"How do you live with yourself?", Amber Rudd was asked in the Commons after her department announced the UK would only be taking in 150 more child refugees.
The Labour leader read texts out to the prime minister that suggested a Conservative council had been given a special deal to avoid raising council tax.
Eight cabinet ministers are at risk of being hacked because they aren't taking enough security precautions on Twitter, a former hacker and tech specialist told BuzzFeed News.
"Invaluable" Revenge Porn Helpline May Turn To Crowdfunding After Losing Government Funding
A helpline launched in 2015 to help victims of revenge porn is at risk of closing down as the government may be about to stop giving it public money.
The Department for Exiting the European Union released its white paper on Brexit on Thursday, but MPs are worried by the lack of detail and accountability.
An analysis of constituency data shows that 120 MPs from Remain seats voted for Article 50, while nine in Leave seats voted against it.
MPs voted on Wednesday night to give the Article 50 bill a second reading by 498 to 114.
Theresa May Says She Didn't Know In Advance About Trump's "Divisive And Wrong" Immigration Ban
The prime minister has denied that she knew about Donald Trump's executive order when she was in Washington DC.
The shadow Brexit secretary urged his party to vote for the bill that would bring Britain one step closer to leaving the EU, as MPs stood divided in the chamber.
The foreign secretary also refused to say if Theresa May knew about the ban on refugees before Trump announced it.
Update: Six Labour MPs have added to calls from charities and the Tory MP Sara Wollaston for Priti Patel to help organisations that provide women with information on abortion.
The Labour leader has expressed condolences to the family of an officer who was shot in north Belfast on Sunday, even though the officer is currently recovering in hospital.
A joint report issued by two parliamentary select committees also found that dress codes including "makeup, high heels, and skirts above the knee" can make workers feel "very uncomfortable, even sexualised by their employer".
"I don’t want to watch 16-year-olds touching each other’s genitals."
To recap: Kim Kardashian is both good and bad; so is Kanye West; pop stars are like suffragettes, except when they're not; the jury is still out on Black Lives Matter.
Analysis by BuzzFeed News shows how Labour MPs are split over freedom of movement, reflecting public confusion over the party's position.
New polling by YouGov, shared exclusively with BuzzFeed News, found deep confusion over Jeremy Corbyn's position on immigration controls.
Geraint Davies MP wants the triggering of Article 50 to be delayed, which he explains in a video by serving tripe instead of chicken to a woman in a "chicken restaurant". Obviously.
Labour MP Alison McGovern said the foreign secretary's remarks were "not helpful" when the international community should be standing up to Putin.
Everything was on fire.