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.
Tony Blair has said European Union leaders are willing to be flexible on freedom of movement of people to stop Britain leaving the bloc.
Theresa May has rejected calls for a former Labour minister to be sacked as a government adviser after he warned Brexit could be the biggest mistake since the appeasement of Adolf Hitler.
Britain will continue making payments to the European Union after Brexit, David Davis admitted yesterday.
Conservative MPs have called for Lord Adonis to be sacked as a government adviser after he said Brexit could be as big a mistake as the appeasement of Adolf Hitler.
Brexit could be the UK's biggest mistake since the appeasement of Hitler in the 1930s, according to a former Labour Cabinet minister.
“This repeal bill is the start of the mammoth task of transposing EU law on to the UK statute books,” Chair of the Bar Andrew Langdon QC said of the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill, published today.
An estimated 80% of environmental policies in the UK are shaped by the EU, says CPRE.
Nicola Sturgeon and Carwyn Jones have threatened to derail the Government's flagship Brexit bill and accused Theresa May of mounting a "power grab" on Scotland and Wales.
Equality and Human Rights Commission Chair David Isaac has commented on the publication of the European Union Withdrawal Bill.
Theresa May has set herself on a collision course with Labour after it emerged the Charter of Fundamental Rights will not be transferred into UK law after Brexit.
As Leader of the Commons in a hung Parliament, Andrea Leadsom faces a huge task to build consensus for the government’s Brexit plans. She talks to Kevin Schofield about reaching out to the Opposition, her relationship with No.10 and why she remains firmly behind Theresa May
The row over UK nuclear safety after Brexit stepped up a notch this morning as new minister Steve Baker insisted Britain must quit Euratom when it leaves the EU.
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'.