Brexit rebels failed in their bid to force the government’s hand over a ‘meaningful vote’ but it took another last-gasp deal to avoid humiliation for Theresa May.
Wearing Thatcher blue, a defiant Theresa May looked steely and confident as she walked into the Commons amid cheers from her MPs.
Rebel leader Dominic Grieve has heaped more pressure on the prime minister as she attempts to avoid a potentially devastating Commons defeat.
Before the SNP took their bat and ball home there was another school yard spat in the House of Commons.
In the end it was another fudge, another desperate bid to avoid a spat with either Tory Leavers or Remainers.
A last-gasp government concession to Tory rebels has avoided an embarrassing defeat in the House of Commons.
Millionaire Brexiteer Arron Banks walked out of a committee hearing into fake news claiming he did not want to be late for lunch.
Justice minister Phillip Lee has quit to fight the government’s Brexit policy.
Theresa May faces a crunch 48 hours in the House of Commons.
The self-proclaimed ‘bad boy of Brexit’ Arron Banks has been accused of conducting a series of meetings with Russian officials.
Boris Johnson has stoked the Brexit fire within the cabinet delivering an extraordinary attack on the chancellor.
They call it “prime minister’s question time” – which suggests the premier really should answer some.
Next Tuesday there will be an almighty Brexit showdown in the House of Commons.
Keir Starmer has warned Theresa May Labour will vote against her final deal in October if his six tests are not met.
Britain will “cripple” its reputation as a free-trading nation if it quits Europe’s economic area and customs union.
Labour have launched a bid to strike a “new single market” with the EU in an apparent lurch towards a softer Brexit.
Cramming in the debate and votes on the peers’ amendments is shameful.
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Brexit negotiations remain mired in stalemate with Brussels amid EU briefings slamming the government’s confused plans over the customs union.
Hard Brexit agitator Jacob Rees-Mogg has demanded Theresa May takes a tougher line with Brussels – but denied he is launching a coup to become prime minister.
This week the team investigate the latest madness from the Daily Mail, the rights of Irish citizens and the looming Brexit Bill showdown.
A senior European Union official has brutally branded the UK’s approach to Brexit as a ‘fantasy’.
The UK may have to stay in the customs union beyond 2020 because of the government’s abject failure to arrange any alternatives.
Corbyn has enjoyed two strong PMQs in a row and both kicked off with zingers – sadly not this week.
A fresh cabinet row has erupted after Michael Gove wrote to colleagues blaming the Treasury for a government defeat in the House of Lords.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.