The Prime Minister attacked the Mayor of London, accusing him of "squandering" money.
The MP was seen reclining in the chamber, at times with his eyes closed, during an historic Brexit debate last night.
He accused Boris Johnson of treating his MPs like “robots” who must “to do what the Prime Minister says or be fired”.
The newly-minted Liberal Democrat ruled out a by-election a day after he dramatically crossed the floor.
Legislation designed to prevent a no-deal Brexit on October 31 has cleared the House of Commons.
He defended his decision to vote against the government on an opposition Bill that would prevent a no-deal Brexit.
Two former Chancellors were among the 21 Conservative MPs who have been barred from standing for the party at the next election.
He promised to battle Boris Johnson should he attempt to remove him from the Conservative Party for voting against the government.
He urged rebel Conservative MPs to vote against legislation set to be put forward by Labour MP Hilary Benn to block a no-deal Brexit.
Parliament resumes today, with heightened speculation of a vote of no-confidence or even a call for a general election.
The Liberal Democrats will not support any vote for a general election, should Boris Johnson request a snap poll when Parliament resumes.
The Mayor of London called on all 73 London MPs to ‘think carefully about how they will be remembered’.
He accused Boris Johnson of failing to unify the country and “making no effort” to spell out the consequences of a no-deal Brexit.
He urged Conservative MPs to rally behind the Prime Minister ahead of an expected parliamentary battle over Brexit.
He warned MPs against throwing 'all their eggs' into an attempt to extend Article 50, ahead of the return of Parliament on Tuesday.
He warned rebellious MPs they risk losing the whip and being barred from standing for the party if they vote against the government when Parliament returns.
He revealed he wanted to be a rock star or a supermarket tycoon during a Q&A with young journalists.
The French port will stage a no-deal Brexit rehearsal later today ahead of the UK’s anticipated departure from the European Union on October 31.
The Tory MP claimed that division in Westminster was making the prospect of a deal with the EU less likely.
Downing Street said the UK's team of Brexit negotiators will sit down with their EU counterparts twice a week during September.
He pledged to work across party lines to prevent Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament when it returns on Tuesday.
A Twitter post calling for a protest outside Jacob-Rees Mogg’s country home has been slammed as an invasion of privacy.
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament was an "ambush", according to the creator of a petition against the move.
He warned Britain has not been so “polarised” since the Second World War and such deep division could lead to violence.
Ruth Davidson has confirmed she has resigned as leader of the Scottish Conservatives, saying holding the post had been the “privilege of my life”.
The Commons leader criticised the "eccentric, angry, frustrated, rump who love the EU".
Hours after Boris Johnson announced he would suspend Parliament, the petition hit 550,000 signatures, reaching one million after 11pm.
The Brexit Party leader said the UK was going through a "dishonourable time in our history".
The former politician said a "very large" number of elderly leave voters had died, meaning there was no longer a majority for Brexit.
The US president reaffirmed his backing for Mr Johnson on Twitter just days after the pair met in person at the G7 summit in Biarritz.
He said the Prime Minister’s decision to suspend Parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline has showed he “does not care for our Constitution”.
Downing Street confirmed that Boris Johnson has spoken to the Queen to request that Parliament is suspended until October 14.
The Labour MP said those trying to stop a no-deal Brexit are guilty of 'sabotage' and could be accused of being 'traitorous' to their country.
Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley accused Boris Johnson of trying to “do away with parliamentary sovereignty”.
The Chancellor has been preparing to announce his first round of spending pledges, with schools, hospitals and the police set to benefit.
Jeremy Corbyn triumphed in a talkRADIO poll that asked listeners to choose between a Corbyn government or a hard Brexit.
Those who have signed the document, dubbed the Church House Declaration, oppose a no-deal Brexit and pledge to do 'whatever is necessary' to stop it.
A singer in Bucks Fizz will stand as a Brexit Party candidate for the Labour seat of Kensington at the next election.
She said it would be “anti-democratic” for Boris Johnson to suspend Parliament in order to carry out a no-deal Brexit.
A talkRADIO poll that asks listeners to choose between a Jeremy Corbyn government or a hard Brexit provokes fierce debate.
Labour MEP Claude Moraes claims Ms Merkel’s backstop deadline is not a significant breakthrough in negotiations.
The German chancellor has said the Prime Minister has 30 days to come with an alternative solution to the Irish backstop that he wants to scrap.
A senior Tory and vocal opponent of no-deal Brexit has announced that he will stand down as MP at the next general election.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has invited senior politicians to a meeting aimed at preventing a no deal withdrawal from the EU.
The Liberal Democrats have announced its new line up of frontbenchers after Jo Swinson became party leader last month.
The Brexit Party MEP said the EU may budge on the backstop to prevent a no-deal Brexit, leaving the UK with a 'dire' Withdrawal Agreement.
The Labour MP advised Boris Johnson to be 'absolutely clear and strong and tough' during Brexit talks with European leaders this week.
He accused his European neighbours of being 'a bit negative' ahead of Brexit talks with Germany and France.
Diane Abbott has criticised the government's plan to stop freedom of movement with the EU in the case of a no-deal Brexit.
Data released by Facebook have shown the Tory Party has significantly increased its spending on Facebook advertising.
John McTernan has said Jeremy Corbyn 'did not take his moment' to make a stand on the Brexit debate after the 2017 election.
He said a leaked government document that predicted the worst case scenarios of a no-deal Brexit is 'not helpful', but its findings should not be dismissed.
He heads to France and Germany to call for a new Brexit agreement, as his government faces pressure for spending millions on an ad campaign.