The Government has “paused” its advertising campaign in preparing the public for Brexit on October 31 after Boris Johnson accepted a delay from the EU.
Boris Johnson has threatened to pull his Brexit deal and call for an early general election if MPs do not vote for his plans as he kicked off a Commons showdown.
Boris Johnson has told MPs to back his Brexit deal to avoid a no-deal departure and “move our country on” as he kicked-off a Commons showdown.
Donald Tusk has reassured MPs that a Brexit extension is still on the table as they prepare for a Commons showdown on Boris Johnson’s new deal.
The UK is heading for a Halloween Brexit after the remaining 27 EU nations offered Theresa May a further six months to ratify or rethink her withdrawal deal.
The UK is heading for a Halloween Brexit after Theresa May accepted an offer from leaders of the remaining 27 EU countries to delay the deadline for withdrawal to October 31.
Theresa May has been called back to the European Council summit amid expectations she will be offered a Halloween Brexit.
Theresa May could cling to power for as long as a year, as EU leaders looked set to offer the UK a lengthy delay to Brexit.
Joan Bakewell has said she senses great anxiety in the artistic community over the uncertainty of Brexit.
Revoke Article 50 petition reaches three million signatures – see how many have backed it in your area
A petition calling for Article 50 to be revoked and for Britain to remain in the EU has attracted more than three million signatures in a matter of days.
Another roller-coaster day in Westminster and what was achieved?
Scottish Energy Minister Paul Wheelhouse has warned leaving the EU without a deal would be “hugely damaging” for the oil and gas sector and a “real mistake”.
Nicola Sturgeon has issued a rallying cry to those opposed to the “extreme Brexit championed by the right-wing of the Tory party” to “make a stand”.
Concerns have been raised there may not be enough government lawyers to cope with the anticipated increased workload generated by Brexit.
Theresa May has warned that failure to reach a deal with the European Union would mean "weakened" cooperation in the fight against crime and terrorism.
The UK Government will set out its plans for the Great Repeal Bill today.
SNP Westminster Leader Angus Robertson has warned Theresa May that denying Scotland a choice on its future will make independence "inevitable".
Conciliatory - that was the word that sprung to mind as Theresa May negotiated her way through the Article 50 show yesterday.
Theresa May declared there could be "no turning back" as she hailed the formal launch of Brexit negotiations nine months after the UK voted to leave the European Union.
Theresa May will today promise to represent "every person in the whole UK" when she sits around the Brexit negotiating table in the months ahead.
The Scottish Parliament will today vote on whether to hold a second referendum on Scottish independence.
Get your diaries out because Theresa May has announced the date for triggering Article 50: March 29.
The relationship between Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon showed no signs of thawing last night after it emerged Scottish ministers were left in the dark about the start date for Brexit negotiations.
Theresa May can now formally trigger Brexit negotiations after the Queen signed the Article 50 Bill.
SNP Westminster Leader Angus Robertson has urged Theresa May to secure a UK-wide approach to Brexit or face the "consequences".
Nicola Sturgeon will attempt to "derail" Brexit by outlining plans for a second independence referendum in a speech later today, according to reports.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill to pave the way for the formal Brexit process to begin under Article 50 of the EU treaties has cleared the House of Commons without being amended.
A row erupted last night over claims the prime minister pledged to secure an "agreed" UK-wide approach before triggering Brexit.
Theresa May remains on course to trigger Brexit next month after MPs overwhelmingly backed legislation that will fire the starting gun on formal withdrawal negotiations.
The UK Government has seen off a backbench rebellion by promising MPs a vote on the final Brexit deal before it goes before the European Parliament.
Labour MSPs rebelled against their leader yesterday as Holyrood voted to reject the UK Government's plans to start the Brexit process.
MSPs will today vote against the UK starting the process to leave the European Union.