Theresa May has accepted an offer from leaders of the remaining 27 EU countries to delay Brexit to October 31.
A campaign group is taking legal advice over the use of the name Change UK for a new political party being set up by MPs who broke away from Labour and the Conservatives.
The Independent Group set up by MPs who defected from Labour and the Conservatives has applied to register as a political party in order to be able to fight European elections if they take place this year.
Jeremy Corbyn has blamed “confusion” over meeting plans for his decision to walk out of talks between the Prime Minister and opposition leaders.
Young Britons should be forced to carry out a modern form of “national service” to break down barriers between different parts of society, Chuka Umunna has suggested.
The Independent Group (TIG) of breakaway MPs want to form a rival to the Tories and Labour to fight the next general election.
Breakaway MPs from The Independent Group (TIG) have begun talks with the elections watchdog about becoming a fully-fledged party.
Theresa May is under mounting pressure from Cabinet ministers and junior colleagues to signal that she will not take the UK out of the European Union without a deal on March 29.
The Labour Party has announced it will back a second referendum to prevent a “damaging Tory Brexit” if its withdrawal plan is rejected by MPs this week.
Chuka Umunna has called on voters to join breakaway Labour and Tory MPs in building a new “movement” that represents modern Britain.
Theresa May has been told to “face down” Jacob Rees-Mogg’s European Research Group (ERG) amid warnings more Conservative MPs could defect.
Chuka Umunna seems the “obvious” candidate to lead The Independent Group (TIG) in the Commons, former Tory MP Heidi Allen has indicated.