The Government’s “extreme” plan for Brexit could cause a shortage of strawberries at Wimbledon, Vince Cable has warned.
The UK is to withdraw from a fishing deal which has allowed other European countries to access British waters for decades.
Theresa May's inflexibility has "hamstrung" the UK's attempts to get a good Brexit deal, according to a former adviser to George Osborne and David Davis.
Jeremy Corbyn has sacked three of his frontbench team and seen another quit after dozens of Labour MPs rebelled against him on Brexit.
Cold-shouldered by EU leaders, under pressure from Westminster and her cabinet – Theresa May’s task of delivering Brexit just got tougher, writes George Parker
The European Union could face a €20bn funding gap after Britain leaves the bloc, a Brussels official revealed yesterday.
With Brexit presenting one of the largest legislative challenges in modern times, the Lord Chief Justice Lord Thomas encourages parliament to look to the Law Commission to help.
Philip Hammond has taken a swipe at Boris Johnson in a speech in Germany.
The Australian government has issued a strong warning against a “no deal” outcome to the Brexit negotiations, saying it is “the last thing” the world economy needs.
In his op-ed for PoliticsHome, Chuka Umunna explains why he has joined the numerous MPs to have tabled a cross party amendment to “give MPs the power to stand up to the Government” during Brexit negotiations.
European leaders have reacted with disappointment to Theresa May's latest offer on guaranteeing the rights of EU citizens in the UK after Brexit.
Theresa May has revealed talks are underway for her to become the first Conservative prime minister since Margaret Thatcher to address the European Parliament.
Theresa May has urged EU citizens currently living in the UK not to leave – and pledged that "no families will be split up" as a result of Brexit.
Thousands of European criminals could be thrown out of Britain after Brexit, under plans to be set out by Theresa May today.
A top Conservative minister has said Labour should not challenge Theresa May’s goals for Brexit, and argued the job of the Opposition is to support the Government throughout the negotiations.
Recent “calamitous” mistakes by Conservative prime ministers have left the UK “in a mess”, a former Tory Cabinet minister has said.
Free trade deals will 48 of the world's poorest countries will continue after Brexit, the Government has announced.
MPs are planning to form a cross-party alliance to block any proposals for a ‘hard’ Brexit, according to a new report.
Broadcasters should be “patriotic” about Brexit, Leader of the Commons Andrea Leadsom has said after being challenged on the Government’s plans for leaving the European Union.
Donald Tusk has attacked Theresa May’s over her offer on EU citizens' rights, branding it “below expectation”.
Senior European figures have branded Theresa May’s offer aimed at protecting the right of EU citizens as “not sufficient” and “vague”, calling on the Prime Minister to go further.
More than three million EU nationals would be given the right to stay in the UK after Brexit under plans unveiled by Theresa May.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has added his voice to calls for the Government to reach out to other political parties to arrive at a common position on Brexit.
The Welsh Conservative leader has upped the pressure on Theresa May over Brexit, calling for a guarantee Wales will not lose “a single pound” as a result of leaving the EU.