The prime minister – or MPs – must overhaul parliament's feeble Brexit scrutiny.
Watering down scrutiny of changes to rights and regulations would be the opposite of parliament ‘taking back control’.
MPs and peers need to make sure that Parliament is ready to take on new functions and adapt old ways of working to be ready for a post-Brexit reality
How to reconcile the commitments in the Withdrawal Agreement with the sovereignty of Parliament.
We explain the legislation which allowed the UK to leave the EU, how much time was spent debating it and why it was needed.
Indicative votes are votes by MPs on a series of non-binding resolutions. We explain why the government allowed MPs indicative votes on Brexit.
This explainer looks at parliament’s consideration of the Brexit deal.
To mark five years since the referendum, we brought together people who had front-row seats to, this remarkable period in British politics.
Many of the conventions and procedures of parliament have been stretched, altered or broken by Brexit.
Rt Hon Hilary Benn MP, Chair of the Committee on Exiting the EU, discussed the pressure Brexit is putting on parliament.