The Labour Party has been fined £12,500 by the Electoral Commission over failings to deliver on time and accurate reports about donations.
Richard Tice of Leave Means Live told Mike Graham he hopes for a significant defeat for Theresa May's deal when MPs vote on Tuesday
Labour’s Kate Hoey has said that all the amendments on Theresa May’s Brexit deal are “meaningless” because they do not change the “legal status of the agreement”.
Lord Peter Lilley told talkRADIO's James Whale the Prime Minister "seems to be a limpet" who does not "get dislodged from her rock very easily".
Labour’s Stephen Kinnock has said that British politics needs to “rediscover the lost art of compromise” for Brexit to be a success, as Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face MPs on her Brexit proposals.
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.
The most polluting log burners and stoves will be banned as part of a strategy to tackle air pollution, the Environment Secretary has announced.
Tulip Siddiq has revealed she has postponed her Caesarean section so she can vote against the Prime Minister's Brexit deal tomorrow.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said that it is “Parliament versus the people” as MPs prepare to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit proposals on Tuesday.
talkRADIO's political editor Ross Kempsell explains what will happen if MPs vote against the Prime Minister's Brexit deal in tomorrow's vote.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said that MPs feel “honour-bound” to stick to their “initial decision” on Brexit, despite the “terrible backlash” some MPs will face if there is no Brexit.
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.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said that Parliament can “seize control” of the Brexit legislative process because leaving the European Union is an “unprecedented situation”.
The Prime Minister has urged MPs to back her Withdrawal Agreement, and claimed voting against it would be "a catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust in our democracy".
Protesters have gathered in London for a “yellow vest” inspired anti-austerity march.
James Goddard, a leading member of UK’s ‘yellow vest’ protesters, has been arrested in London ahead of ‘yellow vest’ protest in the capital city.
Political commentator Peter Oborne has said that “the whole political class gets upset” when people of “politically acceptable views get attacked” but not when it is people of “non-politically correct views”.
Labour MP Stephen Timms has said that “in any rational world” the Government should be removed if Theresa May’s Brexit proposals are voted down on Tuesday.
The Shadow Home Secretary has insisted Labour is "committed to honouring" the Brexit vote despite backbench warnings that it will "damage" the communities they represent.
Conservative MP Nigel Evans criticised suggestions of extending Article 50 and said Theresa May had not eased the minds of MPs opposed to her deal
A protest has been held outside the Department for Transport's head office to call for guarantees that new ferry services aimed at easing pressure on Dover after Brexit will be crewed by UK seafarers.
The Business Minister told James Whale he is standing by his decision to resign in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
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
The work and pensions secretary has scrapped a controversial plan to extend a benefits cap on families with more than two children.
The ex-chief of staff to former Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has said having Jeremy Corbyn in power "would be diabolical".
The former Number 10 spin doctor has accused the Prime Minister of trying to appease her own MPs rather than attempting to "bring the country together".
The Conservative MP slated the so-called 'Project Fear' campaigns, which focused firstly on the negative consequences of Brexit, and then the negative aspects of leaving the EU without a deal.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove described the Labour Party’s Brexit plans as “bollocks” during House of Commons debate.
The former head of MI6 has warned the Prime Minister's Brexit deal will threaten "national security" and must be "defeated".
Chris Grayling has denied reports that his department is preparing to lay on emergency freight services across Kent in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Labour MP Kate Hoey has said Prime Minister Theresa May will have “no legacy” if she does not deliver some form of Brexit by the end of March.
The former UKIP leader branded the Speaker of the House of Commons the "least neutral umpire" in Parliamentary history in a heated discussion on the James Whale show.
MPs have demanded a "minister for hunger" be appointed by the government to tackle the "scandal" of hunger and malnutrition in the country.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has accused "remainer elite" in the House of Commons of trying to "thwart the result" of the EU referendum.
The MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer he thought the country would "suffer for a long time" when it exits the European Union.
The former Conservative Party leader has revealed he wants the UK to leave the EU with a deal, but claimed negotiations have "not really begun".
The Wuthering Heights singer posted on her website that she wanted to "make clear" she was not a Conservative voter, after an article resurfaced in which she was quoted saying she "really liked" Theresa May.
A former Downing Street advisor has aired her concerns over an amendment to the Finance Bill, which will limit the government's financial powers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May's Brexit proposals have received a major setback after she suffered a second defeat in the House of Commons within 24 hours.
The Netherlands announces its residency scheme for British citizens living there after Brexit
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”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has assured MPs that they would get a vote on triggering the backstop, or extending the implementation period, if there is no new agreement by December 2020.
The serial protester has previously stormed the offices of Facebook and the Labour Party, and leads a group of high-vis jacket-wearing protesters in Westminster.
An image of a 2015 tweet by David Cameron has appeared on a billboard in London
The Conservative MP claimed yesterday's vote on the Finance Bill, in which the government was defeated for the first time in over 40 years, was "entirely meaningless".
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
The Scottish government has admitted to acting unlawfully during investigations of sexual harassment claims against Alex Salmond.
Prime Minister Theresa May has suffered a defeat in the House of Commons on Tuesday afternoon over the government’s no-deal Brexit powers, as MPs vote in favour of amendment to Finance Bill.
James Goddard, an online activist who was filmed calling Anna Soubry a Nazi, said he had been "silenced" on Facebook after his profile appeared to disappear.
Whistleblower Shahmir Sanni, who exposed Vote Leave's unlawful spending, gives his verdict on Channel 4's film Brexit: The Uncivil War
Conservative MP Anna Soubry described the protesters that confronted her on Monday as “criminal” and “bully-boys”, after they followed her and called her a “Nazi”.
Conservative MP Bob Seely has said that HSBC’s advertisement is not “a reason to bank with them” and accused the bank of “virtue-signalling”.
Darren Hughes, CEO of Electoral Reform Society has said that the House of Lords feels like a “private members’ club”, following calls for the number of peers to be reduced.