Theresa May mocked over Brexit plan 'Groundhog Day'
A look back at today's events in Westminster
Softer Brexit option would cause Tory party to 'explode', May warned
Cabinet ministers disagree publicly over whether Ms May should ditch one of her key 'red lines'
Theresa May should delay Commons vote on Brexit deal - Davis
'The more we prepare to leave the EU without a deal, the more likely a good deal becomes,' says ex-Brexit secretary
Housebuilding figures lowest since the Second World War
Completions between 2010 and 2019 will be around 130,000 per year – well down on the 147,000 of the 2000s or 150,000 of the 1990s
Boris Johnson made to apologise for failure to declare earnings
Parliamentary commissioner for standards Kathryn Stone found the breach was 'neither inadvertent nor minor'
PM to go ahead with Brexit vote despite calls to delay to avoid defeat
'We are in the middle of five days of debate in parliament, which will lead up to a vote on this issue,' says May
Justine Greening hints at Conservative leadership bid
Former education secretary says she 'might be prepared to' run if a vacancy arises
Tory MEP says EU citizens in UK should not have voting rights
Some three million EU nationals cannot currently vote at national level