The former Lib Dem leader has said the deal announced by the Prime Minister today could risk breaking up the United Kingdom.
The president of the European Commission claimed "there will be no prolongation" to Brexit, even if UK MPs reject Boris Johnson's deal.
Labour MP Dawn Butler told the government to "stop kicking the can down the road" over proposed reforms to the Gender Recognition Act.
Jim Fitzpatrick has said up to 20 Labour MPs could defy party policy and back Boris Johnson's new Brexit deal.
Brexit talks continue into the night as the clock ticks down to tomorrow's crucial EU summit in Brussels. Will the PM meet the deadline?
Antoinette Sandbach has attacked the "toxic" political atmosphere after she received a message with an apparent death threat.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has confirmed that Boris Johnson will request a Brexit delay if he fails to get a deal through Parliament.
The Conservative MP said the Prime Minister should not allow a Brexit extension - even if he cannot agree a deal with the EU.
He said government plans to demand photo ID at polling stations would “disproportionately” discriminate against ethnic minorities.
She said there was no point pushing for a Brexit deal in order to meet the October 31 deadline because Parliament may not pass it anyway.
The Prime Minister will not resign even if his agenda set out in the Queen’s Speech is defeated by Parliament.
The Labour leader has said another Queen's speech could be "just weeks away", but next time laying out the agenda of a Labour government.
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The Conservative Party MP said he believes Boris Johnson has "a few tricks up his sleeve" to ensure the UK leaves the EU by October 31.
Zack Polanksi has called to overhaul the voting system in general elections so that voters don't see the Green Party as a "wasted vote".
The Prime Minister and his Irish counterpart said talks were "detailed and constructive" as discussions continue in Brussels today.
The Labour leader has labelled Monday's Queen's speech a "cynical stunt" and accused Mr Johnson of using it as a "pre-election broadcast".
Conservative MP Shailesh Vara called the outgoing Speaker a “playground bully” who has “tarnished the role of Speaker with his biasness”.
Ben Habib said politicians that helped to bring in legislation forcing the PM to seek a Brexit extension if his plans aren't backed by MPs should now work to repeal it.
Government sources said MPs were expected to be called back to Westminster on October 19, following next week's EU summit.
Jim Fitzpatrick has said he and his colleagues will back a deal brought before the Commons in order to "get Brexit done and dusted".
The former Conservative Party leader has criticised the EU over Brexit for using Northern Ireland as a "pawn in this game".
The Irish Taoiseach will meet the PM for talks today but has warned of the difficulty of achieving a Brexit deal by the Brussels summit.
The European Council president hit out at Boris Johnson in a tweet, accusing him of engaging in a "stupid blame game".
Parliament will be suspended for one week after more than two years continuous sitting - reopening with a Queen's speech on October 14.
London Mayor candidate Shaun Bailey has slated his Labour rival for having “nothing to say” over the Extinction Rebellion protests.
The cabinet minister has dismissed climate change protests across London, saying the government is already doing "shed loads" on the issue.
The Tory MP said there are ways to get around the Benn Act, despite Boris Johnson’s promises that he will comply with the legislation.
A Scottish court has rejected a request to order Boris Johnson to seek a Brexit extension if he cannot get a deal through the Commons.
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen has slammed planned protests by Extinction Rebellion activists, calling their protest "counterproductive".
The French president has said the EU's decision on Boris Johnson's Brexit proposals will come by the end of the week.
A Scottish court has seen government documents that confirm the Prime Minister accepts legislation that may require him to delay Brexit.
He could face two more legal showdowns to force a Brexit extension should he fail to secure a deal by October 19.
The Prime Minister says his Brexit plan is a "genuine attempt to bridge the chasm" with the EU.
She was awaiting further details before deciding whether to support Boris Johnson’s new Brexit proposals.
He said he was confident he could pass a new Brexit deal, despite having “very little time” left before he has pledged to leave.
Downing Street has said the PM will request the prorogation of Parliament for a second time after the first attempt was ruled unlawful.
Boris Johnson has today written to the president of the European Commission to outline his alternative plans to the Irish backstop.
The Foreign Secretary called for "zero tolerance" of abuse against MPs as he faced questions from the shadow home secretary in Parliament.
He attacked the Parliament he no longer controls in his headline speech to close the Conservative Party conference.
She said can make a deal with allies including Australia, Japan and the United States “within months” once Britain leaves the EU.
He said forthcoming Brexit proposals will show which MPs are trying to prevent Britain leaving the European Union.
He is offering the Conservative Party faithful a pledge to “get Brexit done” because voters are “desperate” to focus on other issues.
The Home Secretary has announced proposals for an new points-based immigration system during her key note speech that Conservative Party conference.
A senior Tory MP clashed with security at the Conservative Party conference, prompting a lockdown of part of the venue.
He said opposition parties have “made up” warnings the government would be forced to slash public spending in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
He told talkRADIO he would “stick to the constitution” ahead of an October 19 Brexit deal deadline.
He said any Conservative move to announce a Brexit breakthrough at its party conference would be inappropriate.
Boris Johnson could set out his European Union withdrawal plans as early as Wednesday once the Conservative Party conference wraps up.
The Chancellor laid out his spending plans at the Tory Party conference and committed to delivering Brexit by the October 31 deadline.
One delegate was approached by a woman who offered to pay for his train ticket home after noticing his blue lanyard.