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‘If we have a populist in government who is flouting convention and acting in a way that bypasses the sovereignty of parliament, parliament will respond accordingly’
Rebel MPs are working on a plan to thwart Boris Johnson pursuing a no-deal Brexit on 31 October that involves forcing parliament to sit through the autumn recess, amid growing outrage about the power and influence of his controversial aide, Dominic Cummings.
The Lib Dem leadership hopeful surprisingly suggested Labour leadership for what comes after no-deal Brexit.
Opposition day debate picked for motion backed by SNP, Lib Dems, Greens and a Tory MP.
Ex-minister Nick Boles says cross-party group which forced Theresa May to delay Brexit have a new plan.
Home affairs select committee urges government to change rules of EU settlement scheme. / The government has been urged by MPs to urgently change its policy on EU citizens in the country if it is to avert a “Windrush-style catastrophe” in the years after Brexit.
Government fails to block draft law from Yvette Cooper and Sir Oliver Letwin.
'For the sake of jobs, public services and our national security we need to avert no deal,' says Yvette Cooper.
The bill will now be voted on again at 10pm when it will become clear whether MPs want to make a no-deal Brexit illegal.
Yvette Cooper and Sir Oliver Letwin plan to force PM to seek Article 50 extension by early next week.
The Government faced Cabinet rebellions and ministerial resignations after changing its mind last minute on a no deal motion.
'She gave me her word, she gave parliament her word – I don’t believe the prime minister would straight-up lie on something so important as this'
‘You could have quite a lot of children who could pass the deadline for the settlement scheme, be completely unaware of their rights – and to lose their rights’.
Labour's Yvette Cooper teams up with Tory Oliver Letwin.
Business group warns that companies are getting ready to shift operations abroad.
A leaked presentation, obtained by Sky News, warns of the impact of 'no-deal' on UK passengers travelling to and from Europe.
First time Labour leader has formally demanded Commons should get option of 'legislation' on People's Vote.
Theresa May has suffered a fresh Commons defeat after MPs passed a motion to make it harder for ministers to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Today, the Prime Minister triggered Article 50. As she did so, with no warning she launched a veiled threat to Europe over security cooperation. Two hours later the Home Secretary made it worse - threatening to withhold security information from Europe if we don't get the deal we need.