Theresa May to say Brexit plan will deliver for NI
During her Belfast visit, Theresa May is expected to say a plan agreed at Chequers will work for NI.
Brexit: Tell EU the Chequers plan is final offer, says Leadsom
The Commons leader says the Brexit deal struck at Chequers is "a very hard and fast offer to the EU".
Tory chief whip Julian Smith under fire in pairing row
Julian Smith faces pressure after an MP was told to break a pact and take part in a key Brexit vote.
MPs criticise head of public prosecution's rape case failures
The head of public prosecutions is criticised for her handling of issues around disclosing evidence.
New MPs' code 'risks cover-up claims'
A senior MP warns that making all investigations into MPs anonymous risk damaging transparency.
New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab vows to 'intensify' talks
Dominic Raab meets the EU's chief negotiator, as the IMF warns Ireland will be hit hard by a no deal Brexit.
Windrush scandal: Compensation could be capped under proposed scheme
The Home Office announces a consultation on its plans to compensate victims of the Windrush scandal.
Parents set to lose right to veto sex education at age 15
Pupils should be able to request sex education against their parents' wishes, the government says.
No-one charged in 9 out of 10 crimes - Home Office
Only 9% of crimes end with suspects being charged or summonsed, Home Office figures suggest.
DUP MP Ian Paisley says rule breach a personal embarrassment
The DUP MP choked with emotion at times as he told MPs he had made a "genuine mistake".
Brexit: Watchdog warns of need to issue driving permits
Millions of permits will be needed if the UK and EU do not recognise each other's driving licences.
Timber scandal: Natural Resources Wales chair quits
Diane McCrea goes after auditor queries Natural Resources Wales accounts for third year in a row.
Military personnel based in Scotland compensated for tax rises
The UK government will compensate soldiers facing higher income tax bills because they are based in Scotland.
Publishers warn of Brexit threat to record exports
The UK's publishing industry says leaving the EU could damage its record-breaking export business.
NI pro-remain parties release Brexit concern statement
It comes as the prime minister is due to arrive in Northern Ireland to visit the border.
Brexit: 1,000 new customs officers and vets for Irish ports
The Irish government is to hire 1,000 customs and veterinary inspectors to deal with Brexit.
Boris Johnson: It is not too late to save Brexit
The ex-foreign secretary accuses the government of "dithering" and urges Theresa May to "change tack".
Margaret Hodge faces 'action' over Corbyn anti-Semitism row
Dame Margaret Hodge is reported to have called Jeremy Corbyn "anti-Semitic".
Prime Minister's Questions: The key bits and the verdict
Theresa May clashed with Jeremy Corbyn over Brexit - here are the key bits.
Brexit deal must be workable, says Theresa May
Theresa May rejects claims from a Tory MP that her policy was now that "Brexit means Remain".
The EU has issued a 16-page document outlining the preparations for deal or no deal.
Profile: Ian Paisley
The career of the son of the DUP's founder has been one of controversy and electoral success.
Voice of Britain
What difference does a person's accent make to getting on in politics?
A guide to the four possible scenarios for the UK's future relationship with the European Union.
Do the UK's MPs work on more days than their equivalents in other countries?
Justine Greening calls for a second EU referendum, but what are the practical considerations?
US officials tell media there is "no way" Mr Trump will apologise over controversial comments on Brexit.
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.
Party conferences 2017
The latest on the major political parties in the autumn conference season.
Election 2017: At-a-glance
An at-a-glance summary of the key points of Election 2017.
Why Conservatives are fighting each other
The government is heading towards the summer break, wracked by infighting among Tory MPs.
Blair: PM's Brexit 'doesn't honour public mandate'
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair says Theresa May's approach to Brexit "doesn’t honour what most people who voted for Brexit think".
Andrew Bridgen wants no confidence vote on Theresa May
A Conservative MP calling for a confidence vote in Theresa May's leadership speaks of the party whips "blackmailing" MPs.
Abstentionist Irish rebel MP finally enters Westminster
The painting forms part of the UK Parliament's Voice and Vote exhibition
Lord Patten: 'I've never seen so much animosity in Conservatives'
Former Conservative chairman Lord Patten on the party's toxic atmosphere - and Boris Johnson.
PMQs: Jenkyns and May on Brexit and Remain
Theresa May tells one of her backbenchers that "Brexit continues to mean Brexit".