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The European Commission is making plans which could see British citizens requiring a visa to enter the EU after Brexit, it has emerged.

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Ireland's deputy premier has warned the UK there will be no Brexit withdrawal deal without an agreement on the Irish border.

Brexit rebels failed in their bid to force the government’s hand over a ‘meaningful vote’ - but how did your MP vote?

Ireland's premier has accused the UK of stalling progress in Brexit negotiations and warned of the consequences of not striking a deal on the border.

The government has advertised for two new top jobs in airspace strategy and Brexit aviation negotiations - stressing that no experience of the complex sector is needed.

Prime minister Theresa May is facing yet another close Brexit vote as the EU (Withdrawal) Bill returns to the House of Commons amid divisions over the role of MPs in the final legislation.

Britain's plan for a temporary customs "backstop" to solve the Irish border issue is "not acceptable" and any fall-back option cannot be time-limited, the European Parliament's chief Brexit co-ordinator has told MPs.

Donations of £725,000 made by the official Leave campaign in the run-up to the EU referendum should have been treated as expenses, senior judges have heard.

Brexit means there as a "very clear argument" for Gibraltar to have its own MP, a Conservative MP has said.

A Labour MP has called on ministers to back moves to abolish the House of Lords following the latest defeat in the upper chamber for the government's flagship Brexit bill.

Non-UK EU nationals make up more than a quarter of the construction workforce in London, according to official analysis.

The UK will not be able to take part in the European Arrest Warrant after Brexit, Michel Barnier said today as he hit out at British politicians who sought to blame Brussels for the consequences of the Leave vote.

A Labour shadow minister has backtracked on support for a vote on a final Brexit deal just 48 hours after pledging it.

At 7pm tonight, as the eyes of England turn to the World Cup opener against Tunisia, self-styled patriot Jacob Rees-Mogg is giving a speech.

Embattled Theresa May today channeled her predecessor John Major as she begged rebel MPs in her Conservative party not to tie her hands on Brexit.

Pro-European activists today unveiled billboards and ad vans in the constituencies of four leading Labour MPs they accuse of failing to oppose the Tories' approach to Brexit.

Theresa May is pursuing a "high-risk strategy" by seeking to deny MPs the chance to block a no-deal Brexit, leading pro-EU Conservatives have warned.

The SNP have called for all MPs to have suicide awareness training after an alleged Tory jibe.

The Royal College of Midwives (RCM) has added its voice to calls for a second referendum on Brexit.

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Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has admitted Labour is walking its own "tightrope" over Brexit.

Parts of manufacturing industry face "extinction" unless Britain remains in a customs union with the EU, the president of the CBI has said.

Relations between the Scottish and UK governments have reached a new low as furious SNP leaders threatened to withdraw their cooperation with Westminster, accusing Conservatives there of forcing through a Brexit "power grab" by the backdoor.

Labour is avoiding answering questions on Brexit, says Liberal Democrat candidate for Lewisham East LUCY SALEK. We need a final say on the Brexit deal

Nobody said it was easy, sang Coldplay. This lot did

A "major crunch" is looming over Britain's post-Brexit customs arrangements with Brussels, the UK's former ambassador to the EU has said.

A Conservative minister has been criticised for "oddly dark" comments about hanging following a plea for unity over Brexit from Theresa May.

Theresa May has begged Tory rebels not to undermine her negotiating position with the EU by backing amendments to Brexit legislation made by the Lords.

The Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association has become the first trade union affiliated to the Labour Party to back a People’s Vote on Brexit.

Theresa May's appeal for a show of unity from her warring MPs "must fall on deaf ears", a leading anti-Brexit campaigner has said.

Richard Porritt, Steve Anglesey and Geri Scott return to review another wild week in post-common sense Britain

Brussels will not be "intimidated" by Britons who try to blame the EU for their inability to secure the Brexit deal they want, chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said.

Anti-Brexit campaign group Best for Britain today set out its road map for a People's Vote on the final deal.

A Hard Brexit would wipe £5bn off the Welsh economy, says Plaid Cymru MP JONATHAN EDWARDS. Wales can’t afford this stormy outcome

Theresa May and David Davis have been accused of a fudge after agreeing any "backstop" arrangement to prevent the return of a hard border in Ireland after Brexit should not continue for more than a year after the end of the transition period.

TIM WALKER sees the Lib Dems put up a spirited fight in a Labour stronghold

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Brexit secretary David Davis has been urged to quit as Theresa May battles for government unity on her backstop proposals for the Irish border.

The Labour leader's moves on the Lords amendments show he has no interest in halting Brexit

The UK government must withdraw a contentious part of key Brexit legislation after the Scottish Parliament refused to grant consent, Scotland's Brexit minister has said.

Quitting the European Union without a deal would cost Britain £20bn, the head of HM Revenue and Customs has warned.

One of Britain’s largest private sector unions today overwhelmingly backed a ‘people’s vote’ on the final terms of Brexit.

Theresa May has been accused of "holding the country hostage" as it emerged she has abandoned plans to publish a detailed blueprint of her government's Brexit plans.

Disagreement with Britain's decision to quit the European Union has reached its highest point since the 2016 Brexit referendum, according to a new poll.



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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