Calls for a peerage for John Bercow have been pouring in as the outgoing Speaker chairs his final parliamentary session today.
The Tory MP admitted he didn't read messages sent to him via social media to protect his "sanity".
The ex-Labour Mayor of London said the Prime Minister needed to be in Downing Street "sorting out the mess".
Liz Truss has called for a different way of thinking on identity and equality, saying no one wants to be the “token woman”.
Jeremy Corbyn criticised “the elite” as he launched Labour's election campaign in his first major speech ahead of the December 12 poll.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn praised the outgoing Commons Speaker John Bercow, as he chaired his last-ever Prime Minister's Questions.
The 11-metre effigy will depict the Commons Speaker holding the heads of Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn.
The Labour peer said the PM had "stripped" his party "of all allies" in the Commons, and would struggle to form a government if he won.
He warned Conservative MPs against acting complacent, despite the government emerging victorious from a battle over an early election date.
A general election is set to be held on December 12 after MPs rejected an amendment aimed at changing the date of the PM's election plan.
The Lib Dem MP said calls to ban over-70s from voting are "extreme and unreasonable", but argued that the voting age should be lowered to 16.
Chris Davies suggested that Brexiteers should not wear poppies, claiming the EU is essential for peace.
The former deputy PM said pulling the Withdrawal Agreement Bill after it secured a second reading was the "wrong decision".
The Labour MP says disgraced Labour member Keith Vaz should stand at the next election as he has made a “great contribution” to Parliament.
Boris Johnson is expected to once again ask MPs to support a December 12 election despite the measure being defeated on Monday night.
The Prime Minister has said he will put forward a "short Bill" to try again to get MPs to back having an election on December 12 after they rejected it this evening.
Nearly two million people have applied to register to vote in the past eight weeks, according to government figures.
Campaigner Alastair Campbell accused the group's chairman Roland Rudd of "sabotage", after he reportedly fired two senior staff members.
The EU has accepted the UK’s request for a Brexit “flextension” until January 31 2020, European Council president Donald Tusk has said.
The MEP said Boris Johnson’s Brexit plan could leave Britain locked in a “never-ending transition”.
Boris Johnson may be successful in his bid for an early election if the European Union grants a Brexit extension until January 31.
The Brexit Party MEP said her party could help the government win a "thumping great majority" in an election.
The shadow home secretary has come to blows with fellow Labour MP Kate Hoey after saying she no longer represents the party.
In an exclusive interview with talkRADIO, the former PM revealed he was not the "world's greatest supporter" of Jeremy Corbyn.
People's Vote campaigner Alastair Campbell has said Labour should not back Boris Johnson's "terrible idea" to hold a December 12 election.
EU ambassadors have reportedly agreed an extension is needed, and a diplomat said the length of the delay will be decided next week.
The ex-Tory leadership contender said he felt "free" since defecting to the Liberal Democrats.
Sajid Javid has backed Boris Johnson's call for a pre-Christmas general election, saying the government has been "left with no choice".
An EU decision is expected today outlining if, and crucially for how long, a Brexit delay may be granted, which could influence an election.
Boris Johnson has written a letter to Jeremy Corbyn urging the Labour leader to back his push for a general election.
The Prime Minister has said he will give MPs more time to debate his Brexit deal if they agree to a general election on December 12.
The Conservative Party is reportedly in disagreement over whether Boris Johnson should call a general election before Christmas.
The Liberal Democrat has defended Parliament and said the PM "should have known" MPs would refuse his bid to fast-track Brexit legislation.
News of the discovery of 39 dead bodies in a lorry in Thurrock, Essex, this morning has dominated Prime Minister's Questions.
The Conservative MP has said that the a "revised timetable" to debate the Brexit Bill could be achieved if the DUP is onside.
Number 10 has said an election is "the only way the country can move on" if the EU offers to extend the Brexit deadline until the new year.
The Labour MP has said there "might well be a revolution" if John Bercow decides not to step down as Speaker on October 31 as promised.
The European Council president tweeted that the UK's request to extend Article 50 should be treated "in all seriousness".
Iain Duncan Smith has urged MPs to "go round the clock" after many criticised Boris Johnson's fast-track schedule for Brexit debate.
Boris Johnson will attempt to fast-track Brexit legislation through the Commons in a final bid to take Britain out of the EU by October 31.
The Bill's purpose is to turn Boris Johnson's Withdrawal Agreement - a draft international treaty agreed with the EU - into UK law.
The Conservative MP said a decision on a Brexit deal should be made by the government and the EU - not Parliament.
The Tory MP said the Benn Act - designed to block a no-deal Brexit - will no longer apply if MP's back Boris Johnson's deal.
John Longworth said he can't imagine a "better outcome" than Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, in contrast to Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage.
The former Lib Dem leader said support has increased for putting a Brexit deal back to the people in a second referendum.
Jeremy Corbyn says PM' Brexit deal is "defeated" as MPs react to the postponement of the vote on the agreement until next week.
The latest from historic “Super Saturday” sitting in Parliament where MPs will vote on the new deal to take Britain out of the EU.
The Home Secretary has praised Boris Johnson's "tremendous leadership" as she urged MPs to back his Brexit deal in the Commons tomorrow.
Partygoers will gather at a beach near Amsterdam to wave goodbye to Britain on October 31.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour Party of trying to "exploit" Brexit for "political purposes".