Labour must back a second Brexit referendum in order to respond to the electoral challenge posed by Nigel Farage, the party’s deputy leader Tom Watson said.
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Tory councillors are revolting against Theresa May over her handling of Brexit, with 40% prepared to vote for Nigel Farage’s rival party at the European elections.
Any kind of Brexit will have “negative consequences” which will be worse for Britain than the EU and be entirely the UK’s responsibility, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said.
Families who lost their homes in the Grenfell Tower fire nearly two years ago are still living in temporary accommodation, the Government has said.
Boris Johnson breached House of Commons rules by failing to declare a financial interest within the required time limit, the Commons Standards Committee has found.
Talks between the Government and Labour to break the Brexit logjam have been “productive” and will continue on Friday, Downing Street said.
Water pouring into the House of Commons forced an abandonment of the sitting, prompting calls for a leak inquiry.
MPs were sent home more than two hours early this afternoon because of a leak from the roof of the House of Commons.
The House of Commons sitting was suspended after water came pouring into the chamber, prompting calls for a leak inquiry.
Backbench Labour MPs have issued a warning to Jeremy Corbyn not to include a second Brexit referendum in any compromise deal thrashed out with Theresa May.
A backbench Bill designed to stop the UK crashing out of the EU next week has created the danger of an “accidental no-deal Brexit”, ministers have warned.
The UK faces a potentially lengthy delay to Brexit, Philip Hammond said as he indicated the Tories could be prepared to compromise on a customs union.
Soldiers pictured shooting at an image of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn carried out a “shameful act which destroys the reputation of the British Army”, an MP has said.
Theresa May is expected to meet Jeremy Corbyn for talks in an attempt to “break the logjam” over Brexit, prompting fury among Eurosceptic Tories.
Sinn Fein taking its Westminster seats would heighten the political temperature, according to the party leader.
Musicians, comedians and social media users have been attempting to lighten the mood around Brexit with music, remixing moments from protests and Parliament into new compositions as the process drags on.
An MP said she was appealing to the “heavens” in the chamber during Wednesday’s Brexit debate in an attempt to stop a Brexiteer from talking.
Commons caterers have been raising eyebrows at the choice of dessert being served as MPs debate the future of Brexit.
Theresa May is facing a backlash from MPs as she heads to Brussels to appeal to EU leaders to grant her a delay to Brexit, amid warnings of “extreme unpredictability” if the impasse is not resolved.
Donald Tusk has expressed EU solidarity with Ireland amid Brexit talks in Dublin.
Theresa May's Brexit deal was pronounced "dead" last night after Commons Speaker John Bercow invoked a 400-year-old parliamentary rule to block a further vote.
It has been an historic three days in the House of Commons.
Theresa May has claimed she still understands the voice of the country on Brexit despite losing her own.
The House of Commons listened in silence as an MP read out the names of some 130 women killed by men in the last year.
DUP MP Sammy Wilson has accused Northern Ireland’s top civil servant of having a political motive for warning against a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May's Brexit deal could come back before MPs as early as next week, a senior cabinet minister has suggested.
MPs received a surprise in the House of Commons on Tuesday when Theresa May quoted a catchphrase from a car insurance advert to explain the options on Brexit.
Theresa May is under mounting pressure from Cabinet ministers and junior colleagues to signal that she will not take the UK out of the European Union without a deal on March 29.
The Labour Party has announced it will back a second referendum to prevent a “damaging Tory Brexit” if its withdrawal plan is rejected by MPs this week.
Theresa May suffered another humiliating defeat in the Commons last night as MPs voted against her Brexit plan.
A north-east Tory MP was removed from an exclusive Westminster bar by police following allegations of "sexual touching".
Ministers came under fire after the House of Commons rose more than four hours early despite Brexit uncertainty.