The Lords defied Theresa May over an opposition amendment to guarantee the rights of EU nationals
The party's only MP has reportedly spoken to Conservative MPs over a move back to Theresa May's party
Our host was speaking to Mark from Liverpool, who had a bit of a gripe with him about the situation of the Labour Party situation
An exchange of texts about the shadow home secretary was leaked to the Mail on Sunday yesterday
The Tory grandee and former minister spoke to Paul Ross after the article 50 bill passed its final vote in the House of Commons
The MP for Beaconsfield and former attorney general said the country needs 'good governance' ahead the negotiations
Matthew Elliot, a senior fellow at the Legatum Institute thinktank and former Vote Leave CEO, insisted the Brexit vote has to be upheld despite growing tension in the Labour Party
Theresa May has promised there will be a White Paper outlining the Government's Brexit plans. But what sort of detail - and how much - will he included in the document?
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry issued the warning during an interview on BBC Newsnight
The Supreme Court has ruled that the Brexit process cannot begin without a vote in Parliament and so Labour, the Liberal Democrats and the SNP have responded to the decision
Britain's most senior judges will reveal whether Theresa May has the formal power to trigger Article 50 and begin negotiations with the European Union
Today's Prime Minister's Questions was especially key, coming one day after Theresa May unveiled her priorities for Brexit
Theresa May said it would an act of 'calamitous self-harm' if the EU aimed to punish the UK for leaving the union
Our presenter agreed with a caller who shared the view the Conservative Party were incapable of running public services
Brendan O'Neill, the editor of Spiked Online, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer after West Midlands Police said the Home Secretary's speech at last year's Conservative party conference is being treated as a hate incident
Galloway made the comments while chatting to a caller about Jeremy Corbyn
Our host called for a general election in response to the government's handling of the Southern Rail Strike
The SNP MP for Fife North East engaged in a fiery debate with Julia Hartley-Brewer
Yesterday 461 MPs voted to back Theresa May's timetable for Brexit and trigger Article 50 by the end of March next year
The party has been heavily criticised for agreeing to vote to trigger Article 50 if Theresa May laid out her plan for Brexit, after the vote passed by a majority in the House of Commons yesterday
The Shadow Foreign Secretary stood in for Jeremy Corbyn, while David Lidington stood in for Theresa May
The Prime Minister has said she will reveal her plan to avoid a revolt of up to 40 Conservative MPs
The former PM claimed there was a 'perfectly credible case' for a second referendum
The Chancellor revealed the country's economy is to lose roughly £60 billion over the next five years as a result of the leave vote
A video of the Shadow Chancellor inciting left-wing activists to protest against Labour MPs has led to a strong backlash against him
The High Court ruled that the government cannot trigger Article 50 without Parliamentary approval
Keith Vaz has been voted onto the justice committee despite calls to vote against him after allegations he paid for two male sex workers
Lily Allen has published an essay on Vice to defend her stance on the migrant crisis
Lamb was one of 41 MPs who signed a letter calling for the government to uphold Vote Leave's claim that £350 million more can be spent on the NHS each week
New Batley and Spen MP Tracy Brabin heckled by far-right supporters during victory speech
Sam Armstrong, chief of staff to South Thanet MP Craig Mackinlay, was arrested last week on suspicion of raping a woman in an office on the Parliamentary estate
Shadow justice secretary Richard Burgon hits out at 'coup' against Corbyn and says party is now ready to capitalise on Brexit
Former MP praised Mrs May's hour-long speech yesterday at the Conservative Party Conference
Ukip may be in crisis, but Farage claims the party has 'changed the entire gravity of British politics'
The former Strictly star and Conservative politician spoke to James Max
Rees organised a protest outside the Tory Party Conference in Birmingham yesterday
Lib Dem leader believes the public should be entitled to vote on the Brexit deal, and if it is rejected Brexit process should be stopped
Dave Hill explained his view on the Foreign Secretary's position after Sir Alan Duncan claimed he didn't want to leave the EU
Leader of the Liberal Democrats Tim Farron criticised Theresa May for her handling of Brexit during the Liberal Democrats' annual conference
Former aide to Nigel Farage has hit out at Ukip's 'self-cannibalising' members on day Diane James was elected in succession to Nigel Farage
Politician and Leave campaigner Jacob Rees-Mogg says he was wrong about Theresa May and that he'd vote for Donald Trump if he were American
The First Minister will hail her proposed referendum as the "biggest ever political listening exercise"
Junior doctors will hold five days of industrial action later in September, which is thought to endanger 00,000 operations
The government has taken around £8billion from the scheme
Mills claims 'it's completely wrong to go back over the ground again'
The former leader of UKIP told talkRADIO he couldn't let down the people he encouraged to vote Leave
GP and author Youssef El-Gingihy claims the government has strived to privatise the NHS by 'stealth' but says this plan has reached its 'endgame'
Conservative MP Nigel Evans warns of dire consequences following claims from Baroness Wheatcroft that the House of Lords could intentionally delay invoking Article 50 and cause a second EU referendum…
Within hours of getting the green light from French energy firm EDF, the building of the £18bn Hinckley Point nuclear power station will be delayed by a government review. Who is right?
As Theresa May begins her European tour by visiting Germany and France, The Telegraph's European Editor Peter Foster says she should do everything in her power to keep negotiations calm, cool and constructive
Boris Johnson wowed them with his tonsorial fine-tune in Brussels this week. Which reminded us of some of his earlier fashion statements…
The country's new leader held her first Prime Minister's Questions today, and that got us thinking...