Ireland’s deputy prime minister has urged Britain not to take for granted the chances of a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations in the coming days.
October 31st marked Bitcoin’s tenth birthday. To celebrate, The House and investment platform eToro held a reception in Parliament to discuss the issues around cryptos and the blockchain technology that underpins them. Geoffrey Lyons reports.
Dominic Raab has provoked fury after admitting he did not fully understand the importance of the trade route between Dover and Calais.
Britain would only face “hiccups” if it crashes out of the European Union without a deal, David Davis insisted today.
A senior peer and adviser to Jeremy Corbyn has thrown his full weight behind calls for a second referendum on Brexit.
The Government is boosting its refrigerated capacity to store medicines in case Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, the Health Secretary has admitted.
A Brexit deal has edged closer after senior ministers were invited to read a draft copy of the withdrawal agreement the UK is set to strike with Brussels.
Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) is getting into the festive spirit with the return of its Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour, ‘Holidays are coming’ TV advert and special limited-edition packs.
The leading European event focused on the recycling and recovery of used plastics, IdentiPlast, is returning to London on 7 and 8 March 2019. Under the overarching theme of 'Plastics, Sustainability and Society', the event will bring together industry representatives from all over the globe.
IPSE (the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed) is delighted to announce that it is beginning partnerships with Leeds Arts University and the University of Westminster – as well as renewing its partnership with Birkbeck University.
Theresa May is facing calls from her entire Cabinet to reveal the legal advice she receives on her proposed Brexit deal before they sign up to it.
DUP MPs will not shy away from voting down Theresa May’s Brexit deal even if it forces a general election, the party’s chief whip has said.
An engineering firm testing cladding on government buildings in the wake of the Grenfell fire were banned from criticising the Prime Minister, it has emerged.
Theresa May has been criticised after an apparent government plan to sell her Brexit deal to the public was released.
Labour will not vote for a "blind Brexit" which does not make clear what the UK's future relationship with the EU will look like, Keir Starmer has said.
The vast majority of Momentum members want Labour MPs to vote down Theresa May's Brexit deal, it has emerged.
Theresa May has told her Cabinet she is confident of agreeing a Brexit deal - but insisted that it "will not be done at any cost" to the UK.
John McDonnell and Keir Starmer have launched a charm offensive amid claims that dozens of Labour MPs could rebel and back Theresa May's Brexit deal.
A majority of British voters would back staying in the European Union if the 2016 Brexit referendum were to be held again, a new poll has found.
MPs have called on the Government to urgently reform the "pointlessly cruel" regime of sanctions introduced as part of the Universal Credit system.
Philip Hammond has reignited a funding row after he urged teachers unhappy with a £50,000 Budget cash boost for “little extras” to pass the money on to other schools.
When the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee anounced its fake news inquiry last year, the MPs on the panel had no idea what they were getting themselves in for.
Bosses will not have to carry out fresh checks on EU nationals working in Britain after a no-deal Brexit, a minister has confirmed - less than a week after saying the opposite.
Dublin has heaped scorn on Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab’s demand for Britain to be able to pull out of a deal on the Irish border after three months.