Commons Speaker John Bercow has told MPs he is strongly opposed to allowing Donald Trump to address Parliament during his state visit.Read more
The Liberal Democrats have identified five black holes in the Government’s Brexit White Paper.Read more
Among the many deeply worrying things about Theresa May’s Brexit strategy is that it showed more clearly an ever that the Conservative Party is no longer prepared to listen to business. That is why it’s never been more important that the Liberal Democrats, as a party that knows we need a strong, sustainable, fair, free trading economy, listens to the concerns of those who create jobs and drive our economy.Read more
The Liberal Democrats have pulled off a stunning victory in the previous Labour heartland of Rotherham, taking the seat from Jeremy Corbyn's party and receiving almost four times as many votes as Labour.
Local doctor Adam Carter came from fourth place last time to win 2,000 votes in Brinsworth and Catcliffe ward. Labour were second on just 519 votes in a five-way contest. It is believed to be the best win by any party since the ward was created, beating Labour’s huge 63.2% in 2011.
More than 7,000 people have reportedly quit their membership of the Labour Party in the last week over the party's Article 50 stance.Read more
The former UK Ambassador to the EU has laid bare the "difficult trade-offs" Britain will face during Brexit talks.Read more
Plans to expand Heathrow show that the Government is desperate to reassure businesses as it pursues a hard Brexit.Read more
Tim Farron has declared that he is a "proud Brit and a proud European" as he appealed for Brexit talks not to end in a "government stitch up".Read more
Thanks to Liberal Democrat pressure in Parliament, thousands of gay and bisexual men convicted of now abolished sexual offences have today been posthumously pardoned.Read more
Liberal Democrat membership has surged past 82,000 - the highest level for two decades - as more and more people feel inspired by the party as the real opposition to the Conservatives.
More than 4,000 people have joined the party in January, turned off by Theresa May's plans to take Britain out of the Single Market and attracted by the Liberal Democrats' opposition to "the politics of fear, division and hatred".