Theresa May has struck a conciliatory tone with MPs as she sought to repair the damage done by her Downing Street statement on Brexit.
Lorry drivers are “mystified” as to why no-deal Brexit plans have been brought in so early, branding the idea “inflexible” and “outdated”.
Prime Minister Theresa May has acknowledged that there is not enough support in the House of Commons for her to bring back her Brexit deal for a third “meaningful vote”.
The Scottish Government will propose a series of reforms to devolution shortly – though Constitutional Relations Secretary Mike Russell has insisted independence is the only way to become a “modern state”.
The European Commission has published advice on travelling between the UK and the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit. Here is what will change.
Irish leader Leo Varadkar has refused to discuss any potential delays at the border in the event of a no-deal Brexit, following a warning by the European Commission.
The clock is ticking towards a “nightmare scenario” of a hard border re-emerging on the island of Ireland, a residents’ group has warned.
The House of Commons is to debate a motion tabled by Theresa May under the terms of an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Act forced on her by MPs.
A no-deal Brexit on April 12 is becoming “increasingly likely”, the European Commission has warned.
Theresa May’s future as Prime Minister continues to come under the spotlight ahead of another key week in Westminster. So what can we expect during the coming days?
MPs will debate an amendable Government motion on the Brexit deal on Monday, where they will have the chance to put their favoured outcomes to a vote.