May urges government to consider impact of lockdown on abuse victims
'Clear' evidence that coronavirus restrictions increasing violence against partners, former prime minister warns Commons
No 10 attacked after ducking call for independent coronavirus inquiry
'If tens of thousands of deaths in the first pandemic for 100 years doesn't merit a public inquiry, I don't know what does'
Government won’t explain ‘£1tn cost of net zero’ claim
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy won’t account for increased figure used to set global warming policy
EU wages ‘slide wars’ against Johnson in trade deal row
Brussels hits back after misleading No 10 claim about the ‘Canada-style’ agreement on offer – as relations deteriorate
John Bercow will forever be a symbol of Brexit division
Being seen as pro-Labour and pro-Remain was terrible for the authority of the speaker. But Leavers ought to be grateful to Bercow, because he gave the Remainers in the Commons full scope to try to frustrate Brexit
Boris Johnson's Brexit bill suffers fourth defeat in Lords
Peers vote by 300 to 220 to restore safeguards for unaccompanied minors
Farage vows to deny Tory pressure to abandon entire election campaign
Demand is 'almost comical', says humiliated leader - who calls on Tories to stand aside for him where they 'have not won for 100 years'
Farage claims he was offered peerage days before he axed candidates
‘Serious questions should be asked about what Boris Johnson offered to Nigel Farage in exchange for this deal’