Review our coverage of the EU referendum debate here, after dozens of Conservative rebels took on the government.
Leader of the Labour party Ed Miliband comments on the threat to the government from rebellious Tory MPs ahead of tonight's EU referendum vote.
The prime minister responds to the threat to the government from rebellious Tory MPs ahead of tonight's EU referendum vote.
Foreign secretary William Hague responds to the threat to the government from rebellious Tory MPs ahead of tonight's EU referendum vote.
I cannot deny that the public mood is eurosceptic. But it is also ill-informed.
David Cameron has made a fatal error in enforcing a three-line whip on David Nuttall's EU referendum motion.
Cameron has been trying too hard to have it both ways on Europe.
It often ends up a childish, squabbling mess. But I wouldn't change PMQs for the world.
The last seven days have seen the departure of two politicians, but from two very different frontlines.
The Big Six energy providers are netting huge profits while thousands of consumers are living in fuel poverty. Why is the coalition letting them profit at the expense of consumers?
The prime minister responds to the death of the ex-Libyan leader, Colonel Gaddafi
Labour leader Ed Miliband responds to the death of the ex-Libyan leader, Colonel Gaddafi
Foreign secretary William Hague responds to the death of the ex-Libyan leader, Colonel Gaddafi
Scrubbing up well helps in politics - but it's no substitute for a political brain.
Chuka Umunna Labour's shadow business secretary responds to Vince Cable's admissions that the economy is performing poorly:
Vince Cable assesses the impact of the spending review one year on:
Chief secretary to the treasury Danny Alexander assesses the impact of the spending review one year on:
Alarm bells are only just starting to be raised over the coalition's plans for individual voter registration.
From the expenses scandal to the Werritty scandal, there is but one concern that I have just discovered: some apologies are bigger than others.
Follow this week's PMQs and the debate on Liam Fox with politics.co.uk's live blog.
Ex-defence secretary Liam Fox responds to the civil service's report on his activities:
Cabinet secretary Gus O'Donnell reports on Liam Fox's breach of the ministerial code:
Jim Murphy, Labour's shadow defence secretary, responds to the publication of Gus O'Donnell's report into Liam Fox's dealings with Adam Werritty: