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.
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Donald Tusk has expressed EU solidarity with Ireland amid Brexit talks in Dublin.
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.
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.
A north-east MP being investigated by his party over allegations of "sexual touching" in a House of Commons bar has said it would be "inappropriate" to comment at this stage.
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.
A new law making it harder for children to buy knives online will save lives, an MP has said.
The leader of the House of Commons today promised: “Aberdeen and the north-east will benefit from Brexit” – despite more people from the area voting against the move.
A north-east mum fined for growing cannabis to help with the side-effects of cancer treatment today spoke of her delight at the overhaul of laws surrounding its medicinal use.
A senior UK Government representative has said there can be “no excuses” for administration problems after a city resident had a visa application snubbed.
Transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner has hit back at critics who have questioned her suitability as a voice for the transgender community.
Katie Price told MPs that online abuse should be made a specific offence following social media attacks against her son.
Katie Price will appear before MPs to give evidence about online abuse after her petition demanding the Government take action against internet trolls garnered more than 220,000 signatures.