A defiant Theresa May vowed last night to see the Brexit process through - despite an emerging plot for her to be ousted and a string of ministerial resignations.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has insisted he will not be “bounced into resigning” by “carpetbagger” Cabinet colleagues after a string of ministers quit in protest at Theresa May’s deal.
As Theresa May began her press conference last night, lobby journalists looked at each other in surprise.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement is the proposed divorce deal between the UK and EU.
Brexiteer Ross Thomson will not send in a letter demanding a vote of no confidence in the prime minister - but said he would find it difficult to back her should the occasion arise.
Oil and Gas UK (OGUK) has welcomed the long-awaited publication of the draft Brexit withdrawal agreement.
The 585-page draft withdrawal agreement between the UK Government and the EU sets out the proposed terms of Britain’s departure from the bloc while avoiding a sudden “cliff edge” break.
Representatives from Northern Ireland parties have said that the draft agreement for Brexit is an opportunity to look at the glass “half-full”.
Jeremy Corbyn has hit out at Theresa May’s “leap in the dark” draft Brexit deal and warned it cannot be put to Parliament.
Scottish Conservatives led by David Mundell have warned Theresa May they cannot support a Brexit deal that fails to restore “complete control and full sovereignty” over UK fishing waters.
SNP Westminster Leader Ian Blackford has complained Gibraltar was briefed on the Brexit divorce deal before the devolved administrations – accusing the prime minister of “disrespect in the extreme”.
Theresa May declared last night she believes in the Brexit divorce deal with her “head and heart” as cabinet signed off on the near 600-page plans after an historic five-hour emergency meeting.
Theresa May secured Cabinet approval to proceed with her deal on UK withdrawal from the EU after an “impassioned” five-hour meeting featuring dissent from a number of ministers.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has said the draft Brexit agreement could present economic benefits for Northern Irish business.
Theresa May’s Cabinet has given its blessing to a draft agreement on the terms for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union, as well as an outline political declaration on the future relationship.
Theresa May was fighting to get senior ministers on board with her Brexit plans as a Cabinet meeting to approve a draft withdrawal agreement dragged on well beyond its expected time.
Brexit jitters were hanging over the markets on Wednesday as traders awaited the result of Theresa May’s attempts to get a draft Brexit deal past her Cabinet.
As Theresa May chaired an emergency Brexit Cabinet in Downing Street, fresh signs emerged of unease among her own MPs about the draft agreement reached by UK and EU negotiators in Brussels.
An emergency summit of European leaders will likely convene on November 25 to consider the draft Brexit deal if the UK government backs the proposed text, the Taoiseach has said.
Theresa May has urged Cabinet ministers to act in the national interest and support a Brexit deal which takes the UK “significantly closer” to delivering the result of the referendum.
Pro-Brexit sentiment in the north-east is dwindling with a majority now in favour of a referendum on the outcome of negotiations with the EU, a new report has claimed.
Theresa May is facing a crunch showdown with Brexit-backing ministers as she seeks to persuade her Cabinet to back a draft deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Theresa May is today braced for a showdown with senior ministers over her Brexit divorce deal after negotiators secured a major breakthrough last night.
Senior MPs have accused the UK Government of a “cavalier” attitude to veterinary capacity in the event of a no-deal Brexit and warned animal exporters’ costs must not increase.
Brexit judgment day is fast approaching.
Aberdeen is forecast to be one of the fastest growing UK city economies in the three months after Brexit Day, according to new analysis.
Former prime minister Gordon Brown has warned devolution is “at risk” as a result of the UK Government’s handling of Brexit.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar is to attend the centenary Armistice Day commemoration in Paris on Sunday.
The FTSE 100 ended the week in the red as concerns over the prospect of rising US interest rates and the stand-off between Rome and Brussels conspired to hit stocks.
BAE Systems has maintained its outlook for 2018 and said Brexit is unlikely to have a major impact on its operations.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has reaffirmed his position on the Irish backstop after being accused of a “cock-up” by Sinn Fein.
The official overseeing the European Union’s future enlargement has said it would be “more honest” for the bloc to give up talks on membership for Turkey.