Shadow Foreign Secretary Emily Thornberry joined HuffPost UK's Paul Waugh to talk about the Labour party's position on Brexit, how she found facing Boris Johnson in the Commons and how she thinks the party should get more women into politics.
Former PM says Johnson should give Tory rebels a way back into the party.
With the Commons now suspended for five weeks, Boris Johnson’s controversial plans to force through Brexit on October 31 enters the courts. Scotland’s highest court has ruled that prorogation was unlawful but what will the Supreme Court make of it? While Johnson fights the law, Jeremy Corbyn is fighting members of his own party to hold the line. Labour former cabinet minister, Lord Charlie Falconer and former Tory special adviser to Sajid Javid, Salma Shah speak with Arj and Paul about the week in Westminster.
The Commons speaker said it would be 'the most terrible example to set the rest of society'.
"This is not a standard or normal prorogation," Speaker John Bercow said, as Labour MPs held up signs saying "silenced".
Sixth Commons defeat in six days. PM lashes out at opposition's "cowardice" as Labour, Lib Dems, SNP and rebel Tories outflank him.
Can the prime minister get a new lease of life with a general election?
Boris Johnson defeated in the Commons again as MPs back moves to force publication of 'Operation Yellowhammer' documents and internal communications about the suspension of parliament.
This letter comes days after the PM used similar language in the Commons.
Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg reveals latest move a day after the government lost vote for a snap poll.