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 ex-Chancellor explains why he felt forced to quit Cabinet, making an apparent jibe at senior Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings.
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.
As of April, peers will receive a rise from £313 per day to £323, totalling an annual tax-free income of more than £48,000.
Boris Johnson and the Labour leader came to blows in a row over race, deportation and Windrush during PMQs this afternoon.
Ian Blackford has said the PM "doesn't have a clue", accusing him of rejecting plans for a separate Scottish visa "without consideration".
The SNP’s Commons leader claimed that "powers are being grabbed back to Westminster" as he took on Boris Johnson in PMQs.
The SNP's Westminster leader said the PM's rejection of a second poll on Scottish independence was "unacceptable and unsustainable".
Mr Corbyn attacked Boris Johnson's response to escalating tension in Iran during Prime Minister's Questions.
Conservative MPs have been criticised for mocking Jeremy Corbyn's vivid green tie, which he wore in memory of the Grenfell fire victims.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn praised the outgoing Commons Speaker John Bercow, as he chaired his last-ever Prime Minister's Questions.
News of the discovery of 39 dead bodies in a lorry in Thurrock, Essex, this morning has dominated Prime Minister's Questions.
The Foreign Secretary called for "zero tolerance" of abuse against MPs as he faced questions from the shadow home secretary in Parliament.
The Prime Minister attacked the Mayor of London, accusing him of "squandering" money.
Theresa May said Jeremy Corbyn should start tackling antisemitism allegations inside Labour before he criticises the government.
The SNP MP has been warned by speaker John Bercow for calling Boris Johnson “racist" during Prime Minister’s Questions.
David Lidington has denied that the NHS would be “up for sale” in any post-Brexit UK-US trade deal.
An MP has accused Theresa May of making the United Kingdom “an international laughing stock” with her attempts to negotiate a Brexit deal.
The Labour leader accused Theresa May’s government of “completely failing” to tackle “burning injustices” during a heated Prime Minister's Questions.
Ian Blackford accused the two party leaders of cooking up a "backroom deal" by holding cross-party talks on Brexit.
The Labour leader has accused Theresa May of a campaign of “blackmail, bullying and bribery” as part of an attempt to gain support for her Brexit deal.
The Prime Minister told MPs she still believes the UK can leave with a “good deal” on the 29 March.
The prime minister has said that the ‘responsibility’ of knife crime ‘lies with the perpetrators’ but has said that she will hold a summit with community groups in Downing Street on the issue.
The Prime Minister has called for Chris Williamson to be suspended, following his comments that the Labour Party had been "too apologetic" over antisemitism claims.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has attacked Chris Grayling over the ‘fiasco’ of having to cancel a no-deal Brexit ferry contract with a company that it did not have any boats.
Theresa May castigated SNP MP Ian Blackford for comments about the Good Friday Agreement, and said the party's desire for an independent Scotland threatened its future
The Prime Minister slammed the Labour leader for not agreeing to meet with her privately, claiming he had been willing to sit down with "Hamas, Hezbollah and the IRA without preconditions".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “safe space” for political debate, after pro-Remain MP Anna Soubry was confronted by protesters outside of Parliament and called a “Nazi”.
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.
Jeremy Corbyn told the Prime Minister the leadership challenge she faces today is "irrelevant to the lives of people" across the UK.
What happened in today's PMQs? Political editor Ross Kempsell breaks down the key moments in the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister defended the EU referendum during a meeting in the House of Commons, claiming it was a "great exercise in democracy".
Prime Minister's Questions was an unexpectedly spicy clash - this lunchtime offered a rare glimpse of the knockabout PMQs many miss. Here's your guide to what happened.
Conservative MP Peter Bone referred to the chancellor of the exchequer as the "king of Brexit" during a meeting at the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister defended her commitment to "tackling burning injustices" after Jeremy Corbyn claimed her concern over them had "fizzled out".
Media lawyer Mark Lewis has said that non-disclosure agreements have a purpose but we want “to ensure that something that is wrong is exposed”, after The Daily Telegraph lost a legal fight against a company boss accused of “discreditable conduct”.
Prime Minister's Questions was plunged into chaos after the SNP's Westminster leader was kicked out for repeatedly challenging Speaker John Bercow.
Theresa May was asked about mental health services by Jeremy Corbyn
The Labour leader asked Theresa May about the collapse of Northamptonshire county council
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over homelessness
Both leaders have been criticised for what they said, and didn't say, in the session today
May's misguided jibe at Rayner compounded the sense of a party in crisis
Labour MPs shouted 'shame' when Theresa May responded to a question by MP Rosena Allin-Khan
Full Fact crunches the numbers and investigates the truth behind the claims
Theresa May backed David Davis during PMQs by saying the UK has not conducted impact assessments on Brexit
Damian Green was standing in for Theresa May in PMQs, but many on Twitter aren't actually sure how to spell his name
SNP MP Drew Hendry claims the Conservatives laughed when he asked a question about universal credit
Laura Pidcock asked whether the universal credit shambles was gross incompetence or calculated cruelty
Another day, another ordeal for the embattled Prime Minister
In the last session before the summer recess, the Prime Minister said she recognised the sacrifice made by public sector workers as their wages remain capped
Emily Thornberry has been praised for standing in for Jeremy Corbyn, but Theresa May has been laughed at as her image has been removed from the Conservatives' website