Brexit: Vote on Theresa May's deal may not happen next week
Theresa May tells MPs her Brexit deal might not be put to a vote next week if she doesn't think it'll pass.
Ministers 'divided' over process for testing Brexit options
No decision has been taken on whether votes on alternatives to the PM's deal should be binding or not.
Intimidation of MPs worsening, says ex-MI5 chief Lord Evans
The problem is becoming worse - and Brexit has made the issue 'particularly acute', says Lord Evans.
Brexit: Petition to revoke Article 50 passes 3m signatures
Online campaign to revoke Article 50 still proving popular - despite Theresa May ruling it out.
Social status quiz for civil service job applicants
Civil service chiefs are asking staff how working class they think they are to make recruitment fairer.
Why bots probably aren't gaming the 'Cancel Brexit' petition
Questions have been asked about whether all the 3m signatures on the petition are genuine.
Tory MP Chris Davies guilty of false expenses claim
A court hears Chris Davies MP is the "author of his own misfortune" as he admits two charges.
Brexit: Departure date pushed back by at least two weeks
Theresa May is given more time to come up with a Brexit solution after talks with EU leaders.
Nigel Farage back in frontline politics as Brexit Party leader
The former UKIP boss says his new party could mobilise quickly if needed to fight European elections.
Jeremy Corbyn tribute to MP Paul Flynn at Newport funeral
The Labour leader joins mourners remembering the life of the late Newport West MP.
Brexit: EU leaders agree Article 50 delay plan
Brexit can be postponed until 22 May if MPs back deal next week, or 12 April if they do not.
Facebook staff 'flagged Cambridge Analytica fears earlier than thought'
Facebook says concerns raised about data-scraping were not related to the previously reported scandal.
Dollar singer David Van Day wins Thurrock by-election
The former Dollar and Bucks Fizz star was standing for the Conservatives.
Brexit: MPs urged not to travel home alone as tensions rise
MPs are urged to take taxis home and not travel alone as tensions rise over crunch Brexit votes.
Plaid Cymru could call for independence poll after Brexit
Wales should hold a referendum if we do not get tax and funding guarantees, says leader Adam Price.
Brexit: MoD prepares for no-deal in Whitehall bunker
Defence officials say the preparations at their Whitehall HQ are part of wider cross government action.
Bercow defends MPs after PM blames them for Brexit delay
Theresa May is accused of "irresponsibility" and urged to "dial down the hate" by MPs.
Corbyn calls for compromise to avoid no-deal Brexit
The Labour leader held meetings with senior EU figures on alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit deal.
UK interest rates on hold amid Brexit impasse
Bank of England says the outlook will depend "significantly on the nature and timing of EU withdrawal".
Voter ID trials ruled lawful by High Court judge
A crowdfunded campaign to stop voters needing ID has been rejected by the High Court.
Home Office 'utterly failing' over immigration detention centres
There are "serious problems" with "almost every part" of the detention centre system, MPs warn.
MP condemns Andrea Leadsom in PMQs over LGBT lesson remarks
Lloyd Russell-Moyle MP criticises Andrea Leadsom during PMQs for remarks made in a radio interview.
Labour investigates 'sexual harassment' by MP
Jarrow MP Stephen Hepburn is accused of targeting a female party member in a restaurant in 2005.
Cambridge councillor Donald Adey resigns post 400 miles away
Donald Adey, who lives in Scotland, admits it is "difficult" being 400 miles from his ward.
Brexit deadlock shows 'democracy all but dead' - Donald Trump Jr
The US president's son, who holds no political position, says Mrs May should have listened to his father.
MPs criticise EastEnders project
The new Walford was meant to be finished in 2018, but the target is now 2023 and it will cost £27m more.
Islamophobia: 'No place' for it in Conservative Party says chairman
The party chairman responds to Islamophobia claims, saying swift action is taken on complaints.
Brexit: What happens now?
After failing twice to get her Brexit deal through Parliament, Theresa May has now secured a delay to Brexit.
Article 50: Can the UK revoke Brexit?
A petition to revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU has been signed by millions.
John Bercow: What's the role of a Speaker in Parliament?
Here's a quick refresher on who the Speaker of the House of Commons is and what he does.
Brexit: Is the UK actually in a crisis over leaving the EU?
Politicians and the press have been saying it for months. Are they scaremongering, or is the UK in a major crisis?
Council tax increase: Why am I paying the police so much?
A bigger portion of your council tax will go to police this year. But why? And what is it used for?
Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU
Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.
What next for the Liberal Democrats?
With Vince Cable stepping down as leader, who might succeed him and what will it mean for the party?
Brexit: Can May still bring back her deal after Bercow statement?
How can the government get round the Speaker's statement and get another vote on its Brexit deal?
'Fake news' during the Cold War
Foreign Office officials fed information to journalists during the Cold War, newly released files show.
Confused by Brexit? Here's what's happened
After a rollercoaster week in UK politics, you would be forgiven for being left confused.
Four Brexits and a Divorce: What do MPs want?
Cross-party groups of MPs have spent months working on their own ideas for leaving the EU.
Brexit: Does the UK need to hold European elections?
If Brexit is delayed beyond 29 March, would the UK need to participate in May's European elections?
Brexit: What votes does Theresa May need for her deal to pass?
The prime minister needs support from all corners of the House if her deal is to get through.
Brexit: 10 ways you could be affected by no-deal
From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?
If not 29 March, then when?
The PM has bowed to demands to hold a vote on pushing back the 29 March exit date. What are the other options?
All you need to know about Brexit
A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union, which is due to happen on 29 March.
Brexit: Jargon-busting guide to the key terms
From Article 50 to Backstop, find out what the key terms mean.
EU referendum: The result in maps and charts
How did the Leave camp clinch victory in the referendum on the UK's membership of the EU after what was a very closely fought contest?
Brexit Basics: The customs union explained
Confused by Brexit jargon? Reality Check unpacks the basics.
Rory Stewart MP on 'indicative votes'
The Prisons Minister says Parliament should be allowed to express its view.
May's speech 'not a great success'
The business secretary tells the BBC "even prime ministers sometimes don't get the tone quite right".
Guilty Feminist: 'I can't call Theresa May a feminist'
Co-creator of the Guilty Feminist podcast gives us her take on feminism.
Brexit: EU leaders agree delay
EU leaders have agreed on a plan to delay the Article 50 process, postponing Brexit beyond 29 March..
Brexit: Three moments that raised a smile
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
Brexit extension: 'We are at the moment of decision' - May
Theresa May says she will now focus on getting the deal agreed by MPs when she returns to the UK.