Labour has failed in an attempt to stop Theresa May “running down the clock” to a no-deal Brexit, after MPs voted down the party’s demand for the Prime Minister to bring her Withdrawal Agreement back to the Commons by February 27.
The prospect of defeat for Theresa May in the latest round of Brexit votes appeared to be receding, as leading Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg said it was “highly unlikely” that Eurosceptic Tories would rebel.
Tory MPs have been warned against rebelling in a key Commons vote on the Prime Minister’s EU withdrawal stance as it could send the “wrong signal” to Brussels.
A senior Nissan boss blasted Brexit “uncertainty” as he confirmed that the company had scrapped plans to build the X-Trail 4×4 at its Sunderland plant.
A Cabinet minister has warned MPs that they may not be re-elected to Parliament if they block Theresa May’s Brexit agreement and force the UK to crash out of the EU without a deal.
Protectionist economic policies risk undermining international trade rules and creating a global “free for all”, Liam Fox will warn.
Brexit figurehead Boris Johnson has said he is ready to back a compromise plan to salvage Theresa May’s EU withdrawal deal.
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has urged Tory MPs to give Theresa May a “strong mandate” to return to Brussels to negotiate changes to the controversial Northern Ireland backstop.
Leading Cabinet Brexiteer Liam Fox has lashed out at moves by MPs to rewrite the Commons rulebook in an attempt to “hijack” Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox has revealed the UK has signed one of the 36 trade deals required to have the same trading arrangements post Brexit.
Downing Street has hit out at moves by rebel MPs to rewrite the Commons rule book in an attempt to derail Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.
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.
Jean-Claude Juncker has called on the United Kingdom to “get your act together” over Brexit, branding some Britons “entirely unreasonable” for expecting Brussels to put forward a solution.
The chances of Britain leaving the European Union will be little more than “50-50” if Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement is rejected by MPs, Cabinet Brexiteer Liam Fox has said.
Theresa May’s hopes of winning backing for her Brexit deal have suffered a fresh blow as universities and science minister Sam Gyimah announced he was quitting.
Theresa May has accused Labour of planning a “betrayal of the British people” by voting down her Brexit deal and pushing the country towards a no-deal departure from the EU.
A no-deal Brexit would not be a disaster, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has insisted.
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".