Kim Leadbeater said it was fine for politicians to "passionately disagree", but that they must carry out their debates on a "human level".
A government request for a three-day Parliamentary recess during next week's Conservative Party conference has been rejected by MPs.
Neil Coyle MP called the television presenter a "waste of space, air and skin" in a heated Twitter spat.
Labour MP Barry Sheerman reflects on his passionate outburst at Attorney General Geoffrey Cox in the Commons yesterday.
The MP said it was "ridiculous" to single out Boris Johnson's language, when MPs from other parties had said "a whole load worse".
MPs across the House called for Parliament to moderate its language in a heated night in the Commons.
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Brexit activist Darren Grimes said he is concerned by the possible "politicisation of our judiciary".
The MP faced criticism for calling the Liberal Democrats “kind of Taliban” over their demand to cancel Brexit.
Dominic Grieve has insisted that a second referendum is the only way to move forward through the Brexit impasse.
The Brexit Party leader has said the Supreme Court ruling over the prorogation of Parliament has made a Halloween Brexit "much less likely".
MPs will return the benches of the House of Commons this morning after Boris Johnson's prorogation was deemed "void and of no effect".
Jeremy Corbyn has called for Boris Johnson to resign after the Supreme Court found his decision to suspend Parliament unlawful.
Politicians from across the political spectrum have reacted to an historic ruling that said the PM's Parliament suspension was unlawful.
The Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful and MPs have shared their reaction on social media.
John Bercow has notified party leaders that the House of Commons will sit tomorrow, causing Labour MPs to leave their annual conference early.
The Supreme Court has made an historic decision and ruled that Boris Johnson's suspension of Parliament was unlawful.
The Business Secretary has called Labour's neutral stance over Brexit a "joke", adding that they "cannot simply sit on the fence".
The Supreme Court will make its decision this morning over the legality of the Prime Minister's suspension of Parliament.
Labour conference delegates have backed Jeremy Corbyn's stance on staying neutral on Brexit until after an election.
The Labour MP said she was confident that her party could win an election, and that she was "looking forward" to implementing new policies.
The shadow chancellor has slammed the Lib Dems as an "extreme right-wing austerity party", saying their Brexit policy is "unacceptable".
Mr McTernan has said the Labour conference in Brighton is the "most disastrous and badly managed conferences" that he has ever been to..
Labour members will vote on the party's Brexit stance at the party's conference today, with leader Jeremy Corbyn urging a neutral stance.
She called the Liberal Democrats “kind of Taliban” over their demand to cancel Brexit instead of holding a second referendum.
The ex-Prime Minister said it was important for leaders to explain how they felt, and why they made certain decisions.
She vowed to continue her bid to replace John Bercow, despite local party members calling on her to stand down.
He said European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker must consider his legacy ahead of the latest round of Brexit talks.
He said the possibility of becoming the next Prime Minister daunts him, but he was “absolutely” ready to lead the country.
Alexandra Phillips said the European Parliament is unprepared for Britain’s imminent departure, as the October 31 deadline approaches.
The Finnish prime minister said the PM had until the end of September to reveal his Brexit plans - or else “it’s over”.
Michael Heaver MEP told the EU "no thanks, no deal, you can do one" at the European Parliament 2020 budget session.
The government has continued to defend its decision to suspend Parliament at the Supreme Court, as proceedings continue for a second day.
The Brexit Party leader said the EU's "worst nightmare" was Britain becoming more prosperous outside of the trading bloc.
He feels “uncomfortable” about the Supreme Court having the final say on whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.
He said Labour would offer a “sensible” leave option in a Brexit referendum, but he would personally remain neutral during the campaign.
Lord Keen said Boris Johnson will comply with any declaration the Supreme Court makes over his suspension of Parliament.
The Liberal Democrat leader has said her party can "win a brighter future" as she addressed members in her party conference closing speech.
Former ministers Sir Edward Leigh and Chris Bryant have promised to be "deaf to any partisan influence" and "beholden to no one".
Dr Philip Lee said he was "overwhelmed" by his welcome to the Liberal Democrats after quit the Conservatives to join the party.
Robert Buckland promised to abide by a Supreme Court ruling over whether Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament was lawful.
Luxembourg PM Xavier Bettel held the press conference alongside an empty podium to represent Boris Johnson.
The UK’s highest court will today hear appeals from two separate challenges to Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament.
Galen Milne has been removed as a Lib Dem general election candidate after suggesting senior Conservatives be "hung, drawn and quartered".
Boris Johnson said pro-remain protesters were making too much noise for the briefing to go ahead.
Over £250,000 has been spent on Facebook ads preparing the public for Brexit, despite uncertainty over whether the UK will leave the EU.
He branded the Labour leader an “apologist for a hard-right Russian government” in a damning speech at the Liberal Democrat conference.
The cabinet minister said MPs who have tried to “derail” Brexit will ultimately be judged by their constituents at an election.
The Brexit Party MEP said she was sceptical that Brexit would be delivered by Halloween.
The former Lib Dem leader said there was never a "great public demand” for a Brexit referendum.