The John Lewis Partnership has warned the hit from a no-deal Brexit would be “significant” and impossible to offset as it tumbled to its first ever half-year loss.
Ireland’s Finance Minister has confirmed that he will prepare the State’s budget for a no-deal Brexit.
Defra Secretary Theresa Villiers failed to give details of any no-deal Brexit agricultural intervention schemes, but said the UK Government is ready to act swiftly if sector support is needed.
The leader of Ireland’s main opposition party has said the Irish Government should look closely at a Northern Ireland-only backstop.
Checks on the Irish border will depend on the decisions made by the British Government in the coming weeks, Ireland’s Finance Minister has said.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said the worst case hit to the economy of a no-deal Brexit is now “less severe” thanks to preparations made since the end of last year.
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted he is ready to fight a general election after concerns a move to trigger a poll by Boris Johnson could be a ploy to force through a no-deal Brexit.
Downing Street has warned MPs that it would be “entirely unreasonable” for them to attempt to “bind the hands” of the Prime Minister as he seeks to negotiate a new Brexit deal.
Boris Johnson is “goading” some Tory MPs to rebel so he can force a snap general election having purged opponents of a no-deal Brexit from the party, David Gauke has alleged.
Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current premier in court.
The head of Ireland’s road haulage association has called for “calm heads” in the coming weeks amid the possibility of a no-deal Brexit.
Boris Johnson has warned of “lasting damage” if Brexit is delayed, as former prime minister Sir John Major said he would fight the current PM in court.
Organisers are hoping “hundreds of thousands” of people will take part in disruptive protests across Britain this weekend in response to the Prime Minister’s plan to prorogue Parliament.
Former prime minister Sir John Major intends to fight Boris Johnson in the courts over his plan to suspend Parliament.
Opponents of Boris Johnson’s Brexit strategy appear increasingly confident of finding a way to block a no-deal withdrawal from the European Union on October 31.
Ruth Davidson is expected to quit as Scottish Conservative leader today, amid growing frustration over Boris Johnson’s approach to Brexit.
Ireland’s European Affairs minister has denied that the current Brexit deal is dead.
Online shoppers in Ireland could face extra charges when ordering from retailers based in the UK in a no-deal Brexit.
Opposition parties have agreed to meet next week to discuss plans to block a no-deal Brexit in Parliament.
Northern Ireland’s political leaders have clashed over Boris Johnson’s claim that the backstop will damage the peace process.
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has increased pressure on Jeremy Corbyn to work with the Liberal Democrats to prevent an “undemocratic and disastrous” no-deal Brexit under Boris Johnson.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd has said she will urge Boris Johnson not to suspend Parliament in order to force through a no-deal Brexit against the will of MPs.
No-deal Brexit would be an “absolute disaster”, and proroguing Parliament would be a “huge mistake”, a minister has warned.
Jeremy Corbyn has written to the Cabinet Secretary, asking him to clarify Whitehall’s general election rules.
A cross-party group of politicians has launched legal action attempting to stop Boris Johnson forcing through a no-deal Brexit by suspending Parliament.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will call for a vote of no confidence in the Government this autumn in an attempt to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has issued a fresh warning to rebel Tory MPs that they cannot stop Boris Johnson taking Britain out of the EU in a no-deal Brexit.
Shoppers and motorists will face higher prices, and a “substantial number” of firms could find they can no longer compete in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Mark Carney has said.
A no-deal Brexit could trigger “consumer panic”, food shortages and an increased security threat within a fortnight, according to a leaked Government document.
A £2.1 billion funding boost for no-deal Brexit preparations is part of the Government’s plan to show Brussels that it will not be “business as usual” in dealing with the UK.
More than £2 billion has been set aside to prepare for a no-deal Brexit, as Boris Johnson prepares to chair his first exit strategy meeting.
Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has held her first Brexit roundtable with company bosses, including the no deal-supporting founder of the Wetherspoon pub chain.