Luciana Berger, Chuka Umunna, Gavin Shuker, Angela Smith, Chris Leslie, Mike Gapes, Ann Coffey resigned the Labour whip and formed a Parliamentary coalition called 'The Independent Group'.
YouGov research has suggested that Jeremy Corbyn's attitude to Brexit and failure to tackle antisemitism is turning people away from Labour.
More than a dozen Government ministers could quit by the end of the month if Theresa May refuses to extend the Brexit negotiating period beyond March 29, a leading Tory says
The Sun reported that at least 100 MPs will still take a 'half-term' break, despite it being cancelled so Parliament can pass vital Brexit legislation.
Tory critics insist the motion in the vote effectively means the PM is abandoning a no-deal Brexit option.
According to the Daily Mail, Theresa May told Cabinet Ministers that she scraped the mould off jam rather than throwing away the jar.
The Sun reported that sources within the haulage industry said they could have to fill out a 38-question form on their load each time they cross the Channel, or face a fine.
Olly Robbins, Theresa May's chief EU adviser, was reportedly heard suggesting MPs will face a choice between accepting the Prime Minister's Brexit deal or a long delay.
It was reported that a reference to a second Brexit referendum was removed from Jeremy Corbyn's letter to the prime minister at the last minute.
Get past all the noise and the opinions and the news stories and the bilateral meetings and the foreign visits and the speeches and the articles and what do you have? What is the actual proposition that Theresa May is taking to Brussels over the backstop? May said she needed a change to the backstop.
After European Council president Donald Tusk asked, entirely fairly, “what the special place in hell looks like for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan”, the Tory Brexiters melted down like snowflakes trapped in unexpected sunshine. Was it Boris Johnson who likened the EU to Adolf Hitler, and then as foreign secretary warned Brussels not to administer “punishment beatings in the manner of some World War Two movie”? Was it Michael Gove who compared pro-Remain economists to Nazi scientists?
The number of Britons who think they will be called back to the ballot box for a second Brexit referendum has almost halved since mid-January
Lord Kerslake said Britain is heading for a "blindfold" break which will lead to years of wrangling with Brussels.
Donald Tusk has said that Brexiteers who had no plan for the UK’s departure from the EU deserve a ‘special place in hell’. The EU chief was met with immediate criticism from Brexiteers, who accused him of insulting leave voters. Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom said Mr Tusk should apologise for his ‘spiteful’ comments.
Britain is unprepared for a no-deal Brexit because the Government thinks spending money on something that might not happen would be more unpopular than the fallout from a chaotic exit, a civil servant has revealed. The official, who chose to remain anonymous, unveiled a damning picture of the UK’s readiness to leave without a deal in The Guardian. The civil servant said that Operation Yellowhammer, the official Government term for no deal preparations, ‘hasn’t really got going yet’, despite the UK being set to leave the EU in less than 60 days.
Wildlife charities say grey squirrels risk being euthanised if new EU regulations are brought in before Brexit.
Law firm Slaughter and May has been awarded £800,000 to advise the government on the impact of Brexit on Eurotunnel.
A group of MPs and government officials has been set up to find a solution to the Northern Irish backstop problem.