'I have been blown away by the children,' says PM after pupils give demonstration of Lego robot
‘I haven’t lost a close personal friend, I’ve lost someone who I know,’ Mr Nuttall said in an interview on Tuesday. ‘I haven’t put that out, that is wrong’
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell and shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott are among the senior Labour figures to appear at the events in marginal constituents
The Government is refusing to reveal the exact date it will trigger the EU exit clause
The PM was asked by Labour's Angela Eagle to publish an analysis of leaving the EU without a free trade deal
'I’ve been having a long, hard think, like lots of MPs, and I’ll make a decision later today. And you’ll all get to hear about it'
'But allow me to say I’ve spent the last 30 years campaigning against prejudice and discrimination, particularly for the rights of LGBT people and those with HIV' said Lord Fowler
The Labour leader will now be preparing for yet another difficult week ahead in the Commons when the bill reaches the end of its third reading
'Iran seeks to annihilate Israel, it seeks to conquer the Middle East, it threatens Europe, it threatens the West, it threatens the world. And it offers provocation after provocation,' said the Israeli Prime Minister
'I don’t want Paul Nuttall to be in politics – I do not want the politics of Trump in Westminster. Once they have one voice, they have a base and it will be a domino effect'
Mr Corbyn also refused to say whether rebellious MPs would lose their roles on the frontbench
Gavin Barwell, the housing minister, acknowledged the proposals would represent a ‘change in tone’ from previous Conservative policy and Margaret Thatcher’s ‘home-owning democracy’
Her comments come as Labour braces itself for a fresh rebellion this week as MPs vote again on Article 50 – the mechanism for triggering the Brexit negotiations
The Shadow Chancellor made the announcement at the first of Labour’s regional economic conferences in Liverpool
It comes after reports the Labour leader’s team had informal discussions with the Lib Dems to avoid the possibility of Paul Nuttall, the Ukip leader, gaining ground in the election
Prime Minister’s meeting comes as the Maltese leader repeated his claim that Britain’s post-Brexit deal must be ‘inferior’ to full membership of the union