MPs approved the EU (Withdrawal) Bill by 324 votes to 295, at a third reading, with the Government seeing off some proposed amendments.Read the full story ›
Speaking from the backbenches, the former education secretary said future MPs could "improve or undo" what is implemented.Read the full story ›
The 36-year-old hasn't attended parliament since his office said he was cutting down his activities on medical advice in DecemberRead the full story ›
ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston said lawyers are "adamant" there had been a "totally legal basis" for the government to intervene.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader criticised the government for handing out contracts to the now-defunct construction firm after a third profit warning.Read the full story ›
Prime minister Theresa May has appointed a minister for loneliness, an idea recommended by murdered MP Jo Cox.Read the full story ›
Ben Bradley, the Conservative vice chair for youth, has backtracked after saying people who can't afford children should have vasectomies.Read the full story ›
An MP has been caught dropping off in the House of Commons during a Brexit debate.
Sir Desmond Swayne is seen slipping into a snooze as his colleague Ken Clarke laid out his thoughts directly in front of him in the chamber.
The Conservative was out for nearly a minute - and caught napping on the House of Commons cameras - before suddenly snapping back awake at the cry of "The Charter of Fundamental Rights" from Mr Clarke.
Henry Bolton has told ITV News he "can't guarantee" he will still be Ukip leader in a few days as he stood by Jo Marney in a racism storm.Read the full story ›
Speaking on ITV's Peston on Sunday, the Labour leader also admitted he did not mind that Donald Trump would not be coming to Britain.Read the full story ›