negotiations with the EU.
He tells MPs that taking longer than two years to leave EU means less disruption.
Online fashion company to invest £40m into Greater London House in Camden over three years.
Jolyon Maugham QC wants to know whether Article 50 can be reversed once triggered.
'Post-truth' is word of the year - but that doesn't mean we should accept lies from Trump or Brexiteers
My dream for 2017 is that Trump's presidential win turns out to be the most spectacular Fake News yet.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are sending the reserves to PMQs, which are followed by a Brexit debate.
Michel Barnier wants to complete talks with the UK by October 2018 and ratify the deal in March 2019.
The hearing will take place over four days - and will be led by white, middle-aged men.
Manufacturers report positive output and new orders for the first time in 18 months.
Jeremy Wright says the 11 justices 'must not stray into areas of political judgement'.
Poll found journalists, bankers and estate agents are trusted more than politicians.