Brexit: 'Mother of parliaments shut down by father of lies', QC tells court in jibe at Boris Johnson – as it happened
• The supreme court has been told that it is “untenable” to argue that Boris Johnson suspended parliament for five weeks to “stymie” MPs who might want to obstruct Brexit. This was the ruling made by Scottish
Labour has promised to look again at clause IV of its constitution, which sets out the aims and values of the party, leading to speculation it could revert to its pre-Tony Blair commitment to socialism.
Group including Eddie Izzard and Gary Lineker backs new guide for victims of online abuse Actors, television personalities and politicians are calling on their colleagues to stop giving fuel to online
Those arguing for a people’s vote must address the legitimate concerns revealed by the Brexit result. Here’s how The dramatic events of last week have significantly increased the possibility of a “people’s
Jeremy Corbyn is a “total disaster” on Europe, Alan Johnson has said adding that “practically anyone” would be a better Labour leader. The former home secretary launched a blistering attack on his party’s