Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has cleared its final parliamentary hurdle, paving the way for the UK to leave the EU with a pact in place at the end of the month.
House of Lords
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal has overcome another hurdle after MPs overturned amendments made by defiant peers.
MPs will consider amendments to the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal after the Government was defeated five times by defiant peers.
The powers of Brussels must be transferred to the UK’s regions to stop the country breaking up after Brexit, former prime minister Gordon Brown said.
The House of Lords could be moved out of London in a bid to “reconnect” with voters, senior Tories have said.
Peers have accused Boris Johnson of attempting to reduce Parliament to “passive observers” while he negotiates a trade deal with the European Union.
Peers have been told to listen to the will of the country and back legislation paving the way for Brexit on January 31 after MPs voted overwhelmingly to pass the measure.
Peers have been told to listen to the will of the country and back legislation paving the way for the UK to leave the European Union on January 31.
Legislation to trigger a pre-Christmas general election is heading for the statute book after clearing the House of Lords.
A north-east search and rescue dog is to be honoured with a special award at the House of Lords.
Technology companies are “failing” to regulate themselves, a new report by a House of Lords committee says.
A new law to tackle violence against women is expected to be sent to the Queen for Royal Assent.