Grant Shapps told Julia Hartley-Brewer his mug collection "brightened" his experience of reading the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement, after a posed photo of the MP surrounded by the colourful drinking vessels went viral.
If the Prime Minister "went under a bus", Michael Gove could be the leader the UK needs, Lord Digby Jones has claimed.
Conservative MP Dominic Grieve has said he finds it "impossible" that the former Brexit secretary, Dominic Raab, did not know "the sort of direction" negotiations with the EU were travelling in.
UKIP leader Gerard Batten has said that the European Union is “laughing at us” after Theresa May published her proposed EU Withdrawal Agreement.
The Spice Girls have said they want to bring “lightness and joy” and think Britain should come together to sort out Brexit together.
The MP has also claimed that a current government minister will be submitting a letter of no confidence.
The MP for Mid Bedfordshire submitted a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister a few weeks ago.
Nigel Farage described the Prime Minister’s proposed EU Withdrawal Agreement as trying to “opt back into” the European Union, adding that it was a “betrayal” - but Mr Farage's comments where called "pub chat" by former SNP MP John Nicolson.
The talkRADIO host calls Theresa May's deal "the worst divorce deal in history."
Tony Blair's former director of communications has called for a People's Vote on Brexit, claiming there are "no winners" if the UK leaves the European Union.
The Brexiteer MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has handed in a letter of no confidence against Theresa May following the publication of her EU Withdrawal agreement on Wednesday night.
The former Conservative leader has said the UK will be trapped by May's withdrawal agreement.
Andrew Bridgen expects there to be a vote of no confidence in the Prime Minister.
Conservative MP Peter Bone has slated Theresa May's Brexit deal, claiming it is "Brexit in name only", and claimed it could result in a "Corbyn government".
Peter Bone turned on the Prime Minister during a meeting in Parliament, suggesting she would lose the support of "many Conservative MPs" with her Brexit plan.
People complaining about a Brexit deal need to “calm down” and “read the details” once it is published, Conservative MP Paul Scully has said.
Labour peer, Lord Andrew Adonis, has said Theresa May will be "killed by both sides" over her Brexit deal, branding it a "load of junk".
The DUP's Brexit spokesman has said Theresa May has "double-crossed" the UK with her Brexit deal.
A Welsh MP has complained of Conservative MPs making “disparaging remarks” about his accent in the House of Commons.
The Conservative MP claimed that warnings of a disaster post-Brexit has been "exaggerated" by remain voters and should be taken "with a pinch of salt".
Talk of a no-deal Brexit is a "fantasy" designed to motivate MPs to "jump behind" Theresa May's Brexit plans, Sir Vince Cable has claimed.
Professor David Nutt has said that it was an “absurd idea” to “cure prisoners” by testing for their use of cannabis, and it has led to the Spice epidemic.
Lord Nigel Lawson has claimed that under Theresa May's leadership, the UK could become "a colony of the EU, governed by the EU".
New York Observer columnist Andre Walker has claimed an anorak worn by Jeremy Corbyn to a Remembrance Sunday event was "deliberately disrespectful".
A retail expert has said that Iceland's Christmas advert, which features a repackaged animation by Greenpeace warning against the use of palm oil, might have been permitted on air had it not been connected to the campaigner
Jeremy Wright MP revealed his love of Lego to Julia Hartley-Brewer, adding that a 4,500 piece Lego Death Star was the largest thing he had built from the plastic bricks.
The culture secretary has branded reports that he doesn't read newspapers as "complete nonsense", claiming his comments were taken "wholly out of context".
The vice chair of Migration Watch UK has said the Home Office should be "put in the dock" for losing track of 450 foreign criminals in the last two and a half years.
Helen Masacz painted Boris Johnson in 2010, but is now inviting the public to deface the artwork as her feelings have changed towards the former Foreign Secretary
A former Scotland Yard detective has said stop and search is a "useful tool" in the fight against knife crime, but claimed that new police recruits "probably think" it's "racist".
Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat has said that politicians should be “challenged” by the media and “should find it uncomfortable” after a CNN reporter had his White House pass revoked for confronting President Trump.
The founder of a charity which works with young people living on Inner London estates has claimed Sadiq Khan has "left it too late" to tackle rising instances of knife crime.
An art installation depicting almost 73,000 model bodies in shrouds will be held to mark the centenary of the First World War Armistice
Louise Meincke has said that the ‘meat tax’, which would increase the cost of processed meat by 79% was not about “punishing individuals”, but about encouraging governments to improve the affordability of healthy foods.
The Times’ Paul Morgan-Bentley has said that a Times investigation found that 40 charities and more than 300 companies have been banned from publicly criticising the Prime Minister and her Cabinet.
Sir Christopher Meyer has said that most sitting presidents expect a “bloody nose” in their first set of midterms, as the US Democrats took control of the House of Representatives in the midterm elections.
Simon Doherty of the British Veterinary Association tells Eamonn Holmes that dogs may find it harder to go to Donegal for the weekend
Tommy Robinson delivered a petition to Downing Street today calling for more "freedom" in the Armed Forces, after a solider was discharged when a picture of him and the EDL founder was posted online.
The Information Commissioner, Elizabeth Denham, revealed that the ICO are working through the equivalent of 52 billion pages of information for their investigation into businessman Arron Banks.
Conservative MP Damian Green has said that “no government has ever published legal advice” and that it was “not going to happen”, after former Brexit Secretary David Davis called for Theresa May to publish the legal advice given to the Government on the Irish backstop.
Joe Delaney from the Grenfell Action Group has said that those responsible for burning an effigy of Grenfell Tower should be attacked and ridiculed “for the rest of their lives” but they should not face charges “unless a racial element is proven”.
Baroness Ros Altmann has said that women who were expecting to get their pension at 60, ‘now have nothing to live on’, as from Tuesday women in the UK begin to qualify for their state pensions at the same age as men – which is currently 65.
A video clip appeared on social media of a model of Grenfell Tower being burned while those filming it laugh. Dany Cotton and Diane Abbott, as well as survivors' groups, condemned the incident
Channel 4 newsreader Krishnan Guru-Murthy said Arron Banks was incorrect in his assessment of Channel 4 being 'fake news'
Conservative MP David Davies has said the problem of adult refugee ‘students’ is going to be fairly common because they have a “vested interest” in pretending to be young.
Transport expert Christian Wolmar has said that spending money on roads instead of railways is “pouring money down the drain”, after Chancellor Philip Hammond announced last Monday a new £28.8 billion fund to improve the UK’s road infrastructure and build new ones.
Julia Hartley-Brewer has said that people understand the effect “a kebab and cigarettes” has on their health and still make that choice, as the Health Secretary announces a new prevention strategy for areas such as smoking and obesity.
Robert Halfon MP has said that “a mass conveyor belt of people going to university” is wrong and the Government should be investing in skills.
A Sony employee who was present when a knife fight broke out at the company's Kensington headquarters this morning recalled café staff "covered in blood".
Criminal Barrister Osman Osman has said that if it is found that Arron Banks has done “nothing wrong” then it raises questions as to why the case has been referred to the National Crime Agency.
Carolyn Harris, the chair of the fixed odds betting terminals all party parliamentary group has said that Tracey Crouch was a “principled woman” and a “huge loss” to the Government.
Journalist Andre Walker has said that Waitrose knew their Magazine Editor was joking in an email where he said there should be “a series on killing vegans”, but the supermarket is “too afraid of twitter trolls”.
The former police officer claimed that public confidence in the police had "plummeted" and that people had "all but given up" on them.