Political parties will “reap the whirlwind of public anger” if the Government backslides on key elements of Brexit, an ex-minister recently sacked by Theresa May has warned.
Philip Hammond has called for jobs, economic growth and prosperity to be the Government's priorities in the forthcoming Brexit negotiations.
The UK will begin negotiating the terms of its departure from the European Union this Monday, the Government has confirmed.
Cabinet ministers have reportedly urged Theresa May to shake up her Brexit negotiating strategy by ensuring she prioritises jobs over more stringent controls on immigration.
Philip Hammond will today move to reassure businesses about post-Brexit infrastructure spending, committing to protect funding once the UK leaves the EU.
Nicola Sturgeon has written to Theresa May to say the UK Government no longer has the mandate to take Britain out of the EU single market.
A Labour frontbencher has claimed Britain would have to accept “some element” of free movement in order to retain “impediment-free” access to the single market after Brexit.
David Cameron has called on Theresa May to work with other parties in forming Britain’s plan for Brexit in the wake of last week’s election result.
The President of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Dr Chris Tufnell spoke to PoliticsHome about the challenges facing the UK veterinary sector after Brexit.
French president Emmanuel Macron has said the option for the UK to remain in the EU is "always open" until the Brexit negotiations are concluded.
A prominent Brexiteer who accused David Cameron of "polishing poo" over his EU renegotiation has been handed a plum job overseeing Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc.
A recent survey by the British Plastics Federation (BPF) shows that the industry remains reliant upon EU workers — especially temporary workers — and that Brexit has encouraged many companies to consider automating some roles.
Michael Gove has said the Government must do more to make sure it has the “maximum possible consensus” on its plans for Brexit in light of last week’s election result.
Theresa May's new chief of staff has identified austerity and Brexit as key factors behind the Conservatives' general election losses.
Two ministers at the Brexit department have left their posts in Theresa May’s post-election reshuffle – just days before negotiations with the European Union are set to begin.
Nicola Sturgeon today claimed that Theresa May's plans for a hard Brexit were "dead in the water" as she demanded she be given a say on the impending negotiations with Brussels.
David Davis has admitted Brexit talks could be delayed beyond 19 June, contradicting Theresa May's repeated claims the negotiations would start "11 days" after the general election.
Barry Gardiner has suggested that Labour could back the UK's continued membership of the single market after Brexit - a day after John McDonnell ruled it out.
A former boss of the official Vote Leave campaign has urged MPs not to backslide on delivering Brexit after last week's shock general election result.
Delivering Brexit must be the first task of the new parliament - hung parliament or not, says Gisela Stuart.
An expert panel of business leaders, economists, and policy experts hosted by Mineral Products Association urged Government to build stronger links with UK industry if it wants to get the right Brexit deal.
Labour has ruled out seeking to preserve Britain’s membership of the EU single market despite calls for the Government to soften its Brexit stance following the general election.
The Conservatives should “look again” at its plans for leaving the European Union in light of the general election result, Ruth Davidson has said.
Brexit negotiations could be delayed while the UK works out how to handle last night’s shock election result, the EU has said.