It’s easy to rubbish the Lords whenever the Government wants to roll over us. But we’re an essential element in our parliamentary democracy. The whole idea of parliamentary democracy is that the government is held to account day by day and week by week, not just by occasional referendums
Ministers are told they should prepare ‘for the unlikely scenario in which no mutually satisfactory agreement can be reached’
Cabinet minister says it will take 'years and years' for Britons to fill jobs done by EU workers
You only need to take a stroll around the comment sections to see the sort of stuff chucked at Diane Abbott or Chuka Umunna or Keith Vaz. It is, frankly, sickening racism, these 'comments' – the 21st century equivalent of the Nazis' Der Sturmer
Exclusive: Brexit Department admits it has 'no estimate' of full cost of its legal battle
The Government has laid out its plans for leaving the EU, but the much-anticipated document is unlikely to appease critics. Sean O’Grady and John Rentoul decode the spin
The paper appears to have been drawn up at short notice
The Government sets out its plans for Brexit in a document before Parliament
Sources say MPs may be called to vote on the Brexit legislation as early as next week
'So I put some money on, and it's still paying my office's drinks bill'
‘It won’t go wrong, we’re very clear what we want to do. We’re very clear what we want out and it’s in everyone’s interest. Why on earth could it go wrong?’
Brexit Secretary David Davis says 'of course there will be agreements between us'
With Boris rumoured to be not reading his briefs and David Davis ever-so-slightly overestimating the strength of Britain’s bargaining position, we need those dreaded experts badly
Has there really been a decline in the quality of people going into politics since the golden age, whenever that was?
At ten past three on December 20th the Brexit Secretary's head exploded and here's why
'When we feel it is appropriate to give any indications of those details then we will do so,' says Prime Minister