Chancellor Philip Hammond could join Prime Minister Theresa May as the “king and queen of Brexit”, Tory MP Peter Bone has told the Commons.
Jeremy Corbyn has called on the Prime Minister to apologise for breaking her “promise” on ending austerity in the Budget.
Jeremy Corbyn accused Theresa May of “not being straight with the public” over her pledge to end austerity as he demanded extra police and nurses.
The prime minister has been urged to take action to tackle the “unfair” delivery charges facing people living in the Highlands and Islands.
Theresa May has insisted her Chequers proposals are not “dead”, as she faced accusations her Government is “too weak and too divided” to ensure there is no hard border in Northern Ireland.
Theresa May has told MPs that complaints of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party have been “investigated and appropriate action has been taken”.
Jeremy Corbyn warned Theresa May her claims of ending austerity will be a “great big Conservative con” if she fails to boost public sector spending in the Budget.
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Theresa May of “pouring petrol” on society’s burning injustices with the Government’s flagship welfare reforms.
The SNP’s Westminster leader, Ian Blackford, has said Donald Trump’s visit to the UK should be cancelled, following outrage over children being caged on the border between the USA and Mexico.
SNP membership surged by 5,085 after the party’s dramatic mass walkout from Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday after Westminster leader Ian Blackford was ejected by the Speaker.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford led his MPs from the House of Commons chamber in protest during PMQs.
A call for RBS chief executive Ross McEwan to be summoned to No 10 and ordered to rethink bank closures has been made at Prime Minister's Questions.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has implored Theresa May to “shake the magic money tree” for women affected by accelerated increases to their state pension age.
An MP received medical attention this afternoon after collapsing in the Westminster tearoom during Prime Minister's Questions.
Theresa May has refused to rule out a peerage for Nigel Farage - fuelling speculation the UK Government could bring him on board.
Theresa May has refused to be drawn on whether missiles manufactured in the UK and sold to Saudi Arabia have been responsible for civilian deaths in Yemen.
Theresa May has declared her Government will not take decisions about Brexit "until we are ready" or "reveal our hand prematurely".
SNP MP Angus Robertson called on David Cameron to commission an urgent, independent inquiry into the treatment of asylum seekers after reports of inhumane treatment.
Speaking in the House of Commons the Prime Minister announced plans to visit Aberdeen tomorrow (January 28). The Conservative MP for Waveney, Peter Aldous, was first to ask David Cameron a question, seeking assurances that the government will do all it can to support the north sea oil industry. Read the article on Energy Voice.