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.
Associate Professor of Management Studies at University of Exeter Business School, Prof Will Harvey, reflects on pledges in the Conservative Manifesto on immigration. He writes that "UK immigration policy needs to consider the pressure on jobs, infrastructure, welfare and other areas of the economy and society".
UK retains its position as the leading destination for foreign direct investment in Europe, but with Germany ‘hot on its heels’, warns EY.
The Director General of the German Employers Association (BDA), Steffen Kampeter, has said that a politicised Brexit decision will not limit trade between the UK and the European Union, insisting that a good trade deal is required.
The summit on May 18th will launch the Brexit Exchange programme, a forum for UK and European businesses to set out their requirements for Brexit and influence the negotiations.
For the sake of Britain’s economy, and soul, Theresa May must immediately and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU citizens currently residing in the UK, says Yanis Varoufakis
By the end of March 2019, the UK will no longer be part of the European Union, that much is clear. Beyond that, much remains little more than speculation, says Laura Cameron, advising on health and safety implications of Brexit in Safety Management.
Lords Butler, Wilson and Turnbull have decades of experience serving alongside prime ministers as they negotiate with Brussels. But as Britain prepares for the toughest talks yet, what do the three former Cabinet Secretaries make of Theresa May’s emerging strategy? They speak to Robert Orchard.
Bidding has started to find a new home for the European Medical Agency (EMA) which employs 900 people at its London HQ, says Dods Monitoring Consultant, Bruce Reilly.
A new report from the British Veterinary Association shows how important the UK veterinary workforce will be to ensuring the future of post-Brexit animal welfare.
Labour is struggling to find a coherent voice on Brexit, Gisela Stuart fears. As she leaves the Commons after 20 years, the ex-Vote Leave chair reflects on the challenge facing her party – and calls for a debate focused on national renewal
Dods Monitoring Political Consultant Sabine Tyldesley examines the impact of Brexit on the UK’s future role in European security and law enforcement cooperation.
Overall the UK retains its position as the second most competitive tax regime, but the UK has dropped from first to fifth amongst the non-UK companies surveyed.
Commenting on the European Council’s draft negotiation guidelines published today, Chris Cummings Chief Executive of the Investment Association, said: