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Universities are concerned about the impact a no-deal Brexit could have on areas such as student recruitment, research and staff, according to a poll.
Scotland's constitutional relations secretary has said there is a path open for an independent Scotland to "walk into" EU membership.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has promised to cancel Brexit altogether if her party wins a majority at the next election.
Former Tory MP Sam Gyimah says his new party will still be campaigning for a second referendum - despite its plans to make cancelling Brexit its main policy on Europe.
Following Sam Gyimah's high profile defection from the Tories, the Liberal Democrats are preparing for the second day of their party conference.
David Cameron has launched another stinging attack on Boris Johnson, claiming the prime minister "didn't believe" in Brexit and only backed the Leave campaign to further his career.
The Daily Express has bizarrely claimed the Supreme Court was set up by Tony Blair in 2005 in order to block Brexit 14 years later.
Snarling, smirking, hurling insults - Boris Johnson's first PMQs were not a great start in his avowed aim to unite the nation
David Cameron declared sunshine would win the day. But the Scottish Tory leader's resignation shows the party no longer has room for social liberals
Boris Johnson's government is to go ahead with Theresa May's widely-pilloried plans for a £120m festival to celebrate Brexit, it has confirmed.
A Three Billboards-style campaign has been launched after Boris Johnson scrapped an investigation into a Tory MP's clash with a climate change protester.
The government has swiftly dismissed a call into a possible breach of rules by Boris Johnson ahead of tomorrow's vital Brecon by-election.
Plaid Cymru have written to the Cabinet secretary calling for a investigation into a possible breach of rules ahead of a vital by-election.
A car-crash interview on the BBC's Today programme has put the hapless Welsh secretary in the wider spotlight for perhaps the first time.
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