Britain will waive all checks at the Irish border and axe the vast majority of tariffs on imports to the UK under a no-deal Brexit, the Government has confirmed.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to unveil a £100m package to tackle a surge in knife crime after a major Cabinet row over police funding.
Britain must have a "credible" reason to delay Brexit, European Council President Donald Tusk has warned after MPs rejected Theresa May's deal.
Labour has accused Theresa May of "giving up any pretence of leading the country" after she was forced to give Tory MPs a free vote on whether there should be a no-deal Brexit.
Here's how every MP voted in the second Brexit meaningful vote on 12 March 2019 and the first on 15 January 2019.
Theresa May laid out her next steps on Brexit to the Commons after her deal suffered a second humiliating defeat. Jeremy Corbyn said her Brexit deal was "dead".
Theresa May's plans for Brexit have been left in tatters after MPs once again rejected the deal she struck with the European Union.
Theresa May today urged MPs to "have faith with the British people" and back her Brexit deal in a final plea to save her plan.
Theresa May's Brexit plans have been dealt a fatal blow after the DUP and Tory eurosceptics rejected the changes she won from Brussels.
Tory Eurosceptics have taken aim at Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay after Theresa May's last-ditch bid to save her EU deal suffered a major legal blow.
Theresa May's new-look Brexit deal would not prevent the UK from being trapped in the Irish backstop indefinitely against its will, Attorney General Geoffrey Cox has declared.
A raft of senior Brexiteers have called for the meaningful vote to be delayed to allow them to fully examine the details of Theresa May’s new backstop plan.
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A row has broken out after it emerged the Jewish Labour Movement will no longer provide anti-semitism training for party members.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned MPs they will get "no third chance" to make Brexit happen after Theresa May agreed a batch of last-minute changes to her EU deal.
Read Theresa May's statement from Strasbourg as she talked up a string of "legally binding" changes to her Brexit deal and said the Government had delivered on the demands of MPs.
A majority of claimants affected by the Government's “cruel” benefits cap will never be able to return to work, an influential group of MPs has said.
Theresa May has secured "legally binding" changes to her Brexit deal - just hours before MPs will be asked to cast their verdict on it in the Commons.
Former bitter Labour rivals have come together to back Tom Watson's new group of moderate MPs.
Theresa May is flying to Strasbourg in a last-ditch bid to secure a new Brexit deal ahead of a crunch Commons vote.
Universal Credit claimants should be handed compensation if their benefits are not paid on time, a leading conservative think tank has said.
Theresa May's "half-hearted" promise to protect workers' rights after Brexit cannot be enforced, Labour MPs have been warned.
Michael Gove and Boris Johnson have clashed over Theresa May's Brexit deal as the Prime Minister faces another humiliating Commons defeat.
A government minister has said he would be prepared to resign or be sacked if Theresa May does not let Tory MPs vote to stop a no-deal Brexit this week.
Jeremy Hunt has said ISIS bride Shamima Begum knew the consequences of fleeing to Syria to join the terror group, as he defended ministers following her baby’s death.
Brexit could be lost “in the next couple of weeks” if MPs fail to back Theresa May’s deal, Jeremy Hunt has warned.
John McDonnell has said he would be prepared to accept a delay to Brexit for "as long as necessary" in order to strike a deal with the EU.
Theresa May has been told that she faces an “inevitable” defeat in getting her Brexit agreement through the Commons without concessions from the EU on the Northern Ireland backstop.
Ministers are set to implement new price capping powers to prevent a surge in drug prices in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Ministers are reportedly preparing to force Theresa May to announce that she will stand down by the end of June in a bid to win MPs’ support on Brexit.
Two of Jeremy Corbyn's closest aides allegedly moved to block the suspension of a member being investigated for making anti-semitic remarks.
Labour has suspended one of its top candidates for the upcoming local election after he was accused of making anti-semitic comments on social media.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay has launched a bitter attack on Michael Barnier as talks between the UK and EU remained deadlocked.
Ministers have been accused of hiding hundreds of millions of pounds in costs related to Brexit that are set to hit taxpayers and businesses.
Tech giants have accused the Government of putting billions of pounds of investment in the UK economy at risk by planning to slap a new tax on their activities.
A multi-million pound government housing project that has failed to build a single home has not been “an enormous success,” a Tory minister has admitted.