The Government has apologised to the Court of Appeal for two “inadvertent” breaches of an assurance it would not licence any more arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which could be used in the conflict in Yemen.
The headlines about the Liberal Democrats wanting to cancel Brexit have been all over the news in the past few days.
Brussels has stepped up its demands for Boris Johnson to set out his plan for a Brexit deal after talks between the Prime Minister and European Union chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
Luciana Berger has said that MPs are being “held hostage” in their parties and that she “looks forward” to more defections to the Liberal Democrats.
Boris Johnson has said he is “cautious” about progress in Brexit talks as he met with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker for their first face-to-face discussions since he became Prime Minister.
Clearances of ancient woodland for HS2 must be stopped while the project is reviewed unless they are necessary to avoid major costs and delays, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Jo Swinson has said the Liberal Democrats are in talks with other parties about standing aside in certain seats at the next general election to ensure that pro-remain candidates are elected.
Scotland’s former first minister Alex Salmond has been branded “the slipperiest of characters” by David Cameron, with the ex-PM saying it would have “hurt beyond belief” if Scots had voted for independence.
Breaking his long silence to launch his memoirs yesterday, David Cameron said a second referendum on Brexit could not be ruled out.
Tony Blair has said that despite his disagreements with Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader had acted “very sensibly and skilfully” in his efforts to block a no-deal Brexit.
Former Conservative minister and leadership contender Sam Gyimah took to the Liberal Democrat conference stage amid wild adulation as he confirmed he had become the sixth MP to defect this year.