A bid to protect EU nationals’ residency rights was defeated by 332 votes to 290 as the bill to allow the PM to trigger Article 50 made it through the Commons unamended.
The foreign secretary told the House of Commons “all British passport holders remain welcome to travel to the US” after the US embassy in London deleted contradictory advice from its website.
Well, that state banquet’s going to be awkward. Update: Trump was actually blaming Middleton for the photos being taken.
Stuart Forward told BuzzFeed: “The world of drag and drag race is so far removed from his everyday life.”
Now everyone’s celebrating the fact the queen of pop is alive and well.
From “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” to “Outside”.
The singer quietly raised thousands of pounds for charities throughout his life.
In the week Thomas Mair was told he would die in jail, experts say journalists have spent the year rushing to pass judgment on issues surrounding violence, terrorism, and mental health.
Plotr, a jobs website for young people launched in 2012, went into liquidation this week and questions are being asked about what it achieved.
#MarmiteGate is tearing the country apart.
Neil Carmichael said the “divisive” plan “has no place in 21st-century Britain”.
Following concerns raised at the Tory conference last week, the government has announced that EU students will be able to receive loans for courses starting in 2017.
Theresa May will confront the Tory party’s most significant ideological crisis in decades at next week’s conference.
The company, which has been criticised over its human rights record, will take over the helpline tomorrow.
The charity released reports into the bombings of two hospitals ahead of a session of the UN Security Council.
This will give you all the feels.
A parliamentary inquiry should be held into how and why the outsourcing firm G4S was picked to run a key employment discrimination helpline, according to a letter signed by 48 MPs.
The company promises to deliver a good service, but questions have been asked about the process by which the government awarded the contract.
A parliamentary committee has concluded that no new licences should be granted for Saudi arms sales until an investigation has been carried out, but another says the issue should be left to the courts.