One of the many peculiar things I’ve observed since becoming a parent is how sometimes the harder you try, the less grateful your child can be.
‘If you can fill the unforgiving minute with 60 seconds’ worth of distance, run…”
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon declared last night that Theresa May’s “remaining authority” had been “fatally undermined”, leaving her a “lame duck” prime minister.
Theresa May has survived an attempt by MPs to oust her as Conservative leader, which means there will not be a contest to replace her.
Theresa May has survived the night and she now cannot be challenged by her own MPs for a year, but her woes are far from over.
Theresa May lives to fight another day after seeing off an attempt by her own MPs to oust her as leader of the Conservative party.
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse has warned leaving the EU without a deal would be “hugely damaging” for the oil and gas sector and a “real mistake”.
MPs have warned the UK Government must not use “trickery” or “loopholes” to prevent the Commons from having its say on Brexit.
McDonnell accuses Sturgeon of trying to avoid a general election amid escalating calls for confidence vote
A row erupted between Labour and the SNP last night after the shadow chancellor accused Nicola Sturgeon of demanding his party call a confidence vote in the UK Government in the full knowledge it would fail.
Theresa May will today meet European leaders in an 11th-hour attempt to secure Brexit deal concessions after delaying the crunch Commons vote in a humiliating climb-down.
Labour will not bring forward an immediate vote of no confidence in the UK Government despite cross-party calls for the opposition to act amid escalating Brexit chaos.
MPs will today discuss the Ivory Bill and fuel poverty instead of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom announced last night.
Moray MP Douglas Ross has urged Theresa May to make clear when the Commons will have its say on her Brexit deal.
Theresa May has called off tomorrow night’s crunch Commons vote on her Brexit deal in the face of almost certain defeat.
Theresa May will send dozens of her ministers to all corners of the country today as she fights to keep her Brexit deal alive ahead of next week’s Commons vote.
Former foreign secretary and arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned the EU will not stop until it has “worked out a way to plunder the waters of Scotland for their fish”.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell will today tell Nicola Sturgeon to “open her ears” and “hear what Scotland is actually saying” about Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Theresa May was last night branded a liar after the government’s legal advice on the Brexit deal revealed how difficult it could be for Britain to pull out of EU customs arrangements if it fails to negotiate a long-term replacement.
A UK minister has ruled out lowering standards for food imports to secure post-Brexit trade deals, insisting it would be “commercial madness” that would cause “untold damage”.
The UK Government must today publish its “final and full” legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal after MPs forced its hand in a humiliating Commons defeat.
Theresa May was battling to keep her Brexit plans on track last night after MPs voted to seize back control of what happens if the prime minister loses next week’s vote on the deal.
A Scottish fishing leader has said Brexit should be an opportunity to rebuild fleets in UK coastal communities, like his home village of Stonehaven.
Nicola Sturgeon has issued a rallying cry to those opposed to the “extreme Brexit championed by the right-wing of the Tory party” to “make a stand”.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie last night urged Scottish colleagues on all sides of the House to “stand up, be counted” and back Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
Theresa May will today embark on the final hard sell of her Brexit deal amid ferocious opposition from all sides to her plans.
West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine MP Andrew Bowie has apologised after claiming back a £202 rail fare that was not connected to his Commons work.
Theresa May will today vow to stand firm in defending Scottish fishermen as she continues her Brexit tour of the UK to rally support for her deal.
Theresa May has challenged Jeremy Corbyn to a TV Brexit debate - but rejected calls to include representatives from other parties.
Theresa May hits back at French threats over fisheries amid warnings of ‘intolerable pressure’ in trade talks
An embattled Theresa May last night hit back at French threats to delay a future trade deal over access to UK fisheries – but was warned there will be “intolerable pressure to agree almost anything”.
Theresa May will embark on a tour of the UK today to sell her Brexit deal to the country and put pressure on MPs to back her.
Theresa May has declared access to UK fishing waters will not be traded away to EU states amid accusations her proposed Brexit deal is “another Tory sell-out” of the industry.
Theresa May last night vowed to do everything possible in the next “crucial 72 hours” to deliver her Brexit plans after negotiators secured a breakthrough on the UK-EU future relationship declaration.