Two thirds of young people believe Brexit should be abandoned, according to a new poll, in an apparent “wake-up call” to the Government.
David Davis has said he doesn’t need to “be very clever” or “know that much” in order to be Brexit Secretary.
Top DUP MP Ian Paisley has boasted that Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar was “done over” by his party, the UK and the EU in the Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May will today hail a “new sense of optimism” in the Brexit talks as her landmark withdrawal deal looks set to unlock trade negotiations with the EU.
Iran has postponed a fresh court hearing for jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe after Boris Johnson paid a visit to the country.
Jeremy Corbyn and John McDonnell have argued the £612m pension fund for MPs should end its investments in fossil fuels.
A prominent Conservative MP has unveiled plans for a “Cabinet” of party members in a bid to revamp the Tory policymaking process.
Royal Mail has triggered a major row between the two sides of the EU debate after it decided not to print a special set of stamps to celebrate Brexit.
MPs are calling on the Government to speed up plans to stamp out cold calling pension scams.
A Labour government could move the Bank of England to Birmingham, under radical new plans being considered by the party.
A former head of the civil service has quit a top NHS job in protest at government under-funding.
David Davis has sparked a diplomatic row with the Irish government after he claimed the Brexit deal struck by Theresa May last week was not legally binding.
Boris Johnson ended his head-to-head with Iranian president Hassan Rouhani with no announcement about jailed British mother Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
A host of senior shadow ministers have said Britain must follow a ‘soft Brexit’ by retaining full access to and the benefits of the single market and customs union.
A pro-Brexit Conservative MP has revealed he was assured by ministers that the crucial concession Theresa May made to Brussels to clinch her Brexit deal “doesn’t mean anything”.
David Davis today said the Government wants a “Canada plus, plus, plus” trade deal with the EU after Brexit.
Keir Starmer refused three times to rule out Labour backing a second referendum on Brexit.
A cross-party group of MPs are pushing for an amendment that would enshrine the promise of a "truly meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal into law.
Downing Street told top Brexit supporters a key concession in the breakthrough deal struck between Theresa May and the EU this week was “meaningless,” it has been claimed.
Theresa May was forced to step in and separate her Chancellor and Defence Secretary after a blazing row broke out between the pair in the Commons, it has been reported.
Boris Johnson is today due to meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on his second day visiting the country.
The Government is poised to back a bill that would allow straight couples to enter into civil partnerships, it has been reported.
Universities will be able to offer two-year degrees in a bid to save students some £5,500 on tuition fees, the Government has announced.
Richard Ratcliffe has said he is “waiting on tenterhooks and biting his nails” as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson flies to Iran to try to release his wife Nazanin from prison.
Grammar schools are “contrary to the notion of the common good”, the Archbishop of Canterbury said yesterday.
The Labour party wants a close post-Brexit relationship with the European Union, Jeremy Corbyn said yesterday - as he came under pressure from Labour MPs to toughen his pro-EU stance.
Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said the UK could succeed even if no bespoke trade deal can be agreed with the European Union after Brexit.
Full negotiations on a post-Brexit trade deal between Britain and the European Union will only begin after March 2019, it has been claimed.
Theresa May – buoyed by finally making “sufficient progress” on Brexit – is to confront Cabinet Brexiteers over their vision for Britain’s departure from the EU.
Michael Gove has said the British people will be able to change Theresa May’s Brexit deal at the next general election.
A string of Conservative MPs who support Brexit have lined up to voice concerns over the deal Theresa May struck with the EU today.
Read PoliticsHome's breakdown of the key principles agreed between the EU and UK on citizens’ rights, the Irish border and the so-called 'divorce bill'.
Hardcore eurosceptics have blasted the "humiliating" deal Theresa May struck with Brussels this morning.
Britain and the European Union have finally agreed a Brexit divorce bill of between £35bn and £39bn.
Theresa May has finally struck a deal with Brussels which will allow trade talks between Britain and the European Union to begin within weeks.
Theresa May taking on the role of Prime Minister was like a Muslim taking a job in a pig slaughter house, the former Conservative party chair has said.