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Leaving the EU without a deal could cost three quarters of a million workers in Britain their jobs, a new academic report says.

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Michael Gove tried to speak French in the Commons today - but reverted to speaking English with a French accent instead.

Jacob Rees-Mogg, backbench architect of a botched coup against the prime minister, has dismissed Bank of England governor Mark Carney as "a second-tier Canadian politician".

Major disruption at British ports is a "real prospect" if the UK exits the EU without a deal, according to a report.

The government has been accused by the Liberal Democrats of hiding its planning for a no-deal Brexit.

Theresa May has turned down a call to host a live bushtucker trial on TV instead of her Brexit debate with Jeremy Corbyn.

A union which represents migrant and gig economy workers is backing calls for a People's Vote on Brexit.

A UKIP MEP has quit the party in protest at leader Gerard Batten's decision to employ "thug" Tommy Robinson as an adviser.

A Ukip MEP has quit the party in protest at leader Gerard Batten's decision to employ "thug" Tommy Robinson as an adviser.

Former Theresa May loyalist Sir Michael Fallon has said that the prime minister's Brexit deal is "doomed" and called for Brexit to be delayed in order to negotiate a better deal.

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Michael Gove has left Twitter users incredulous after sharing results from an online quiz about TV show Game Of Thrones on his official Twitter account.

Parliament will not accept a no-deal Brexit, Cabinet minister Amber Rudd has said.

A Labour frontbencher has broken ranks with the party leadership and called unequivocally for the people to have a say on the final Brexit deal.

A Tory MP is reported to have refused to vote with the government after a newspaper columnist said colleagues described him as "thick as mash".

The number of antidepressants prescribed in England rose after the EU referendum compared with other drugs, a study says.

24 Tory MPs have so far publicly declared they have no confidence in Theresa May as prime minister. Here's who they are

Jacob Rees-Mogg has defended his Dad's Army operation to unseat Theresa May as PM, saying "I've always admired Captain Mainwaring".

Theresa May's unravelling Brexit deal hit a new roadblock today as Spain's prime minister threatened to vote it down over Gibraltar.

Jeremy Corbyn has again disappointed supporters who want him to back a People's Vote by saying a "good Brexit plan" would be a "catalyst for economic transformation" in the UK.

A hike in the charge to immigrants entering the UK is short-sighted to the bigger picture, argues OLIVIA BRIDGE

Maxime Xavier is the painter behind the picture of the prime minister on a lion which went viral

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Theresa May was dealt a blow this morning as a junior minister no-one had ever heard of quit a job no-one knew he had in the first place in protest at her Brexit deal.

The customs expert who wrote a report for the European Parliament on the solution to the Irish border post-Brexit did not actually visit it.

Leading Brexiteers have launched ferocious attacks on Theresa May's reported Brexit deal, accusing her of "a betrayal of the Union" and calling for a Cabinet mutiny.

Labour MP PAUL WILLIAMS and Conservative MP SARAH WOLLASTON on why, as clinicians in Parliament, they want a People’s Vote

A Brexit deal has apparently been reached by negotiators in Brussels and will go before a crunch Cabinet meeting tomorrow.

Brits travelling to EU nations after Brexit should not have to get an entry visa even if Britain leaves without a deal, the European Commission has said.

Premier League clubs are set to be forced to ensure half of their squad is "homegrown" under radical FA plans to cope with Brexit.

Voters in many of the most marginal Conservative seats now back a referendum on the final Brexit deal, according to a major new study.

Louis Theroux has said he is tempted to make a documentary about former UKIP leader Nigel Farage.

Michel Barnier will update ministers from EU nations on the state of the Brexit negotiations as domestic pressure on Theresa May intensifies.

Jo Johnson has resigned as transport minister over Brexit and called for a second referendum.

Even at a most basic level there is a complete lack of knowledge about the very nature of the Irish border, says SARAH JANE SMYTH

Who is on Question Time tonight and where do they stand on Brexit? Here's your guide...

Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has told a tech event that he "hadn’t quite understood" the importance of the Dover-Calais crossing for UK trade.

Michael Gove has been warned not to let Brexit preparations get in the way of work to protect the environment.

Concern about Brexit has risen sharply among over-65s to a level almost matching the youngest voting age group, a survey suggests.

The Scottish Parliament has backed holding a public vote on the final terms of the Brexit deal.

MPs should resist the pressure to accept any old Brexit deal and stand up to the new nationalism by demanding another people’s vote, says Labour MP Owen Smith

A report has suggested the "only winning scenario" for Northern Ireland following Brexit is a united Ireland.

Leaving the EU without a deal would be "absurd" and the whole process of Brexit can still be stopped, Tony Blair has said.

A massive abuse of public trust will only increase the case for a People's Vote on any Brexit deal, writes LAURA GRIFFITHS of For our Future’s Sake

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