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 Liberal Democrat MP said EU citizens who have lived and worked in Britain "for decades" should be given an automatic right to remain.
The outgoing MEP said the decision by Commons officials to rule out chiming Big Ben showed the government was "embarrassed" by Brexit.
The Home Office has finalised the applications of 2.45 million EU citizens to live and work in the UK after Brexit but denied six criminals.
The fundraising page for Big Ben to chime on January 31 has reached 20 per cent of its target in less than 24 hours.
The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers said it does not endorse ringing bells in churches “for political reasons” such as Brexit.
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.
Christine Jardine said the government’s decision not to enshrine the rights of child refugees in the Brexit Bill is a "discredit to all of us".
Sir John Hayes said flying the national flag would be a "fitting tribute" and would show that Britain is "unafraid of our patriotism".
Ursula Von der Leyen has said negotiators "cannot expect to agree on every single aspect" of an EU-UK trade deal without an extension.
The Brexit Party leader said the House of Lords "needs to go", but refused to rule out the possibility of becoming a Sir or Lord.
The Chancellor said farmers can enter the new year "with confidence" after announcing the funds to support them after the UK leaves the EU.
Daisy Cooper has said there is "absolutely no way" the UK could negotiate a trade deal by December 2020, as Boris Johnson has promised.
Ministers have re-worked the Withdrawal Agreement Bill to "legally prohibit" any further extensions to the Brexit deadline.
A Brexiteer who was "fixated" with the Remain-supporting former MP has been given a 28-day jail sentence and three year restraining order.
The campaign for a second Brexit referendum has conceded that its goal is no longer on the cards and will now fight for a "fair deal".
Brexiteer Tim Martin has become £44 million richer as the stock market reacted to Boris Johnson’s landslide election win.
The Liberal Democrat candidate has said she could never give up campaigning for the UK to stay in the European Union.
Nigel Farage said he was "disappointed" that three of his MEPs had quit the party in order to support the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.
The comedian had bread thrown at him and was booed off stage after making political jokes at the Lord's Taverners charity lunch.
He accused Boris Johnson of saying and doing “racist” things, but did not go so far as to call him a racist.
Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price has promised to create tens of thousands of jobs in a “green jobs revolution” during his manifesto launch.
The Brexit Party leader called for an immigration cap, a halving of the foreign aid budget and the scrapping of HS2.
Sir Keir Starmer has warned Britain “won’t go back to normal” no matter whether Britain leaves the European Union or decides to stay.
Jeremy Corbyn will reveal Labour’s manifesto, which is set to include a second Brexit referendum and free broadband for all.
The outgoing European Council president urged Remain campaigners not to "give up" in their fight to stop Brexit.
The leader of the SNP has said a vote for her party would be a chance to "escape Brexit" and put Scotland's future back in its own hands.
The Tory candidate said he "couldn't understand" the PM's Brexit deal, but argued it was in the interests of the country to get it "done".
Jo Swinson has said stopping Brexit would generate a £50 billion "remain bonus" that her party would put into public services.
The cabinet minister slated the Labour leader's Brexit policy, joking that it was "as clear as an apology from Vicky Pollard".
The outgoing European Commission president accused Boris Johnson of lying ahead of the 2016 referendum.
It is accompanied by a sign which blames opposition parties for the Brexit delay.
The ex-Labour Mayor of London said the Prime Minister needed to be in Downing Street "sorting out the mess".
Jeremy Corbyn criticised “the elite” as he launched Labour's election campaign in his first major speech ahead of the December 12 poll.
The Labour peer said the PM had "stripped" his party "of all allies" in the Commons, and would struggle to form a government if he won.
He warned Conservative MPs against acting complacent, despite the government emerging victorious from a battle over an early election date.
A general election is set to be held on December 12 after MPs rejected an amendment aimed at changing the date of the PM's election plan.
The Royal Mint will re-date its special Brexit 50p after the EU agreed to extend the UK's withdrawal deadline for another three months.
The government has said it will end Operation Brock "as soon as possible" after Brussels granted a Brexit delay until January 31, 2020.
The former deputy PM said pulling the Withdrawal Agreement Bill after it secured a second reading was the "wrong decision".
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.
Campaigner Alastair Campbell accused the group's chairman Roland Rudd of "sabotage", after he reportedly fired two senior staff members.
The EU has accepted the UK’s request for a Brexit “flextension” until January 31 2020, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
The MEP said Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan could leave Britain locked in a “never-ending transition”.
Boris Johnson may be successful in his bid for an early election if the European Union grants a Brexit extension until January 31.
The Brexit Party MEP said her party could help the government win a "thumping great majority" in an election.
In an exclusive interview with talkRADIO, the former PM revealed he was not the "world's greatest supporter" of Jeremy Corbyn.