The international trade secretary called on MPs to support an amendment tabled by Sir Graham Brady in tonight's vote in the Commons.
Julia Hartley-Brewer reached an impasse with Labour MP Stephen Timms, over whether MPs should listen to the concerns of Airbus regarding Brexit.
The Conservative MP gave a rather sweary response to a question about no-deal Brexit planning.
Richard Tice has accused the government of "misreading the mood of the country" by pushing for a deal with the EU.
The Conservative MP says he is "not frightened" of the backlash to comments he made last week, in which he accused the Airbus CEO of "German bullying".
The Labour MP urged fellow politicians to vote through Theresa May's Brexit deal tomorrow, claiming it is "as good a deal as we can get".
Immigration lawyer Antonia Torr tells talkRADIO how Brexit has affected her job
Two members of the Cabinet, Amber Rudd and Philip Hammond, did not rule out resigning if a no deal Brexit went ahead
The Queen, who has to be politically neutral, commented that people should 'find common ground' in a speech interpreted as a reference to Brexit
Sir Vince Cable has said that Jeremy Corbyn is "sitting on the fence" over Brexit as Labour scraps plans to call for a vote on second referendum due to lack of leadership support
The founder of a new political party has insisted she will not run it "without Nigel Farage" on board.
The chief executive of Airbus branded the Government’s handling of Brexit as a “disgrace” on Thursday, and warned that the company would move outside of the UK if its ability to compete on the global stage was damaged by a no-deal Brexit.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will look into ways to cap rents in London as part of his reelection campaign
The former cabinet minister will be paid £3,000 per hour as an external adviser to the digger manufacturer.
Priti Patel has urged the Prime Minister to listen to Brexiteers' suggestions for solving the backstop problem
The chief executive of Airbus has warned that the company could 'redirect future investments' if there is a no deal Brexit
Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake is fighting for a second referendum, and says Remain must be on the ballot if one were held
Friends of the Earth are urging Michael Gove to bring environmental legislation in before Brexit happens
The former political aide has claimed a no-deal Brexit won't be "the end of the world", but warned it will "knock confidence" in the UK.
A video appearing to show an MP mouthing "it's a wig" in reference to Michael Fabricant's hair has started circulating online.
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".
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said that an amendment proposed by Labour’s Yvette Cooper would have “profound constitutional changes” to the UK.
Pensions expert Baroness Ros Altmann compares the Leave campaign to a Pensions mis-selling scandal
Iain Duncan Smith says the UK must commit to the prospect of leaving without a deal in order to show the EU a new agreement must be reached
A third of Theresa May's Cabinet are in Davos this week in an unprecedented delegation slammed as a "tax-payer funded freebie to sip champagne with the global elite."
The European Research Group vice-chair said MPs were "honour bound" to see Brexit through, and that the Queen should not be asked to make an "incredibly difficult decision" on the issue.
The DUP's Brexit spokesperson Sammy Wilson says the party will stand firm against Theresa May's Brexit deal and hopes she can form a better agreement with the EU
Work and pensions secretary Amber Rudd has reportedly warned the Prime Minister of possible resignations if MPs can't vote to extend Article 50
Dominic Grieve MP said that some of his constituents are 'immune from the consequences' of no deal Brexit and might even want to witness social unrest
Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that EU citizens will no longer have to pay a £65 settlement charge to apply to stay within the UK after Brexit.
Richard Tice, co-founder of Leave Means Leave has said that MPs should be “working harder” to ensure the UK leaves the European Union on March 29 this year.
Labour MP Kate Hoey has said that Parliament “should not be allowed to actually take on the people” over delaying leaving the European Union.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that extending Article 50 has to be “an option” to give the UK “breathing space”.
Leading Cabinet Brexiteer Liam Fox has lashed out at moves by MPs to rewrite the Commons rule book in an attempt to "hijack" Britain's withdrawal from the EU.
Spiked editor Brendan O'Neill tells Julia Hartley-Brewer of his discomfort with an article claiming the deaths of Leave voters will help sway the country's opinion on Brexit
Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said it would be “shameful” for the UK Government to request an extension of Article 50, and that it would be seen by the public as an “elite conspiracy to thwart Brexit”.
Labour MP Darren Jones has said that it is “embarrassing” that Labour is behind the Conservatives in the polls, when the government is “falling apart at the seams”.
Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said that his meeting with Theresa May was “non-confrontational”, and that she was a “courteous woman and easy to talk to”.
Conservative MP Owen Paterson has said that the political establishment “will do anything they possibly can to frustrate” Brexit, adding that “the latest manifestation” was the “hysterical campaign” against leaving with no deal.
Jeremy Corbyn has written to MPs urging them not to engage with the government until a no deal Brexit is ruled out
Alastair Campbell, Tony Blair's Downing Street Press Secretary, has said that Prime Minister Theresa May does not want to be “the person on whose watch the Conservative Party splits”.
The Conservative politician told talkRADIO's Mike Graham that he had an "easy" solution to navigating negotiations with the European Union.
Femi Oluwole, co-founder of Our Future, Our Choice has said that citizens from European Union countries are “propping up the NHS”.
Alan Johnson, a former Labour Foreign Secretary has said that if he was still an MP he would have voted for Theresa May’s deal, and described the Labour MPs who did as “brave”.
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis has said that it is “simply not good enough” for Labour to take away no-deal Brexit because it is the “one lever” the UK has in the Brexit negotiations.
Labour has demanded Theresa May kill off a no-deal Brexit as the price of talks with Jeremy Corbyn about finding a way out of the crisis that has paralysed Westminster politics.
Conservative MP Peter Bone has said that extending Article 50 would be the “greatest mistake” for Theresa May because the current March 29 deadline makes the EU “think very carefully” about their position.
Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a no-confidence vote against her by 19 votes.
Will Dry, co-President of Our Future Our Choice has said that Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will lose young voters in the next general election if he “lets down the hundreds of thousands of young people” on Brexit.
Liberal Democrat Wera Hobhouse has said if the UK “had a better opposition”, it would not be in this position on Brexit, as Theresa May faced a huge defeat her withdrawal deal on Tuesday night.
The Conservative politician has revealed the amount of abuse he has received from protesters in Westminster has reduced since he started wearing a bodycam.
Conservative MP Nicky Morgan has said that people are "horror-struck" at Parliament over its handling of Brexit, as Theresa May suffered a major defeat on her Brexit deal on Tuesday night.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has said that the party will not support no-deal Brexit, after MP David Lammy asked him to rule out the option during the leader’s motion of no confidence.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn traded strong words during the first Prime Minister's Questions after May's defeat over her Brexit deal
Upskirting, the act of taking a photo up someone’s clothing, is set to become a crime after being approved by the House of Lords, with offenders to face up to two years in prison.