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Since the summer the Liberal Democrats have picked up no fewer than seven defecting MPs. How did the defections come about, and what does their arrival mean for the future of the party and British politics? Charlotte Henry speaks to them to find out
The EU increased the pressure on the Government on Friday, saying it still had not offered an alternative to the Irish backstop.
Rebel Conservative MPs are set to tell Boris Johnson he has lost their trust in a face-to-face meeting next week.
The Metropolitan Police have opened an investigation into the leaking of official documents which led to Sir Kim Darroch resigning from his role as the UK's ambassador to the US.
Theresa May has spoken of her "frustration" at not being able to secure a Brexit deal in her final television interview as Prime Minister.
Labour would bring in a new law to tackle the “injustice” of poor nutrition among children from lower income families and do more to boost their access to fresh fruit and vegetables, the party has announced.
Rory Stewart is planning to launch a campaign organisation if Boris Johnson becomes Prime Minister, it has been reported.
Justice Secretary David Gauke has seen off a vote of no-confidence from his local party that was backed by hard Brexit campaigners.
Ed Davey believes the UK is on a dangerous path towards “extreme” politics. But, under his leadership, he says Liberal Democrats can become the natural home for pro-business, centrist politics. He talks to Charlotte Henry
Jo Swinson is going up against her friend Sir Ed Davey in the race to become the next Lib Dem leader. The former minister says her party should not be considering cutting deals with Labour or the Tories – and must aim for the top themselves. She talks to Charlotte Henry about why she would love to be prime minister
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that Labour is not yet ready to fully back a second EU referendum.
Michael Gove has admitted taking cocaine "on several occasions" but said it should not disqualify him from becoming Prime Minister.
Andrea Leadsom has insisted that she has enough backing from MPs to get into the first round of the Tory leadership contest.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has urged dishearted party members not to "shirk" the fight with the SNP and the Brexit Party in the upcoming European elections.
A dossier containing more than 100 allegations of Islamophobia and racism within the Conservative party has been revealed.
Nigel Farage branded Nicola Sturgeon's bid for an independent Scotland inside the EU as “the most dishonest political discourse anywhere in the world” as he took his European elections campaign north of the border.
Boris Johnson is leading the race to succeed Theresa May, a new poll of Conservative party members has revealed.
Michael Gove warned hardline Brexiteers to "face facts" over the lack of support for a no-deal Brexit in the House of Commons.
Matt Hancock says that the Conservatives need to "deliver from the centre ground" after Brexit, in comments likely to be seen as a bid for the party leadership.
Senior Conservatives have called for unity after the party suffered its worst local election performance in nearly 25 years.
The Government's entire no-deal Brexit operation could become overwhelmed during a “critical three-month phase”, a leaked official document has warned.
Boris Johnson reportedly reminded Theresa May of her promise to quit as Prime Minister during two meetings in Downing Street this week.
The Prime Minister’s de facto deputy David Lidington held talks with opposition leaders about holding a series of votes in Parliament on alternative Brexit plans, it has emerged.
Labour has suspended one of its top candidates for the upcoming local election after he was accused of making anti-semitic comments on social media.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has launched a bitter attack on Michael Barnier as talks between the UK and EU remained deadlocked.
Britain is "not ready to leave" the EU and must seek an extension to the Article 50 process, former Cabinet Secretary Sir Gus O'Donnell has warned.
Three former Tory Cabinet Ministers have warned Theresa May that the Irish backstop needs more than "tweaks" if her Brexit deal is to get through Parliament.
Theresa May had dinner with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Friday night - but the possibility of scrapping the Irish backstop was not on the menu.
Top Tory donors are refusing to part with their cash to back Theresa May, it has been reported.
Former MP Jim Sheridan has been reinstated to the Labour party following an investigation into claims he made anti-semitic comments on social media.
The Queen called for British people to find "common ground" over Brexit at the request of the Government, Jacob Rees-Mogg has claimed.
David Gauke became the second Cabinet minister to call for Tory MPs not to be whipped during next week's crunch Brexit votes.
Theresa May will plough on with her latest NHS reform plan next week, despite objections from the Treasury.
Tory eurosceptics have launched fresh attacks on Theresa May's Brexit deal - signalling the end of a Christmas truce which has seen them ease off on their criticism of the Prime Minister's plans.
Theresa May has held fresh talks with Jean-Claude Juncker as she tries to win enough concessions from the EU to persuade MPs to back her Brexit deal.
Theresa May has been accused of desperation after veteran Eurosceptic MP John Redwood was awarded a knighthood just days before MPs are set to vote on her proposed EU Withdrawal Agreement.