Brexit Party MEPs abstained from a vote yesterday to demand Iran to release detained dual-nationals, including Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
Jonathan Bartley clashed with talkRADIO's Julia Hartley-Brewer over whether children should take time off school to attend climate rallies.
He said European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker must consider his legacy ahead of the latest round of Brexit talks.
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”.
The Sinn Fein MEP has claimed that opinion polls show "the test has been met" to trigger a poll on the reunification of Ireland.
Michael Heaver MEP told the EU "no thanks, no deal, you can do one" at the European Parliament 2020 budget session.
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.
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.
In a debate over fat shaming, Steve Miller argues that "telling the truth" is helps people lose weight and called for more "tough love".
The 45-year-old revealed he was suffering from the virus at the weekend after blackmailers threatened to expose his positive status.
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.
He slammed the BBC and other “mainstream media” for their “biased” coverage of the Brexit impasse.
The Greater Manchester Mayor is calling for more devolution to northern regions.
The SNP's Westminster leader said he wants a general election to show Scotland's "determination" to stay in the EU.
Dale Vince has threatened to take Boris Johnson to court to force him to confirm he will not allow a no-deal Brexit.
The government should consider staying in the EU rather than making no deal contingency plans, according to Lib Dem MP Christine Jardine.
Tory Rebel Dominic Grieve likened the outcome of a no-deal Brexit to "a hurricane or a storm".
He said it was “extremely worrying” that thousands of UK students were being taught about climate change in a free programme backed by the UN.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue said the popular children's character was the reason "more women don't want to be firefighters".
Stephen Kinnock said the only way to solve Brexit was to secure a deal, as his party's deputy leader pushes for a second referendum.
The cabinet minister revealed she was "pleased to hear" John Bercow was stepping down as Commons Speaker.
The Labour MP said she would consider staying on as an MP if Britain had still not left the EU at the next election.
Outgoing Labour MP John Mann accused his party of failing to act on issues of sexual harassment “and worse”.
The talkRADIO host clashed with Labour MP Jack Dromey during a discussion about the outgoing Commons Speaker, John Bercow.
The Tory MP criticised politicians for “shenanigans and showmanship” after the political gridlock continued in Parliament last night.
The Brexit Party leader told Julia Hartley-Brewer that he would put "country before party" to resolve Brexit.
A friend of the Johnson family has said the Prime Minister does not have the "courage of his conviction" for the Brexit he is promoting.
Sir Max Hastings accused the Prime Minister of being a “fantasist” and “completely self-obsessed”.
The Tory MP compared Dr David Nicholl to a disgraced anti-vaxxer, after he spoke of his concerns regarding a no-deal Brexit.
The pub giant has announced the price of a pint of beer was being cut by an average of 20p in a bid to show how life might be after Brexit.
The Liberal Democrat MP said his party would only support a general election once a no-deal Brexit was “off the table”.
She said the Brexit Party would support Boris Johnson as long as he kept his promise to leave the European Union on October 31.
Alok Sharma urged Labour to support a general election when it is put to the House of Commons for a second time on Monday.
The Liberal Democrat leader confirmed her plans to run for Prime Minister if a general election is called.
However, she refused to confirm whether her party would run candidates against Conservative MPs should an early election be called.
He is certain the current Parliament is unable to resolve the issue of Brexit and an election would offer a “clear choice” to voters.
The Labour MP accused the Prime Minister of not being able to grasp "how serious" Brexit was.
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.
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.
The Liberal Democrats will not support any vote for a general election, should Boris Johnson request a snap poll when Parliament resumes.
He accused Boris Johnson of failing to unify the country and “making no effort” to spell out the consequences of a no-deal Brexit.
A driver who balanced a second car on top of his vehicle has been fined £195 and given three points on his licence.