Westminster News

MPs to have meaningful vote on Brexit in March

MPs rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal on 15 January by a record majority of 230. They returned to the House of Commons on 29 January, and again on 14 February, to debate the government's response.

PM given mandate to take negotiations back to Brussels

MPs have given the PM a clear mandate to return to Brussels to address the issue of the backstop. I have consistently said that I believed a withdrawal agreement could secure the support of enough MPs if concerns over the backstop could be addressed.

Energy price cap changes - Have your say

West Cornwall MP Derek Thomas is writing to households in West Cornwall to find out the effect of the introduction of the new energy price cap which came into force on 1st January, 2019.

PM's Brexit Deal is Rejected: Whats happens now?

The House of Commons has voted not to support the deal the Government has negotiated with the EU as the basis on which to leave the European Union.

Responding to the vote, the Prime Minister set out in the House of Commons how she intends to proceed: