For months headbangers in the European Research Group have threatened the prime minister.
Is this the end? Was that Theresa May’s last prime minister’s questions?
Theresa May has vowed to battle on “with everything I have got” as she faces a leadership challenge sparked by her chaotic Brexit.
With her tail firmly between her legs, Theresa May is to go back to the European Union in a bid to renegotiate her Brexit plan.
In the face of a devastating defeat the government has pulled the meaningful vote leaving Brexit in chaos.
Cabinet minister Liz Truss has been accused of being loose lipped in a busy London restaurant.
Labour’s shadow Brexit secretary has said a second referendum would be “far better than this deal”.
The prime minister has been warned she faces a “historic constitutional row” unless the government reveals the legal advice on Brexit.
A Remainer who is pushing through Brexit versus a eurosceptic whose party desperately wants to stay in the EU – these are very strange times.
A poll printed in the Daily Mail – once the bible for Brexit ultras – has revealed most Britons now back a new referendum.
After a hammering in the Commons, Theresa May’s deal was dealt another blow form across the pond.
A Remain MP who abstained on triggering Article 50 now backs a People’s Vote over Theresa May’s deal.
The next two weeks will come to define Britain’s future.
Theresa May might have got her Brexit agreement passed the EU27 but there seems little chance of her having the numbers to get it through parliament.
Theresa May’s letter pleading with the country to get behind her Brexit deal was met with a furious response from many.
By hook and probably by crook, Theresa May has finally secured a deal with the European Union.
Before jetting off to Brussels to face Jean-Claude Juncker, the prime minister had to take on Jeremy Corbyn.
A prominent Conservative MP has called for a second referendum or a general election if a Withdrawal Agreement cannot be struck with the EU.
Labour could attempt to bring down the government in a desperate bid to foil a no-deal Brexit, Sir Keir Starmer has warned.
The Northern Ireland secretary has sent a clear message to those pushing for a no-deal Brexit: “There would have to be a hard border.”
The European Union is set to tempt the government into extending the Brexit transition period in a bid to break the current stalemate.
Even with the government teetering on the edge over Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn has refused to back a People’s Vote.
The prime minister is facing the biggest crisis of her premiership as several minsters walked out over the Brexit deal.
Work and Pensions secretary Esther McVey has quit government, saying the Brexit deal “does not honour the result of the referendum”.
Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has sensationally quit government saying he can’t back the deal he helped create.
Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of the meaningful vote. Here is a list of the events organised across the UK in the coming weeks.