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French President Emmanual Macron has said he’s “not sure” that an UK-EU trade deal can be reached by the end of the year.
Labour had the "right policy" on Brexit at the general election despite its heavy defeat at the hands of voters, Sir Keir Starmer has said.
Boris Johnson will refuse to agree to what he sees as "ridiculous" demands from the European Union to align with the bloc's rules on workers' rights and tax in order to strike a trade deal.
All avenues of the Consultative Referendum should be explored now, and the Scottish Government should be decisive and not dither as it did over the Section 30 request
British ministers should not "kid themselves" about the level of access to EU markets that the City of London will have in any post-Brexit trade deal, Michel Barnier has declared.
Michael Gove has told businesses to get ready for "inevitable" border checks in the wake of Brexit as the Government confirmed plans to bring in import controls from next year.
Liz Truss has set out plans to slash tariffs on US goods post-Brexit as well as protecting UK industries from cheap imports from other countries.
Philip Hammond and Ken Clarke have both been nominated for peerages by Boris Johnson despite the pair being kicked out of the Conservative Party for opposing him on Brexit, it has emerged.
Behind the rhetorical flourishes, Britain and the EU are gearing up for a major tussle over a post-Brexit trade deal. Matt Honeycombe-Foster digs into the detail
Boris Johnson has accused Donald Trump of “letting the air out of the tyres of the world economy” by entering into a trade war with China.
European fishing boats must have access to UK waters in return for a comprehensive free trade agreement with Brussels, Michel Barnier has declared.
Nissan will pull out of mainland Europe and instead focus on its UK plant if Brexit leads to tariffs on car exports, it has been reported.
Boris Johnson will today set himself on a fresh collision course with Brussels by insisting the UK will not accept EU rules as the price of a tariff-free trade deal.
Leo Varadkar has urged Boris Johnson to "tone down the nationalistic rhetoric" as the Prime Minister prepares to make a speech calling for "no alignment" with the European Union after Brexit.
Dominic Raab has rejected a claim from the EU's Michel Barnier that the Brexit agreement makes customs checks in the Irish Sea "indispensable".
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, has praised the "strength of our unrivalled ties" he defended his "tough" approach to Brexit negotiations.
Boris Johnson said Britain had "taken back the tools of self-government" as Britain formally left the European Union after years of political drama.
Tony Blair has called on the UK to “make the best” of Brexit as he conceded the time is not right to push to rejoin the European Union.
With the UK on the way out of the European Union, you might expect Steve Baker to be feeling triumphant. Instead, the Brexiteer feels a degree of “melancholy” at the events of the past three years. Sebastian Whale talks to colleagues past and present about the Wycombe MP; the reluctant ‘Brexit hardman’ who played a crucial role in marshalling Eurosceptics in parliament. Photography by Baldo Sciacca
Keir Starmer has said he would undo Boris Johnson’s push to end European freedom of movement if he became Prime Minister.
Businesses will face more regulations and bureaucracy when trading with the EU after Brexit, Michael Gove has admitted.
The EU needs to recognise the mutual advantage of coming to a comprehensive Free Trade Agreement with a friendly neighbour, says Owen Paterson MP.
The same patriotic optimism that led the UK into the European Union must now be applied to what comes next, says Labour MP Peter Kyle.
The UK will officially exit the European Union at 11pm on Friday night, more than three and half years since the public voted to leave, so how did we finally get here?
Brexit will herald "the dawn of a new era" which will spread opportunity across the UK, according to Boris Johnson.