The SDLP and Fianna Fail have issued a joint statement urging pro-remain parties across Ireland to form an alliance.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told the Irish parliament that the UK Conservative government’s reliance on DUP votes “creates a problem” in restoring a government in Northern Ireland.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said anyone hoping that EU solidarity with Ireland will falter on the Brexit border backstop is “in for a nasty surprise”.
A parliamentary investigation into a north-east MP accused of engaging in "sexual touching" at an exclusive Westminster bar has been dropped, it can be revealed.
A secret nuclear bunker under Whitehall could delay a restoration project on the parliamentary estate, MPs have warned.
The 143rd annual Westminster Kennel Club dog show is taking place in Manhattan, New York City, and social media users have fallen in love with the very talented dogs.
“What’s she been in?”
Senior Tory figures have criticised a north-east MP after he was caught up in a police incident at an exclusive Westminster bar.
Aberdeen South MP Ross Thomson escorted out of Westminster bar following report of ‘sexual touching’
North-east Conservative MP Ross Thomson was escorted out of a Westminster bar after police were called to investigate reports of "sexual touching".
“Whose phone is this?” the support worker asks.
The Sinn Fein leader says that looking at how Scotland’s MPs are treated in Westminster affirms her belief in abstentionism.
Theresa May has said she will be “battling for Britain” when she returns to Brussels to seek a “pragmatic” Brexit deal that can win over both the European Union and her own MPs.
Jamie Stone has hit out at the UK Government over its EU settlement scheme, claiming it could result in hundreds of miles of travelling for those in Highlands.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has signalled that he may be willing to accept a short delay to Brexit if it is required to finalise legislation around a deal.
Theresa May yesterday told the SNP to empower local government instead of “hoarding power” at Holyrood after Moray Council cuts were raised at Prime Minister’s Questions.
Being glad to have some of it all, some of the time: why the supermum model is an unwelcome pressure
“Don’t you miss it?” one of the mums asks.
Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney says the EU is no “no mood” to change the Withdrawal Agreement significantly after Theresa May’s defeat in Westminster on Tuesday.
“How old are you?” the woman barks at us.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said that he still hopeful for a deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.
A man has been arrested on suspicion of a public order offence relating to an incident involving MP Anna Soubry that took place in Westminster on Monday.
Theresa May has condemned threats of violence and intimidation against MPs and journalists after a series of verbal attacks outside Parliament.
More than 50 MPs have written to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner to express their “serious concerns” about the “deteriorating public order and security situation” outside Parliament.
Police are investigating whether any criminal offence was committed when an MP was branded a “Nazi” by Brexit protesters outside Parliament.
Tory MP Anna Soubry has hit out at Brexit protesters after being called a “Nazi” by a mob outside Parliament.
A homeless man was found dying outside the entrance to the Houses of Parliament.
The Press and Journal’s long-time Parliamentary Lobby Correspondent David Perry has died after a very short illness.
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.
Theresa May has called off tomorrow night’s crunch Commons vote on her Brexit deal in the face of almost certain defeat.
Some of the most marginalised people in society are being worst hit by a combination of tax, spending and local services cuts, a study has suggested.
On my first day back after maternity leave, my greatest achievement was probably buying a suffragette bath duck from the Commons shop as a gift for my daughter.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has revealed she is willing to work with Remainer Conservatives as part of a Commons coalition to stop Theresa May’s Brexit plans and prevent the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal.
An anti-Brexit protester stole the show on the BBC News channel on Wednesday morning, making every effort to distract from a serious interview on Britain’s departure from the EU.