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PM facing fresh rebellion by Conservative MPs opposed to no-deal Brexit

About 35 Tory MPs could support a House of Commons move to delay the UK's exit from the EU, if it looks likely the prime minister is still unable to secure enough backing for her Brexit deal

Watchdog probes Labour claim quitting MP Joan Ryan ‘accessed party data’

The Enfield North MP, who denies accessing the party's data after quitting the party, is among eight former Labour MPs to join the new Independent Group in parliament

Theresa May meets Conservative waverers as she rejects defectors’ complaints

Ms Greening and Dr Lee have both refused to rule out following the lead of their former colleagues - dubbed the "three amigos" - by leaving the Conservatives

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker complains of ‘Brexit fatigue’

Some 695 days since the UK notified the EU of its intention to leave the bloc - and just 36 days until Britain's scheduled departure - the top Brussels official confessed he was tired of the issue

Jeremy Corbyn: Removing IS teen Shamima Begum’s UK citizenship ‘not right’

The Labour leader questioned Home Secretary Sajid Javid's decision to bar the 19-year-old from the UK, adding "she should be brought back" to Britain

PM’s ‘constructive’ talks with Jean-Claude Juncker after EU official’s close shave

The prime minister travelled to Brussels on Wednesday to meet the top EU official, with just 37 days left until the UK's scheduled departure from the bloc

Bangladesh says IS teen Shamima Begum not their citizen in dispute...

The Home Office has stripped the 19-year-old of her British citizenship to dash her hopes of returning to the UK to raise her baby son, who she recently gave birth to in Syrian refugee camp

Labour to consult on extending voters’ rights to force out quitting...

Under current laws, constituents can petition to recall their local MP if they have been convicted of a criminal offence and sentenced to a prison term; if they are suspended from the House of Commons for two weeks; or if they are found guilty of having made false or misleading expenses claims

Joan Ryan becomes eighth MP to quit Labour over ‘evil’ antisemitism

Enfield North MP Joan Ryan has resigned from Labour, claiming the party has "become infected with the scourge of anti-Jewish racism" under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership

Labour MP Ian Austin thinking ‘very carefully’ about whether to quit...

On Monday, Chuka Umunna, Gavin Shuker, Mike Gapes, Angela Smith, Chris Leslie, Luciana Berger and Ann Coffey dramatically resigned from Labour to sit as a group of independent MPs in parliament