It seems UK tuition fees are some of the highest in the world
Robert Halfon says the education system must be fair to both students and taxpayers
Property expert Russell Quirk says things are finally looking up - but more needs to be done
Both leaders are to meet in Berlin and Theresa May will give a speech tomorrow on security relations
The EU has published plans on ways it may punish the UK during the transition period
Peter Edwards says May lacks a coherent world view and this is the root cause of her current problems
Both leaders have been criticised for what they said, and didn't say, in the session today
Cash says we may have to abandon the talks if the EU's posturing continues
May tweets group photo of female MPs without senior-most Labour figures
Theresa May will give a speech in Manchester to mark 100 years since many women were granted the right to vote
The Northern Ireland problem could be solved by a free trade agreement claims Iain Duncan Smith - and it's up to the EU to resolve.
Lord Lawson says treasury officials will do what they're told with clear leadership
Number 10 says it 'categorically' will leave the customs union
Chinese media has claimed the Prime Minister resisted 'radical' pressure to raise concerns over Hong Kong
Liam Fox says the UK must be outside of the customs union to take advantage of growing markets
Lord Tebbit says Thatcher wasn't afraid to seek alternative views and May should do likewise
Theresa May is also expected to present the Chinese President with a box-set copy of the BBC's Blue Planet II series
Lord Adonis said May should have cancelled her trip to China as she needs to be negotiating a trade deal in Brussels
Former Tory leader said 'if anyone now decides to say another word about what they think Brexit looks like or where they would go, the answer is open the door and kick them out.'
Theresa May says MPs will be given 'appropriate' analysis papers before voting on Brexit
A spokesman for Theresa May says there is 'broad agreement' on the matter but still some differences of opinion
Galloway thinks both Trump and May could be gone by the end of the year, while Julian Assange should be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize
If a trade deal forces Britain to accept US standards, it will have a major effect on our health - but even more on the health of the animals we farm.
Villiers says Theresa May is 'absolutely the right person' to lead Britain
Rees-Mogg also says he wouldn't put money on either him or Jeremy Corbyn being next Prime Minister
Many Brexiteers are claiming Theresa May is not being tough enough on Brexit
Chancellor Philip Hammond and Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg have criticised the Government over Brexit
Theresa May and Donald Trump have asked officials to work on “finalising the details of a visit by the President to the UK later this year”,
US media claims the President criticised British media for publishing critical reports on him
Theresa May criticised Boris Johnson for publicising what he wanted to discuss at a Cabinet meeting
Boris Johnson is expected to tell a Cabinet meeting the NHS should be at the top of the list when the UK leaves the EU
The Foreign Secretary has wondered whether the Channel Tunnel was actually just 'a first step'
Dowd says we must learn lessons from this mess
The money will pay for fencing, CCTV and detection technology in Calais and other ports
If Theresa May allows Mohammad bin Salman to visit, it will tell the people being tortured and abused by the Saudi regime that their human rights don't matter
The Bayeux Tapestry could be loaned to the UK within five years, if it can travel safely
It is thought Emmanuel Macron will discuss the matter with Theresa May this week
Cabinet Office minister David Lidington has claimed efforts to deal with the crisis have so far 'gone pretty well'
Julia Hartley-Brewer moves to Breakfast, while Jamie East joins from Virgin Radio and Mike Graham is joined by Theresa May's former comms director Katie Perrior
Julian Kirby appeared on Mike Graham's show after the Prime Minister vowed to eliminate plastic waste by 2042
May's misguided jibe at Rayner compounded the sense of a party in crisis
Theresa May has finished her Cabinet reshuffle, having appointed a number of women and ethnic-minority MPs to key roles - and Julia asked whether the diversity drive was really necessary
Galloway also laid into Toby Young, condemning him as a 'supuriating sore, seeping, weeping, vile bile'
Brexit Secretary had attacked the EU for openly planning for a no-deal Brexit
Katie Perrior condemned May's latest PR own-goal in interview with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Critics attack May for providing nothing more than 'jobs for the boys' and a 'failed rebranding exercise'
Grayling was announces as party chairman, before the tweet was deleted seconds later
Our presenter spoke to revered journalist Jon Craig about the imminent Cabinet reshuffle
Prime Minister tipped to axe or move around half a dozen senior colleagues with Telegraph suggesting that a 'no deal minister' will be appointed
Former Prime Minister begins his campaign for another vote on Brexit - and gives his views on the policies of both the Labour and Conservative parties