'Can I tell the Prime Minister that across the length and breadth of this land, people are totally disgusted by the xenophobic language on display from her Government?'
'No naming and shaming, no published list of foreign workers, no published data'
Keir Starmer and Emily Thornberry, Labour’s shadow Brexit and Foreign secretaries, have just published 170 questions which the Government needs to answer about Brexit, and Jeremy Corbyn failed to ask even one of them
It comes as the PM is forced into a climbdown by Labour and Tory rebels over plans on Europe
The Prime Minister appeared evasive
Victims have been waiting decades to find out exactly how the tragedy happened
For the first time since he became leader, Labour MPs united behind Corbyn today. The Conservatives, meanwhile, provided a study in the body language of wanting to be somewhere else
She said the spaces could harm economic development
There’s no clear plan for Brexit, the government is on the ropes, and it showed
This week, Theresa May was hopeless – because Jeremy Corbyn was
The account also branded a fellow Twitter user a ‘stupid, feminist piece of sh*t’
David Davis had suggested it was 'very improbable' Britain would remain in the single market
After six years at 10 Downing Street, he took his leave of the House of Commons, ruefully commenting that he was the future once
The PM signed off with words of encouragement for public servants
SNP Commons' leader Angus Robertson says Mr Cameron's legacy of Brexit meant they could not applaud him as he stands down
It takes a certain amount of chutzpah, at your first stint asking the questions at PMQs, at 38 years of age, to tell a Prime Minister who’s won three elections that, ‘He was the future once,’ as David Cameron did in December 2005.