A former Downing Street advisor has aired her concerns over an amendment to the Finance Bill, which will limit the government's financial powers in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has called for a “safe space” for political debate, after pro-Remain MP Anna Soubry was confronted by protesters outside of Parliament and called a “Nazi”.
A man on his way home from work filmed an object in the sky he claims is the drone that grounded flights at Heathrow on Tuesday
Prime Minister Theresa May has assured MPs that they would get a vote on triggering the backstop, or extending the implementation period, if there is no new agreement by December 2020.
The Conservative MP claimed yesterday's vote on the Finance Bill, in which the government was defeated for the first time in over 40 years, was "entirely meaningless".
Jacob Rees-Mogg likened the actions of Tories who voted for the amendment to the Finance Bill to the tactics of Donald Trump, but admitted Brexit may not happen as planned by March 29
Nicky Morgan was one of the MPs who voted in favour of Labour MP Yvette Cooper's amendment to the Finance Bill, defying the government
Conservative MP Anna Soubry described the protesters that confronted her on Monday as “criminal” and “bully-boys”, after they followed her and called her a “Nazi”.
The chief executive of the Joint Council for Welfare of Immigrants has said it was "wrong" of Sajid Javid to question whether migrants crossing the Channel were "genuine" asylum seekers.
Anti-Brexit campaigner Femi Oluwole said police had "dropped the ball" when Conservative MP Anna Soubry was confronted by angry protesters.
Conservative MP John Redwood told Julia Hartley-Brewer that some groups of protesters outside Parliament were "crossing the line".
Harriet Minter of the Badass Women's Hour clashed with a nutritionist over their views on obesity
The Liberal Democrat Brexit spokesman accused politicians across Europe of "concentrating on their Christmas dinners" rather than Brexit.
The former health minister has criticised a new 10-year plan for the NHS, claiming it fails to address issues faced in social care.
Former MP Ann Widdecombe has spoken out against a library's plans to have a drag queen read to children as part of LGBT week
A study has claimed that employers could discriminate against applicants who disclose a criminal conviction
Sir Bernard Jenkin has said that economists' forecasts about Brexit having a negative effect on the UK economy could be wrong
Aid worker Rob Lawrie, who works with asylum seekers in camps in France, says the perception they want to settle in the UK over other countries is 'rhetoric' fuelled by the media and controversial figures
Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald said Labour would support a second referendum if an alternative Brexit deal was not presented, and criticised the rail fare hikes
Labour MP Stephen Doughty clashed with talkRADIO host Mike Graham during a debate on whether the public wanted a second EU referendum.
Peter Dawson, the Director of the Prison Reform Trust has said the new scheme to give more prisoners in-cell phones will prevent prisoners’ families becoming involved in the illegal phone trade.
Donald Trump pulling US troops out of Syria could unsettle the situation in the area leading to more people trying to leave, a former police officer says
Travel writer Adrian Mills has said that anyone affected by the drone sightings at Gatwick airport should keep all their receipts, even if it is being classed as an exceptional circumstance.
Transport secretary Chris Grayling has said that anyone caught launching a similar drone attack to the one that grounded Gatwick flights will go to jail
Jacob Rees-Mogg tells Julia Hartley-Brewer what Christmas is like in the Rees-Mogg household
Pilot Simon Moores tells Julia Hartley-Brewer why drones can't be shot out of the air, and what needs to be done to stop further attacks
Conservative MP Vicky Ford says House of Commons Speaker John Bercow has called her a 'stupid woman' following accusations levelled at Jeremy Corbyn that he said such to Theresa May
Labour MP Stephen Doughty has described a no-deal Brexit as “an extremely dangerous situation”, despite the European Commission releasing outlines of a plan to handle a no-deal Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged to "apologise or clarify" what he was saying after being accused of mouthing "stupid woman" at Theresa May during Prime Minister's Questions.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said that the Conservative Government will not survive a no-deal Brexit, addign that it would be “chaotic”.
A vegan activist has called for an end to "animal agriculture", adding that he hopes the world will make the transition to veganism in the next 40 years.
Labour MP and Corbyn supporter Chris Williamson says that he does not think the Labour party would be successful if they tabled a no confidence motion in the government
Conservative MP Nicky Morgan rubbished suggestions of Jeremy Corbyn tabling a motion of no confidence in the government, saying he wants to 'sit back and watch chaos unfold'
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told MPs he will table a motion of no confidence in Prime Minister Theresa May over her handling of the Brexit deal vote.
Theresa May told the House of Commons on Monday that the meaningful vote on her Brexit deal will be held in the third week of January
Conservative MP has said in the past that Remainers will not be able to 'stall' Brexit with a second referendum, but now says that it is looking more likely
Leave campaigner Kate Hoey and Remainer Jim Fitzpatrick MP joined Julia Hartley-Brewer to discuss a second referendum
Lord Andrew Adonis urges the Labour party to vote for a second referendum including a Remain option
The Advertising Standards Authority has introduced a ban on adverts that feature stereotypical gender roles or characteristics.
The Conservative MEP said there would be no option but to stage a "mass boycott" if a second referendum on Brexit took place.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has hit back against claims from the Chancellor that last night's confidence vote would "flush out extremists" in the party.
Bill Cash, Andrew Bridgen and Steve Baker reveal why they voted to oust Theresa May in last night's confidence vote.
Alastair Campbell has described Theresa May as not a “top-level Prime Minister” instead saying that she had handled the Brexit negotiations “terribly”.
Labour MP Wes Streeting has described the no-confidence vote as “the most grotesque example of party before country”.
Conservative MP Grant Shapps has said that the Conservative Party remains united on the view that Jeremy Corbyn’s Marxist ideas would “do more damage” to the UK, despite Theresa May set to face a vote of no confidence.
The former Attorney General claimed the impending confidence vote in Theresa May was "crazy" and would serve "no useful purpose whatsoever".
The Conservative MP told talkRADIO a vote of no-confidence in the Prime Minister was triggered because all the "monkeying around" was "making people really angry".
Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle has said that it was worth losing a day’s pay over lifting the mace in the House of Commons, because it might “highlight the disgrace of undermining democracy” that is being conducted by Theresa May’s government.
Labour MP Kate Hoey has said that the Prime Minister should not “expect loyalty” from the DUP after “backstabbing” them over the Irish Brexit backstop.
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt has admitted that he submitted his no confidence letter in Theresa May twice, after withdrawing it earlier this year when Theresa May brought back a deal from the EU.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has said that the EU is “unlikely” to give the UK a “punishment Brexit” because the UK has a £95bn trade deficit with the EU.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen has said that Theresa May now think “any deal is better than no deal”, adding that if the Prime Minister’s agreement was not a bad deal, he did not know “what a bad deal looks like”.
Conservative MP Iain Duncan Smith has said Theresa May’s decision to hold a General Election in 2017 was “one of the worst decisions made by any government”.
In a statement to the House of Commons, the Prime Minister said she had deferred Tuesday's Brexit deal vote because it "would be rejected by a significant margin".