Fresh Brexit talks have been scheduled for early next week as Theresa May heads towards another Commons showdown on her EU withdrawal stance.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay’s Brussels talks have been hailed by the Government as “productive” after European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker delivered a pessimistic take on the EU withdrawal situation.
Theresa May could be propped up by the Independent Group if she agrees to a second Brexit referendum, one of the breakaway MPs said.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has said he is “not very optimistic” that a no-deal Brexit can be avoided.
A third of the Cabinet could walk out if Theresa May steers the country towards a no-deal Brexit, former Conservative Sarah Wollaston claimed amid speculation that more MPs could follow her to the new Independent Group.
Three Tory MPs have quit the party to join the new breakaway group claiming Theresa May’s “dismal failure” to stand up to hardline Brexiteers had pushed them out.
Eleven MPs – formerly on both Conservative and Labour benches – have joined the newly formed Independent Group in the past week.
Both Labour and the Conservatives are braced for further walkouts as the creation of a new independent grouping of MPs continues to rip through the political landscape.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay is holding EU withdrawal talks in Brussels as both sides signalled they are in a race against time to cut a workable deal.
Theresa May and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said they are “seized of the tight timescale” facing them after holding “constructive” Brexit talks.
Theresa May will be met with a 132-square-metre reminder she supported Remain on her visit to Brussels on Wednesday evening after a British activist group paid for a huge advertisement in the city centre.
The departing Conservatives have been told they are making “a big mistake” by their former colleagues, as MPs from across the house have reacted to their decision to join the Independent Group.
Theresa May warned people’s jobs and futures are in the hands of every MP as she faced fresh demands to stop a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May will return to Brussels to seek the legal assurances on the Brexit backstop she believes will be enough to secure Parliamentary approval for her deal.
Theresa May is returning to Brussels to seek legal assurances on the Brexit backstop, amid signs she has persuaded key Tory eurosceptics to consider backing her Withdrawal Agreement.
The Only Fools And Horses actor behind Boycie has said Prime Minister Theresa May needs to be more like Del Boy.
Leading Conservative Brexiteers have insisted that their favoured solution to the Brexit backstop remains “alive and kicking” following talks with Theresa May.
The Irish Environment Minister has assured a government committee that they are not anticipating blackouts or power outages on either side of the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May is meeting members of a working group seeking a compromise on the controversial Brexit backstop, amid reports that their favoured proposal may have been taken off the table.
The European Commission has issued a fresh warning that it will not reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement as Theresa May prepared for further talks in Brussels.
The UK intends to leave the EU as planned on March 29 despite Jean-Claude Juncker’s suggestion that Britain could still be in the bloc for May’s European elections, Brexit Minister Lord Callanan has said.
The Prime Minister may not seek to reopen the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement to make changes to the controversial Irish backstop, a Cabinet minister has suggested.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said anyone hoping that EU solidarity with Ireland will falter on the Brexit border backstop is “in for a nasty surprise”.
As the countdown continues to the scheduled date of Brexit on March 29, here is what has been happening over the past week.
Theresa May's latest Brexit defeat in the Commons has no legal force, but it will reverse the modest achievement she achieved two weeks ago when she secured a majority for a negotiating position with the EU.
The Scottish and Welsh governments have called for more clarity to be issued over funding after Britain leaves the European Union.
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.
Disgruntled Twitter users have been sending sarcastic Valentine’s Day messages to the Home Office after an old tweet resurfaced about “sham” marriages.
SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford has said Theresa May is "not fit for office" due to her conduct throughout the Brexit process.
Theresa May faces another showdown with MPs over her Brexit strategy in the Commons today.
It is “a matter for the individual” whether to follow Theresa May’s reported practice of scraping mould off jam rather than binning the whole jar, Downing Street has said.