The party's ruling body approved a new code of conduct on anti-Semitism despite intense criticism.
Ben Bradley and Maria Caulfield said that Mrs May’s plans for close ties with Europe could put Labour in power.
Netherlands PM Mark Rutte claims citizens in EU countries fear being less well off if their own country opts to leave.
Jess Phillips said Parliament needs to act against the anonymous trolls who abuse her on a daily basis with ‘bile and abuse’.
The EU Withdrawal Bill has returned to the House of Commons today and tomorrow for a series of knife-edge votes that will determine the future of the Brexit process. Theresa May is facing one of the biggest tests of her leadership, with Tory rebels threatening to vote against their own party to force through amendments to the bill. Rebel leader Dominic Grieve tabled a last-minute compromise amendment last night, which scaled back the demands of the House of Lords position but which would give MPs the power to block a no-deal Brexit.
John Mann said he had been targeted by the Jeremy Corbyn-supporting campaign group Momentum.
The Foreign Secretary accused the Labour leader of lending ‘false credibility’ to Moscow.
NatCen Social Research’s British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey suggests a recovery in turnout didn't necessarily just benefit Labour.
The Tories and Labour are neck and neck in the latest opinion poll - 42% each - in the latest YouGov poll
The former Prime Minister said that Mr Corbyn’s left-wing policies would not serve the UK well after Britain leaves the EU.
As expected, the Momentum slate swept the board again at Labour’s NEC elections. This means they now hold all nine constituency positions as well as controlling other internal bodies such as the Conference Arrangements Committee. You have to be a truly dedicated political activist to care much about internal elections.
The Conservatives have had a terrible few days. This is after he stated in October that the documents were in such “excruciating detail” that the prime minister could not have read them all. “In July, the international trade secretary said Brexit negotiations would be the easiest in human history.
TV debates have become an established part of elections in the UK. From Cleggmania in 2010, to the seven-party platform of 2015, to the Question Time specials of 2017, millions tune in to see party leaders put forward their ideas with passion and energy - and to see them held to account. In this year’s snap election however, we saw the format come under strain.
Despite suffering two resignations from her cabinet and a series of scandals, the Prime Minister - just - remains the UK's preferred PM over Jeremy Corbyn