The speed of post-Brexit trade negotiations is impossible to predict, Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said.
Scottish MEP Louis Stedman-Bryce has quit the Brexit Party, condemning them for selecting an election candidate who has written homophobic Facebook posts.
Sunday proved to be a quiet day on the election trail, with many leading figures turning to TV appearances to get their party message across.
When Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn go head-to-head on TV this week, it will be the first time in four years the Conservative and Labour leaders have debated on-screen.
Jeremy Corbyn has remained tight-lipped about the contents of his party’s General Election manifesto but has insisted migration into Britain is vital to maintain the economy.
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One of the SNP’s greatest tricks has been to persuade a growing number of people that Scottish independence is now somehow inevitable. Polls show that the number of Scots who think the nation will split from the UK within the next five years has risen at the same time as those who believe the opposite has dropped.
Boris Johnson has said that all Tory parliamentary candidates have vowed to vote for his Brexit deal if he wins a majority at the General Election.
The next UK government must make sure the immigration system recognises Scotland’s “demographic challenges”, small business leaders have said.
Most members of the public back Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn when it comes to billionaires, a poll suggests.
The incoming president of the European Council has said the EU stands ready to negotiate a trade deal once Brexit happens.
It is crucial to have tariff and quota-free trade between Ireland and Britain after Brexit, Leo Varadkar has said.