Expect much crowing from the government about the deal on the transitional period.
Brexit secretary David Davis has hailed the UK’s transitional period deal amid accusations the government has “surrendered”.
Brexiteers said we would “get back control of our borders” after leaving the EU – but it appears that might not quite be the case.
Jeremy Corbyn’s response to the prime minister’s action over the Russian spy poisoning scandal was met with condemnation.
The European Commission president has sent a dire warning to the UK over Brexit: “You will regret your decision.”
It might not be getting many column inches, but what is currently happening in the Upper House is encouraging.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has dismissed Number 10’s proposals for people crossing the Irish border to have to pre-register after Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond wants us to believe the era of austerity is over.
Jeremy Corbyn has been attacked by senior Scottish Labour figures after making “incredibly disappointing” comments on immigration.
The government has been accused of a Brexit power grab amid a furious row with Scottish and Welsh ministers.
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It is no secret that Russia attempted to influence the outcome of Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has hit out against Theresa May’s “extreme Brexit” warning it will leave future generations to “bear the brunt of another right-wing ideological experiment”.
Cakeism is now a thing.
It was years of failure on immigration by then prime minister David Cameron and home secretary Theresa May that caused Brexit, argues Progress director RICHARD ANGELL
Claims Theresa May’s chief of staff leaked an explosive letter Boris Johnson sent to the PM highlight the toxic atmosphere in the cabinet.
The European Union could throw out Theresa May’s plans for a soft border between Northern Ireland and the Republic, Ireland’s foreign minister has said.
Everyone scoffed when Boris Johnson said Britain could “have its cake and eat it” outside the European Union.
He offers no insight, no expertise and no reasonable debate – and yet here was Nigel Farage for the 32nd time on Question Time.
The pressure is mounting for our embattled, exhausted, enfeebled prime minister.
Mild-mannered former prime minister Sir John Major has launched a brutal, blue-on-blue, Brexit broadside on Theresa May.
Businesses face “pervasive uncertainty” over Brexit, Tory rebel Nicky Morgan has said.
As if the prime minister doesn’t have enough problems already Labour has finally been roused on Brexit.
Lord Adonis has welcomed Labour’s change of stance over Brexit believing it paves the way for a second referendum.
Labour is finally up for the fight with the government over Brexit – take a bow Sir Keir Starmer.