A fresh split has opened up in Labour’s stance on Brexit after the Shadow International Trade Secretary said it would be a “disaster” to seek a customs union agreement with the EU.
Vince Cable has revealed he is co-ordinating with members of the Shadow Cabinet and Conservative backbenchers about pushing back against the Labour and Government positions on Brexit.
Jeremy Corbyn has shut down the prospect of Labour pushing for Britain to remain part of the single market after Brexit.
Liam Fox has opened the door to a post-Brexit transition phase lasting more than two years, saying the length of time is “not a huge deal”.
Liam Fox has written to the BBC to complain formally about its coverage of the UK leaving the European Union.
In a speech today, Environment Secretary Michael Gove set out his vision for the future of the environment after Brexit, restating the Government’s pledge to “leave the environment in a better state than we inherited it.”
Farmers will only get taxpayer subsidies after Brexit if they do more to protect the environment, Michael Gove will say today.
Cabinet ministers have conceded that the free movement of EU citizens into the UK will continue for up to four years after Britain quits the EU, according to a report.
The UK must make clear its position on exit payments to the EU “as quickly as possible”, Brussels’ top Brexit negotiator said today.
The Government spent £1.2m on legal costs in its bid to stop MPs voting to trigger Article 50, it has emerged.
Radio isotopes used in medical procedures are a perishable product - and slow borders will mean cancelled operations, says Lord Teverson.
The Government has outlined how a deal on the ‘acquired rights’ of EU and UK citizens could be agreed, using domestic courts to enforce rights and ruling out a role for the CJEU, but the Bar Council has warned that talks could stall before they start if solutions are not found to some obvious challenges.
EU officials have come to the defence of David Davis after the Brexit Secretary was mocked for his flying visit to Brussels on Monday.
The Westminster Government needs to “raise its game” and give more say to devolved administrations in the Brexit process, a committee of peers has said.
A Government of Ireland minister has accused the UK of having "no leadership" and being politically "incoherent" over Brexit.
The Conservatives are on track to lose the next election because of the rift within the party over Brexit, Tory grandee Lord Heseltine has warned.
David Davis has been criticised after spending barely an hour in Brussels at the start of the latest round of Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May will order her Cabinet ministers to stop briefing against each other in a bid to end the civil war threatening to engulf the Conservative party.
The Government is "sleepwalking" into a "huge set of issues" on the security of the UK's food supply after Brexit, academics have warned.
David Davis will travel to Brussels today for the latest round of Brexit talks with a call for both the UK and EU negotiating teams to "get down to business".
Liam Fox has told his cabinet colleagues to “be very quiet”, “drink less prosecco” and stop briefing against each other.
Writing for PoliticsHome, Labour MP Seema Malhotra urges the Prime Minister to have a realistic strategy in order to get a good deal for Britain.
Tony Blair has said he believes that Britain may not end up leaving the European Union.
Theresa May is considering asking the Labour party to join a cross-party Brexit commission in a bid to cement a consensus on Britain’s demands for leaving the EU, a report has claimed.