John Cleese has caused a stir online after claiming London is no longer an “English city".
The former MP George Galloway has announced plans to try and prosecute Alastair Campbell over the Iraq War, in response to Boris Johnson facing court over accusations of misconduct.
Telegraph columnist Charles Moore has accused BBC Question Time of having a pro-Remain bias after he pointed out during Thursday night’s panel that he was the only Leave-supporting guest.
Pro-Brexit campaign group Vote Leave has been fined £40,000 for sending thousands of spam text messages in the run-up to the 2016 EU referendum.
Ben Derby, the spokesman for Auto Trader has revealed that over 30 per cent of road users, who feel road rage is problem, think it has got worse since the 2016 EU referendum.
Spiked editor Brendan O'Neill tells Julia Hartley-Brewer of his discomfort with an article claiming the deaths of Leave voters will help sway the country's opinion on Brexit
Former Conservative chancellor George Osborne has launched a scathing attack on the party, warning it faces a prolonged period in opposition "unless it engages more with modern Britain" and changes direction on Brexit.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said that he “could palpably feel the vote was gone” for Remain before the EU Referendum result was in.
New Zealand’s deputy prime minister has said that opening an embassy in Dublin was one of the first decisions made by the government after the EU referendum in 2016.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that “no deal is better than a bad deal” but that the “best outcome” was to leave with a deal.
Vote Leave whistleblower Shahmir Sanni hit back at Prime Minister Theresa May, after she tweeted on a message warning “17 percent of people will experience suicidal thoughts in their lifetime”, saying he “became part of the 17 percent when you outed me”.
The former Brexit Secretary David Davis is to appear at a rally along with Nigel Farage for the Leave means Leave campaign, it has been announced.
The Labour Party has demanded a US-style investigation involving the security services should examine Russian interference in the 2016 EU referendum.
One of the UK’s largest trade unions has called for a public vote on the final Brexit deal, because it says promises made during the EU referendum campaign are “not the reality we are facing”.
Femi Oluwole from pro-Remain Our Future, Our Choice told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the UK should be allowed to vote on the final Brexit deal
Darren Grimes, who formed pro-Brexit youth group BeLeave, was fined £20,000 by the Electoral Commission
Former Downing Street press secretary Alastair Campbell tells Eamonn Holmes that Vote Leave should face a criminal probe
The social media giant is asking the Government to provide any information it might have
MEP Bill Etheridge believes Henry Bolton should resign, but thinks he'll actually have to be dragged from the position due to his ego
Carole Malone claimed Tony Blair's former communications director was rude and didn't want a discussion
Carole Malone slammed Lord Adonis as 'grossly offensive' and 'hysterical'
Conservative MP David Davies had a heated debate with journalist Adam Bienkov over Brexit on Sam Delaney's show
Pro-Brexit MP Peter Bone spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer amid reports that the UK's financial payment to the EU could reach £50bn
Julia Hartley-Brewer says this issue is far less significant than Labour would have us believe
MP Barry Sheerman says the Conservative Party is now the 'stupid party'
The Chair of the Culture, Media and Sport Committee spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the decision to write to Facebook's founder asking for evidence Russia had interfered in UK democratic process
A report from the University of Warwick conducted research into the reasons why people voted to leave in the EU referendum
There were seven MPs who voted against the whip, while 13 abstained from voting
The Leader of the Liberal Democrats clarified comments he made about older people being 'self-declared martyrs'
Our host was speaking to The New European columnist Paul Connew about the turmoil in the Cabinet over freedom of movement
The Online Privacy Foundation says it is concerned that people's biases are being manipulated
The Lib Dem leader said the Foreign Secretary might resign after reports of a cabinet dispute went public
George Galloway believes it is not Parliament or the courts that is sovereign, but in fact the people
A dispute began after the Liberal Democrat leadership candidate said 'the British were looking for the divorce' from the EU
The MP for Wokingham told Paul Ross the UK 'won't turn its back' on the continent
Labour's former head of press Matthew Doyle says the numbers simply aren't there for Jeremy Corbyn to walk into 10 Downing Street
Antony Raymond Madge confronts UKIP leader in fiery clash on Paul Ross
The pensioner had a heated argument with the leader of the Liberal Democrats, and the video posted to Twitter has gone viral
The Public Administration Committee released a report which suggested hackers might have been responsible for the website crash just before the registration deadline
The general secretary of the Social Democrat Party (SPD), Katarina Barley, urged the country to hold a second vote because of a supposed lack of awareness of what they were voting for
The Prime Minister has been accused of blocking a bid to explain the positive benefits during the EU referendum after a Cabinet document leaked to The Independent
The Labour MP for Brent North spoke to Carole Malone about David Cameron's speech in Ukraine
The Tory MPs were said to have left a private meeting of the Exiting the EU Committee over a report prepared before Article 50 was triggered
Matt Kelly said there's still time for people to change their minds - prompting a frank and passionate exchange of views
The shadow Brexit secretary spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the beginning of the formal negotiation period
The Tory grandee also said Nigel Farage was 'a replica' of Marine Le Pen in withering attack on Leave campaign
The former leader of the Liberal Democrats spoke to Paul Ross ahead of the formal triggering of exit negotiations from the European Union.
Theresa May is to formally trigger Article 50 on Wednesday afternoon, marking the start of the two-year negotiation period
Gove also tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he remains confident of deal with EU
The Chancellor is to raise the contributions towards National Insurance made by self-employed people by 2%