As we leave the EU, we now have the opportunity to reflect on what has been working well in our political system – and change the things that have not, argues Gisela Stuart
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?
As Britain leaves the EU, lifelong europhile Lord Heseltine reflects on the challenges ahead
Brexit will herald "the dawn of a new era" which will spread opportunity across the UK, according to Boris Johnson.
For Remain campaigners, the evening of 12 December proved devastating. Months if not years of work to preserve Britain’s membership of the European Union had gone up in smoke. How do they plan to pick up the pieces? Sebastian Whale reports
Stephen Barclay is set to receive a £17,000 golden goodbye as the Brexit department begins to wind down ahead of the UK's exit from the European Union.
Britain's departure from the EU has cleared its final hurdle after MEPs backed the Brexit deal struck between Boris Johnson and Brussels.
A new law scrapping the automatic right of European boats to fish in British waters is being introduced by the Government.
A pro-EU Labour campaign group has thrown its weight behind Keir Starmer's bid to become the party's next leader.
The Brexit deal struck between the UK and EU will inevitably lead to customs checks in the Irish Sea, Michel Barnier has insisted.
A multi-million pound advertising blitz designed to get the public ready for Brexit did not make them "significantly better prepared" for it, the public spending watchdog has found.
I’d base my recommendations for the Foreign Affairs Committee on the evidence, without half an eye on my political future, writes Crispin Blunt MP
Boris Johnson will take personal charge of the next phase of Brexit talks with a new 'Taskforce Europe' team working under him, Downing Street has announced.
We need new thinking about how the government spends its defence budget. I have the experience to bring this as chair of the Defence Select Committee, writes Bernard Jenkin MP
The European Union will have the upper hand in post-Brexit talks with Britain, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has claimed.
Britain will not diverge from European Union rules "for the sake of it" after leaving the bloc, according to the Brexit Secretary.
Boris Johnson must not rub Remainers' "noses in it" with a raft of "unwise" celebrations on Brexit day, Lord Heseltine has warned.
Boris Johnson has heralded “a new chapter in our nation's history” after signing the official document which formalises the UK’s exit from the EU next Friday.
The UK is guaranteed to leave the European Union after the Queen rubber-stamped the Prime Minister's Brexit Bill.
Britain has crossed the "Brexit finish line", Boris Johnson has claimed, as both Houses of Parliament passed his flagship EU agreement.
MPs have overturned a bid by a veteran Labour peer to let child refugees settle with their families in the UK.
Tougher sentences on animal cruelty, new laws on animal sentience and a crackdown on the keeping of primates as pets will put us at the forefront of the fight against animal cruelty, writes Andrew Rosindell MP.
Boris Johnson has been handed a fresh defeat in the House of Lords after peers backed calls to reinstate protections for child refugees in his flagship Brexit bill.
British business leaders have urged Boris Johnson to spell out his plans for post-Brexit trade talks with the European Union.