In a statement to the House of Commons, the Prime Minister urged MPs to back her Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration to prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Conservative MP Christopher Chope, who had previously objected to a bill to criminalise upskirting, has blocked new legislation that would have strengthened laws against female mutilation.
Dominic Grieve MP said that some of his constituents are 'immune from the consequences' of no deal Brexit and might even want to witness social unrest
Conservative MP Vicky Ford says House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has called her a 'stupid woman' following accusations levelled at Jeremy Corbyn that he said such to Theresa May
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged to "apologise or clarify" what he was saying after being accused of mouthing "stupid woman" at Theresa May during Prime Minister's Questions.
Theresa May told the House of Commons on Monday that the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal will be held in the third week of January
Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has said that it was worth losing a day’s pay over lifting the mace in the House of Commons, because it might “highlight the disgrace of undermining democracy” that is being conducted by Theresa May’s government.
MPs will vote on Monday as to whether the government is in contempt of parliament for not publishing the legal advice relating to the Brexit deal
Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has revealed to the House of Commons that he is HIV positive ahead of World AIDS Day on Saturday.
When asked by MP Luciana Berger what the benefits of leaving the EU would be for the NHS, Health Secretary Matt Hancock appeared to struggle to give an answer
The Speaker John Bercow has reprimanded a group of MPs for playing football in the House of Commons.
A Welsh MP has complained of Conservative MPs making “disparaging remarks” about his accent in the House of Commons.
Mike Graham and Andrew Bridgen discuss the bullying allegations against Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow, and his blocking of the release of information about Keith Vaz
Speaker John Bercow has scolded the Department for Work and Pensions for failing to provide accessible documents to a visually impaired Labour MP.
Monmouth MP David Davies held meetings for campaign groups opposed to making it easier for transgender people to change gender, and did not allow the press to observe the meeting
A report claimed women and equalities minister Penny Mordaunt was facing opposition over the Gender Recognition Act consultation, as campaign group Fair Play for Women plan to meet at House of Commons
Jeremy Corbyn and other MPs confused some viewers by wearing wheat on their lapels at Prime Minister's Questions
Laura Perrins has said that the call for MPs to vote to make misogyny a hate crime would “inevitably have to be extended to misandry” because the system cannot only consider “hate against women an aggravating factor”.
The former Foreign Secretary addressed the House of Commons to explain his reasons for resigning as Foreign Secretary
The upskirting bill will go before a parliamentary committee with three amendments that seek to ensure no form of upskirting falls outside the law
An urgent question took place in Commons today after epileptic Billy Caldwell, 12, had his cannabis oil confiscated
The EU (Withdrawal) bill returns to Commons for crunch votes on amendments tabled by the Lords - and Jeremy Corbyn has some changes of his own
Arron Banks was due to be questioned by the Digital, Media and Sport Committee but has accused them of colluding with pro-Remain groups
The chairwoman of the committee is Sarah Wollaston, one of the Tory rebels helped defeat the Government on Brexit plans
The Public Accounts Committee says redundancy payments worth £1.76 million to staff working at HS2 were a 'shocking waste of taxpayer money.'
Ministers are trying to see off a potential rebellion from Tory backbenchers
The Exiting the EU Committee in the House of Commons said this appeared possible if the UK leaves the single market and customs union
David Davis provided redacted documents to the Commons Exiting the EU committee of the economic impact of Brexit
The shadow chief secretary to the Treasury said the Chancellor didn't have a high bar to live up to
The Chancellor will vow to create a brighter future for Britain when the budget is officially unveiled on Wednesday
Journalist Jane Merrick says 'just because somebody hasn’t been convicted of a crime doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be looked into'
Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas says she thinks MPs need to be aware of what is and isn’t acceptable
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries thinks those that released the dossier of allegations on Brexit aren't even researchers
Michael Fabricant says he has no recollection of an alleged incident in a taxi
The Prime Minister is to take part in a discussion with other leaders as the Westminster sex pest scandal unfolds
Former Labour MP Gisela Stuart says the staff of MPs need protecting by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority
Former Tory MP secretary Christine Hamilton says the 'ludicrous allegations actually detract from the serious allegations'
Karen, who formerly worked with her husband Simon while he was an MP, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the allegations against 36 Members of Parliament
Former Tory MP Edwina Currie says she was not aware of a culture of sexual harassment in Parliament
The Prime Minister has reached out to the speaker in order to protect staff after a list of sexual harassment allegations was made public
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator gave an interview to a French newspaper in the wake of a House of Commons statement by Theresa May
The Welsh First Minister is to make a keynote address later on Tuesday
The Electoral Reform Society claims the number of House Of Lords members needs to be cut down
The DUP has broken with the Tories despite the confidence and supply deal made after the June election
The Independent has acquired and analysed official government data which revealed the increase
Steve Peers, a professor of EU law at Essex University, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the clause which would grant the Government power to change any legislation
David Davies, MP for Monmouth, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the leak of key papers to control immigration after Brexit
The Defence Secretary said the leak did not represent the Government's position, but appeared to back plans to reduce immigration
Our host was speaking to a caller on his show, who wished to discuss Sinn Fein
The Chancellor has been the subject of tabloid reports of infighting among ministers
MP Nigel Evans has a heated debate with a caller who claims politicians are dividing the nation