Theresa May praised husband Philip as her 'rock', revealing that he poured her a whisky following her Cabinet meeting and made beans on toast for tea the following day.
A Conservative councillor from Louth, named Daniel, said Mrs May should stand down as Prime Minister after failing to deliver on the Brexit referendum result.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has submitted a letter of no confidence in Theresa May, bringing the prospect of a Conservative leadership election within touching distance. If 48 letters are handed to Graham Brady, who chairs the 1922 Committee of backbenchers, Tory MPs will vote on whether Mrs May continues in her position.
Bookmakers have slashed the odds of Theresa May's departure following Dominic Raab's resignation, with one suspending bets.
Now Theresa May has sold the Brexit deal to her Cabinet what happens next as Britain inches towards the deadline day for it leaving the European Union?
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said Theresa May's Brexit deal had left the Government in "chaos" and can not be put to Parliament.
Theresa May has been hit by a wave of resignations to leave her administration on the brink of imploding and her plan to leave the EU in tatters.
Jo Johnson's resignation as transport minister over Brexit earned praise from brother Boris Johnson, despite the pair being on opposite sides of the Brexit divide.
There are a lot of moral lessons to take from the last couple of years of British politics. Don’t dismantle all of your trading and diplomatic relations for reasons you cannot explain. If any good comes out of this process - and honestly right now it’s hard to imagine that it will - it is that a future political leader might recognise this lesson and internalise it at a formative point in their development.
A government official predicted the Prime Minister would be able to win over her cabinet this week, 'but not without saying goodbye to some colleagues'.
More than 70 business leaders have signed a letter published in the Sunday Times called for a second Brexit referendum.
The Prime Minister appeared to steady her position after she delivered a ‘heartfelt’ appeal at the meeting.
Theresa May will tell the House of Commons today that the Brexit deal is 95% done as she battles a growing revolt on her backbenches. Writing in The Sun this morning, the Prime Minister said that Brexit is ‘the UK’s biggest constitutional challenge for decades’ but that ‘the end is in sight’. In addition she will insist that her Government will never sign up to a deal that involves different rules for Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
The only remaining issue preventing a deal is the Irish backstop. This is the promise that, no matter what, there will be a frictionless border in Ireland. Theresa May’s solution is to make sure it’ll be never be used, by signing up the whole of the UK to the customs union and the single market for goods.
The change would mean the UK remaining within the single market and customs union until the end of 2021.
The proposal would mean Britain staying in the customs union and single market beyond December 2020
Hastily arranged talks between Brexit secretary Dominic Raab and EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier failed to reach a breakthrough.
Jean-Claude Juncker has denied mocking Theresa May with an impression of her Tory Conference dancing. The President of the EU Commission laughed and danced for a few seconds as he took to the podium before the Committee of the Regions in Brussels. Mr Juncker’s dance was remarkably similar to the one performed by the Prime Minister when she walked on stage for her keynote speech at the Conservative Party conference last week to the tune of ‘Dancing Queen’ by Abba.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said we should follow France and Germany's lead when it comes to the working week.