International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has blamed MPs for the apparent stalling of a post-Brexit Canadian trade deal, accusing Parliament of sending “mixed signals” to the country.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have clashed over their plans for delivering Brexit as a former head of the civil service warned against making “straitjacket” promises to leave on Halloween.
The Tory leadership contest has propelled a piece of Brexit jargon into the national conversation – Gatt 24.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has called musicians the “unsung heroes” of the UK economy as further funding is announced for British acts.
Emmerdale star Liam Fox has revealed he is engaged to fellow actor Jo Hudson.
Government minister Liam Fox backed British talent ahead of the Golden Globes as he praised the UK entertainment industry’s impact on the global stage.
The UK Government has pledged to help attract global investment for Aberdeen’s £150 million Queen’s Square project.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has reassured oil executives he can avoid a £500million Brexit bill while on a visit to Aberdeen.
Mr Blackford said the tough winter has highlighted why crofters need more support post-Brexit.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has announced that small businesses can now access UK Government-backed export finance directly from their banks, boosting Britain’s trade.
Theresa May has highlighted Tory plans to reconvene the Board of Trade aimed at ensuring the "benefits of Brexit" are "spread equally across the UK".
Former first minister Alex Salmond has hit out at "bumbling" Boris Johnson for "clowning around" with the jobs and livelihoods of millions of people.
Theresa May has set herself up as the leader of the quiet Brexit revolutionaries in a bold pitch to those who voted to leave the EU.
They don't often agree, but Nicola Sturgeon and Kezia Dugdale have rounded on Theresa May, branding her vision for Brexit "ugly" and "toxic".
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has vowed to ensure the Brexit negotiations leave the embattled North Sea industry in the "strongest possible position".
Work and Pensions Secretary Stephen Crabb insisted "a UK without Scotland is not the UK" as he launched his bid for the Tory leadership yesterday.
Former defence secretary Liam Fox today branded the EU a "dying political experiment" and said a vote to leave would shelter Britain from instability in Europe.
The International Monetary Fund has claimed that a vote for a British exit from the European Union could cause "severe regional and global damage".
David Cameron has insisted that being a member of the European Union does not diminish Scotland's identity.
The fight over Britain's future in Europe intensified yesterday as Downing Street claimed Brexit could lead to migrant camps springing up in south-east England "overnight".
Former defence secretary Liam Fox has said he is "certain" four or five serving Cabinet ministers speak out in favour of Brexit.
The UK and its allies must take a stronger stance against an "aggressive, expansionist" Russia, a former defence secretary said yesterday.