Theresa May was deluged with calls to take students out of immigration numbers and to scrap her 100,000 target today after she bowed to Cabinet ministers by easing the rules for NHS doctors from overseas.
Some 35 Scottish Nationalist MPs stage a walkout in the House of Commons in front of prime minister Theresa May on Wednesday, in protest at what they saw as the UK government's lack of debate over powers for Scotland after Brexit. The group had demanded more time to debate the issue, which they say will see more powers returned from Brussels to London, than to the parliament in Edinburgh.
UK prime minister Theresa May avoided defeat on a Brexit bill on Tuesday, when it was backed by a majority of 324 votes to 298 in the House of Commons. The majority was secured after she agreed to address ongoing concerns about the parliament's role in the final Brexit negotiations. The votes continue on Wednesday.