More than 120 MPs have signed a letter demanding that David Davis publish secret advice his department is gathering on the damaging effects of Brexit on jobs and living standards.
On paper, Dudley Curtis ticks all the boxes for Belgian nationality: a fluent French speaker, the British national has lived in Brussels for 13 years and never been out of work. Yet a one-week gap between jobs was enough for authorities to reject his application for Belgian citizenship.
Speaking to reporters, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders argued that two very different statements are actually the same.
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Theresa May’s price cap on energy bills would be a backward step that hits competition, deters new companies and hurts consumers, the head of one of the country’s biggest energy firms has warned.
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Donald Tusk has said Brussels is not working on a "no deal" option - but indicated that it could be open to suggestions if sufficient progress still hasn't been made by the end of the year.
The Conservatives can never again win a strong majority while the party is “so tarnished and so misrepresented”, a former minister has said, calling for the party to undergo a radical rebranding.
“Brexit is not a game,” the EU’s chief negotiator has said, as he emerged from a lunch with the UK’s Brexit secretary, David Davis, in Brussels on the second day of the fifth round of negotiations.
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It’s time for the people of Catalonia to have a say over their future.
Nicola Sturgeon has pledged to set up a state-owned energy company in Scotland to offer cheaper power to homeowners, as she seeks to restore her battered party’s confidence.
At the end of September, the right-wing AfD became Germany’s third largest party. The populist Freedom Party (FPO) on are on track to coming second in next week’s Austrian legislative election.
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The registration of 3 million EU nationals in Britain will begin by the end of next year with the “default position” of the Home Office to accept applications, the home secretary has told MPs.
Same time, same place, same speech. The humiliation is now almost complete. Five times David Davis has come back to the Commons to report on the progress of his talks with Michel Barnier, and on each occasion the Brexit secretary has had little to say.
Theresa May could face significant defeats over Brexit as Tory rebels agree to coalesce around amendments to give MPs a binding vote on the final deal and to delay Britain’s exit from the EU if a transition period is not agreed.