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Conservative MP Peter Bone has said that extending Article 50 would be the “greatest mistake” for Theresa May because the current March 29 deadline makes the EU “think very carefully” about their position.
Wetherspoon boss Tim Martin said he thinks Theresa May is 'strange' for her approach to Brexit
Conservative MP John Redwood explains why he will support Theresa May in a confidence vote despite opposing her Brexit deal
Labour peer Lord Adonis says that Theresa May should revoke Article 50 due to the divisions over Brexit in the Conversative party
Former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has said that “Britain can do better” than the Prime Minister’s deal on leaving the European Union.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that he, along with other MPs, will not allow a “catastrophic” no-deal Brexit to happen, as Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal is set to be voted on, on Tuesday afternoon.
Former Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey has said that that Theresa May’s deal is the “most dangerous” because it will break up the “UK union” between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
The director of policy at the Centre for Social Justice says the child benefit cap being scrapped for retrospective claimants is about "fairness" if they had children before the cap was introduced
Jacob Rees-Mogg likened the actions of Tories who voted for the amendment to the Finance Bill to the tactics of Donald Trump, but admitted Brexit may not happen as planned by March 29
Nicky Morgan was one of the MPs who voted in favour of Labour MP Yvette Cooper's amendment to the Finance Bill, defying the government
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has said that anyone caught launching a similar drone attack to the one that grounded Gatwick flights will go to jail
Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Julia Hartley-Brewer what Christmas is like in the Rees-Mogg household
Pilot Simon Moores tells Julia Hartley-Brewer why drones can't be shot out of the air, and what needs to be done to stop further attacks
Labour MP Stephen Doughty has described a no-deal Brexit as “an extremely dangerous situation”, despite the European Commission releasing outlines of a plan to handle a no-deal Brexit.
Institute of Economic Affairs' Shanker Singham has said that “no-deal is what happens when things go wrong” but that the UK must still “prepare for it”.
Labour MP and Corbyn supporter Chris Williamson says that he does not think the Labour party would be successful if they tabled a no confidence motion in the government
Conservative MP Nicky Morgan rubbished suggestions of Jeremy Corbyn tabling a motion of no confidence in the government, saying he wants to 'sit back and watch chaos unfold'
Conservative MP has said in the past that Remainers will not be able to 'stall' Brexit with a second referendum, but now says that it is looking more likely
Leave campaigner Kate Hoey and Remainer Jim Fitzpatrick MP joined Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss a second referendum
Lord Andrew Adonis urges the Labour party to vote for a second referendum including a Remain option
Lord Michael Heseltine, a former Deputy Prime Minister has said that the British people were “conned” into voting Leave during the EU referendum in 2016.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has said that the EU is “unlikely” to give the UK a “punishment Brexit” because the UK has a £95bn trade deficit with the EU.
Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said Theresa May’s decision to hold a General Election in 2017 was “one of the worst decisions made by any government”.
Conservative MP Nigel Evans has said that Theresa May knows she is in “dangerous territory” with the possibility of her EU Withdrawal Agreement being rejected on Tuesday.
The End Violence Against Women Coalition study found that some British adults did not think a non-violent assault was rape, or that sex without consent within a relationship was rape
DUP Brexit spokesman Sammy Wilson said the party will back Theresa May if there was a no confidence vote, but would withdraw support if she continued to push her deal after it being voted down
Andy Burnham says 'shovelling money into London' to try and address affordability problems in the South East will not help the north of England grow
Dominic Raab has said that Theresa May must 'stand up to Brussels' if her deal is voted down, and that there would be 'costs' to staying in the EU if Brexit was stalled
Sir Bernard Jenkin told Julia Hartley-Brewer that how the government handles the Brexit fallout will have a knock-on effect
Nigel Farage told Julia Hartley-Brewer that there would be 'no acceptable form of Leave to vote for' if a second referendum offered a choice between Theresa May's deal or Remain
Former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab said that Theresa May should reconsider the terms of the deal if it's defeated in parliament, and that a rebellion was a 'risk'
Former UKIP leader Nigel Farage tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he is concerned about current leader Gerard Batten's involvement with Tommy Robinson
Former Attorney General Dominic Grieve says he would not vote against the Prime Minister if a no confidence vote in Theresa May was triggered
Julia Hartley-Brewer berated a guest for using the term 'cis' after a discussion about the rise in transgender prisoners in the UK prison estate
Migration Watch spokesman Neil Anderson comments on non-EU migration being at its highest level since 2004
Brendan Chilton of Labour Leave told Julia Hartley-Brewer that Labour should not support a second Brexit referendum
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
Sarah Wootton, the Chief Executive of Dignity in Dying has said that “100 million people worldwide” have access to assisted dying after a terminally-ill man has lost a legal battle over his right to die.
Dr Nicola Williams, Fair Play for Women has said trans campaign groups are “exploiting a natural need in children to be part of a tribe” as the number of referrals of children looking for “gender identity” support each year has risen from 97 in 2009/10 to 2,519 in 2017/18.
A British Transport Police officer was stabbed in Ilford on Friday evening, and a second man killed in an attack in Dalston hours later
Julia Hartley-Brewer spoke to Debbie McGee about npower's Fuel Bank scheme, which wants to extend winter fuel payments to anyone who needs them
Labour MP Ben Bradshaw has said that there are only two options for leaving the European Union; the Prime Minister’s deal or no Brexit, because MPs will stop the “catastrophe” of a no deal Brexit.
Polly Neate of Shelter told Julia Hartley-Brewer that the 4% rise in homelessness in the UK was down to several factors, but a decrease in social housing was the 'root'
The gambling watchdog has urged people to “sit up and listen” after a study suggested the number of children classed as having a problem has quadrupled to more than 50,000 in just two years.
Julia Hartley-Brewer said that previous government cuts and the working conditions for NHS staff have led to the current shortage, predicted to reach over 51,000 by 2021
Channel 4 newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy said Arron Banks was incorrect in his assessment of Channel 4 being 'fake news'
Robert Halfon MP has said that “a mass conveyor belt of people going to university” is wrong and the Government should be investing in skills.
Sir William Cash has said that the British people are “fed up” with “Remoaners threatening to try and unwind this deal”, after MPs have been urged to vote down an deal on the EU and call for another Brexit referendum.
Headteacher Chris Dunne has said more money is being spent on poorer students, "simply because they are staying involved" in education.
Criminal Barrister Osman Osman has said that if it is found that Arron Banks has done “nothing wrong” then it raises questions as to why the case has been referred to the National Crime Agency.
Carolyn Harris, the chair of the fixed odds betting terminals all party parliamentary group has said that Tracey Crouch was a “principled woman” and a “huge loss” to the Government.
Downing Street and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier have rejected reports that a tentative deal has been reached on services and the exchange of data
Crispin Blunt tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that the UK could look to follow in Canada's footsteps and fully legalise cannabis, as the product is made legal for medical purposes
Lord Jeffrey Archer tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that he thinks the Conservatives could lose the next election
Dominic Raab suggested a deal could be finalised within three weeks, and reports suggest it would allow access to EU markets for UK service providers