Cabinet hardliners Liam Fox and David Davis appeared to be the target of Lord Hill, a former EU Commissioner
The former Justice Secretary blamed mistakes from experts for ‘wreaking all kinds of economic disasters’
They’ve been travelling for months (years, in some cases), sleeping rough, starving and dehydrated. They’re not going to bounce off the bus like Harry Potter on his first day at Hogwarts. What did you expect?
PM reportedly made to wait until ‘long after the waiters were waiting to clear the dishes away’ at the council dinner in Brussels
'I say very firmly; if Madame Theresa May wants a hard Brexit, then talks will be hard too'
Royal Navy ships are currently escorting the Russian fleet past UK waters on its way to Syria
The President of the European Central bank said that he did not feel under pressure, despite growing criticism from politicians of loose monetary policies
Mr Benn told BBC Radio 4's Today programme, 'Parliament will want to take a decision on the final deal'
A range of MPs and peers are preparing to hold the Government to account as it negotiates to leave the European Union
At her first European Council summit, the Prime Minister will seek off to kill off chatter that a second referendum 'might be still a possibility'
It comes after a string of high-profile resignations from the inquiry into historic abuse
If replicated on polling day the vote shares would likely see the Tories win a 200 seat majority
There will always be a time for Jeremy Corbyn to return to the neverending debate on the NHS, but with the cabinet collapsing, the abuse inquiry chair squirming and the third runway imploding, this wasn't it
Challenged by Jeremy Corbyn, the Prime Minister said key decisions must be made 'at local level'
Whatever he did differently prior to this showdown, he should do it again – because it was impressive
'How can she possibly – in good conscience – continue selling them to Saudi Arabia?'