John Bercow fought back tears as he paid tribute to family and former staff during his final prime minister's questions as Speaker.
MPs backed Boris Johnson's plan for a pre-Christmas general election last night. Here's what you need to know.
SNP leaders have been accused of a "tragic comedy of missteps" over their decision to support Boris Johnson's general election offer.
The UK is on course for a December general election after MPs voted overwhelmingly in favour of a pre-Christmas poll following months of Brexit deadlock.
Legislation for an early general election on December 12 has cleared the Commons after MPs voted in favour by 438 to 20, majority 418.
Brexit will be delayed until the end of January next year unless Parliament can ratify Boris Johnson's deal before Christmas.
Boris Johnson will ask MPs for a fourth time today to back a general election before Christmas.
The Government has failed to force a snap general election as MPs voted 299 to 70 in favour of the motion – short of the required two-thirds Commons majority.
Mobile phone firms and the UK government have agreed a £1 billion plan to banish so-called "not-spots", areas of poor network coverage in rural areas.
Scottish fishermen have been warned that they will have to comply with "more bureaucracy" after Brexit in order to satisfy European Union food laws.
Boris Johnson told Jeremy Corbyn to "man up" and back his plans for a pre-Christmas general election last night, as the SNP signalled they would now support the move.
Boris Johnson has challenged opposition MPs to back a pre-Christmas general election to break the Brexit deadlock.
Labour have been widely mocked after a senior aide said Jeremy Corbyn "loves to go on the train" to Orkney.
Bank bosses have been condemned by an influential Commons committee after customers were told they could no longer withdraw cash from post offices.
Boris Johnson could call a Christmas general election if European leaders agree to push the Brexit date back to January.
The surge in NHS Grampian tranquilliser-related hospital admissions is part of a “highly disturbing” trend in the fake drugs black market, a UK Government minister has said.
Scottish fishing industry in danger of being ‘left behind’ due to delay in roll-out of £16 million investment
The Scottish fishing industry is in danger of being "left behind" the rest of the UK due to delays in the roll-out of a £16 million investment fund, it was claimed yesterday.
Boris Johnson has been criticised for suggesting the Scottish Parliament has "no role" in approving his Brexit agreement.
Nicola Sturgeon has revealed SNP MPs will back moves to hold a general election in the run up to Christmas, if the European Union grants a lengthy delay to Brexit.
Boris Johnson's pledge to take the UK out of the EU "do or die" by October 31 was in tatters last night after MPs rejected his attempt to fast track a Brexit deal through Parliament.
What happened in the House of Commons last night? Boris Johnson put his renegotiated Brexit deal before MPs in the form of a piece of legislation called the Withdrawal Agreement Bill (WAB).
Scottish Government ministers will advise MSPs to refuse consent for Boris Johnson's Brexit agreement.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to the European Union to request a lengthy Brexit delay so a second referendum on the UK's membership can be held.
Boris Johnson will bring his Brexit plan before MPs today in the form of a piece of legislation called the Withdrawal Agreement Bill, or WAB as it is known in Westminster.
Michael Gove has claimed the refusal of the SNP to back Boris Johnson's Brexit Bill is evidence the party want the UK leave the EU without a deal.
Boris Johnson will launch a last-ditch attempt to deliver on his pledge to "get Brexit done" by October 31 today.
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Boris Johnson's hopes of getting Commons backing for his Brexit deal have hit a major stumbling block after MPs voted for an amendment which could force him to seek another delay.
MPs face one of the UK's most crucial decisions in decades today as they vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal.
Nicola Sturgeon warned Labour MPs not to become the "handmaidens of Boris Johnson's Brexit" ahead of today's crunch vote on the prime minister's deal.
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Boris Johnson's Brexit deal will arrive in the House of Commons this morning for what has been dubbed "Super Saturday".