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Alistair Burt has announced that he will stand down as an MP ahead of the next general election over “fundamental and unresolvable disagreements” with Boris Johnson over Brexit.
Sir John Major has confirmed that he intends to join a court case launched to try and stop Boris Johnson shutting down Parliament.
Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament is a "constitutional outrage" designed to stop MPs debating Brexit, John Bercow has declared.
Boris Johnson has asked the Attorney General whether Parliament can be shut down for five weeks in an apparent bid to stop MPs delaying Brexit, it has been claimed.
Sheffield Hallam MP Jared O’Mara has been arrested on suspicion of fraud, according to reports.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged Britain’s top civil servant to declare that Boris Johnson cannot force through a no-deal Brexit in the middle of a general election campaign.
Boris Johnson’s top adviser has hit back at Dominic Grieve after he branded his claims on a no-deal Brexit “arrogant” and “ignorant”.
Sir Ed Davey MP sets out his vision for the Liberal Democrat leadership draws to a close. He writes: "With me as leader the Lib Dem resurgence becomes an unstoppable surge".
Gloria De Piero has resigned from Jeremy Corbyn’s frontbench and announced she will not stand in the next election because of a “lack of tolerance" in the Labour Party.
As the Liberal Democrat leadership contest concludes Jo Swinson MP sets out her vision for the party: “This is about taking the Liberal Democrats beyond 20%. And there is no limit to my ambitions for our party”.
Britain’s economy will fall into recession and leave a £30bn black hole in the country’s finances if there is a no-deal Brexit, according to the Government’s spending watchdog.
Boris Johnson has refused to confirm if he would suspend Parliament as Prime Minister in order to force Brexit through on 31 October.
A former Labour frontbencher has admitted she is prepared to defy Jeremy Corbyn and back the UK leaving the European Union without a deal.
For all the uncertainties of the next general election, we know one thing for sure – it will bring to the end one of the most illustrious political careers of modern times. As he prepares for his swansong, Ken Clarke walks Sebastian Whale through his life story – from being part of the Cambridge mafia to his deep regret at Britain’s decision to leave the EU. And close friends and opponents share stories of the Tory grandee’s five decades in parliament
The White report makes clear once again that we in Parliament must bring about long-lasting and positive institutional change without delay, writes Andrea Leadsom
A number of leading Conservatives could find themselves on the backbenches when the new prime minister enters No 10. With MPs facing deselection threats, and as their numbers diminish in the Commons, can One Nation Conservatives fight back? Sebastian Whale speaks to David Gauke and others about the future of Tory centrists
The former office manager of Labour frontbencher Gloria de Piero has announced that he will stand against her at the next general election for the Conservative Party.
Boris Johnson has refused to commit to boosting public sector pay if he becomes Prime Minister, despite key campaign ally Matt Hancock announcing it as a policy on his behalf.
Left-wing campaign group Momentum are to send hundreds of activists to Boris Johnson’s seat in a bid to oust him at the next general election.
Theresa May and Jeremy Hunt have rounded on MPs for threatening to shut down the Government if the next Prime Minister tries to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Three years and two months since Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was detained in Iran, her husband Richard began a hunger strike in solidarity. This week Labour MP Tulip Siddiq visited her constituent, whose physical condition is deteriorating, and encouraged others to do the same.
MPs have threatened to shut down the Government if the next Prime Minister tries to ignore Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Jeremy Hunt woud need to put up taxes, slash spending or increase borrowing to pay for the "expensive" pledges he has made in his campaign to be the next Prime Minister, a major thinktank has said.
At this moment of national crisis, Parliament and Government must not be set against one another. The new PM has a duty to bring MPs back into the fold, writes Chris Bryant