The former prime minister was caught on camera at the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland.
Brexit Secretary David Davis rejects fellow Tory's Jacob Rees-Mogg's suggestion it would be "more honest" to admit the UK plans to "de facto" stay in the EU for two extra years.
The prime minister says she will look at the rules and urges women not to avoid the tests.
UKIP leader Henry Bolton says his relationship with Jo Marney has been put on hold.
Comments from MPs Nick Boles, Ed Vaizey, Grant Shapps and Nicholas Soames about Conservative policies.
Those who like a fizzy drink will soon be paying more to enjoy them, when the sugar tax comes into force in April this year.
Debating Henry Bolton's leadership with supporter David Allen and Peter Whittle, who thinks he should stand down.
UKIP’s leader says he will not be standing down and wants to change the way the party is governed
The party has been through a number of leadership changes recently.
There needs to be a "more balanced approach" in dealing with sexual assault and sexual relations, says Charlotte Gill.
UKIP's leader is "not facing reality" as several party spokespeople have stood down, says MEP Gerard Batten.
A French politician raises doubts on President Macron's claim that France would "probably" have voted to leave the EU had a referendum taken place.
UKIP Leader Henry Bolton has faced repeated calls to quit over offensive texts sent by his former girlfriend.
What we learnt when French President Emmanuel Macron talked to the BBC's Andrew Marr.
Sarah Smith discusses the extent to which the House of Lords can block Brexit - or at least amend the related legidlation - with the leading Brexit campaigner Jacob Rees-Mogg MP and ardent pro-EU peer Lord Adonis.
France's president criticises Donald Trump's crude comment about African countries, in a BBC interview.
Minister Margot James says it is "utterly untrue" to suggest the government wants to privatise the NHS.
After President Macron's visit to the UK, the British government makes a renewed pledge to allow more child refugees to come to Britain.
Taking to the potter's wheel, Momentum Barbara Ntumy looks at Jeremy Corbyn's "exciting new vision".
BBC Europe correspondent Adam Fleming looks at Brexit messages in the Irish PM's speech.
Small businesses fear they may have lost thousands with Carillion collapse.
Royal Bank of Scotland chairman Howard Davies calls the private finance initiative a "fraud".
An MP describes meeting people who had been gang-raped, seen their husbands murdered and their babies thrown on to a fire.
Alex Sobel's voice cracked as he told MPs of seeing the numbers tattooed on his great aunt's arm.
Stella Creasy MP wants windfall tax on PFI companies to recover taxpayers money.
Two of Parliament's newest MPs recount how they ended up in Parliament at the 2017 election.
Public services need to be provided by "public employees with a public service ethos" says Jeremy Corbyn.
The sentence served by John Worboys is "an insult to his victims” says Zac Goldsmith, who calls on the PM to back a judicial review.
An MP who appeared to doze off in the House of Commons is back 24 hours later joking about his nap.
The prime minister is asked when her "warm words" on mental health services will be put into action.
Sir Desmond Swayne seems very relaxed during his colleague's speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill.
People have been "conned" by claims on the side of a bus about extra money for the NHS, says Anna Soubry MP.
The moodbox, an unscientific test with a box and balls, is used to find out what the man and woman in the street think of the public and private sectors.
The European Council President says the UK could remain in the EU if there is "a change of heart".
Looking at how countries, or less defined areas, can function without an elected government.
Leader of UKIP says Jo Marney views not in line with her 'core beliefs'
A look at the life of suffragist Millicent Fawcett in the 100th anniversary year of women winning the vote.
Other EU nations are not out to get Britain, and they have things to worry about other than Brexit, says a German journalist.
The SNP leader says Labour MPs must get their "act together" and try to keep the UK in the single market.
The EU says we can only have an 'off-the-shelf' model, like the deals with Norway or Canada; but the UK Government says we can be far more ambitious, as Elizabeth Glinka reports.
A speech by Sadiq Khan was suspended for several minutes while demonstrators were removed by police.
Why do famous names win US elections, but British celebs fail to make it to public office.
Social media is reaching those who might not get their news from broadcasters and traditional media.
Henry Bolton tells the BBC he did not want the publicity his relationship with a model attracted.
Peter Stringfellow calls for a general election, and for politicians to be honest about where they stand over leaving the EU.
Nigel Farage and Chuka Umunna disagree over Donald Trump's cancelled UK visit.
Nigel Farage misspoke in second EU referendum comments, UKIP's leader has said.
Labour's fire spokesman denies being sacked from the opposition front bench over council tax comments.
Prime Minister Theresa May unveils "national plan with international ambitions".
The Conservative Party has not revealed how many paid-up members it has, but estimates suggest the total has fallen to around 100,000.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says the government's 25 year plan to end plastic waste is "too long".
