Home Secretary Amber Rudd today accused her Cabinet colleague Boris Johnson of "back-seat driving" as the row over his Brexit intervention deepened.
Britain will "soon regret" leaving the EU, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has warned in his annual state of the union speech.
An estimated 50,000 passionate Remainers marched on Parliament yesterday demanding the Government reverse its Brexit strategy.
Tony Blair today made an explosive intervention in the Brexit debate, calling for tough new immigration rules which would allow Britain to stay in the EU.
Britain's chances of being ready to begin EU trade negotiations by the next round of trade talks in October are "in the neighbourhood of zero", former European Council president Herman van Rompuy warned today.
Britain will introduce strict curbs on EU migration immediately after Brexit to force all but the most highly-skilled to leave after two years, a leaked Home Office report has shown.
Brexit negotiations were proving "tough and at times confrontational", David Davis admitted today as he told MPs there was a yawning gap in how the two sides saw the UK's divorce bill.
Leading Remainer Anna Soubry and Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg are two of the most high-profile figures competing to fill Conservative seats on the Commons' influential Brexit Select Committee.
Brexit talks are due to resume in Brussels today, with the EU calling for progress on citizens' rights, the Irish border and the divorce bill before talks on a future trade deal can begin.
There is an "urgent need" for a new political leader to make the case for Britain to ditch Brexit and remain in the EU, Lord Heseltine said today.
MP Clive Lewis has told The New European podcast he believes a Hard Brexit will now be avoided due to Labour’s strong general election performance.
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