House Speaker John Bercow selected four Brexit amendments that will be discussed before a vote on Theresa May's deal.
'You are not children in the playground, you are legislators,' roars Attorney General
Activists staged a Titanic-themed stunt outside the Houses of Parliament in London on Tuesday, campaigning for a second EU referendum vote and calling Brexit a "sinking ship".
Tuesday, December 11 essentially spells D-day for British Prime Minister Theresa May as MPs take their seats in the House of Commons to deliver their verdict on her government's Brexit deal.
Former adviser to Theresa May, Tom Swarbrick, told Good Morning Europe it was “depressing” that MPs appeared to be disregarding the Brexit referendum result.
MPs rejected Theresa May's Brexit divorce deal by 432 votes to 202 bringing the prospect of a no-deal closer.
With just one vote left on Theresa May’s EU divorce deal, Euronews’ Raw Politics team takes at a few Brexit numbers.
“This is frankly lamentable,” said speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, on the fact that MPs had not yet approved proxy voting
British MPs are expected to reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal on Tuesday. But several attempts are underway to stop a ‘no deal’ exit from the EU on March 29.
The company Emergency Food Storage says Brits are buying 25 'Brexit boxes' every day.
Here's a short roundup of the top Brexit-related stories from today
UK PM May has been making a last-ditch bid to persuade MPs to back her Brexit deal.
David Duckenfield, 74, is accused of manslaughter over the deaths of 95 football fans at Hillsborough, Sheffield, in April 1989.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May drops comments from her Brexit speech after criticisms of "complete hypocrisy."
'More likely outcome is a paralysis in parliament that risks there being no Brexit,' said British Prime Minister Theresa May.
"I for one shall not forgive you" - partner of UK minister sends 'inappropriate' warning message to another MP over her choice in tomorrow's Commons vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal
Vote will impact nearly four million non-British EU passport holders
May warns 'no' vote would undermine trust democracy
A few thousand anti-governent protersters donned yellow jackets on Sunday and marched a kilometre through central London.
A 'no deal' outcome to Brexit may be disastrous for the UK but it may be necessary to put its current divisions to bed.