Environment Secretary Michael Gove appears to channel his own Dead Ringers impersonation
Ex-Lib Dem leader says he regrets saying he didn't think gay sex was a sin, in the general election.
Speaker John Bercow tells Lib Dem MP Layla Moran that he had "looked meaningfully" at her hoping that she would ask a question of the prime minister at PMQs.
Jeremy Corbyn wants to know the "words of comfort" from the prime minister to patients waiting in the back of ambulances.
Jeremy Corbyn asks about nurses treating patients in car parks while 55,000 operations have been cancelled this month.
The government should bring in a national ban on the sale of high energy drinks for under-16s, says an MP
Arguments on Wednesday centered around whether Ohio is using a failure to vote, and nothing more, as the basis for canceling voter registrations. The state says a notice it sends to people who haven't voted provides a safeguard that makes the system OK.
The Hillbilly Elegy author is fielding increased calls for him to enter the race now that Josh Mandel has dropped out. And he's in Washington this week, talking to Republican leaders about the possibility.
North Carolina's 2016 congressional map is unconstitutional, a federal court ruled on Tuesday, because its "partisan favoritism" violates the Equal Protection Clause, First Amendment, and Election Clause.
He's stepped down from a new university regulator amid a row over controversial comments on Twitter.
Toby Young has resigned from the board of a new university regulator.
A look at the developments in politics since Stormont collapsed a year ago
There are some national elections with potential importance to the UK coming up in other countries across 2018.
Newspaper coverage about the private life of Henry Bolton mean people have been talking about the man who was elected UKIP leader in September.
Kate Andrews from the Institute of Economic Affairs says it is time to look at a radically different way of running health services.
Former Conservative leader Michael Howard says Theresa May is in a good position.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says that a no deal on Brexit is "unthinkable.
The prime minister announces she has dropped plans to hold a vote on the fox hunting ban during this parliament.
Times columnist David Aaronovitch argues the pro-Brexit majority will be cut to zero as older voters die.
But the statement, a rare public one from Rebekah Mercer, leaves a lot to the imagination about when and where her family stopped being a benefactor to Bannon's efforts. It's not clear when Mercer and Bannon last spoke, multiple people told BuzzFeed News.
The Prime Minster says she knows hospital problems are "disappointing" and "frustrating" for people.
Former Labour PM Tony Blair tells the BBC why he believes the UK should get another say on Brexit.
The former British Foreign Secretary argues Britain needs to make a success of Brexit.
Reporter Mark Lobel tells the story of a bid which so nearly fell at the first hurdle.
Trump blamed states for refusing to turn over information to the commission, which was facing several challenges in court.
Managers at Westminster say action was successfully taken to tackle the parasites.
Cherie Blair argues gender equality would mean a big economic boost, but it's not the only reason to fight for it.
Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth says patients are "suffering" because of spending cuts.
Manafort claims Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein didn't have the authority to give the special counsel power to investigate anything beyond Russian collusion.
Psephologist John Curtice says he had not predicted the knighthood he has been given for services to social sciences and politics.
The defendant in one of the cases brought by the Special Counsel's Office will have to ring in the new year at home.
The story of politics in 2017, including a snap general election that was full of surprises.
The health secretary says he would like the NHS to have a "longer time horizon".
UKIP will be stronger following the departure of Nathan Gill from the Welsh Assembly, says David Rowlands AM.
The decision, however, will remain on hold pending any review from the Supreme Court.
Boris Johnson is the first UK foreign secretary to visit Russia in five years.
Why British passports are changing colours after Brexit – and do Brits welcome the switch?
A jury on Thursday found the six defendants not guilty on all charges they were facing in connection with Inauguration Day protests in Washington, DC.
In announcing the move, the Justice Department stated the 25 documents were "unnecessary, inconsistent with existing law, or otherwise improper."
Kate Maltby exclusively tells the BBC she passed concerns about the Secretary of State on in 2016.
Jeremy Hunt says Damian Green clearly breached ministerial code but that it is a sad moment.
Does 2018 promise to be as eventful and unpredictable as the outgoing year in terms of politics?
The US Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit denied the request in a short order on Thursday.
Challengers of the Trump administration's decision to end DACA are seeking internal government documents in an ongoing court challenge. The Supreme Court, however, ruled that they'll need to wait for now.
Conservative MP Robert Halfon says his staff found someone asleep under the desks in their office in Parliament's basement.
The prime minister is asked if she will be naming her Christmas goose after Boris Johnson or Michael Gove.
A Labour MP challenges Michael Gove over the Vote Leave campaign's use of the £350m figure.
Military officials have had a policy in place for "processing transgender applicants for military service" since Dec. 8, a newly public memorandum shows.
Proposals to change how women's domestic violence refuges are funded could mean the accommodation is no longer paid for mainly from housing benefit.