The £4 billion takeover of UK defence giant Cobham has moved a step closer after the Government said it is considering giving the all-clear to the deal with US private equity firm Advent.
Nigel Farage is under pressure to pull Brexit Party candidates from marginal seats with the deadline for nominations just hours away.
A decision on Cobham’s £4 billion takeover by US private equity giant Advent International has been delayed after the Government said it needed more time.
The Government’s department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) showed an “extraordinary lack of interest” in the days and weeks leading up to Thomas Cook’s collapse, an influential group of MPs has said.
The European Union has been urged to do a Brexit deal with Britain “before it’s too late” or face Boris Johnson taking the country out without a deal if he wins the next election, former foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has said.
Taxpayers will have to stump up £60 million to fund unpaid wages, holiday pay and redundancy costs for Thomas Cook’s 9,500 staff following the travel firm’s collapse, according to early estimates.
Thomas Cook’s auditors are to be investigated over their role in signing off the last set of accounts for the travel firm prior to its collapse, the accounting regulator has announced.
Thomas Cook customers hit by the travel firm’s collapse may have to wait as long as two months to receive a refund, according to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Chancellor Sajid Javid is to unveil a £16.6 billion no-deal “guarantee” to make up for lost grants should the UK leave the bloc without an agreement.
Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom is calling on the Insolvency Service to “fast-track” its investigation of Thomas Cook, with the conduct of the company’s bosses also set to come under the microscope.
The Government has launched an investigation into the £4 billion takeover of UK aerospace giant Cobham by a US private equity company on “national security grounds”.
Tory leadership hopeful Andrea Leadsom has come under fire after saying she would "never say never" to a second independence referendum.
Theresa May will be told to "leave her Downing Street bunker" today and set out a resignation timetable.
A key piece of Brexit legislation that would allow the UK to leave the EU has been pulled following a furious backlash from MPs.
Theresa May's Brexit strategy is akin to "masochism", a senior SNP figure has said.
Theresa May's Brexit deal could come back before MPs as early as next week, a senior cabinet minister has suggested.
The government's decision to cancel the week-long February recess for MPs cost taxpayers almost £400,000, it can be revealed.
Theresa May will update MPs next week on the progress of negotiations with the EU on her Brexit deal.
MPs will today discuss the Ivory Bill and fuel poverty instead of Theresa May’s Brexit deal, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom announced last night.
The UK Government must today publish its “final and full” legal advice on Theresa May’s Brexit deal after MPs forced its hand in a humiliating Commons defeat.
A senior UK Government minister has apologised to those who have come forward amid the Commons harassment scandal, vowing not to stop until she rids Westminster of its “dark side”.
There has been political backing for the Old Vic’s work to “change the culture” in the arts world following the Kevin Spacey scandal.
A row has erupted after the SNP questioned the UK Government's commitment to engaging with the EU on the future of farm subsidy payments post-Brexit.
Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom has been confronted over the Prime Minister not meeting survivors of the Grenfell Tower disaster.
Fishing industry chiefs have warned they would "react savagely" to any attempt to use rights of access to UK waters as a bargaining chip in the Brexit negotiations.
Industry chiefs have claimed the value of UK fishermen's catch could double after Brexit "in an ideal world".
The UK's Farming Minister, George Eustice, has shed light on plans for a "more coherent" domestic substitute for the Common Agricultural Policy, once Brexit has been implemented.
UK Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom has been criticised by the SNP over her call for agriculture subsidies to be abolished.
UK farm and fisheries minister George Eustice has retained his job at Defra following prime minister Theresa May's government reshuffle.
Less than 24 hours after Defra Secretary Andrea Leadsom took charge of UK farming policy, the leaders of the four farming unions united in Brussels to appeal for current levels of farm support to be maintained.
Theresa May continued to bring in sweeping changes to the Cabinet yesterday, with Michael Gove among the biggest casualties.
Brexiteer Andrea Leadsom has been unveiled as the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).