The The Liberal Democrat leader, along with fellow MP Tim Farron, were criticised for not showing up to vote on the Prime Minister's new Brexit White Paper.
So-called "overflight rights" are guaranteed by international treaties rather than EU membership, a Number 10 spokeswoman said
Theresa May will use a speech in Belfast to reiterate her refusal to contemplate any backstop deal that treats Northern Ireland differently from the rest of the UK
Philip Davies claims he has "lost trust" in May's ability to deliver Brexit
The former Director General of the CBI and current Lord, joined the Julia Hartley-Brewer show on talkRADIO in reaction to Boris Johnson’s resignation speech
The former Foreign Secretary addressed the House of Commons to explain his reasons for resigning as Foreign Secretary
James Whale clashed with pro-Brexit Labour councillor Brendan Chilton and hung up on him
Former Downing Street press secretary Alastair Campbell tells Eamonn Holmes that Vote Leave should face a criminal probe
Darren Jones MP told Jamie East that the penalties imposed by the Electoral Commission are not severe enough
Remainer Lord Adonis and Brexiteer Stewart Jackson give their views on Vote Leave being fined by the Electoral Commission
It means Vote Leave exceeded its legal spending limit of £7 million by almost £500,000, the statement added.
In an interview with George Galloway on the Mother of All Talk Shows, Peter Hitchens revealed his unique views on Brexit and the US president
Justine Greening has called for a second referendum on what kind of Brexit the UK should pursue, but Robert Halfon and Jacob Rees-Mogg say another vote is a Remainer tactic
Eurosceptic MP Jacob Rees-Mogg says a no-deal Brexit would save the UK money, and it could happen if Theresa May's policy doesn't garner support
As MPs prepare to vote on Commons amendments to the Chequers bill, Julia Hartley-Brewer said the PM's plan was a 'failure' and joked she would have liked to have seen Trump's take on Brexit
The US President was quick to praise the Prime Minister after criticising her Brexit White Paper in The Sun.
talkRADIO presenter James Whale was unimpressed by the Brexit proposals put together at Chequers
Tom Newton Dunn, the political editor of the Sun, said Donald Trump sees the UK's future as 'closer to America'
The chair of Republicans Overseas UK told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Donald Trump's scathing remarks on Brexit put 'pressure' on the PM
The MP for Brighton Pavillion has suggested the Prime Minister isn’t in a strong enough position to negotiate a trade deal since the aftermath of her Chequers Brexit policy.
Theresa May’s White Paper was published on Thursday outlining Britain’s plan for leaving the European Union.
If the Electoral Commission finds that the Vote Leave campaign went over its spending limit, police should become involved, said Ben Bradshaw
The protests could push the UK away from the EU at a crucial time, claims a representative of Republicans Overseas
The pair have quit because of their opposition to Theresa May's Chequers policy on Brexit.
The author, who has been campaigning to fight Brexit and for the final deal to be voted for by the people when the final deal is agreed with the European Union, lambasted Brexiteers on Julia Hartley-Brewer's show on talkRADIO.
The Conservative MP for North West Leicestershire has written to Sir Graham Brady saying he has no confidence in the Prime Minister
The leading Eurosceptic, and chairman for the European Research Group, has been voicing his concerns of the deal that was agreed among by the Government at Chequers on Friday.
The Secretary of State for Food, Environment and Rural Affairs was due to speak at a briefing to lay out the UK's new marine conservation policies
Mr Farage has dubbed Theresa May's Chequers plan as 'unacceptable' following her announcement in Parliament on Monday.
The Prime Minister did not face a vote of no confidence, and newly-appointed secretaries of state pledge their support
The defiant message came after Mrs May's administration was thrown into turmoil by the sensational resignations in quick succession of Brexit Secretary David Davis and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
The former MP for Maidstone and The Weald was seemingly shocked by the announcement of David Davis’ resignation because it was thought everyone had ‘signed up’ to Prime Minister’s Brexit plan.
The former Minister for Housing and Planning took over from David Davis as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union
The former Brexit secretary, who resigned this morning, said he encouraged colleagues to support the Prime Minister but did not agree with her vision for Brexit
The current Housing Minister, who was a big leave campaigner in 2016 EU referendum, will take over from the departing Mr Davis.
David Davis said he could not support the government's soft Brexit plans, and Brexiteers have praised his decision
Ministers who resign during the Brexit meeting at Chequers will be left to get taxis home, according to a cabinet source - but the local taxi firm they've been advised to use has shut down
Ministers will gather at Chequers to consider plans which could see the UK remain closely aligned to rules set by Brussels on agriculture and food, potentially making it much harder to strike a post-Brexit trade deal with the US.
The company said it urgently needs "greater certainty" on Brexit to continue to invest heavily in the UK and safeguard suppliers, customers and 40,000 British-based jobs.
The campaign group's former chief executive, Matthew Elliott, said the Electoral Commission (EC) had concluded that Vote Leave exceeded spending limits and made a donation to a group that it should not have.
Len McCluskey, general secretary of Unite, said Prime Minister Theresa May has lost all authority or capacity to make decisions
The MP for North East Somerset has accused the Treasury of consistently frustrating the Brexit process and that no deal is better than a bad deal.
Theresa May will meet with senior ministers on Friday to discuss the new model at Chequers, as the plans are yet to be made available to the public.
The Breixteer said the Prime Minister and her top team must decide at a meeting at Chequers on Friday if they would stand by her pledges or reduce "a once-proud country" to a "tremulous state that sees Brexit as mere damage limitation".
Iain Duncan Smith says businesses should not try and involve themselves in Brexit negotiations, as two unions push government for 'urgency'
The Foreign Secretary is said to have exclaimed "f*** business" when asked about the Brexit fears of some company bosses.
Several businesses have warned that Brexit could mean them moving operations out of the UK, and Sadiq Khan has warned the service industries could suffer. Find out why
Woody Johnson joined Julia Hartley-Brewer on the breakfast show to reveal (sort of) what Donald Trump thinks about his upcoming visit, trade wars, and migrant children
The company, which employs 14,000 people at 25 sites across the country, said it would "reconsider its investments in the UK, and its long-term footprint in the country" if Britain crashed out of the single market and customs union without a transition agreement.
Theresa May's flagship Brexit bill has cleared its final parliamentary hurdle after she avoided a backbench rebellion with an eleventh hour concession to pro-EU Tories.
Voting was 354 to 235, majority 119, for an amendment to the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill tabled by Tory former minister Viscount Hailsham.
Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the European Commission should not be involved in "domestic politics"
Prime Minister's Questions was plunged into chaos after the SNP's Westminster leader was kicked out for repeatedly challenging Speaker John Bercow.