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Tory leadership hopeful Jeremy Hunt has claimed Angela Merkel told him the EU "would be willing to negotiate" on the Brexit deal with a new prime minister.
Boris Johnson's claim that he is a feminist has been ridiculed by Labour MP Jess Phillips.
Anna Soubry has said Chuka Umunna made a "very serious mistake" in quitting Change UK, as she spoke of her frustration at the party's split.
With Jeremy Corbyn away and Emily Thornberry apparently in exile, it was Rebecca Long-Bailey's chance in the Labour spotlight
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The divisions in the UK caused by Brexit are so "deep and pervasive" that they could take a generation to reconcile, former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned.
Gavin Williamson has described Theresa May's Brexit talks with Labour as a "grave mistake".
Tony Blair has said Labour supporters who have been put off by the party's ambiguity on Brexit should consider voting for an "unequivocal" Remain party at the European elections.
The Women's Equality Party has launched its European election campaign, dismissing claims it would split the Remain vote as "nonsense on toast".
A session in which the beautiful game took centre stage, Ian Blackford made a right royal gaffe and everyone ignored Brexit again.
Another PMQs where Brexit barely warranted a mention. Little wonder most MPs seemed to stay away.
With Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn away, their relatively competent deputies faced a subdued Commons.
The Independent Group formed by breakaway ex-Labour and Tory MPs has become a fully-fledged political party and will fight the European elections.
Here's our weekly pick of the upcoming Remain-focused campaign activities, talks and events nationwide.