It's been 11 years in the planning, and now Berkshire's first residential hospice for poorly children has been officially opened.Read the full story ›
Tory MPs are voting on whether or not they wish Theresa May to stay on a leader of their party after a vote of no confidence in was called.Read the full story ›
Train companies, Network Rail and Transport Secretary Chris Grayling have all been blamed for the chaos in May.Read the full story ›
Stephen Lloyd, the MP for Eastbourne, has resigned the Lib Dem whip at Westminster over the party's policy on Brexit.Read the full story ›
It's been an extraordinary few days here at Parliament. But then, in these last weeks in Westminster, we've had week after week of extraordinary events.
Theresa May is leading her party into the a vote on her Brexit deal in Tuesday which only the most optimistic of her troops think she can win.
And Nigel Farage, the South East MEP who started the ball rolling on Brexit, parted company with UKIP, the party he'd led and dominated for so long.
And this week's report on railways: passengers from Kent Sussex and Surrey were subjected to the most 'appalling' treatment, with 'dangerous' overcrowding after last May's timetable changes.
To debate all this and more:-
- John Howell MP, Conservative member for Henley
- Baroness Smith, Angela Smith for Labour, from Sussex
- Lord Fox, Chris Fox from Windsor, for the Lib Dems; and
- Henry Bolton from Kent, now with 'Our Nation' the former UKIP leader
The Lib Dem MP for Eastbourne Stephen Lloyd has resigned the party whip meaning he'll now sit as an Independent MP.Read the full story ›
Mr Farage said he is uncomfortable with the direction Ukip has taken in recent months.Read the full story ›
The Prime Minister, Theresa May, was thought to be back in her Maidenhead constituency on Friday night.Read the full story ›
Defending her heavily criticised deal, the prime minister said the EU had "given in on" several key points, including the Irish border.Read the full story ›
On one of the most dramatic days in Parliament for many a year, we look at the latest Brexit deal from No 10. Theresa May warned it was this deal, no deal, or no Brexit. As the resignations from cabinet ministers and junior ministers mounted though, her deal looked increasingly beleaguered.
And the crisis in local government: what should happen when the money starts to run out? And Tracey Crouch tells us she lost her job - but some people are losing their lives ... to gambling.
On this months panel:-
- Sarah Osborne, Lib Dem councillor in East Sussex
- Naushaubah Khan, Labour councillor in Medway
- Baroness Jones of Moulsecoomb in Brighton for the Green Party; and
- Helen Whately MP, Conservative MP for Faversham & Mid-Kent
And Maria Miller, the Chair of the Women & Equalities Committee and MP for Basingstoke tells us how she wants to tackle bullying, and the culture of the Palace of Westminster needs to change.