From the Liberal Democrats' Sarah Olney to Labour's Michael Carr.
In what will be Sir Vince Cable’s first conference as party leader, Lib Dem members are heading to Bournemouth for the weekend.
A Petitions Committee petition launched under the previous administration received the 100,000 signatures to be considered for debate.
In June’s snap election, the Liberal Democrat made a net gain of four seats, but they can do much better in 2022.
Nicola Sturgeon’s SNP are currently the third largest party in terms of seats. Here are Britain’s seven best third-party general election performances.
A recent YouGov live poll suggests that the public think it is more democratic for MPs to vote for what they believe than follow a party whip system.
A newly released YouGov poll offers hope to the Liberal Democrats and new leader Sir Vince Cable.
A new YouGov poll suggests that the prime minister’s unpopularity has depleted over the summer.
In the event of an early election, these are the seats Theresa May will need to retain to stay in power.
A new Survation poll, conducted for the Mail on Sunday, post Labour ahead of the Tories.
Tottenham Hotspur star Christian Eriksen is reportedly on the radar of Bayern Munich.
The red-hot Sudanese striker was linked to Leeds United not too long ago.
Steven Gerrard briefly played for Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers on Saturday.
The Liverpool captain didn't have a great game on Friday night.
Ex-Rangers defender Alan Hutton remains a free agent after leaving Aston Villa.
The Tottenham Hotspur star has managed only 30 minutes of Premier League football this season.
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers and Celtic were linked with him earlier in 2019.
Leeds United striker Eddie Nketiah may end up heading elsewhere.
Celtic's Kristoffer Ajer is being questioned by local media in Norway.
Celtic seemingly won't be bringing Tommy Johnson back to the club.
On Friday, Henry Bolton was elected UKIP's new leader. Who is Bolton and what does he stand for?
A new YouGov/Times poll suggests that 26% of voters who backed Tim Farron’s party in June would now vote for Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour.
The BBC has reported that House of Commons Speaker has called on the House of Lords’ numbers to be cut.