The Commons was today plunged into chaos as MPs rounded on the Speaker after Jeremy Corbyn was accused of calling Theresa May a “stupid woman”.
Jeremy Corbyn has been branded a “reactionary misogynist” after appearing to call Theresa May a “stupid woman” following a fiery Commons clash.
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn went head to head - but the exchange was overshadowed by accusations he called the PM a "stupid woman".
The rollout of the controversial Universal Credit system could face further delays as the Government boosts protections for vulnerable claimants, Amber Rudd revealed today.
Sajid Javid has gone to war with Downing Street by refusing to back a Tory Party manifesto pledge to reduce net migration below 100,000.
Brexiteers' calls for a "managed no-deal" exit from the EU are "not credible", a coalition of major business groups has warned.
Ministers should delay the rollout of Universal Credit until they are sure that disabled claimants are protected from the potential impact, according to a cross-party group of MPs.
Two influential Conservative backbenchers have joined former minister Nick Boles in declaring they will quit the party if Theresa May backs a no-deal Brexit.
Opposition parties have joined forces to table a motion of no confidence in the Government - and challenged Jeremy Corbyn to back it.
A former Tory minister has said he will resign the party whip and could help to bring down the Government if Theresa May backs a no-deal Brexit.
Consumers face having to pay a deposit on bottles, cans and disposable cups under a new crackdown on waste, Michael Gove has revealed.
A Cabinet row has erupted after senior ministers lined up to condemn Penny Mordaunt's call for a "managed no-deal" exit from the European Union.
Brits will be given stark official warnings about the possible impact of a no-deal Brexit over the next few weeks, Downing Street has announced.
Furious campaigners have lashed out after it emerged a foreign embassy employee was accused of two rapes in the UK but escaped prosecution due to arcane diplomatic laws.
Labour will not table a no-confidence motion in the Government until Theresa May's Brexit deal collapses, a Shadow Cabinet member has said.
Plans to draw up guidelines for employers on how they should clamp down on sexual harassment in the workplace have been criticised by a top MP.
Theresa May's top team of senior ministers will today discuss what more needs to be done to prepare for the UK leaving the European Union without a deal.
Jeremy Corbyn has been urged to table a no-confidence vote in the Government in a move which could lead to a general election.
Emergency shelter would be provided for every rough sleeper in freezing weather under a Labour government, the party has announced.
Theresa May came within one no-confidence letter of facing a vote on her leadership last month, it has been revealed.
Jeremy Corbyn has finally tabled a motion of no confidence in Theresa May - barely two hours after apparently ditching the idea.
Jeremy Corbyn was forced to scrap plans to table a motion of no confidence in Theresa May after she announced a date for the vote on her Brexit deal.
MPs will finally vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal on the week beginning 14 January, it has been confirmed.
A second EU referendum may be the only way to break the impasse at Westminster, the chair of the Brexit Select Committee has said.
Downing Street has insisted there are "no plans" to hold a series of special Commons votes on Brexit, despite Cabinet ministers publicly calling for them.
Ministers are still not doing enough to tackle the "degrading conditions" that vulnerable asylum seekers are housed in, a powerful committee of MPs has warned.
Employers who mistreat their staff could face a £20,000 fine under new government plans to boost workers’ rights.
A second Brexit referendum would “break faith with the British people", Theresa May will warn MPs today.
A fresh Cabinet split is looming as senior ministers prepare to set out their plans for a so-called "managed no-deal" Brexit.
Tony Blair has hit back at Theresa May in a dramatic war of words between political heavyweights after she criticised his calls for a second EU referendum.
MPs should get to vote on whether they want to crash out of the EU with no Brexit deal or hold a fresh EU referendum, a Cabinet minister has suggested.
Labour will not try to topple the Government until after the Commons has delivered its verdict on the Brexit deal Theresa May clinched with Brussels, a Shadow Cabinet minister has said.
Dragging out the Brexit process is having a “detrimental effect” on wider domestic policy, a cross-party group of senior MPs has warned Theresa May.
Jeremy Corbyn could see Labour beaten by the Lib Dems in public support if his party backs the Brexit deal Theresa May clinched with Brussels, a new poll has suggested.
Sajid Javid will outline plans to slash immigration from the European Union by up to 80% once Britain leaves the bloc, it has been reported.
Theresa May has launched a stinging attack on former Prime Minister Tony Blair over his calls for a second referendum on Brexit.