Jeremy Corbyn has called the Prime Minister’s Brexit update “Groundhog Day” and warned her biggest battle is with the “warring” Tory factions rather than the EU.
The Chancellor has admitted no Brexit deal could leave planes grounded in March 2019.
Sir Vince Cable is to set out his bid to scupper Brexit by declaring “I am a proud saboteur”.
Another day, another death, another chance to reflect with old Fleet Street colleagues that “we only ever seem to meet up at funerals”.
Labour has traditionally not stood candidates in Northern Ireland. But on the back of the Tory-DUP deal that might be about to change
When the political season resumes with the party conferences, we had better have got our act together. All of us. Or else this thing is happening
Another week, another great issue packed with news, Brexit analysis and brilliant features on art, culture, film and food.
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The Euratom row lays bare the innate flaws of Brexit. But it also gives pro-Europeans their biggest chance yet to regain the initiative
The Government’s actions based on the 2016 referendum’s outcome were politically illegitimate
A vanity not evident in his years on the fringe has become visible.
How an emboldened Parliament can halt the descent to Brexit chaos
With a critical Queen’s Speech looming the Northern Irish hardliners continue to play hardball for improved terms to vote with the Tories in the House of Commons.
Time to reverse the burden of truth and scrutinise Brexit negotiations
Suddenly he is everyone’s favourite Uncle Jeremy - a man on the threshhold of power. Next time he may be unlucky enough to win
We pick out the most wrong and unstable Leavers of the week
June 8, 2017, will be remembered as the day the British people took a step back from the brink of a catastrophic Brexit.
Responses to the bombing will be a test of the resilience, maturity and cohesion of both society and party leaders
This former Labour MP admits he would vote against his party, if it aided the anti-Brexit cause.
A group of MPs have called on the Government to ensure Brexit does not impact science
Could Britain be forced to surrender the long-disputed territory of Gibraltar as part of Brexit negotiations?
“You have changed your mind on Europe, I have not”
Regardless of the damage it may wreak, the progress of Brexit is, at least, orderly. As for Trump and the US, the only certainty is volatility
It is the issue that is every bit as toxic as Brexit itself – has Britain become more hateful since the referendum?
Romanticism always outshines stoicism, but the cavaliers left a terrible mess behind, says Michael White
Almost 8 months on from the referendum, the anger Brexit has engendered hasn’t dissipated one bit
The Government has handed a “concession” to Conservative MPs who were threatening to rebel over Brexit by offering parliament a vote on the final deal with Europe “before it is concluded”.
Theresa May is engaged in a series of spontaneous chess battles, and with fresh rumours swirling of a snap election, the outcomes of none are certain
Regardless of the personal or party consequences, politicians must not be afraid to tell the truth. And the truth is that the country is destined for irreparable harm
The Prime Minister’s speech has set Britain on course for an ultra-Hard Brexit.