Hundreds of peers could have their Easter break cut and have to work on Saturdays in a bid to deliver Brexit.
Tory chairman Brandon Lewis has been challenged as to whether he misled anti-racism campaigners over the number of Islamophobia complaints being handled by the party.
Jeremy Corbyn is to convene cross-party talks in parliament, in what the Labour leader claims is an effort to “find a consensus on Brexit”.
Police forces will get an extra £100m to fight the knife crime “epidemic”, the chancellor has announced.
Boris Johnson is facing calls to apologise for saying money spent investigating historic child sex abuse was being “spaffed up the wall”.
Britain would slash tariffs on the vast majority of goods entering the country in a no-deal scenario, the government has confirmed.
MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal for the second time in three months – so, what happens now?
A no-deal Brexit has been rejected completely by MPs in a fresh Commons defeat for the government.
More than half of Britons think Theresa May’s new Brexit deal has not improved on the previous one which was rejected by parliament.
The “genie is out of the bottle” and televised debates should become a regular fixture of election campaigns, MPs have heard.
The government is failing to address “routine and sometimes relentless” sexual harassment in public places, MPs have warned.
Theresa May has been told to reprimand MPs who used “violent” language to describe attempts to remove her from office.
Downing Street has condemned “abhorrent” racial abuse after a Ryanair passenger was filmed berating a black woman sitting next to him.
Theresa May will tell MPs “95%” of the UK’s divorce deal with the EU has been agreed.
One of the “hit squad” said to be involved in Jamal Khashoggi’s death apparently changed into the journalist’s clothes as part of a decoy attempt.
Saudi Arabia’s king and crown prince have called Jamal Khashoggi’s son to offer their condolences for his death, according to Saudi media.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to investigate suicide rates among veterans of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The UK is open to extending the Brexit transition period in a bid to break the impasse in the negotiations.
Prime Minister Theresa May has been told that she has just 72 hours to save her job.
Brexit supporters have reiterated their “Leave Means Leave” message at a counter-rally to the “People’s Vote” march in central London.
HMS Queen Elizabeth – the biggest warship in the British naval fleet – has sailed into New York for a week-long visit.
An Irish presidential candidate is considering dropping out of the race following criticism for comments he made about the Traveller community.
A Tory MP once tipped as a rising star looks certain to face a severe reprimand after dismissing Theresa May’s government as a “s**tshow”.
The New Zealand-born veteran Tory MP Sir Paul Beresford is a dentist by profession and still practises part-time.