Brexit: EU leaders agree to move talks to next stage
Theresa May welcomes "important step" and calls for "rapid progress" on transition discussions.
Brexit: Move to head off another Tory rebellion
Theresa May looks set to avoid another defeat after proposed changes to Brexit bill, the BBC understands.
What Question Time made of Brexit vote defeat
The last Question Time of 2017 was dominated by exchanges over Brexit - so what happened?
Schools told not to dismiss sexual harassment 'as banter'
The Women and Equalities Committee said new guidance was a "belated step in the right direction".
Brexit: UK in Erasmus student scheme until at least 2020
Theresa May confirms UK participation in student exchange will continue for a period after Brexit.
Greens put £150m price on Scottish budget support
The party says it cannot back the Scottish budget without a real-terms increase in council funding.
David Cameron: Trump misuse of term fake news is dangerous
The US president is undermining democracy by misusing the term "fake news", David Cameron says.
Can Brexit help end puppy smuggling?
Why people think leaving the EU is a "crucial opportunity" to stop puppies being smuggled to the UK.
UK must tackle loneliness, says Jo Cox Commission report
Commission set up by murdered MP Jo Cox says nine million adults in the UK are affected.
HS2 redundancy pay 'shocking waste' of taxpayer cash
Overpayments totalling £1.76m were made to 94 people, a committee of MPs says.
Wacky jumpers and jokes - this year's MPs' Christmas cards
Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon opt for more traditional festive greetings.
EU 'has east-west split' on migrant quotas
Leaders at a Brussels summit argue over relocation of asylum seekers in the EU.
Deporting EU rough sleepers from UK unlawful, High Court rules
A Home Office policy of deporting EU nationals found sleeping rough must stop, the High Court rules.
Britain First's Paul Golding and Jayda Fransen arrested
Jayda Fransen re-arrested after appearing in court while Paul Golding was arrested outside the courtroom.
Speaker criticises David Davis over release of Brexit papers
David Davis was not in contempt of Parliament but some of his actions were "regrettable", says Speaker.
Stamp duty tax debate 'welcome'
Surveyors say changes to stamp duty levied on first-time buyers should spark a wider debate.
Post-Brexit EU aid warning from First Minister Carwyn Jones
It would be unacceptable for EU aid to be replaced by a Westminster-run system, says Carwyn Jones
Natural Resources Wales' budget squeeze warning
"We can't be everywhere, doing everything," warns Natural Resources Wales boss against backdrop of cuts.
Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May clashed over housing and homelessness - here are the key bits.
The government wants more women on the boards of public bodies - what challenges do they face?
We asked Brexiteers to name one good thing about the EU - and Remainers to do the same about Brexit.
Adam Fleming explains we learned from the EU parliament vote on the Brexit deal.
A viral battle
Why both Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May can appear to ramble on about off-topic issues at Prime Minister's Questions.
Could bringing together young and old bridge the generation gap exposed by the Brexit vote?
What happens now?
With phase one ready to be signed off, here's a look the challenges ahead.
BBC Ireland Correspondent Chris Buckler analyses the government's handling of the Irish border.
European press compare last minute deal on Brexit to the election of a new Pope.
Politics of alignment
John Campbell assesses to what extent the first phase of Brexit talks offer all things to all people.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to how the UK will leave the European Union after the 2016 referendum.
Who's who: Theresa May's cabinet
Theresa May reshuffles her cabinet after the departures of Priti Patel and Sir Michael Fallon.
Party conferences 2017
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
Brexit: Theresa May says agreement is "important step" on the road to Brexit
Theresa May says the agreement to begin the second phase of talks is an "important step on the road" to Brexit.
Treasury wants to regulate virtual currency Bitcoin
Some MPs believe the government should help bring digital currencies into the mainstream, and say this could have advantages for public services.
EU news: Brexit, Farage, Juncker wiretap claims and Arnie
A swipe from Nigel Farage at Theresa May, plus claims of wire-tapping when Jean-Claude Juncker was the Luxembourg PM.
Theresa May: We've won 35 out of 36 votes on EU Withdrawal Bill
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK remains "on course for Brexit" as she arrives at a Brussels summit, the day after losing a key Commons vote.
Chris Williamson on Jeremy Corbyn negative press coverage
Corbyn ally Chris Williamson claims there was a "media blackout" about coverage of the Labour leader.
Brexit is unstoppable and MPs will not block it, says Boris Johnson
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says defeat in the Commons will not "for one second stop Brexit or stop the Brexit process".