The parliamentary petition’s website crashed at the end of last week under the sheer weight of people wanting to sign up to revoke Article 50.
Brexhausted and brexasperated: We ask people across the country for their opinion on the chaos surrounding EU departure
From the Scot in Spain to the Czech in Scotland, from the farmer to the businesswoman to the historian, from the Leaver to the Remainer, we asked them all.
A criminal investigation into spending by pro-Brexit groups during the referendum campaign is live and ongoing, police said yesterday.
Brexit: Up to one million marchers vote with their feet as more pressure and humiliation is piled on embattled PM
Up to one million people marched to the Houses of Parliament yesterday to demand the public have a final say over Brexit as pressure on Theresa May mounted.
Theresa May is preparing for another tumultuous week as MPs say her authority is draining away day by the day.
A secret UK Government dossier has revealed at least three months of chaos is expected in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Nicola Sturgeon has said she will set out her plans for a second Scottish independence referendum after “this phase of the Brexit negotiations”.
Petition calling for Article 50 to be revoked and the UK to remain in the EU tops 750,000 signatures
A petition calling for Article 50 to be revoked and the UK to stay in the European Union has garnered over 750,000 signatures.
European Council president Donald Tusk has said a "short extension" to Article 50 should be possible "conditional" upon a positive vote in the UK Parliament.
Prime Minister Theresa May has requested a three-month delay to Brexit, postponing the UK's departure from the European Union from March 29 to June 30.
Theresa May is seeking a short Brexit delay amid suggestions of a Tory backlash if the Government requested a longer extension of EU membership.