The prime minister has been asked to firm up her resignation date as Brexit talks between the government and Labour continue.
Rebecca Long-Bailey was responding to fresh anti-Semitism claims against Jeremy Corbyn.
Countdown's Rachel Riley has said she was moved to tears after her friend, comedian Katherine Ryan, offered public support to her in fighting back against anti-semitic online trolls.
Jo Swinson was shown to have supported a Labour amendment to the Government's Brexit motion on Wednesday night.
With just 39 days to Brexit, a group of Remain supporters split from the Labour party. Leaving now seemingly gave up on pushing the Labour leadership into backing a second referendum, when there were no disadvantages to leaving in a few weeks instead. It was hard to watch the press conference from the seven Labour MPs without a strange sense of hope.
The BBC’s coverage of the press conference where seven MPs announced they were leaving the Labour Party accidentally included audio of disparaging comments by an audience member. During Luciana Berger’s speech the person commented again, saying: “Not gonna lie, like this and Brexit… we’re actually f***ed.
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.
Neil Coyle accused his party's leader of driving members away from the party over Brexit and allowing antisemitism to continue in his name.
A YouGov poll using the same method that correctly predicted the outcome of the 2017 election quizzed more than 40,000 people to see what would happen if Britain went back to the polls.
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.
The amendments to May’s Brexit statement are like a collection of twitching corpses. Wherever you look - in the no-deal Brexiter ranks, in the ERG, in the DUP, in the People’s Vote, in the Cooper-and-Boles club, things are appalling and lifeless and inadequate. Yvette Cooper’s amendment looked like a smart, well-thought-through measure to prevent no-deal.
The prime minister faces a flurry of fresh challenges in Parliament over her Brexit deal.