Brexit explained: What could no-deal actually mean for you?
Theresa May’s Brexit deal has been defeated by MPs and the UK is creeping closer to leaving the EU without a deal. But how does a no-deal Brexit actually affect you?
14-year-old stabbed to death in east London
Fourteen-year-old Jayden Moodie was rammed off a moped and then stabbed several times in the back before being left to die. Police described it as a cowardly and targeted attack and are now hunting three men, invoking powers to search anyone in the vicinity for weapons.
Tory party worker convicted over election expenses breach
A senior Conservative Party campaign official has been found guilty of breaking election expenses law.
Hilary Benn MP on Brexit: ‘In absence of leadership from PM, parliament must take control’
Labour MP Hilary Benn chairs the Brexit select committee.
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart on Speaker John Bercow: ‘What he did was pretty strange and unprecedented’
Prisons Minister Rory Stewart has been a doughty defender of Theresa May’s deal in the past weeks.
Brexit: May suffers fresh set back after another Commons defeat ahead of meaningful vote
If Brexit is all about taking back control, MPs appear to have finally taken it to heart. Tory rebels joined the opposition to defeat Theresa May for the second time in 24 hours after a key decision by the Speaker of the House.
Explainer: Why are Britain’s trains so bad – could nationalisation fix them?
2017 saw the most train delays in nearly 15 years. And as services seem to be getting worse, ticket prices are going up – leaving many passengers furious. But why are Britain’s trains so bad and what can be done to fix them? Is nationalising the railways the answer?
Explainer: Can going vegan really save the planet?
Loads of people are ditching meat and changing to a vegan diet to help fight climate change. But can going vegan actually save the planet?
Series 2, Episode 13: Rachel Riley
Rachel Riley has been the resident mathematician on game show Countdown for ten years now, but that’s not just what she came on our podcast to talk about.
FactCheck: can we avoid paying the £39 billion Brexit divorce bill?
It’s hard to see how we could get out of paying up – even if there’s no deal.
Ed Miliband: building more social housing ‘requires political will and a change in attitude’
We speak to two of the commissioners who contributed to Shelter’s cross-party report on social housing, Conservative peer Baroness Warsi and ex-Labour leader Ed Miliband, along with Kimberley Aldridge, a married, working mum.
Cross-party commission calls for three million new social homes
A cross-party commission set up after the Grenfell Tower disaster has said that three million social homes must be built in England in the next 20 years.
Scottish government probe into Salmond sexual harassment claims ruled ‘unlawful’
Alex Salmond has won his court battle against the Scottish government over the way it handled an investigation into claims that the former first minister sexually harassed two women.
Labour says Transport Secretary should resign over ‘tawdry’ Seaborne Brexit contract
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has been accused of “gross incompetence” by Labour over the £14 million Seaborne Freight emergency ferry contract.
Anna Soubry MP on abuse: ‘A small group of people were allowed by police to roam around outside parliament’
Hardline, pro-Brexit protesters have targeted MPs like Anna Soubry, prompting criticism of the police for failing to protect them. Jeremy Corbyn-supporting commentator Owen Jones has also been barracked.
Speaker of Commons urges police to protect MPs after Soubry verbally abused
The Metropolitan Police has said it will deal “robustly” with protesters who barrack MPs outside parliament.