Tory MPs threaten mass walk-out if manifesto backs no-deal Brexit
Damian Green tells prime minister the stance would be 'unacceptable' to dozens of members of the 'One Nation' group
Supreme Court judge takes apparent swipe at Boris Johnson
Senior judge laments ‘the other sort of male student, who wasn’t particularly interested in doing much in the way of work’
Johnson appears to contradict own claim prorogation 'not about Brexit'
Former cabinet minister Amber Rudd says PM 'can't have it both ways'
Against the wishes of No 10, the rule of law has come out on top
The judges today applied the law ‘without fear or favour’ – and it would be utterly wrong for anyone to suggest they would ever do otherwise
Why judges ruled against Boris Johnson on prorogation
Decision to suspend parliament was motivated by 'improper' desire to avoid MPs' scrutiny, court finds
Johnson tried to escape scrutiny, but Scottish judges had other ideas
Sadly for Johnson and his allies it is as yet impossible for him to give the judges a couple of months off. He is like a naughty schoolboy finally facing up to the consequences of breaking the rules
Corbyn requests meeting with Queen to stop parliamentary suspension
Labour leader warns monarch of danger that the royal prerogative is being used ‘directly against the wishes of a majority of the House of Commons’
Commons to be suspended ahead of 14 October Queen’s Speech
Announcement denounced as ‘constitutional outrage' by Commons speaker John Bercow