John Longworth of Leave Means Leave tells James Whale that if the Conservative party presses on with Theresa May's deal, Jeremy Corbyn could take power
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell has said that he “could palpably feel the vote was gone” for Remain before the EU Referendum result was in.
Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has revealed to the House of Commons that he is HIV positive ahead of World AIDS Day on Saturday.
Former Brexit Secretaries Dominic Raab and David Davis have won an award for the best ‘Cabinet Resignation of the Year’.
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
What happened in today's PMQs? Political Editor Ross Kempsell breaks down the key moments in the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister has said she will take “no lectures” from Jeremy Corbyn after he told her to “make way” for an alternative Brexit plan.
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has claimed the Prime Minister has "united all sides" against her Brexit deal.
The Conservative MP has branded Theresa May's Brexit deal a "phallacy", and claimed it does not deliver on the outcome of the EU referendum.
The NHS will need to start implementing some emergency preparations before Christmas if there is a no-deal Brexit, in order to be ready for leaving the European Union in March, MPs have been warned.
Boris Johnson has challenged Theresa May to hold a televised debate with “someone who believes in Brexit”, saying there is “no point” in the proposed debate with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Over 150 young people have signed their names on a campaign bus to protext the Brexit deal and call for a People’s Vote.
Brexiteer Lord Digby Jones has said he will only support Theresa May's deal if the backstop clause "is revoked".
The Conservative MP claimed a no-deal Brexit would give the UK "advantages" it would not have under the Prime Minister's Brexit deal.
The Labour peer has claimed Theresa May's divisive Brexit deal will leave the UK in a "zombie limbo state", and in a cycle of "endless negotiations" with the EU.
Theresa May has said she used the wrong language when she told business leaders her post-Brexit immigration plans would stop EU workers being able to "jump the queue".
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has dismissed suggestions the UK could join a European army.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has claimed that the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Agreement would leave the UK in the “worst of all worlds”.
Theresa May faces a "challenging vote" when her Brexit deal is put before MPs, the new Brexit secretary has admitted, as the EU's top official warned that the only alternative was leaving without one at all.
The former Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has described the Prime Minister’s deal as “flawed”, adding that it “suffocates” the opportunities of free trade that Brexit brings.
The Labour MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer she was starting to believe "conspiracy theories" that the Brexit deal was "planned from the beginning".
Now EU leaders have endorsed the Brexit deal, what is the likelihood of it being voted through by MPs?
Theresa May will try to persuade MPs to back her Brexit plan in the House of Commons by saying there is no "better deal" available.
Theresa May will meet EU leaders in Brussels, and Donald Tusk has recommended that the deal is accepted. But the Prime Minister still faces opposition at home
Ann Widdecombe tells Dan Wootton that the Prime Minister has 'lost sight' of the fact that the UK will leave the EU as she tries to secure support from Brussels
In this week's news, Sainsbury's announced it would start selling edible insects and the future of the UK's relationship with the EU post-Brexit was agreed.
The education secretary has called for MPs to think about the Brexit deal as "a package" if it goes through to Parliament, claiming they don't need to "love every line".
The controversial activist will advise UKIP's Gerard Batten on on rape gangs and prison reform.
The Conservative MP has warned that not delivering the Brexit "people voted for" would result in "shock and disillusion with the whole political establishment".
Dominic Grieve has said it is "noteworthy" that a number of perpetrators behind terror attacks in the UK last year were already known to MI5.
Boris Johnson has been warned he faces private prosecution over the infamous claim – put on a Vote Leave bus during the EU referendum - that the UK sends £350 million a week to Brussels.
The UK could remain tied to the European Union rules and continue paying into Brussels’ budget until the end of 2022.
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Delivering a statement outside Downing Street, the Prime Minister said her Brexit deal "delivers for the whole UK family".
Robert Halfon MP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he won't vote for Theresa May's Brexit deal, but that he hasn't submitted a letter of no confidence in the Prime Minister
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.
A document outlining the future relationship of the UK and the EU has been "agreed in principle", the president of the European Council has announced.
The Conservative MP has said the jailing of Matthew Hedges could result in a breakdown of the mutual defence treaty between the UK and the United Arab Emirates.
The health secretary has claimed there is an "awful lot of work" to do in order to ensure an "unhindered supply of drugs" in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Pupils will be encouraged to climb trees, knit, stargaze and learn to ride a horse in a new initiative being drawn up by MPs.
The chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee has said the UAE sentencing student Matthew Hedges for life is "absurd" and "quite clearly a mistake".
The Conservative MP said he does not believe "a single scare story" about what would happen to the UK in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
What happened in today's PMQs? Political editor Ross Kempsell breaks down the key moments in the House of Commons.
The Conservative MP for Monmouth claimed the debate around gender had been conducted without "proper consideration" and in an "atmosphere of menace".
The Prime Minister defended the EU referendum during a meeting in the House of Commons, claiming it was a "great exercise in democracy".
The Conservative MEP told Julia Hartley-Brewer that being "half in half out" of the customs union is an "appalling decision".
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has backed the Prime Minister’s EU Withdrawal Agreement and warned that a no deal Brexit would be the “worst outcome”.
President Donald Trump has said the US will not levy additional punitive measures at this time against Saudi Arabia over the killing of Jamal Khashoggi.
Jacob Rees-Mogg's efforts to oust Theresa May appear to have stalled as Tory colleagues failed to back his call for a motion of no confidence in their leader.
Electronic ID cards should be a “badge of citizenship” and not an “obligation” says Lord Andrew Adonis.
Spain claim there is no clarification over the future status of the handling of Gibraltar.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said the government is "paralysed" without the support of the DUP.
A businessman who asked Theresa May to "think again" about her Brexit deal at the annual CBI conference yesterday, has claimed it will be "devastating" for the UK.
The Liberal Democrat leader said Jeremy Corbyn should "throw down the gauntlet" and "see where he stands".
Labour could try to bring down the Government in an effort to block a no-deal Brexit, Sir Keir Starmer has said.