Shadow Minister Richard Burgon warns that Labour split makes Conservatives more like to stay in power
Bernie Sanders announces he will run for President in 2020
"I make no apology for saying that leaving the EU without a deal would be a catastrophe for British farming."
"I hope that this will be the first stage in what I think will probably be a substantial remaking of the centre ground of British politics."
John McDonnell says 7 MPs who resigned from the Labour party should seek re-election
Are we really now going to leave them with the foreign fighters, who happen to be British, dumped on their territory?
Gary Gibbon questions the politicians leaving Labour to become Independent MPs
“I have become embarrassed and ashamed to remain in the Labour Party.”
Chuka Umunna on the creation of a new group of MPs in the House of Commons
The British expats facing an uncertain Brexit future
Ece Temelkuran: Right-wing populist leaders 'dismantling entire political mechanism and moral values'
'You would be prepared to be one of the people who will go down in history?'
Investors say UK could lose tech investment after Brexit
Digital Minister Margot James: 'I would not be part of a government that allowed this country to leave without a deal'
Justice Minister: 'I’m very aware of the risks around no-deal'
Former Obama aide Jeremy Shapiro discusses the effect Brexit is having on how the world sees Britain
Soubry: 'pitiful level of leadership in both parties'
Tory MP: 40 Brexit trade deals are not going to be signed by 29 March
"I think if there's some empty shelves then people will panic buy.”
Jeremy Corbyn condemns "incompetence" of Transport Secretary over Brexit ferry contract
Labour MP Vicky Foxcroft condemns the FA for the £178,000 disparity in prize money for men's and women's teams in the fourth round of the FA Cup
Dominic Grieve MP: Crashing out of EU without a deal would be "disastrous"
“All I could draw that day was a broken heart then suddenly this became an outlet for my grief and letting those emotions out.”
Three of Virginia's top state officials are facing calls to resign
Defence Secretary: The armed forces should 'enhance our lethality' after Brexit
"The chances of having a second referendum are as close to nil as I could imagine"
Andy Burnham on HS2 and transport in the North West
Chris Grayling is asked whether he will resign, following the cancellation of a £14m Brexit ferry contract.
Chancellor Philip Hammond: 'The time pressure as we approach the 29th March is having a positive effect'
The British expats facing an uncertain Brexit future
Brokenshire: 'Grayling is working incredibly hard'
'Serious questions' for Chris Grayling on Seaborne Freight
“It’s time for British politics to re-discover the lost art of compromise.”
“There’s no such thing as post-Brexit I think it will define us for the rest of our lives.”
“I never thought I would feel that once again I was having my place in Britain being questioned”.
City of God star: My life was 'really, really similar' to film
"I went to private school, I had a university education, I had good jobs. I would never have thought I would be in this situation."
The ferry company with no ferries might be stranded in a port that isn’t a port.
Theresa May says Donald Tusk’s "hell" remark "caused widespread dismay" in the UK
Krishnan Gury-Murthy challenges Brexiteer and international trade lawyer Shanker Singham over the use of jargon to explain the complexities of a no-de...
Baroness Warsi on the Ways to Change the World podcast
Trump supporters reflect on the government shutdown
Speaker calls Peter Bone a 'delicate flower' over Tusk's Brexit comments
'The Government is in danger of sleepwalking the country towards a no deal'
'There's one thing the EU doesn't want back - Nigel Farage'
Tusk wonders ‘what the special place in hell looks like for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it safely…’
Women stand and cheer as President Trump celebrates their largest ever cohort in the House
Trump: 'If there is going to be peace and legislation, there cannot be war and investigation'
The man who Britain now recognises as President of Venezuela, Juan Guaido, tells Channel 4 News that 300,000 Venezuelans are in desperate need of aid.
"The government’s decision to recognise Juan Guaidó is a democratic outrage."
Brexit explained: What is the problem with the Irish border?
The Speaker criticises Sajid Javid for failing to answer questions
Skipping School: Britain's Invisible Kids - Lily's story
Maduro: 'that was the era of empires and colonies'
Lord Adonis: Labour and Conservatives will split if Brexit happens
Putin: 'The American partners have declared that they suspend their participation in the deal, we are suspending it as well'
Lecturer Senthorun Raj and free speech activist Alex O’Connor debate the new government-backed guidelines to clampdown on censorship in universities
Former Brexit Secretary: 'If we need another week, or we need another two weeks, then okay let’s look at that'
Ronnie Campbell MP: 'If I know Jeremy Corbyn, I think he voted to leave'
Andrew Bridgen: 'We wouldn't be crashing out, we'd be cashing in'
There’s no negotiation between the EU and UK, that negotiation is finished...this is a bit like snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.”
Labour's Mann on reports about money for Brexit support
Liam Fox: Voters may turn on MPs who vote against Brexit deal
Jon Snow challenges James Brokenshire on austerity
'Gay cure' therapist comes out as gay: Exclusive interview
Leave Means Leave: people 'excited' about no-deal Brexit
Brexiteer John Whittingdale: There are some in Europe who want to renegotiate Brexit deal
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker: "the vote yesterday increased the risk of a disorderly withdrawal"