The Taoiseach was speaking at a press conference alongside German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who he met in Dublin this afternoon, with Brexit top of...

MPs have once again seized control of the Parliamentary schedule to hold indicative votes on the next steps for Brexit. There were eight options for indicative...

The Met has confirmed 12 climate change activists have been arrested for outraging public decency after they stormed parliament and pressed themselves...

At least six EU-supporters in Mrs May’s Cabinet of senior ministers will resign if a no-deal Brexit gets the go-ahead, according to the Sunday Times....

Cheers erupted after Mark Francois stunned the House of Commons by dismissing the hopes of a second referendum or Article 50 revocation. Members of Parliament...

Sir Oliver Letwin, who led the highly unusual move to hold indicative votes, admitted “disappointment” at the flop but called for a second...

The Prime Minister has faced a string of Commons defeats in recent months, travelling back and forth to Brussels to negotiate a withdrawal agreement...

John Bercow launched a furious rant against Andrea Leadsom for “playing” on her phone while another colleague was speaking in the House of Commons....

MPs will vote tonight at 5pm on whether to ask the EU the permission to delay Brexit. The Article 50 extension could be short, lasting until June 30 to...

Theresa May has stopped her attempts at reopening the full Withdrawal Agreement to ensure the controversial Irish backstop is only temporary, according...

The motion asks the House to reiterate its support for the approach agreed on January 29, when the Commons backed an amendment authorising Mrs May to...

Up to 80 Tory backbenchers are threatening to refuse to back the Prime Minister in tonight’s Commons vote on a Government motion endorsing her push...

The staunch Brexiteer claimed Theresa May’s Government was “stuffed full of Remainers” as he urged the Prime Minister to opt for a...

Mr Bercow faced questions about his impartiality after defying conventions to allow a controversial vote that will force Theresa May’s hand if she...

At the first Cabinet meeting of the New Year in Downing Street, the Prime Minister told colleagues that events could “move quickly” at Westminster...

The House of Commons erupted today as Jeremy Corbyn appeared to call Theresa May a “stupid woman”. The Labour leader seemed to mouth the words following...

The Prime Minister was defending her Brexit deal with the European Union as MPs started debating the agreement before the meaningful vote on December...

But what happens if Theresa May cannot convince her Commons colleagues to endorse the plan she has thrashed out with the Brussels bloc? On Tuesday, December...

The new warning comes from Richard Whitman, a Professor of Politics and International Relations at the University of Kent. The Prime Minister faces the...

German business leaders have expressed their concerns over the vote in the Commons which is set for December 11. Andreas Krautscheid, chief executive...

John Bercow was forced to intervene as several MPs were shouting in the House of Commons while the SNP leader was trying to speak. Ian Blackford, the...

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn asked the Prime Minister if austerity was really over after Theresa May’s statement at the Conservative Party conference. Mr...

Chairwoman of the Women and Equalities Committee, Maria Miller, said Mr Bercow should “absolutely” step down after the investigation by High Court...

Mr Bercow has told friends he will stand down in June or July, according to the BBC. He had been facing increasing calls to quit after an independent...

The European Research Group Chair railed against current Brexit plans, set out by the Prime Minister’s Chequers deal, which means the UK will still...