The Prime Minister speaks to MPs in the wake of yesterday’s attack.
The authorities are trying to establish whether the attacker was working alone or with accomplices.
She delivered her statement in Downing Street.
The Leader of the House tells MPs that a police officer has been stabbed.
The malign old cadger’s deadly influence lives on.
The former Education Secretary says she knows from experience that “there’s only so much brain space” for reforms.
The First Minister says “my manifesto speaks for itself”.
She agrees with the Prime Minister that, “to have a fair referendum, the people of Scotland need to know what Brexit looks like”.
“The United States has been treated very, very unfairly by many countries over the years and that’s going to stop.”
The Speaker informs the House of Commons that it has become law.
“I don’t think the Right Honourable Gentleman has quite got the hang of this.”
She says she voted against her conscience to honour the referendum outcome, but is making a stand for Parliamentary sovereignty.
“The evidence is that a majority of the Scottish people do not want a second independence referendum.”
The Brexit Secretary urges MPs to keep the Bill clear and straightforward.
“I want to see us looking forward as a family of nations”, says the Foreign Office Minister.