MPs should be given veto powers on all post-Brexit trade deals, a powerful Commons committee has suggested.
MPs should have their Christmas break cut short so that a key Commons vote on Theresa May’s Brexit deal can be held “as soon as possible”, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Leaving the European Union without an agreement could put public safety “at risk” according to the most senior police chief in the UK.
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A Government minister has accused social media companies of acting like "unruly teenagers" as she called on them to crack down on the spread of suicide and self-harm content online.
Andrea Leadsom has told MPs that a no-deal Brexit will become the "default position" if they fail to back Theresa May's deal.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove is reportedly set to recruit a military planner amid fears of food shortages if there is a no-deal Brexit.
Jean-Claude Juncker is "grotesque" and "ghastly" and his behaviour at least week's EU summit should have prompted an official complaint, Amber Rudd has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he would "go back and negotiate" with Brussels rather than stop Brexit from happening if Labour wins a snap election next year.
Theresa May has been accused of trying to "intimidate" MPs into backing her Brexit deal after it emerged the Government could urge people to change their diets if the UK crashes out of the EU.
A senior member of Theresa May's frontbench has said he would find it "very difficult" to stay in the Cabinet if the Government ended up backing a no-deal Brexit.
Andrea Leadsom has risked a cabinet split by insisting the UK has nothing to fear from a so-called "no-deal Brexit".
A second Brexit referendum could be "plausible" if Theresa May’s deal falls, according to Amber Rudd.
Pro-EU campaigners have lashed out after Government departments were ordered to scrub a claim from dozens of documents that a no-deal Brexit was “unlikely”.
Britain’s major business groups have rounded on ministers’ post-Brexit immigration plan amid fears it could leave firms unable to recruit the staff they need.
The EU has unveiled a set of “damage limitation” measures in case the UK crashes out of the bloc without a Brexit deal.
Responding to the Government’s Immigration White Paper, Punam Birly, Employment & Immigration Partner at KPMG UK said:
The Road Haulage Association warns that plans to set an income-based threshold on immigration after the UK leaves the EU won’t meet the needs of business.
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, the European Commission plans to allow UK and EU operators to maintain the movement of goods between the UK and other EU member states until the end of December 2019.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) has warned that today’s Court of Appeal ruling on the worker status of two Uber drivers shows the UK’s employment status system is not working.
The boss of the powerful Unite trade union has publicly dismissed calls for a second Brexit referendum, saying Labour risks shattering its electoral base if it backs one.
Leaving the EU without a deal would be more catastrophic for the construction industry than the financial crisis of 2008
IPSE, the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed, has welcomed the fall in UK inflation, but warned that government IR35 tax policy is still a major worry for self-employed people.
We need to accelerate the uptake of management apprenticeships and encourage all businesses to invest in the next generation of leaders, says Rob Wall at CMI.