The SNP’s Commons leader claimed that "powers are being grabbed back to Westminster" as he took on Boris Johnson in PMQs.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will return to the Commons for further scrutiny today after he suffered five defeats in the House of Lords.
Boris Johnson has planned to take his Cabinet on tour to the North of England as part of his promise to “work for the whole country”.
The Ministry of Justice said more than 22,000 crimes involving knives or offensive weapons were dealt with in the year up to September 2019.
The SNP's Westminster leader said the PM's rejection of a second poll on Scottish independence was "unacceptable and unsustainable".
The Conservative MP said it was "brilliant" that the PM has suggested a crowdfunder to meet the costs of "bonging" Big Ben on Brexit day.
Boris Johnson said he is “absolutely confident” that the Royal Family will "sort out" the future roles of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Western leaders have said there is evidence that the crash was caused by an Iranian missile but added that it could have been unintentional.
Ursula Von der Leyen has said negotiators "cannot expect to agree on every single aspect" of an EU-UK trade deal without an extension.
Mr Corbyn attacked Boris Johnson's response to escalating tension in Iran during Prime Minister's Questions.
The PM and Adel Abdul-Mahdi have agreed to “find a diplomatic way forward” in the wake of the death of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
Dominic Cummings has appealed to "super-talented weirdos" to apply for jobs in Downing Street to improve government decision making.
The Labour leader took to the despatch box to criticise the government’s new legislative programme as one of “gimmicks and false promises”.
The PM has presented the “most radical Queen's Speech in a generation” with measures to deliver Brexit and the “people's priorities”.
Boris Johnson said the new Parliament was a "vast improvement" on the last as he urged members to "heal the divisions of our country".
Daisy Cooper has said there is "absolutely no way" the UK could negotiate a trade deal by December 2020, as Boris Johnson has promised.
The pair appeared to put their past differences behind them as they were photographed celebrating the party's election win.
Ministers have re-worked the Withdrawal Agreement Bill to "legally prohibit" any further extensions to the Brexit deadline.
Nicky Morgan will keep her role as Culture Secretary and be given a life peerage as part of the Prime Minister's mini cabinet reshuffle.
The former MP has said that Boris Johnson's next move could open an opportunity in the political centre ground for the Liberal Democrats.
The PM said he does not agree with the White House on climate change and will make the case for becoming carbon neutral "very forcefully".
The Prime Minister spoke to talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer as the 2019 general election campaign draws to a close.
The pair will take part in their second televised head-to-head debate of the election campaign tonight.
The father of one victim has asked that his son's death not be used to further an "agenda of hate" and justify "draconian sentences".
The government has launched an urgent review into licence conditions of convicted terrorists after two people were killed by an ex-prisoner.
Michael Gove has accused opposition party leaders of a “denial of democracy” after he was refused entry to a leaders’ debate on the climate.
He apologised for the “hurt and offence” caused by Islamophobia coming from within the Conservative Party.
He said he has obtained official documents that show the NHS would be “up for sale” under a post-Brexit trade deal.
The Housing Secretary said “antisemitism will abate in the Labour Party when Jeremy Corbyn is no longer its leader”
He declined multiple opportunities to apologise to the Jewish community after the Chief Rabbi said he was unfit to be Prime Minister.
The Prime Minster has said Conservative members guilty of discrimination are dismissed from the party "first bounce".
He accused Boris Johnson of saying and doing “racist” things, but did not go so far as to call him a racist.
Fact-checking organisations have questioned the Conservative Party’s financial figures after it released its manifesto on Sunday.
The former Labour London Mayor said the Prime Minister is "happy to keep talking about Brexit" because he has no "great political agenda".
Mr Raab said the Tory Party were "rebutting scaremongering" when its press office rebranded its Twitter account as a fact-checking service.
The Prime Minister and leader of the opposition went head to head over Brexit and the NHS in the first TV debate of the general election.
The Prime Minister has written a letter to the leader of the opposition ahead of the hour-long showdown, asking him about his Brexit stance.
The Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster has defended "onanism" comments that Boris Johnson is set to make about Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit.
Dominic Grieve has labelled Boris Johnson a "liar" but said he will do "everything possible" to stop Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.
The Prime Minister will chair the Cobra meeting this afernoon after the north of England was hit by severe flooding last week.
The Prime Minister had claimed on the campaign trail he would not drink until Brexit is sorted.
Both the Prime Minister and the Labour leader have pledged to improve support for the Armed Forces if their parties win the election.
The PM promised to deliver Brexit and invest in the NHS, while the Green Party pledged to get the UK net zero carbon by 2030.
Today is the first day of the five-week general election campaign period, after Parliament was dissolved in the early hours of this morning.
Number 10 has confirmed that the Conservatives will not form an alliance with Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party ahead of the general election.
Legislation triggering an early general election on December 12 has become law after receiving Royal Assent.
Jeremy Corbyn criticised “the elite” as he launched Labour's election campaign in his first major speech ahead of the December 12 poll.
He warned Conservative MPs against acting complacent, despite the government emerging victorious from a battle over an early election date.
Boris Johnson is expected to once again ask MPs to support a December 12 election despite the measure being defeated on Monday night.
The Prime Minister has said he will put forward a "short Bill" to try again to get MPs to back having an election on December 12 after they rejected it this evening.
Boris Johnson may be successful in his bid for an early election if the European Union grants a Brexit extension until January 31.
An EU decision is expected today outlining if, and crucially for how long, a Brexit delay may be granted, which could influence an election.