Theresa May suffered another humiliating defeat in the Commons last night as MPs voted against her Brexit plan.
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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.
The Dutch foreign minister has said another outcome to the Withdrawal Agreement is “not realistic” during a visit to the Irish border.
The Sinn Fein leader says that looking at how Scotland’s MPs are treated in Westminster affirms her belief in abstentionism.
An MP who was wheeled into the Commons to vote on Theresa’s May’s Brexit deal after postponing a Caesarean section has welcomed plans to allow new parents to nominate other members to vote on their behalf.
MPs could have repeated votes on Theresa May’s Brexit deal, according to Scottish Secretary David Mundell, who described Tuesday’s Commons crunch as “an initial vote”.
MPs will gather later for a vote on Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement, after more than two years of talks with the EU and months of parliamentary and intra-party wrangling on both sides of the Commons.
The House of Commons could be brought into “disrepute” over the “disgraceful” way a damning report into bullying and harassment in Westminster is being taken forward, a former Cabinet minister has warned.
Jean-Claude Juncker has called on the United Kingdom to “get your act together” over Brexit, branding some Britons “entirely unreasonable” for expecting Brussels to put forward a solution.
Scotland’s Deputy First Minister is holding weekly resilience meetings to prepare for a no-deal Brexit.
Rumours are swirling around Westminster of a leadership coup against Theresa May with Owen Paterson the latest MP to say he has written to 1922 Committee chairman Sir Graham Brady.
Ministers will seek to defer the vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal without seeking approval of MPs, despite a warning from the Speaker that this would be “deeply discourteous”.
Ministers could use one of three methods to delay the meaningful vote, Commons officials have confirmed.
Theresa May could be forced to stand down as Prime Minister if her Brexit deal is defeated in the Commons next week, a Tory former leader has warned.
A no-deal Brexit could lead to six months of chaos on key cross-Channel routes, according to the latest Government assessment.
The Brexit deal obtained from Brussels by Theresa May is similar to the conditions that might be imposed on the defeated side in a war, Boris Johnson has said.
Theresa May will deploy ministers to sell her Brexit deal around the UK on Friday after Tory backbenchers handed her a possible lifeline to get it through Parliament.
Theresa May has been given a glimmer of hope over the Brexit deal vote after a group of Tory backbenchers tabled an amendment that would give MPs some control over the controversial Northern Ireland border backstop.
Prime Minister Theresa May has signalled that MPs could be given the power to decide whether the UK goes into a controversial Brexit backstop arrangement regarding the Northern Irish border.
Theresa May has been given a stark warning that her premiership could be ended if she ploughs ahead with her Brexit deal.
Tory resistance to Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been bolstered after Eurosceptics were warned that if the agreement goes through it could bring down the Government.
Legal advice provided to the Cabinet on Theresa May’s Brexit deal has warned it could result in the UK becoming stuck for many years in “protracted and repeating rounds of negotiations” with no lawful power to exit.
Theresa May’s Brexit deal will face fresh scrutiny when the Cabinet’s full legal advice is published, following one of the most punishing days in the Commons for a sitting Government in recent memory.
The first of five days of debate on Theresa May’s Brexit deal took place on Tuesday, as the Prime Minister battled to save her plan.
Theresa May is battling to keep her Brexit agenda on track as MPs are again set to clash over the Prime Minister’s EU withdrawal plan after inflicting major defeats on the Government.
The people of Northern Ireland “want the Government to get on with it” and deliver the best EU deal for them, the Secretary of State has said.
A Labour MP has revealed he is HIV positive in an emotional speech to the House of Commons.
Labour has dropped an investigation into one of its own MPs over alleged abusive behaviour during the party’s anti-Semitism crisis.
An Inverness suffragette who led the way in the women’s rights movement is being recognised by UK parliament as they mark the 100th anniversary of the first women getting the vote.
A north MP wants to find out more about the unknown number of mothers and children who died in an explosion while aboard a Royal Navy cruiser in the Cromarty Firth in 1915.
A senior UK Government minister has apologised to those who have come forward amid the Commons harassment scandal, vowing not to stop until she rids Westminster of its “dark side”.