Labour is ready to negotiate a Brexit “that works for both sides”, Jeremy Corbyn has declared ahead of a meeting with EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
Theresa May’s plan for Brexit could “fall apart like a chocolate orange” if she fails to hold Government departments together through the process, the head of the National Audit Office has warned.
King Felipe of Spain has faced criticism after telling MPs and peers that his country and Britain must reach an "arrangement" over Gibraltar.
Top Tory minister Damian Green was humiliated today after being slapped down by a government quango for fudging the announcement of a key fiscal report.
Damian Green has hit back at “scaremongering” claims that quitting Euratom could threaten cancer treatment, amid growing Tory pressure to stay members of the EU’s nuclear regulator.
The Children’s Commissioner for England has written to EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, pleading with him not to use children and families as a “bargaining chip” during Brexit talks.
The top Brexit negotiator in Brussels shot back at Boris Johnson today after the Foreign Secretary said the EU could “go whistle” if it wants a big financial settlement.
Labour MP Albert Owen writes ahead of his parliamentary debate on 'Negotiations on future Euratom membership'.
Former West Country farmer & MEP, Neil Parish MP, writes in advance of the election for Chair of the Environment Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee, in which he is a candidate. He writes 'It’s vital that Select Committees engage with, and contribute to, the development of government policy throughout this Brexit parliament'.
The Government has "no plan" in place for leaving the European Union without striking a Brexit deal, Boris Johnson has revealed.
Australia's Prime Minister has said his government wants to strike a trade deal with the UK "as quickly as possible" after Brexit - but not until after they have reached a similar agreement with the EU.
The boss of the Vote Leave campaign has hit out at government “morons” who argue the UK must quit an EU nuclear energy body after Brexit.
MPs opposed to a hard Brexit have formed an all-party parliamentary group in a fresh bid to coordinate opposition to the Government’s strategy for leaving the European Union.
Theresa May’s proposals for European citizens’ rights after Brexit “would cast a dark cloud of vagueness and uncertainty” if implemented, the European Parliament’s chief negotiator has said.
The head of the UK’s biggest business group has warned that rushing into a trade deal with the US after Brexit could be counterproductive.
Brexit may never happen, according to would-be Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable.
A string of Conservative former ministers have broken cover to criticise Theresa May over her vow to break ties with a key European court after Brexit.
David Cameron's former top spin doctor has launched a furious attack on the Government's approach to Brexit - and warned it could turn into "a walk in the cemetery".
Cross-party action is needed to ease the pain of funding health services – and it’s time to take ideas from everyone’s manifesto, says Sarah Wollaston. The Conservative MP talks to Sebastian Whale about her bid to be re-appointed as Health Select Committee chair
It is impossible for Britain to quit the EU single market but continue “frictionless” trade with the bloc, the top Brussels negotiator has said in a clear dig at Theresa May.
Liam Fox has torn into the media over coverage of Brexit, claiming that “some elements” want the UK to fail in its negotiations with Brussels.
The UK’s top judge has called on ministers to act quickly to confirm mutual recognition of British and EU court judgements will continue after Brexit.
The UK’s Brexit negotiating team are reportedly planning to ditch plans for a “have cake and eat it” approach in which Britain seeks unfettered single market access without trade-offs on areas such as immigration.
The Government’s “extreme” plan for Brexit could cause a shortage of strawberries at Wimbledon, Vince Cable has warned.