Boris Johnson has paid tribute to Jeremy Corbyn as he took to the despatch box for the last time as leader of the opposition this afternoon.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn adopted a more subdued tone in the Commons today, which saw far fewer MPs than usual due to coronavirus.
The PM refused to apologise for “repeated offensive remarks” against women and instead slated the Labour leader for his own party's record.
The PM and labour leader clashed over bullying during PMQs as Mr Corbyn called for an independent inquiry into the conduct of Priti Patel.
The Labour leader has slated the PM for having his "head in the sand in a mansion in Kent" rather than visiting flood-hit communities.
The Labour leader said Boris Johnson had shown his “true colours” not having visited communities as over 100 flood warnings remain in place.
Boris Johnson and the Labour leader came to blows in a row over race, deportation and Windrush during PMQs this afternoon.
The PM has confirmed the railway will go ahead along with a string of other transport measures, but the Labour leader said it was enough.
The former adviser's comments follow a leaked report into the Labour's election defeat that appeared to remove blame from Mr Corbyn.
Mr Corbyn attacked Boris Johnson's response to escalating tension in Iran during Prime Minister's Questions.
Siobhain McDonagh slated the current Labour leader, and announced she would be backing Jess Phillips to become his successor.
The Labour leader took to the despatch box to criticise the government’s new legislative programme as one of “gimmicks and false promises”.
Boris Johnson said the new Parliament was a "vast improvement" on the last as he urged members to "heal the divisions of our country".
The former Labour MP defended "lovely" Jeremy Corbyn after his party suffered its worst defeat since 1935.
The pair will take part in their second televised head-to-head debate of the election campaign tonight.
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.
He has weighed into the election for the first time in history, warning the “overwhelming majority of British Jews are gripped by anxiety”.
He accused Boris Johnson of saying and doing “racist” things, but did not go so far as to call him a racist.
He promised to break down a system built by the “rich and powerful” at Labour’s manifesto launch in Birmingham.
Jeremy Corbyn will reveal Labour’s manifesto, which is set to include a second Brexit referendum and free broadband for all.
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 Labour leader made the jibe after Boris Johnson's address at the annual Confederation of British Industry conference.
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 Labour Party has said that it has experienced a “sophisticated and large scale cyber attack” on its digital platforms.
Both the Prime Minister and the Labour leader have pledged to improve support for the Armed Forces if their parties win the election.
Today is the first day of the five-week general election campaign period, after Parliament was dissolved in the early hours of this morning.
The cabinet minister slated the Labour leader's Brexit policy, joking that it was "as clear as an apology from Vicky Pollard".
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.
Conservative MPs have been criticised for mocking Jeremy Corbyn's vivid green tie, which he wore in memory of the Grenfell fire victims.
He warned Conservative MPs against acting complacent, despite the government emerging victorious from a battle over an early election date.
In an exclusive interview with talkRADIO, the former PM revealed he was not the "world's greatest supporter" of Jeremy Corbyn.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour Party of trying to "exploit" Brexit for "political purposes".
He said government plans to demand photo ID at polling stations would “disproportionately” discriminate against ethnic minorities.
The Prime Minister will not resign even if his agenda set out in the Queen’s Speech is defeated by Parliament.
The Labour leader has said another Queen's speech could be "just weeks away", but next time laying out the agenda of a Labour government.
The Labour leader has labelled Monday's Queen's speech a "cynical stunt" and accused Mr Johnson of using it as a "pre-election broadcast".
Jeremy Corbyn has called for Boris Johnson to resign after the Supreme Court found his decision to suspend Parliament unlawful.
John Bercow has notified party leaders that the House of Commons will sit tomorrow, causing Labour MPs to leave their annual conference early.
Mr McTernan has said the Labour conference in Brighton is the "most disastrous and badly managed conferences" that he has ever been to..
Labour members will vote on the party's Brexit stance at the party's conference today, with leader Jeremy Corbyn urging a neutral stance.
He said the possibility of becoming the next Prime Minister daunts him, but he was “absolutely” ready to lead the country.
He feels “uncomfortable” about the Supreme Court having the final say on whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.
He said Labour would offer a “sensible” leave option in a Brexit referendum, but he would personally remain neutral during the campaign.
He said a general election “is coming” but refused to accept the Prime Minister’s terms for a snap poll.
Outgoing Labour MP John Mann accused his party of failing to act on issues of sexual harassment “and worse”.
The Labour leader was handed a woman's blouse after the Prime Minister called him a "big girl's blouse" in the Commons yesterday.
It promised to complete all stages of an opposition proposal to block a no-deal Brexit by Friday despite fears of a lengthy filibuster.