The image demonstrates how Jeremy Corbyn’s “New Clause 2” amendment to Mr Johnson’s Brexit bill was voted down convincingly by the Tories.
Michelle Ballantyne is facing fresh scrutiny for comments made in 2018 when she said 'it is fair that people on benefit cannot have as many children as they like while people who don't claim benefits have to make decisions about the number of children they can have'.
It came just hours after new Commons speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle said he wanted the House to “have a better image” that is “respected” by the public.
Mr Duncan Smith has been recognised for 'political and public service'.
The age at which a voter is more likely to support the Tories than Labour has dramatically decreased, according to YouGov.
Boris Johnson’s stunning general election victory means the UK’s departure from the EU is all but guaranteed. It's far from over though.
The 10pm poll suggests a looming disaster for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, with the party forecast to win just 191 seats.
James Clark is seeking to challenge the Labour leader's 2017 majority of 33,215.
Green Party co-leader Sian Berry has blasted Tory Zac Goldsmith after he “implied” her party had stood aside for him in his constituency. Richmond Park Greens did stand aside in the ultra-marginal west London seat, but this was to help pro-Remain Liberal Democrat candidate Sarah Olney - who missed out by just 45 votes in 2017 - unseat Mr Goldsmith in the general election. “I was going to support the Green Party but they have stood aside so that means Zac now gets my vote”.
'He knew he was going to be elected. In Henley, you can put a blue rosette on a donkey and it will get elected.'
After the PM did not attend the Channel 4 debate, an ice sculpture of the world with 'Conservatives' written on it was placed on his podium.
The Labour Party has lost support in many towns in the north of England, according to a poll.
Antony Calvert has stepped down as Conservative candidate for Wakefield after comments he made that were branded racist and sexist were unearthed on Facebook.
Critics have posted pictures of the Conservative Party election campaign launch at the NEC in Birmingham, showing huge empty space around the crowds.
The eventful first PMQs for Mr Johnson follows a humiliating defeat that forced him to hand control of the Commons to MPs opposed to no-deal Brexit.