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Brexit: Michael Gove decides not to quit cabinet
The environment secretary is to work for the "best outcome" to Brexit amid continuing Tory turmoil.
Brexit: EU leaders dismiss talk of renegotiating draft agreement
The prospect of talks to amend the draft deal is unlikely as an agreement is "on the table".
Lord Lester not suspended over sexual harassment claims
The former Liberal Democrat peer Lord Lester's case has been sent back to a House of Lords committee.
Brexit: A guide to where we are
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with Brussels. What happens now?
Brexit: Dominic Raab and Esther McVey among ministers to quit over EU agreement
Dominic Raab, Esther McVey and a string of junior ministers resign over the EU withdrawal agreement.
Brexit: BBC correspondents on the draft deal
BBC and correspondents unpick the detail in the government's withdrawal agreement documents.
Pound and UK shares hit by Brexit turmoil
Sterling falls more than 1.7% and shares in UK banks and housebuilders slump.
Brexit: 'PM has broken promises' - DUP
The DUP's Nigel Dodds tells MPs they can vote to stand up for the UK, or break it up with Brexit deal.
Brexit: Scottish Tory MP urges Mundell to quit over EU agreement
The Scottish secretary is told by a colleague that "no Unionist" could support the draft Brexit agreement.
Carwyn Jones shifts Brexit poll stance as crisis deepens
The first minister says there should be a fresh poll if the PM is replaced with no election called.
Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over the draft Brexit agreement - here are the key bits.
Brexit video explainers
BBC correspondents on the background, jargon, (and some of the) questions and answers as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
What are the rules for challenging and electing a leader of the Conservative Party.
Reality Check looks at some of the key passages in the draft Brexit agreement
The Commons Library is hosting an exhibition on Jean Winder and her battle for equal pay.
The next Juncker
Europe's centre-right parties decide who they want to run the European Commission, Alexander Stubb or Manfred Weber.
Dealing with abuse is "just part of the job", one woman tells the BBC.
I played the PM
Actors Patricia Hodge, Brian Cox and Kika Markham speak to BBC Radio 4 Extra's I Played the PM.
Apple ignores the UK government's plea to allow EU citizens to scan their passports in a new Brexit app.
Much of the debate following the Budget on Monday has been about who benefits most.
The financial squeeze faced by English councils is an issue that is not going away.
Party conferences 2018: At-a-glance
From May's dance to Brexit manoeuvring, here are the highlights of the autumn conference season.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union, after the 2016 referendum.
Labour Party conference
The Labour leader vows to "rebuild and transform our country" in his party conference speech.
Party conferences 2017
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
Brexit: May under pressure over deal
After a day of Cabinet resignations, and mounting speculation that the Prime Minister could be forced out, no one really knows what might happen next.
Brexit deal: What do the other parties think of Theresa May's plan?
As the Tories squabble over the draft Brexit agreement, we hear the views of some of the other parties' MPs.
Brexit: What do Brummies make of May's plan?
Birmingham voted for Brexit by just 3,800 votes - so what do they think of the PM's draft withdrawal agreement?
Brexit: Theresa May quizzed on no-confidence vote
Theresa May is quizzed about a possible no-confidence vote from Conservative MPs and whether she will carry on.
Brexit: Theresa May answers BBC's Laura Kuenssberg
The PM is going to do "her job" of getting the best deal for Britain, and warns MPs they will be "held to account for the decisions that they take".
How Tories remove a prime minister
What happens if the Conservative Party decides they no longer have confidence in their prime minister.