The opposition leader implored the government to review the Immigration Health Surcharge for NHS staff in light of the coronavirus crisis.
The PM said he is confident the UK will have a coronavirus test, track and trace system in place by June 1 after criticism from Keir Starmer.
Peter Bone criticised the Electoral Commission for its investigation of Brexit campaigners and called for the watchdog to be reviewed.
The EU’s chief negotiator warned that the bloc will not rush a post-Brexit trade deal, as Britain and Brussels look continue to lock horns.
Britain will not surrender to EU demands on fisheries and a level playing field in a post-Brexit trade deal, the government has said.
NI Secretary Brandon Lewis has dismissed fresh calls for an extension of the Brexit transition period amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Conservative MP has resigned as a minister after an investigation found he had attempted to intimidate a member of the public.
Britain has criticised the European Union for the “limited progress” made in the latest rounds of talks on a future post-Brexit trade deal.
Facing Dominic Raab at PMQs, the Labour leader claimed the UK could be on track for one of the worst death rates in Europe.
Sara Britcliffe is the youngest Conservative member and the first female MP for Hyndburn and Haslingden and has now made history once more.
The government was accused of letting politics taint scientific advice after it emerged that the PM’s chief adviser attended the meetings.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier said the UK had refused to “commit seriously” on several fundamental points in the latest talks.
The Tory MP said the UK had become "too dependent economically" on China and urged the government and private sector to consider relations.
The defeated candidate said Sir Keir Starmer "will be a brilliant Prime Minister" as she led the congratulations to the new Labour leader.
The PM refused to apologise for “repeated offensive remarks” against women and instead slated the Labour leader for his own party's record.
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Supporters have said Priti Patel is an "assertive" leader who “never crossed a line” as she continues to face allegations of bullying.
The Conservatives have been accused of dealing with Islamophobia with “denial, dismissal and deceit” as more than 300 claims are made.
The Labour peer said Boris Johnson’s administration had struck the right balance between “being open with the country and at the same time not causing the country to panic”.
The former Conservative MP and special adviser defends the Home Secretary after the dramatic resignation of a top Home Office civil servant.
The International Trade Secretary has said "both sides are very committed" to reaching an agreement as the UK revealed its negotiation aims.
The UK has set out its Brexit trade stance but said if no progress is made by June, it may have to focus on no deal preparations instead.
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.
The former Brexit Secretary has claimed Britain has the upper hand in trade negotiations, as officials begin drawing battle lines.
Emergency legislation to stop the automatic early release of terror offenders will become law ahead of the next scheduled release.
The Labour Mayor said he wrote to all leadership hopefuls weeks ago urging them to reach out to northern cities but has not had any replies.
Marking 120 years of the party, the former PM said Labour was "in crisis" as he urged leadership hopefuls to listen to the public.
The Home Secretary said this system will “do what it says on the tin”, end free movement and bring overall migration numbers down.
The Mayor of London has urged the government to give British nationals to option to pay a fee and keep their EU rights after Brexit.
Sajid Javid has resigned as Chancellor of the Exchequer after an apparent fallout with Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings.
Boris Johnson and the Labour leader came to blows in a row over race, deportation and Windrush during PMQs this afternoon.
The Terrorist Offenders (Restriction of Early Release) Bill will stop terrorists being automatically freed halfway through their sentence.
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.
Ian Blackford has said the PM "doesn't have a clue", accusing him of rejecting plans for a separate Scottish visa "without consideration".
The former Speaker of the House of Commons will work with undergraduate and postgraduate students at Royal Holloway University in London.
The Conservative MP has said Britain now faces the "most difficult phase of all" after Boris Johnson’s Brexit Bill became UK law yesterday.
The former MP said those hoping to replace Jeremy Corbyn must reach out to the public and show "contrition" over the general election loss.
Boris Johnson has hailed crossing the “Brexit finish line” after the Parliament approved his Withdrawal Agreement Bill for the final time.
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.