The Irish Government’s relationship with the DUP needs to be repaired, a minister said.
Tory Brexit rebels risk putting Jeremy Corbyn in power, a prominent Eurosceptic warned as the fallout from Theresa May’s first Commons defeat over Europe continued.
Senior Labour figures have clashed over whether there should be a second referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union.
SNP MPs must “show some backbone” and back an amendment to the Government’s Brexit Bill that would allow for a second referendum to be held, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said.
The impact of Brexit on the UK’s ability to achieve its foreign policy goals requires urgent consideration, peers said as they warned the Government’s approach to sanctions co-operation with the remaining 27 members of the European Union is “untested”.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator has dealt a blow to Theresa May’s hopes of a bespoke trade deal with Brussels.
SNP MPs must "show some backbone" and back an amendment to the Government's Brexit Bill that would allow for a second referendum to be held, Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable has said.
More than half of Britons back staying in the European Union, with a 10-point lead for people who want to remain over those who still back Brexit, according to an opinion poll.
Stopping Brexit is a more important priority than Labour winning the next election, former prime minister Tony Blair suggested as he criticised the party’s strategy under Jeremy Corbyn.
Philip Hammond has been accused of trying to “appease” Brussels by saying a transitional deal after Brexit would mean the UK sticking to EU rules, including on immigration and the role of European judges.
EU leaders have given the green light for the second stage of the Brexit negotiations to begin, what happens next?
Theresa May has declared she is “well on the road” to delivering Brexit after leaders of the 27 remaining member states agreed to allow negotiations to proceed to their second phase.
Britain has retained its crown as the world’s leading financial centre in 2017, but a leading City lobby group says the UK’s position should not be taken for granted in light of emerging Brexit risks.
Boris Johnson has denied that Wednesday night’s vote giving Parliament a say on the final Brexit deal could delay or reverse Britain’s exit from the EU.
Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said Brexiteers need to acknowledge that they created the difficulties surrounding the Northern Ireland border.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a Christmas truce in the increasingly bitter Brexit row.
One of the Tory rebels who inflicted an embarrassing defeat on Theresa May over the Government’s Brexit legislation has said the backbench revolt was avoidable.
Tory rebel leader Dominic Grieve has warned Theresa May she faces another major Brexit defeat unless she backs down on plans to enshrine the date of Britain’s exit from the European Union in law.
Theresa May has made clear she will not be deflected from delivering Brexit by her humiliating defeat at the hands of Tory rebels in the House of Commons.
An influential committee of MPs has thrown its support behind a Brexit transition agreement that sees EU laws continue to reign supreme, stressing that it would be a “price worth paying” for stability after March 2019.
Theresa May has attempted to reassert her authority after a humiliating defeat in a crucial Brexit vote by sacking rebel MP Stephen Hammond from his role as Conservative Party vice chairman.
Theresa May’s Government has suffered a humiliating loss in Parliament as around a dozen Tory MPs voted with the Opposition to ensure a “meaningful vote” on any Brexit deal.
There must be “no going back” on the Brexit agreement struck between the EU and UK last week on citizens’ rights, the status of the Irish border and Britain’s £39 billion divorce bill, Michel Barnier has said.
The UK boss of aerospace giant Airbus has called for the country to remain in a key European safety body after Brexit.
Ministers have disagreed over whether any progress has been made in the latest devolved nations’ Brexit negotiations.
Dixons Carphone has seen half year profits collapse after a difficult mobile phone market hammered the retailer, with the group warning over potential store closures.
Fishing quota talks have produced a "strong result" for Scotland's fishermen, the Rural Economy secretary has said, as a new deal was struck in Brussels which will allow the fleet to catch more of several key stock, including cod and haddock.
Travel giant Tui has said the Brexit-hit pound is forcing British holidaymakers to switch to cheaper destinations and revealed it is drawing up contingency plans for disruption from the UK’s divorce from the EU.
A pro-European councillor is applying for an Irish passport - despite never setting foot on the Emerald Isle.
MPs have “taken back control” of the Brexit process and inflicted a humiliating House of Commons defeat on Theresa May with the help of around a dozen Tory rebels.
The Government is being urged to retain a close association with the body which regulates the nuclear industry across Europe as MPs step up calls to guarantee protections for the sector.
Brexit could result in medicine shortages and leave the UK out of EU strategies to tackle large-scale epidemics if no trade deal on pharmaceuticals is reached, according to a new report.