The Conservative Party's hardline Brexit stance has meant the “clock is ticking” towards the break-up of the UK, former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
MPs have backed moves to legalise same-sex marriage and abortion in Northern Ireland.
Penny Mordaunt has said that Parliament will move to legalise abortion in Northern Ireland if the Government fails to act.
Sadly, history tells us that the Tories will put party ahead of country. The future of our United Kingdom relies on this precedent being broken, says Karin Smyth MP.
The prosecution of armed forces personnel for deaths during the Troubles is a complex and, at times, contentious topic. Claire Mills from the House of Commons Library explains the whats, whys and hows
Plaid Cymru’s Westminster Brexit Spokesperson Hywel Williams writes about the threat of a no-deal Brexit: “The only way we can settle this stifling issue is by taking it back to the people to decide. It’s time to acknowledge that project Brexit has failed."
The industry must be restructured to allow city regions to make their own decisions, says Greater Manchester mayor, Andy Burnham
Ministers should consider scrapping the Scotland Office and replacing it with a new department that oversees UK constitutional affairs, according to MPs.
Theresa May has been accused of throwing Northern Ireland veterans “to the wolves” as Tory MPs tore into the Government’s treatment of soldiers who served in the Troubles.
Theresa May has been accused of a "betrayal" of Northern Ireland veterans as a leaked memo suggested she personally intervened to stop ministers drawing up a new law to shield them from prosecutions.
Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt has promised fresh action to stop Armed Forces veterans from being "unfairly" pursued over historic killings.
The DUP has warned Theresa May that her Brexit plan will suffer a fresh defeat next month unless she manages to secure changes to the Northern Ireland backstop.
Penny Mordaunt has said that dealing with the treatment of Army veterans facing prosecution over their actions in Northern Ireland is a "personal priority" for her.
Outspoken Tory MP Johnny Mercer has told Theresa May he will no longer support the Government in protest at elderly veterans facing prosecutions over historic killings.
A Brexit Party candidate for the European elections has quit over a colleague's refusal to apologise for past comments on a notorious IRA bombing.
Scottish Labour's former deputy leader Anas Sarwar has claimed he was "barred" from giving evidence at a "deeply flawed" probe into allegations of Islamophobia against him.
Talks aimed at restoring devolved government in Northern Ireland are to restart in the wake of the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.
The Government must urgently address the “grave” and “systemic” breaches of women’s rights flagged up in relation to Northern Ireland's abortion laws, MPs have warned.
Theresa May has condemned the "shocking and truly senseless" killing of a 29-year-old investigative reporter in what police have called a "terrorist incident" in Derry.
The current Cabinet has shown "the worst example of ill-discipline" in the history of British politics, the Government's own chief whip has said, as he hit out at Theresa May's Brexit strategy.
Doing the rounds on angry, Leave-supporting loyalist Twitter after the latest defeat of the Prime Minister’s Withdrawal Agreement was one of those songs clubs in east Belfast have reverberated to down the years; pub singer, dodgy backing accordion and mournful lyrics, that sort of thing.
Northern Ireland’s dangerous power vacuum would only be further aggravated by the reintroduction of Direct Rule. A jointly appointed ‘facilitator’ by the British and Irish governments may help overcome this impasse, writes Alf Dubs
Endless inquiries and new legacy proposals are not helping reconciliation in Northern Ireland. The only way forward is to have all-round amnesty for Troubles-related crimes, says Lord Bew
The £150m earmarked for dealing with the legacy of the Troubles would be better spent funding the needs of those bereaved and survivors, rather than pursuing convictions, says Lord Hain