Brexit trade bill will be ‘rushed through’ Parliament if eleventh-hour deal with EU is agreed 21/11/2020
Ministers discussed having weekend sittings in the Lords to ensure the deal can be passed by the end of the month.
PM risks major confrontation with Joe Biden by persevering with internal market bill.
Lord Falconer issues warning as House of Lords prepares to vote on internal market bill.
PM on collision course with Joe Biden and EU if he pushes ahead with "lamentable" proposals.
‘How can we reproach other countries if their behaviour becomes reprehensible when we ourselves have such scant regard for the treaties we sign up to’, former Tory leader says
Government accused by peers of acting like a ‘third world dictatorship’ over Internal Market Bill 09/11/2020
Downing Street says it is prepared to overturn any changes to the legislation.
Labour's Lord Falconer tells HuffPost UK internal market bill could cost Britain a "terrible price" with peers set to defeat government.
Dominic Raab refuses to say if law-breaking Northern Ireland measures will be dropped to smooth relations with Biden 08/11/2020
President-elect says peace in Northern Ireland must not be casualty of Brexit.
Joe Biden has warned PM if elected he will not sign trade deal unless certain clauses removed.
Peers warn of 'serious concerns' about supply of prescription medicines to Northern Ireland 28/10/2020
Peers have told ministers they have "serious concerns" about the supply of prescription drugs to Northern Ireland after the Brexit transition period ends in just two months.
Peers will launch bid to block legislation until it’s been approved by Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
‘The damage is to our standing in the world,’ says former chief justice Igor Judge.
Peers back by huge margin amendment saying Bill would ‘undermine the rule of law’.
Conservative Baroness Couttie said there is a lack of evidence to back up the government's claim that the EU is acting in bad faith.
British government suffers House of Lords defeat over Brexit deal breaking international law 20/10/2020
Peers have backed a "regret" amendment by a majority of 226, condemning the contentious provisions and warning they "would undermine the rule of law and damage the reputation of the United Kingdom".
Internal Market Bill: UK’s five most senior bishops say Brexit legislation will fracture the country 19/10/2020
The legislation begins its passage through the House of Lords on Monday and is likely to be heavily amended.
Government Suffers Fourth Defeat On Post-Brexit Child Refugees' Rights – But Still Won't Budge 21/10/2020
"The only winners if we remove legal routes to safety for refugee children trying to reach family here are the criminals and the traffickers," says Lord Dubs.
Peers inflict heaviest defeat for more than 20 years over bill that will break international law 20/10/2020
Warning that legislation ‘would undermine rule of law and damage reputation of UK’ passes with thumping majority of 226.
Boris Johnson urged by Board of Deputies of British Jews to support post-Brexit safeguard for child refugees 20/10/2020
MPs are expected to vote on Lord Dubs’s amendment to government’s flagship post-Brexit immigration bill on Monday
Archbishops warn bill could ‘further undermine trust and goodwill’ among home nations.
"Families should be together," says Lord Dubs, who fled the Nazis as a child and led peers' immigration bill revolt.
The U.K.’s most senior Anglican bishops have warned that legislation breaching part of the Brexit divorce agreement the government signed with the European Union will set a “disastrous precedent” and could undermine peace in Northern Ireland.
Longest-serving supreme court justice says healthy democracy requires checks on ministers.
Fisheries bill amendments on sustainable quotas and banning of supertrawlers defeated.
MPs battle to write food standards into law to stop Government letting low-quality goods into UK 11/10/2020
The House of Commons is debating whether to accept Lords amendments to the Agriculture Bill