Eurostar is operating a train with no single-use plastics to mark the 25th anniversary of its inaugural service.
It was billed as “Super Saturday” as the Commons held a weekend sitting for the first time in 37 years, but things did not go the way Prime Minister Boris Johnson had planned.
Hopes for a Brexit breakthrough have been kept alive after a suggestion from the Irish deputy premier that a deal could be struck as early as this week.
Boris Johnson is coming under pressure to concede more ground to Brussels as hopes for an early breakthrough in the Brexit talks appeared to falter.
UK and EU officials will resume talks on Monday with the prospects of a Brexit deal apparently finely balanced.
The DUP has poured cold water over a reported Brexit compromise to end the deadlock over the Northern Ireland backstop.
British and EU officials will continue Brexit talks over the weekend amid rising speculation a deal is on the cards which could break the deadlock over the Irish border.
The Prime Minister, who has said a no-deal Brexit would represent a failure on all sides, is determined to leave the European Union on October 31 “do or die” – but whether the UK will be leaving with a deal is far from certain.
Boris Johnson urged Brussels to compromise as he said put forward “constructive and reasonable proposals” to resolve the Brexit deadlock.
Boris Johnson’s plan for a Brexit deal will be delivered to Brussels on Wednesday with a message that there will be no delay beyond the October 31 deadline.
Boris Johnson has said he is “cautiously optimistic” about the prospects of a new Brexit deal but there is growing impatience among EU leaders who are demanding “concrete” proposals from the British side.
Loganair has announced six new routes to begin running next year including connections with Wales, Norway and the Channel Islands.
Angela Merkel has told Boris Johnson the European Union would be prepared for a no-deal Brexit, as she welcomed the Prime Minister to Berlin.
Boris Johnson is heading to Berlin and Paris to “see if there’s movement” on the European side in an effort to break the Brexit deadlock, no-deal planning chief Michael Gove has said.
The European Union has restated its “single united position” over Brexit as Boris Johnson prepares for talks with the leaders of its most influential nations.
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Peering our heads out of a below-ground restaurant on Monday night, you could already hear the echoes of beery voices in the distance. The unmistakable call of the football fan on tour.
Theresa May and Angela Merkel may not always see eye-to-eye on Britain’s future in the European Union, but their shared taste in fashion sparked a moment of jollity before talks at the special European Council on Brexit began.
Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said he was open to either a short or long extension to Article 50, as he arrived at the EU summit in Brussels.
Belgian officials are lobbying for a BBC move to Brussels after Brexit, the director-general has revealed.
Peter May's career has encompassed everything from journalism to creating soap operas, and rock 'n' roll to researching autism.
Singer-songwriter Kat Frankie has said that women facing discrimination in the music industry need to “uplift” rather than compete with one another.
An industry leader will launch a Europe-wide manifesto calling for gender equality in music, both on stage and behind the scenes.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May has dismissed the Scottish and Welsh government Continuity Bills as “unnecessary”.
An EU fishing chief has called for “realism and flexibility” as a “perfect storm” looms large for the industry across Europe.
It will not be possible for Britain to enjoy all the benefits of the single market or frictionless trade with its former EU partners after Brexit, the European Commission’s chief negotiator has warned.
Belgian media is reporting that explosion-like noises have been heard at a Brussels train station, prompting the evacuation of a main square.
Theresa May has accused EU leaders of attempting to deliberately influence the outcome of the General Election.
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Industry chiefs hailed the 2017 fish deal as “positive”, saying it would give much-needed stability for the fleet.
A bumper £47million bonus for Scotland’s fishing fleet has arrived in time for Christmas after two days of quota talks in Brussels.
Scotland’s fishing industry will benefit from deals expected to deliver additional catch opportunities worth around £45million following annual quota talks in Brussels.