Nicola Sturgeon is to unveil a four-point plan for building stronger independent Scottish trade links with the EU in a further challenge to Theresa May’s Brexit strategy.
Theresa May has told the head of the NHS that it will get no extra money despite rapidly escalating problems that led to warnings this week that hospitals are close to breaking point.
John Swinney, Scotland’s deputy first minister, has promised that EU students will still receive free tuition at Scottish universities after Brexit, at a potential cost of £300m.
Theresa May’s key committee focusing on the Brexit process has double the proportion of pro-leave ministers than the full cabinet, according to reports.
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The UK faces the stark choice of either a hard Brexit or no Brexit, the president of the European council has said – the first time he has taken such a clear line on the likely outcome of the UK’s exit talks.
The government does not have legal authority to use royal prerogative powers to trigger Brexit without parliamentary approval, the high court has been told.
Nicola Sturgeon is to publish a draft bill next week calling for a second Scottish independence referendum in a direct challenge to Theresa May’s hardline stance on Britain leaving the EU.
David Davis has confirmed that the government may have to wait until January for a supreme court ruling on whether it can press ahead with the formal process of exiting the EU without a parliamentary vote.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton encouraged her supporters and challenged them to continue their work as she delivered her concession speech Wednesday morning.
Tony Blair has received a predictably dismissive government response to his call for remain voters to organise their opposition to Brexit, with No 10 saying there would be no second referendum.
The electorate was unkind to Nick Clegg’s party, reducing them to just eight MPs, but in years to come how will Clegg be judged?
Nigel Farage’s party got an impressive 13% of the vote last month but failed to get even 2% in Scotland. Why?
The two rivals for the Labour leadership have set out their positions on the opening weekend of their campaigns, with the rhetoric of both men suggesting that it will be a bloody fight.
Theresa May has been accused of displaying the “arrogance of a Tudor monarch” over her reported intention to deny a parliamentary vote on Brexit before beginning the process of pulling the UK out of the European Union.
Theresa May has signalled that she will use the Brexit vote as a mandate to break decisively with David Cameron’s brand of Conservatism, pledging to intervene on behalf of working class voters and crack down on immigration.
The work and pensions secretary, Damian Green, has said the government’s benefits cap, which will be lowered from Monday, costing almost 90,000 of Britain’s poorest families more than £2,000 a year, is a “real success”.
The mayor of London is to warn the government that its “hard-headed, hard-nosed, hard Brexit approach” is reckless and will cause the loss of millions of jobs, not just in the financial district but across the UK.
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"I'm not looking to go back and go through this," the president-elect told The New York Times.
Kevin Prunty is executive head teacher at Cranford community college, a high-achieving school in Hounslow, west London. His pupils are ambitious and successful, but many come from disadvantaged backgrounds.