By Kate Whannel
By Mark Devenport
BBC News NI Political Editor
Former Conservative PM says he has “misgivings about what is being proposed” by the government’s plans to overrule the withdrawal agreement.
By Marie Jackson
By Francesca Gillett & Lucy Webster
Former prime minister David Cameron has said a government minister should host the climate conference.
It's been more than three years since the UK voted to leave the European Union but now it's about to happen.
By Manish Pandey
Half-year profits at management consultancy Mind Gym more than trebled after it capitalises on company overhauls and the recent spate of high-profile workplace harassment scandals.
The firm saw pre-tax profits climb to £3.9m in the six months to the end of September from £1.1m after revenues rose 24%.
Boss Octavius Black - not a Harry Potter character but one of David Cameron's old Eton school friends - said the firm has continued to see demand for its services surge amid a number of "shocking" examples of poor corporate culture.
As the UK heads for its third election in four years, here's a look back at some of the things that got us here.