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".
Ex-superintendent Leroy Logan said tackling the "tidal wave" of people risking their lives to enter the UK is "not just a policing issue".
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.
Louis Barrett and Bradley Garrett have been sentenced for the hate crime against a Korean university student in Brighton two years ago.
The Conservative MP has said that the a "revised timetable" to debate the Brexit Bill could be achieved if the DUP is onside.
Joe Achilles was fined more than £600 and given six points on his licence for filming himself driving at nearly 100mph on a Derbyshire road.
Policing a climate change protest - which began on October 7 - cost Scotland Yard £21 million, a bill set to rise by several million pounds.
Iain Duncan Smith has urged MPs to "go round the clock" after many criticised Boris Johnson's fast-track schedule for Brexit debate.
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.
The Home Secretary has praised Boris Johnson's "tremendous leadership" as she urged MPs to back his Brexit deal in the Commons tomorrow.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour Party of trying to "exploit" Brexit for "political purposes".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman said the Prime Minister had "not honoured the pledges" he made to the party within his new Brexit deal.
The Independent MP slated the party for focusing on one policy - to stop Brexit.
Former Tory MP Dominic Grieve has warned that the PM's Brexit deal is "not the end" and there is "much more difficult negotiation" to come.
The former Lib Dem leader has said the deal announced by the Prime Minister today could risk breaking up the United Kingdom.
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.
The London Mayor criticised the "extremely dangerous" protests, after climate change activists were dragged off trains by angry commuters.
Commuters faced delays this morning after Extinction Rebellion activists glued themselves to London Underground trains.
Jonathan Bartley has been arrested alongside journalist George Monbiot for obstructing a road as part of the Extinction Rebellion protests.
The Conservative MP said the Prime Minister should not allow a Brexit extension - even if he cannot agree a deal with the EU.
Mubashar Hussain has been jailed after he knocked down PC Gareth Phillips, shattering his pelvis and leaving him in hospital for four weeks.
Ellie Chowns was arrested for attending Extinction Rebellion protests after police imposed a ban on action across London.
A policy that British nationals who fought for the Islamic State group should instead face justice in the region is under review.
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 Labour leader has said another Queen's speech could be "just weeks away", but next time laying out the agenda of a Labour government.
A north London Rabbi said it was his "religious and moral duty" to stand up for his beliefs at the Extinction Rebellion demos in the city.
The former Foreign Secretary told talkRADIO parliamentarians had "taxed" the faith in democracy.
Live updates from the state opening of parliament and Queen’s speech laying out government policy as a new parliamentary session begins.
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.
Greater Manchester Police have said specialist officers are responding after five people were stabbed at Arndale shopping centre.
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".
Extinction Rebellion protesters have descended upon London City airport in an attempt to "peacefully occupy and shut it down".
Songwriter Rhodri Marsden took 10 weeks to create the album, described as a "shining disco symphony for the dark days of Brexit".
DAC Laurence Taylor tells talkRADIO the Extinction Rebellion protest activity is now "unlawful" as the number of arrests surpasses 500.
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".
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.
Protesters from the climate change movement told talkRADIO they are rallying today because they are “scared".
The ex-Tory MP, falsely accused of being involved in a Westminster paedophile ring, said police wanted to believe the claims made by Carl Beech.
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen has slammed planned protests by Extinction Rebellion activists, calling their protest "counterproductive".
Police chiefs are urging the US embassy to waiver the diplomatic immunity of a suspect in a fatal crash.
Extinction Rebellion members used a fire engine to spray 1,800 litres of fake blood over the government building.