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Boris Johnson discussed the UK's relationship with Russia in a phone conversation with pranksters posing as the Armenian prime minister.

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Businesses could be left up to £20bn worse off if the customs plan favoured by Brexiteers is implemented, the head of HM Revenue and Customs has warned.

The £39bn Brexit divorce bill could be signed off by Parliament without any formal legal commitments on a future trade deal with the European Union, MPs have been told.

Theresa May's de facto deputy has failed to respond to an "urgent" call from Scottish ministers to come to Holyrood to try to end the dispute over Brexit powers.

Boris Johnson's idea for a new brightly-coloured "Brexit plane" to help him sell Global Britain abroad appears to have failed to get off the ground.

A proposed plan to replace the customs union after Brexit will not be fully ready by the end of 2020, MPs have been told.

Former Ipswich mayor Inga Lockington has had her application for British citizenship turned down by the Home Office – because officials will not accept that she is a UK resident.

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Axel Scheffler, illustrator of the Gruffalo children's books, used his acceptance speech at the British Book Awards to launch a ferocious attack on Brexit.

The UK has been accused of turning a blind eye to Russia's "dirty money", putting national security at risk

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson has been accused of threatening Theresa May from thousands of miles away as the Conservative battle over the EU's customs union rages.

People in Northern Ireland want the UK to stay in the customs union and single market, an in-depth analysis of public attitudes to Brexit has shown.

At a time when Labour is putting so much emphasis on becoming a movement-led party it is conspicuous that Brexit is left out, says JASMIN BECKETT

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Tory hardliner Peter Bone has called on the government to make June 23 a bank holiday called "Independence Day".

Theresa May has insisted the UK will leave the EU customs union amid speculation the departure could be delayed for years until a replacement system is agreed.

Last year was a record one for the UK’s tech firms. But there may be trouble ahead. By ANGELA JAMESON ​

Officials in the UK and US administrations directly involved with trade negotiations are "sceptical" that a deal of any significance between the two countries can be forged after Brexit, according to a report.

Benedict Cumberbatch will star as Vote Leave's leading strategist in a Channel 4 drama about the data-driven political campaign for Brexit.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has voted for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.

Labour is launching a new parliamentary bid to force the government to release details of its proposals for post-Brexit customs arrangements on the Irish border.

MSPs at Holyrood have formally refused to grant consent to key Brexit legislation from Theresa May's government.

Boris Johnson has insisted he still believes in, and abides by, Cabinet collective responsibility after being mocked for his "crazy" Brexit plans.

A constitutional crisis is looming as the Scottish Parliament appears poised to formally refuse to give consent to Theresa May's Brexit legislation.

The recent local election results show that the capital's Remain vote poses a challenge for both the Conservatives and Labour, writes BARNABY TOWNS

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Britain has always been devious and unjust with immigrants whose lands were colonised, writes YASMIN ALIBHAI-BROWN

The motion put before Parliament this autumn on the final Brexit agreement will be amendable by MPs and its outcome will be binding on the government, David Davis has said.

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp has said that Brexit makes "no sense" and called for a second referendum on Britain staying in the EU.

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Labour members want a second referendum – so why doesn’t Jeremy Corbyn? Former Labour MP DICK LEONARD thinks pressure from within could still force the leader’s hand​

Brexit has been made possible by Britain’s constitutional disarray. To fully resolve the first problem, we must tackle the latter, argues philosopher AC GRAYLING

Negotiations between the UK, Scottish and Welsh governments over key Brexit legislation are "reaching the end game", Scotland's first minister has told MSPs.

The European Union has issued a fresh warning to the UK that a transitional deal after Brexit will not be secured unless the problem of the Irish border is resolved.

EEA membership is increasingly looking like the most achievable, and the best we can get, says Labour MP DANIEL ZEICHNER

The European Parliament is to hold a hearing on citizens who have lost their right to vote in UK elections after living abroad for 15 years.

Morrissey has claimed that Brexit is "now a dead issue" as "the people said Leave but the EU said no".

Brexit hardliner Jacob Rees-Mogg began his new LBC phone-in today. We listened in

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Thousands of EU nationals could inadvertently become illegal residents in the UK after Brexit, a new report warns.

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Grassroots anti-Brexit campaigners are increasing the pressure on politicians ahead of a series of important votes this year. Here is a list of the events organised across Britain in the coming weeks and months.

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