A trade deal between the UK and European Union is unlikely to be negotiated within two years, alongside Brexit negotiations, a German official has said, while sounding cautiously optimistic over the issue of citizens’ rights.
Video footage has emerged of the transport secretary, Chris Grayling, knocking over a cyclist and sending his bicycle crashing into a lamppost, in an incident that left the rider in a state of shock by the roadside.
A transitional deal with the EU after the article 50 process concludes is “completely inevitable” to avoid losing access to vital European intelligence databases, Nick Clegg has said.
Thousands of cash-strapped schools are set to lose further money from their budgets as a result of the government’s new funding formula unveiled by the education secretary, Justine Greening.
Britain will not have a Brexit plan until February but should be able to complete talks within 18 months and then go through a transitional phase of leaving the EU if necessary, David Davis has said.
Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has said she is tempted to field SNP candidates in England to represent people who “feel disenfranchised”.
Brexit does not need to resemble Nigel Farage’s idea of leaving the European Union, Ukip’s sole MP has said. Douglas Carswell also praised Gina Miller, the woman at the centre of the supreme court case to prevent Theresa May triggering article 50 without parliamentary approval.
Politicians are quick to respond to the report which states it simply does not pay to work for many British families.
In the Labour leadership election non Labour members can pay £3 as supporters to vote for the party's leader. In reality it's a bad idea.
The white paper setting out the government’s plans for schools in England has caused a stir – and not just from the usual suspects.
Nick Clegg, one of the most senior pro-European MPs in the Commons, has said there will be uproar if parliament is not allowed to vote on how Brexit talks are approached and the terms of any deal to leave the EU.
The good folk of Lewes on the south coast of England have roasted many famous foes on Bonfire night in the past.
Jeremy Corbyn has been told that Labour “is a broad church, not a religious cult” in response to reports that the party leader is planning to remove more centrist members of his shadow cabinet.
George Osborne has denied that David Cameron’s decision to allow government ministers to campaign for either side in the EU referendum represents a change of position.
Children of primary school age are to be the focus of an anti-obesity strategy to be unveiled this autumn, David Cameron has disclosed.
Britain and the EU appear more bitterly divided over Brexit than at any time since the referendum, with European leaders ramping up their rhetoric after Theresa May signalled she would seek a clean break with the bloc.
David Cameron’s hopes of parachuting senior Tory Andrew Lansley into a top UN humanitarian role have hit snags amid an increasingly bitter “jobs for cronies” row that threatens to impact on Britain’s diplomatic standing.