Legal opinion submitted to House of Lords opens possibility Article 50 could be revocable once triggered
‘People must be able to go to court to defend the environment – this is the only way to make sure the environmental gains of the last 40 years are not lost,’ says activist group ClientEarth
The biggest mystery is how the aftermath of the referendum has led to another crisis for Labour. They’re the ones divided and resigning from positions again – how have they managed that?
'We believe we can find a way to get the Lords behind us to push the Bill back to the Commons for another go at changing it'
'Make a file now with proof of your presence,' advises chair of Lords EU committee Baroness Helena Kennedy
A committee of peers has underlined the 'deep anxiety' of EU citizens currently in the UK
A failure to do so could undermine ‘the efforts of all those who have worked so hard’ to end trouble in Northern Ireland
As the House of Lords debated abolishing by-elections for hereditary peers, one such person pointed out that 'taxi drivers' and 'people on the underground' wouldn't stand for it
A plan to strip peers of their right to veto certain laws, called statutory instruments, will be kept in reserve – in case they misbehave
A move to strip peers of their right to veto 'statutory instruments' has been abandoned, sources say - in an attempt to calm their anger over Brexit
Data protection campaigners: 'It’s deeply disappointing that a mass boycott may be the only way to put a stop to these foreign children lists'
George Kerevan asked if May could 'confirm or deny' whisperings he’d heard about Farage being elevated to a lordship at PMQs – and the Prime Minister’s smiling response was the most interesting thing that has left her mouth for quite some time
Prominent Leave supporter says threat of a general election would bring Commons into line
A cabinet minister has threatened the House’s future if it tries to undermine the Brexit vote
Asked what he made of British Prime Minister's performance at her first EU summit, Commission President Jean Claude Juncker says 'pfff'
'We might have to do a Lloyd George and create a thousand peers,' key Government figure says