Instead of denying problems and delays, ministers should learn from their mistakes, says Labour's Liz Kendall.
Leicester West MP Liz Kendall says she has been reselected by Labour party members in her constituency to be their candidate at the next general election.
BBC East Midlands political editor Tony Roe said there had been rumours Kendall, who stood against Jeremy Corbyn for the party leadership in 2015, could face a deselection attempt.
MPs last night voted to ask the EU to delay Brexit beyond the current 29 March departure date.
The government motion passed by 413 to 202 with backing from East Midlands MPs Sir Patrick McLoughlin, Sir Alan Duncan, Anna Soubry, John Mann, Dennis Skinner, Ruth George, Nicky Morgan, Ken Clarke, Alberto Costa, Edward Argar, Chris Leslie, Lilian Greenwood, Margaret Beckett, Toby Perkins and Keith Vaz.Copyright: EPA
MPs from our region who voted against the motion included Nigel Mills, Andrew Bridgen, Heather Wheeler, Mark Spencer, Pauline Latham, Maggie Throup, Ben Bradley, Lee Rowley and Robert Jenrick.
You can check how your MP voted on this page.
It was another dramatic night in the House of Commons last night as MPs voted to reject a no-deal Brexit under any circumstances.
East Midlands MPs voting in favour of ruling it out included Dennis Skinner, Liz Kendall, Anna Soubry, Ruth George, Chris Williamson, Margaret Beckett, Keith Vaz, Chris Leslie, Lilian Greenwood and Ken Clarke.Copyright: PA
MPs from our region who voted against the motion included Patrick McLoughlin, Nicky Morgan, Sir Alan Duncan, Edward Argar, Nigel Mills, Andrew Bridgen, Pauline Latham, Maggie Throup, Ben Bradley, Robert Jenrick, Mark Spencer and Lee Rowley.
You can see how your MP voted on this page.
Tonight MPs will regroup to vote on whether to ask the EU for permission to delay Brexit.
One way to avoid a "Parliamentary fix-up" over Brexit would be an Irish-style "citizens' assembly of ordinary people" to set the questions, say Liz Kendall.
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Prominent MPs from three parties, including Leicester West's Liz Kendall, have called for a Commons-wide solution to NHS funding.
They are urging the government to convert National Insurance into a specific tax for the NHS.
Ms Kendall said: "It is unusual that there are politicians from three different parties here but I think it shows the degree of determination that we can't let this issue go unaddressed."
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Several MPs wore tributes to suffragettes during a special House of Commons debate this afternoon to mark 100 years since the law that let women vote for the first time.
Leicester West MP Liz Kendall said "the fight for equality never ends" and called for more rights for female carers.Copyright: BBC
A statue of Leicester suffragette Alice Hawkins was unveiled in the city's Market Square yesterday.
Around 1,000 people - including Leicester MP Liz Kendall - turned out for the event, which coincided with the centenary of the 1918 act that gave men and women equal rights to vote.
The celebrations included a march from Leicester's Secular Hall and a re-enactment of an Alice Hawkins soapbox speech.Copyright: PACopyright: PACopyright: PA
You can read more about the shoe factory machinist who led the women's suffrage movement in the city here.
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An MP has accused foreign secretary Boris Johnson of putting his own ambitions before the needs of patients and the NHS.Copyright: AFP/Getty Images
Mr Johnson was rebuked by Theresa May on Tuesday for publicly calling for more money for the health service after Brexit.
Liz Kendall, MP for Leicester West, said: "You know this is all about Boris Johnson trying to get headlines because he still wants to be Prime Minister of this country.
"People know it is all about him and that is what, I feel, a lot of people in the NHS will feel aggrieved about".
The BBC understands Mr Johnson did not end up mentioning "specific" amounts of cash at Tuesday's cabinet meeting.
A number of East Midlands MPs have added their signatures to a cross-party letter calling on Justice Secretary David Lidington to urgently investigate the decision to release sex attacker John Worboys on parole.
Former black-cab driver Worboys is believed to have carried out more than 100 rapes and sexual assaults on women and his release has been condemned by victims' groups and charities.
Lilian Greenwood (Nottingham South), Liz Kendall (Leicester West), Toby Perkins (Chesterfield), Ruth George (High Peak) and Vernon Coaker (Gedling) are among 58 MPs that signed the letter.Copyright: Metropolitan Police
It reads: "We are concerned at the management of his application for release and the MoJ's role in this regard, and the questions this may raise for victims and survivors of serious sexual assault."
The chairman of the parole board has said the decision had been "carefully considered" and the panel was "confident" the 60-year-old would not reoffend.