The SNP’s Commons leader claimed that "powers are being grabbed back to Westminster" as he took on Boris Johnson in PMQs.
The former justice secretary said the fact that Labour has never had a female leader “makes people wonder” whether the party is sexist.
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will return to the Commons for further scrutiny today after he suffered five defeats in the House of Lords.
The backbencher said she could not be the person to "unite all parts" of the Labour movement as she ended her bid to succeed Jeremy Corbyn.
Boris Johnson has planned to take his Cabinet on tour to the North of England as part of his promise to “work for the whole country”.
The impeachment trial of the president kicks off today - if he is found guilty of the charges against him, he could be removed from office.
The Liberal Democrat MP said EU citizens who have lived and worked in Britain "for decades" should be given an automatic right to remain.
The outgoing MEP said the decision by Commons officials to rule out chiming Big Ben showed the government was "embarrassed" by Brexit.
The Home Office has finalised the applications of 2.45 million EU citizens to live and work in the UK after Brexit but denied six criminals.
The fundraising page for Big Ben to chime on January 31 has reached 20 per cent of its target in less than 24 hours.
The SNP's Westminster leader said the PM's rejection of a second poll on Scottish independence was "unacceptable and unsustainable".
The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers said it does not endorse ringing bells in churches “for political reasons” such as Brexit.
The Conservative MP said it was "brilliant" that the PM has suggested a crowdfunder to meet the costs of "bonging" Big Ben on Brexit day.
Boris Johnson said he is “absolutely confident” that the Royal Family will "sort out" the future roles of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The shadow foreign secretary gained the necessary 22 nominations to go through to the second phase just minutes before the deadline.
The newly elected MP has backed Rebecca Long-Bailey to succeed Jeremy Corbyn as the first phase of the contest draws to a close today.
Western leaders have said there is evidence that the crash was caused by an Iranian missile but added that it could have been unintentional.
Christine Jardine said the government’s decision not to enshrine the rights of child refugees in the Brexit Bill is a "discredit to all of us".
Sir John Hayes said flying the national flag would be a "fitting tribute" and would show that Britain is "unafraid of our patriotism".
The US president said his administration would immediately impose new “punishing” economic sanctions “until Iran changes its behaviour”.
Ursula Von der Leyen has said negotiators "cannot expect to agree on every single aspect" of an EU-UK trade deal without an extension.
The spoon-bending psychic has put himself forward for a government job, after Boris Johnson's most senior aide asked "weirdos" to apply.
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 ex-deputy Labour leader said Sir Keir Starmer was "a frontrunner" and dubbed Rebecca Long-Bailey the "continuity Corbyn candidate".
Ann Widdecombe said the north was "forgotten" during the election campaign, and called on the PM to do more for voters outside of London.
The contest to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader has entered its second round, with five candidates remaining.
The PM and Adel Abdul-Mahdi have agreed to “find a diplomatic way forward” in the wake of the death of Iranian general Qassem Soleimani.
The Brexit Party leader said the House of Lords "needs to go", but refused to rule out the possibility of becoming a Sir or Lord.
Iran has vowed to take "severe revenge" after an Iranian general was assassinated in a US air strike at Baghdad airport.
The Prime Minister said he would not "lament" the death of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, but called for "de-escalation from all sides".
The chair of the foreign affairs committee has called for a new Treason Act to deal with British citizens who join terrorist organisations.
The backbencher confirmed her bid to succeed Jeremy Corbyn, promising to challenge the Boris Johnson with "passion, heart and precision".
Dominic Cummings has appealed to "super-talented weirdos" to apply for jobs in Downing Street to improve government decision making.
The Chancellor said farmers can enter the new year "with confidence" after announcing the funds to support them after the UK leaves the EU.
The shadow business secretary has confirmed she is considering running to replace Jeremy Corbyn while endorsing Angela Rayner as deputy.
The former Labour leader will head up a panel to investigate the party's fourth consecutive defeat and "map out a route" back to power.
The shadow foreign secretary said that public service spending needs a boost as she made her case to become the next Labour leader.
The Labour leader took to the despatch box to criticise the government’s new legislative programme as one of “gimmicks and false promises”.
Scotland's First Minister has called on Westminster to engage over the "clear democratic mandate" for a second independence poll.
The PM has presented the “most radical Queen's Speech in a generation” with measures to deliver Brexit and the “people's priorities”.
The shadow foreign secretary is the first to formally announce her leadership bid.
Chris Bryant told talkRADIO that backing Boris Johnson’s motion to call a December 12 general election was a “strategic error” by the party.
The shadow Brexit secretary has said he is considering a run at succeeding Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader.
The former Prime Minister says Labour faces a crisis if it does not revitalise itself as a "serious, progressive" alternative to the Tories.
Boris Johnson said the new Parliament was a "vast improvement" on the last as he urged members to "heal the divisions of our country".
Daisy Cooper has said there is "absolutely no way" the UK could negotiate a trade deal by December 2020, as Boris Johnson has promised.
The pair appeared to put their past differences behind them as they were photographed celebrating the party's election win.
The cabinet minister said the Labour politicians he "admired" had all lost their seats at the general election.
Ministers have re-worked the Withdrawal Agreement Bill to "legally prohibit" any further extensions to the Brexit deadline.
Nicky Morgan will keep her role as Culture Secretary and be given a life peerage as part of the Prime Minister's mini cabinet reshuffle.
A Brexiteer who was "fixated" with the Remain-supporting former MP has been given a 28-day jail sentence and three year restraining order.
Labour’s Emily Thornberry said Caroline Flint's accusation that she called Leave voters “stupid” was the "most extraordinary lie".
The former MP has said that Boris Johnson's next move could open an opportunity in the political centre ground for the Liberal Democrats.