EU leaders did not react well to the prime minister's language or positioning
The prime minister also unilaterally guaranteed the rights of EU citizen living in the UK even in the event of no deal
As it happened...
Has Theresa May finally got the message?
When all bargaining positions are gone, all that remains is volume – if you scream loud enough someone might relent or take pity
Prime Minister offered to have her cake or eat it
International development secretary says government will work with local communities in Indonesia and Liberia to protect at-risk animals
Influential Commons committee tells Ministry of Defence to put a stop to postponements after expert admits possible 'safety issue'
'I wrote very explicitly into the rules of the party when I first became leader: we did not want anybody in the party that had taints with organisations we deemed to be on the far right of British politics'
The Independent's campaign for a Final Say referendum has been backed by more than 810,000 people
Commons authorities are investigating reports senior Corbyn aide was working in parliament without correct security clearance
'Our collective ability to map terrorist and criminal networks across Europe would be reduced'
Women MPs still only account for 32 per cent of the House of Commons
Council President Donald Tusk says proposals on the economic relationship need to be 'reworked'
Mel Stride undermines Theresa May's public strategy, by saying: 'We could have a second referendum and we could end up not leaving the EU altogether'