Nicola Sturgeon called on Boris Johnson to ‘respect democracy’ and allow a second Scottish referendum of independence to be put to the people.
Senior Conservative cabinet member Michael Gove ruled out holding another referendum on Scottish independence despite the SNP increasing the number of seats in the House of Commons.
A former Labour minister said Jeremy Corbyn had not taken enough responsibility for the party’s defeat and called on party members to elect a new leader who hadn’t had a hand in the party’s Brexit campaign.
Joint acting Liberal Democrats leader Sir Ed Davey said the party had to focus on ensuring they learned the lessons from the general election before moving forwards and electing a new leader.
MP Jo Swinson denied suggestions from Andrew Marr on his BBC show that she would be tempted to switch to a more secure seat to ensure she is re-elected.
MP James Cleverly has labelled the Liberal Democrats bid to give Boris Johnson his pre-Christmas election a “gimmick”.
Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbot claims the threat of a no-deal exit from the EU and a “Trump Brexit” means Labour cannot yet support a general election.
MP Chuka Umunna has said a People’s Vote is “highly unlikely” under the current government.
Former chancellor Philip Hammond is calling on the government to grow up and “stop throwing tantrums” over its Brexit agenda.
Jeremy Hunt has claimed it is still possible to negotiate a new deal with the European Union that would solve the issue of the Irish border backstop.
Rory Stewart called out Tory favourite Boris Johnson for not answering “brutal questions” of how he plans to deliver Brexit.
Tory leadership hopeful Dominc Raab has warned the party could be in trouble in the next election if it fails to deliver Brexit by the October 31 deadline.
The idea that a new Conservative prime minister could suspend parliament to allow for a no-deal Brexit has been labelled as “scandalous” by a senior Labour MP.
The leader of UKIP said his position will be “untenable” if he loses his seat as an MEP in the European elections on Thursday.
Discussions around free movement would form part of Labour’s negotiations with the European Union after Brexit, said Jeremy Corbyn.
A minister has expressed his frustration with the Conservative leadership contest and with colleagues who he believes are changing their views in order to “raise their profile”.
Anti-Brexit campaigner David Lammy has doubled down on his statement comparing members of the European Research Group (ERG) to Nazis.
The chief executive of Co-op is calling on the government for more certainty about leaving the EU as food prices start to rise.
Iain Duncan Smith has said delaying Brexit would be a “political death” for the Tories as polls show the Conservatives could lose 60 seats at the next election.
Michael Gove admitted that there is a risk food prices will increase after Brexit and that leaving the European Union without a deal could lead to additional costs on food production.
Labour’s deputy leader has said that the party is moving in the direction of calling for a second referendum.
Chuka Umunna said that the failure of the Labour Party to do something about anti-Semitism and bullying made his position as a member “untenable”.
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