Responding to the renewed interest in the life of the Eurosceptic Labour politician Peter Shore, the authors have produced a timely reappraisal of a man of principle, writes Nick Thomas-Symonds MP
The next round of Brexit trade talks has been cancelled as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Ministers have spent more than £4bn preparing for Brexit, according to a new report by the government spending watchdog.
A row has erupted after the EU's chief Brexit negotiator accused the UK of planning to ditch its commitment to human rights.
Michel Barnier has warned there are "serious divergences" between the UK and the EU following the first round of talks on Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the bloc.
Brexit has reignited debate about the return of the Elgin Marbles. Their return to Greece may happen sooner than we realise, writes Margaret Ferrier MP.
Ministers have defended the decision to ditch an EU-wide agreement on the speedy extradition of criminals after Brexit.
The Goverment has finally published its opening gambit in talks on the UK's future relationship with the EU. But what's it actually pitching? PolHome's Matt Honeycombe-Foster takes a look
The UK government has warned the EU it is prepared to walk away from trade talks in June unless clear progress is being made in the negotiations.
The UK and EU are on a fresh collision course after Number 10 cast doubt on the Brexit deal struck by Boris Johnson last year.
A war of words between Downing Street and Brussels has erupted after the EU said it would not agree a post-Brexit trade deal with the UK "at any cost".
Boris Johnson will prioritise "taking back control" of the UK's laws from Brussels over agreeing a free trade deal with the EU, it has emerged.
Boris Johnson last night released a photograph of himself posing with new blue post-Brexit British passport.
For the first time in 40 years, the UK will forge its own path as an independent trading nation. This will bring with it a plethora of new opportunities and challenges, writes Dods Monitoring's Nabil Rastani.
Theresa May's former chief of staff has criticised Number 10 after it accused the EU of reneging on its offer of a Canada-style trade deal with the UK after Brexit.
Britain could be forced to hand the Elgin Marbles back to Greece as part of the price for a post-Brexit trade deal, it has emerged.